PANEL: Corporate Community Engagement: How Can Nonprofits build a Corporate Community Engagement Strategy?

The Digital Nonprofit Conference is ready to take you and your organization to the next level of tech success. This year’s line up of presenters includes experts in the tech, nonprofit and private sectors, delivering deep dive discussions on topics ranging from:

  • Capacity planning in the digital world
  • Choosing the right tech tools to suit your organization’s values
  • Cultivating digital talent
  • Digital fundraising & donor engagement
  • Building community engagement strategies with corporate partners

Discover our full line-up of experts in the conference agenda .

Corporate Community Engagement: How Can Nonprofits build a Corporate Community Engagement Strategy?

How to build engaging & sustainable partnerships with the businesses in your community.

Local businesses and nonprofits have a great many reasons to partner up, such strengthening community relationships, creating new business opportunities and building awareness around the needs of great causes. Hear from our panel of experts on what they are doing to connect nonprofits with local businesses and the successful engagement strategies they are using to create wins for all.

Panelists

DESTIN JONES: Head of Community, Change Heroes

Twitter: DestinFall
Destin Jones is a community management and grassroots marketing professional with over 10 years of experience developing innovative and unique community strategies, programs and campaigns. Destin currently spends her days as the Head of Community for local Vancouver startup Change Heroes, and previous to that led community at Hootsuite and then Latergramme. She is a community management instructor at UBC and also volunteers as the Head of Marketing & Partnerships for #SingItFwd, a local fundraising and advocacy campaign focused on youth music education.

More panelists to be announced soon!

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Eli strives to be a connector - the interstitial tissue that holds the muscle of a community together. He's been a volunteer manager, an event organizer and a digital campaigner. Basically he'll take any gig that allows him to enable a group of passionate people to create things they love. Currently he's the NetSquared Community Manager supporting a global volunteer network of 50 monthly meetups for the nonprofit technology sector. Together they hold over 450 events per year.