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Expand your reach with Flickr and Twitter

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Meeting Description:

On the surface, applications such as Flickr and Twitter may not appear to be online communities; but they can be used by nonprofits to mobilize constituencies, enhance outreach and fundraising activities, and expand reach. This multi-media session includes an expert-led exploration of the above Web 2.0 tools, hands-on advice on how to best implement them for your organization, and a chance for you to ask questions to ensure that you will leave ready to implement what you have learned. A TechSoup Stock representative will present information on how to use the TechSoup website and the process for requesting donated products.

This is the first in a series of free online seminars sponsored by ReadyTalk and designed for any size organization. You should attend if you are interested in using these tools to showcase the work of your organization and reach your constituents in new and dynamic ways. You don’t need extensive time, money or tech skills to get started. Space is limited, so secure your space today!

Date: Mon, Jun 9, 2008
Time: 11:00 AM PDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Kami Griffiths
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Kami Griffiths
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Originally from Minnesota, Kami has worked in Minneapolis, San Francisco, Boston, and New York. Her non-profit background includes working for Global Exchange in San Francisco as a graphic designer, for the City of New York Parks & Recreation where she managed 27 public access computing centers, and more recently joined TechSoup where she holds local and international trainings, delivers online seminars, and conducts interviews for the MaintainIT Project.

Michaela Hackner
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Michaela Hackner is the Director of Online Strategy at World Learning, a US non-profit organization that hosts study abroad, international development degree programs, and international development projects globally. In her former life she was a web developer for the private sector, with a stint in humanitarian aid analysis, and most recently overseas for a year and a half working for a women's micro-finance program in Cambodia and Kenya.