I am often asked if I can offer pro bono assistance to nonprofit organizations that need help aligning their technology strategies with their overall organizational strategies.
The good news is that there are three different events in the near future where I’ll be offering pro bono strategic tech consultations:
- At the Annkissam table, October 29th. (Massachusetts Nonprofit Network Conference & Expo, Sheraton Framingham.) I will also be one of the facilitators at a conference workshop on knowledge management for small nonprofits, along with Mollie Murphy, Kevin Palmer, and Jim Fisk. For more information, please follow this link.
- At the Venture Cafe on November 3rd. (Cambridge Innovation Center, Kendall Square.) The co-hosts of this event are Annkissam, Tech Networks of Boston, and 501Partners. I will be one of 21 nonprofit technology mavens! This event is currently booked to capacity, but you can put yourself on the waiting list by following this link.
- At the Annkissam table, November 17th, (Providers Council Convention & Expo, Boston Marriot Copley Place.) For more information, please follow this link.
When I provide strategic pro bono assistance to nonprofits, it’s on the following basis:
- No charge to the nonprofit organization
- No sales pitches to the nonprofit organization
- No further obligation on the part of the nonprofit organization
If you are a Boston area nonprofit professional in need of strategic technology assistance, then I hope to see you at one or more of these events!
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