If you’re at this conference, you’re a tech champion – or you’re on your way. Join us for a big-picture conversation about what that really means. How will you take what you’ve learned this week back to your office and actually do something with it? What language choices and workplace habits set us up to succeed or to fail as we try to empower our colleagues to be tech champions – or at least tech-comfortable? What does it mean that every organization, large and small, is now expected to have some fluency with technology? Why is change management so daunting, in the nonprofit sector and in others?
Marilyn Cox is the Marketing Principal, focused on Industry Practices, at Oracle, Eloqua. She researches, strategizes, provides guidance and delivers marketing expertise to Eloqua customers by way of embedding industry-specific best practices as an integral part of marketing automation and revenue performance management solutions. She exists to empower and support both sales and the customer. Marilyn is a PMP certified project manager. Marilyn... Read More →
Rebecca Masisak is the CEO of TechSoup Global, an award-winning nonprofit organization and social enterprise, supporting social benefit organizations and initiatives in 80 countries.
Ms. Masisak joined the organization in 2001 to launch and chart the growth of TechSoup Global's technology product donation program in the U.S. and subsequently led its global expansion. As CEO, Ms. Masisak has been instrumental in building and... Read More →
Michael Reardon is Senior Change Management Consultant for Blackbaud with more than 15 years experience in organizational communication, change management, virtual work, and corporate identification. Prior to joining the Blackbaud team, Michael worked as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at the College of Charleston where he was honored with Faculty of the Year awards in 2009-2010 as well as in 2010-2011. He earned his... Read More →