Meeting Archive:
What We Learned at CATechFest Sacramento


Meeting Description:
We are hosting the 3rd California Nonprofit Technology Festival in Sacramento on September 19th & 20th, 2013.
 
We are excited to come back together during this webinar to share about what we learned as individuals and what we learned about the network of nonprofit tech practitioners and capacity builders in California. We are also hoping to share stories about what has happened since the event and what plans have been made for the future.
 
Whether you can join us in Sacramento or not, plan to join this webinar.
 
Details
Date: Thu, Oct 3, 2013
Time: 11:00 AM PDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Misty Avila & Jessica Steimer
 Presenter Information
Jessica Steimer
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Training and Support Manager

Jessica comes to Aspiration from South Western Pennsylvania with a background in community and economic development. There she worked on local economy, environment and food system issues in rural communities. She has also worked in economic development and community revitalization related to eco-tourism.

She is passionate about creating healthy, happy communities full of healthy, happy people.

Misty Avila
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Director of Communications and Training

Misty coordinates the expansion of the eAdvocacy Capacity Building Program to nonprofit organizations, especially in the Central Valley of California. In 2009-2010, she participated in Aspiration's eAdvocacy mentoring cohort to build skills in online communications, email newsletters and social media campaigns. During her time in the cohort, she managed the web presence for CANFIT, a statewide nonprofit that improves food and fitness environments for youth in low income communities and communities of color.

Misty has experience training diverse audiences from urban and rural areas throughout the Central Valley, Bay Area and San Diego. With her background in both social justice groundwork and online advocacy, she is excited to be at Aspiration to help bridge barriers that are present between nonprofits and online technology.