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The Nonprofit Technology Event of 2024!

Wednesday, July 31, 2024 | 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Gaylord National Hotel & Convention Center
National Harbor, MD

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We’re changing Fundraising with Technology! The best way for a nonprofit to manage their technology stack is to select the right tools, platforms and people that fit their organization's needs and budget.

How technology is implemented efficiently and effectively is what BridgeTECH is all about!

Over the course of 3 days, we will explore ways that enable nonprofit organizations to establish processes, explore the tech product landscape, and consider how to train and find the best people to extract the maximum value from your technology investments. A nonprofit’s technology should be able to provide data on how the organization is progressing, help identify potential areas of improvement, and support the overall growth of the organization. This can be done through established tools like CRM systems or custom software development. Additionally, gaining access to cloud-based services can help organizations leverage the power of virtual collaboration, automation, machine learning and data analysis. Finally, it is important to consider implementing strategies and solutions that will ensure security and privacy of data, protect against cyber threats, and enable the organization to scale as needed.

Learn from industry leaders, fellow trail blazing nonprofits and each other at BridgeTECH.
But wait there’s more! Your education doesn’t stop on Wednesday at BridgeTECH, on Thursday and Friday during the regular Bridge Conference educational sessions, there is a track dedicated to technology AND, you can take advantage of all the other Bridge educational and networking opportunities as well as the Solutions Showcase!

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The 2024 Program will include:

7:30 AM – 4:30 PM Registration
9:00 AM – 10:30 AM Opening General Session with Keynote
Michael Sheldrick, Author & Co-Founder Global Citizen
10:30 AM – 10:45 AM Refreshment Break
10:45 AM – 11:20 AM BridgeTECH Breakouts
  Unveiling the A.I. Toolkit for Fundraising – CJ Orr, President & Partner, Orr Group, Lisa Rice, CEO, National Fair Housing Alliance
  Tech-Powered Giving: Transform Computers and Gaming Communities into Fundraising Forces – Russ Willey, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, myGivmo, Catherine P. Mansfield, Chief Marketing Officer, myGivmo, Lieutenant Colonel Dennis E. Schroader, Sr., Founder, The Price of Freedom Foundation, Marc Almazor, Owner, Make Gaming About Fundraising
  The Fundraiser's Guide to Collaborating with Generative AI – Shawn Olds, Co-CEO & Co-Founder,  boodleAI, Colony Brown, Chief Marketing Officer, Zero Prostate Cancer
  The Power and the Pitfalls of a Sweepstakes – Mo Gallo, Associate Director, Digital Engagement, National Park Foundation Jonathon Skavroneck, Strategy Director, Chong + Koster, Sean Wagan, Digital Account Director, Lautman Maska Neill & Co.
  Data Dynamics: Enhancing Future Fundraising through Event Analytics – Karrie Wozniak, Chief Marketing Officer, OneCause, Mike Wilkinson, Deputy Director of Events, Human Rights Campaign  
  Responsible AI is Everyone’s Responsibility – Nathan Chappell, MBA, MNA, CFRE, Co-Founder, Fundraising.AI, Jon Thompson, Associate Vice President, Philanthropic Strategy & Technology, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
11:25 AM – 12:00 pm BridgeTECH Breakouts
  How Fundraisers Can Save Time and Spur Creativity with AI-Driven Content – Julia Campbell, MPA, Host, Nonprofit Nation Podcast, Josh Hirsch, Senior Strategist, Soukup Strategic Solutions, Inc.
  Your Nonprofit and Technology: Bold Plays for 2024 to Stay Above the Competition – Paul D’Alessando, JD, CFRE, President, High Impact Nonprofit Advisors, Chris Lyons, President/Publisher, NonProfit PRO and NonProfit POWER, Scott Koskoski, Vice President of Philanthropy, St. Thomas University
  How Nonprofits can tell powerful stories using Data Visualization – Mark Leta, Director, Business Analysis & QA, Allegiance Group & Pursuant, Julie Alexis, Vice President, Business Operations and Initiatives, AARP
  Tech-Powered Change: How Fundraising in Black Leverages Tech, AI and DEI through an E-learning Platform for Fundraisers of Color – Kia Croom, MPA, President & CEO, Fundraising in Black, Regina B. Schofield, MBA, Director of Corporate Engagement and Education Outreach, Batelle
  Wounded Warrior Project's Tech Secret to Fundraising Success – Megan Gill, Director of Professional Services, CharityEngine, Paul Zimmerman, Direct Response Senior Monthly Giving Specialist, Wounded Warriors
  To customize or not to customize (or, the pros and cons of fundraising platform customizations versus native usage) – Erick Quijada, Digital Project Manager, The Engage Group, Kaitlyn DeLuise, Digital Fundraising and Engagement Manager, Kids in Need of Defense, Michelle Jiles, Data Manager, Data Strategy & Management Membership Marketing and Development Services, WETA, April Dietrich, Digital Fundraising Manager, WETA
12:00 – 1:15 PM BridgeTECH Lunch & Keynote 12:40 – 1:15 PM
Grady McConnell, Managing Director, Raymond James
1:30 – 2:05 PM BridgeTECH Breakouts
  Empathetic tech: Building Products That Solve Real Problems - Vidya Chadaga, Executive Vice President, Products, RKD Group, Cherian Koshy, Vice President, Product Strategy iWave, Jon Thompson, Children’s Hospital Philadelphia
  1 Digital Audit + 4 eCRM Demonstrations + 2 Years = An Amazing Migration – Lindsey Twombly, Digital Production Director, Lautman Maska Neill & Company, Sara Hogan, Senior Development Manager, Marine Corps Heritage Foundation
  How to leverage texting to encourage giving and cultivate relationships – Mike Cantrell, COO & Managing Partner, Powered by Text, Kendell Stellfox, Executive Director, Kerux Group
  2024 Digital Outlook Report: An Inside Look of what’s around the corner in digital fundraising – Michael W. Johnston, CEO and Founder, hjc, Salvatore Salpietro, Chief Partnership Officer, Fundraise Up
  Setting Up Your Nonprofit's Human Stack: Integrating People and Technology for Impact – Tim Lockie, Founder & CEO, The Human Stack, Jessica Hauser, Executive Director, DBG
  How to Raise More Money Online – Joshua Meyer, VP, Demand Generation, Bloomerang, Kate Kramer, President, The Harrisonburg Police Foundation
2:10 – 2:45 PM BridgeTECH Breakouts
  Impact through Digital Transformation: Salesforce Nonprofit Cloud for Fundraising – Jamie Van Nostrand, Manager, RSM US LLP Bonnie Smith, Supervisor, Nonprofit Relationship Management, RSM US LLP, Cooper Westbrook, Senior Associate, Nonprofit Relationship Management, RSM US LLP Kelly Clark, Chief Development Officer, The Bob Woodruff Foundation
  The Responsive Maturity Model: 5 Digital Steps to Scale Donor Engagement – Erik Tomalis, Chief Evangelist, Virtuous
  Ready, Set, Migrate: Overcoming Tech Transition Hurdles – Simone Carvalho, Principal Consultant, Skeleton Key Strategies, Justin Birdsong, Founder & Principal, Skeleton Key Strategies, Kim Goldsmith-N'Diaye, Chief Development Officer, Orbis International
  Community and Identity in the Digital Age: Nonprofit Strategies for Enhanced Donor Engagement – Debbie Snyder, Vice President, StratusLIVE, Kate Kennedy, Chief Operating Officer, ArtsWave
  Relationships, Retention, and Revenue: The Connection Between Failed Payments and Sustainer Churn – Paul Finley, VP Enterprise Development, FlexPay
2:45 – 3:15 PM Refreshment Break
3:15 – 4:30 PM Closing General Session
5:00 - 6:30 PM Bridge, BridgeTECH, Faith & Fundraising, Welcome Reception! 

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