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A Webinar: Measuring the Networked Nonprofit

If you have not read Beth Kanter and KD Paine's awesome new book Measuring the Networked Nonprofit, then you must check out Care2's webinar on December 4th at 2PM ET led by Beth, Ashley Boyd of MomsRising, and Ryann Miller of Care2.

What you'll learn:

  • How to lead with a networked mindset
  • How to build your organization's capacity to be networked one small step at a time
  • What it means to be data-informed
  • The 7 steps of measurement
  • Lots of useful and practical tips and tools for using measurement for learning and continuous improvement

A little more about the Webinar:

Is your organization producing reliable, measurable data that supports your social media practice?

Funders and board members expect to see results, so networked nonprofits need to focus on metrics that reinforce these online efforts.

Measuring the Networked Nonprofit, co-authored by Beth Kanter and KD Paine, is an entertaining and useful book about the two processes that nonprofits need for success in a networked age: to become networked and measurement.

In this free webinar, Beth Kanter will share ideas and tips from her new book, and will be joined by Ashley Boyd of MomsRising (one of the featured case studies in the book) to share how they put the measurement frameworks described in the book into practice.

Make sure to tune in for "Measuring the Networked Nonprofit" on Tuesday, December 4th at 2pm ET, and learn about how measurement can truly help your nonprofit change the world!

Join us for this Care2 Expert Webinar on TUESDAY DECEMBER 4th at 2PM ET


About the Presenters:

Beth Kanter -- Author, Measuring the Networked Nonprofit 

Named one of the most influential women in technology by Fast Company and one of the BusinessWeek's "Voices of Innovation for Social Media," Beth is the author of Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media for Social Change, a Visiting Scholar at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation (2009-2013), and an internationally recognized speaker and trainer. She is co-author of the highly acclaimed book, The Networked Nonprofit, published by Wiley in 2010, and her blog is one of the longest running nonprofit and social media blogs. 

Ashley Boyd -- Campaign Director, MomsRising
Ashley joined MomsRising soon after it was established in 2006. Currently, she leads MomsRising's multi-state and federal campaigns around health reform. Additionally, she has been active in MomsRising's national and state campaigns for fair pay, paid sick days, paid family leave and breastfeeding promotion. She has over 15 years of experience as a community organizer and community builder in the United States and South Asia. She specializes in the areas of community engagement, deliberation and empowerment. During her career, she has worked with leading social change organizations including the Advocacy Institute, M&R StrategicServices, and AmericaSpeaks. Ashley has a M.A. in Political Communication from the University of Maryland and a B.A. in Communications/Psychology from Willamette University. She lives in Berkeley with her husband and is a mother of two preschool-age children.

Ryann Miller -- Director of Nonprofit Services, Care2
Ryann Miller is director of nonprofit services at Care2, where she helps nonprofits recruit online supporters. Care2 is the largest online community of people making a difference. She is the former managing director of DonorTrends and was a senior fundraising consultant at HJC New Media. Co-author of the Hilborn eNews (formerly Canadian Fundraising and Philanthropy) series Web Jury, and speaker at fundraising conferences, Ryann is an avid traveler, keen reader, and near-obsessive listener of music. That was before the kid and the dog. Now she dreams of spare time. She's inspired by the nonprofits she has the pleasure of working alongside.

Reader Comments (1)

When will the slides & recording of the webinar be available? Also, will Ashley from Moms rising make her spreadsheet that she uses to track results available?
December 5, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMarcy

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