FORA.tv Speaker - Marnie Webb

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Biography

Marnie Webb is the Vice-President of Knowledge Services of CompuMentor. She manages 25 technology activists tackling systemic nonprofit technology issues. Webb works with her team to orchestrate a series of goal-oriented community-wide engagements that help nonprofits, technology consultants, and mentors engage with one another, solve systemic technology problems, and build technology capacity. Marnie is also driving a CompuMentor project to understand how weblogs and related technologies can be used by individual organizations and by the nonprofit sector to promote social change. She blogs on technology, serendipity, and social change at ext337. Marnie is one of the founding members of the Nonprofit Emerging Technology Exchange and an organizer of the NPTech tagging experiment. She is also a frequent speaker on topics involving nonprofits and technology.

2 Programs

Enacting Change: Philanthropy and Internet Technology

05.28.08 | 00:59:29 min | 0 comments

Grassroots Marketing - NetSquared 2006

05.30.06 | 00:55:16 min | 3 comments