Non Profit Group Meeting
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
7:30am - 10:00am
Crowne Plaza - KOP
Members - $29
Guests - $33
Invited guests my register by calling the GPSEG office at 215-393-3144.
Big Data? Small Data? – How to Manage Your Nonprofit’s Data For Better Outcomes
Are you missing opportunities to deepen engagement?
Is your organization losing donors for lack of follow up?
Are you leaving dollars on the table because you don’t adequately track donor activity?
Are you wasting staff time and salaries on sub-optimal, inefficient, or ad hoc systems?
The November Non Profit Subgroup meeting is for you.
Most nonprofits struggle to manage technology much less leverage it to truly transform the nonprofit. In this workshop you will learn:
- The three step process to provide your nonprofit with a strategic technology vision that works.
- How to avoid the 3 most common nonprofit technology mistakes.
- How to obtain, for free, the most innovative and popular relationship management solution to support your donor, volunteer, and a contact management. Note: This is free like a puppy not free like a beer!
- How to supercharge your fundraising and reduce the workload!
Dean Graham is a nationally recognized leader in the nonprofit technology space. As the principal of Wombat Works LLC, Dean is responsible for managing and delivering a diverse array of projects including database, strategic technology planning, application selection, and continuity planning. Dean has worked with both large and small nonprofits throughout the country to help them meet their mission through the use of technology. His focus on providing sustainable and scalable solutions that meet nonprofits’ needs has led to strategic success at dozens of nonprofits.
Dean is a certified Business Continuity Planner and is a Salesforce.com certified administrator, Developer and Sales Cloud Consultant and nonprofit user group leader. He is a sought after speaker for numerous conferences about nonprofit technology including NTen, Dreamforce and a national webinar for TechSoup called Harness the Power of Your Data with CRM. Dean has worked in the nonprofit technology space since 1994 and before founding Wombat Works he was the Senior Manager of Application Services for Tech Impact.
Christine Richman is one of the “accidental administrators” that often spring up in the nonprofit sector, having transitioned from Access data entry to full-on database implementation at her nonprofit, Career Wardrobe. While the beginnings of her Salesforce experience may have been accidental, she soon became adept at developing the structure necessary to serve the needs of the organization. A dedicated member of Salesforce’s Philadelphia Nonprofit User Group and certified administrator, she is happy to support and encourages other “accidental administrators” as they develop and grow their own Salesforce experience.
Christine also finds time to act as an adviser to the Alliance of Career Development Nonprofits and as an implementation consultant for Wombat Works LLC.
Doug Barg is a novice user of Salesforce at Kitchen Cred. After identifying the work that needed doing including donor management, volunteer management and contact relationship management, Doug surveyed the available technology solutions. Doug’s previous experience with Pipeline CRM, Excel, Outlook and Google Contacts left him hungry for a more robust and comprehensive solution. He found a candidate in Salesforce, but one that brings numerous challenges along with all the obvious benefits.
If you’re concerned about maximizing your organization’s fund raising and optimizing volunteer relations, don’t miss this meeting!
7:30 – 8:15 AM Networking, Breakfast, Appreciation by GPSEG President Eric David and Executive Director Diane James
8:15 – 9:15 AM Presentation
9:15 – 9:30 AM Q&A
9:30 – 10:00 AM Networking