Instagram NonprofitThanks to a partnership with the Public Interest Registry, Heather Mansfield of Nonprofit Tech for Good was able to report live from the Nonprofit Technology Conference (#14NTC) last week in Washington, DC. Empowered with a tablet and smartphone, one of Heather’s first priorities was to reveal the faces and expertise behind some our favorite nonprofit brands. The results are below and what you’ll hear are the responses to the question: “What is your number one piece of nonprofit technology advice for nonprofits?” You can view all videos at

1. Alexandra Bezdikian, Interactive Events and Video Producer

2. Liz Ragland, Content Writer & Non-Profit Marketing
Network for Good

3. Jessica Sotelo, Deputy Director of Online Marketing
World Wildlife Fund

4. Megan Soffer, Marketing Coordinator
Public Interest Registry

5. Susan Tenby, Director of Online Community
Caravan Studios

6. Joleen Ong, Director of Marketing and Publications  Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN)

7. Dan Michel, Digital Marketing Director
Feeding America

8. Debbie Walyus, Web Communications Manager
The Salvation Army

9. Debra Askanase, Director of Outreach
National Brain Tumor Society

10. Ivan Booth, Director

11. Darian Rodriguez Heyman, Co-Founder
Social Media for Nonprofits

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