See You (Virtually) at #21NTC!
We are counting down the days until March 23rd when we can connect with you at #21NTC!
The Forum One team is excited to be a part of the annual Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC), which is taking place online this year. While we will miss meeting everyone in person, we are excited to connect with you virtually. Here are some opportunities to connect and chat with us during #21NTC.
Breakout Session — Tuesday, March 23, 9:45 am – 10:45 am PT
Research shows that the average conversion rate on a website is generally around ~1%, which means that a lot of the hard work that is put into creating good content isn’t resulting in the right amount of user engagement. As nonprofits continue to focus on a more digital approach to doing their work, they are also challenged to try new approaches to better engage their web visitors in real-time. Read the full description.
- Christina Crawley, Managing Director, Marketing, Forum One
- Rachel Roberts, Senior Director, Channel Deployment, Council for Advancement and Support of Education
Breakout Session — Wednesday, March 24, 9:45 am – 10:45 am PT
During these uncertain times, a full website redesign may not be in the cards. So, what can you do now with your current website that will allow you to create and expand your impact? The answer is: quite a lot. From ensuring that your website’s technical infrastructure is up-to-date, to optimizing content and design, there are small yet powerful tweaks and improvements that you can do now that will increase engagement with your website. Read the full description.
- Kurt Voelker, VP Business Strategy and Growth, Forum One
- Corey Jones, Creative Director, Forum One
Workshop — Thursday, March 25, 8:30 am – 9:30 am PT
Many organizations issued Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Statements in 2020 in response to the killing of George Floyd. What does it look like for organizations, leaders, and staff to continue to do the work of addressing systemic inequities in 2021? This workshop will help participants identify the ways that white dominant culture shows up in the workplace, specifically in the tech industry. Read the full description.
- Emma Sheehy, Practice Director, Forum One
- Shilpa Alimchandani, DEI Consultant
If you’d like to set up a time outside of the above sessions, just shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.