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Why Cloud for Good Is Excited About Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC22)

The Nonprofit Technology Enterprise Network (NTEN) will be holding its annual Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) on March 23-25, 2022.  Although there were plans to return NTC to an in-person event following the very first virtual NTC in 2021, the decision was made to return again to the virtual realm to ensure public safety.  22NTC will feature over 180 live, interactive, and thought-provoking sessions covering a wide swath of nonprofit subjects, as well as three inspiring keynote speakers: activist and writer Alice Wong, actor and human rights advocate Angelica Ross, and author Saeed Jones.

In addition to the education and inspiration, NTEN is promoting accessibility, equity, and inclusivity like never before with dedicated racial affinity spaces, meditation sessions, and even virtual art galleries and live music.  Attendees are welcomed and encouraged to bring their whole self to the NTC, and NTEN promises to weave a sense of community into session and activity throughout the three-day event.

Where to Find Cloud for Good

Cloud for Good is proud to be a part of 22NTC through providing a unique session tied to the theme of nonprofit programs.  “Your Guide to Program Data Discovery” will be held on Wednesday, March 23, 2022 from 11:15 am – 11:45 am PST and focuses on how technology can help visualize impact in an easy-to-digest fashion.  Many nonprofit organizations know they are making a difference in their unique communities, but do they also know how to showcase that impact?

This session will illustrate how to do just that to grantmakers, board members, donors, and volunteers without spending countless hours building endless spreadsheets and reports.  Hosted by Principal Consultant Benjamin Washam and Senior Data Consultant Francis Scudellari, Cloud for Good’s program session will educate NTC attendees on effective, intuitive methods of showcasing your technology’s impact, regardless of the size or maturity of your organization, allowing you to maximize your impact along the way.

In just thirty minutes, we will identify the “how” and the “why” questions your data is asking, find out how your program data can help you showcase your impact, and teach you how technology can help you visualize that impact.  This session is intended to help benefit the technology goals of nonprofit leaders, program managers, and technology teams or anyone looking to learn new nonprofit skills.

Opportunities for Professional Development

22NTC represents a sterling chance to connect with technology decision-makers and thought leaders from all across the nonprofit sector.  In addition to the interactive sessions and keynote speakers, attendees can expect a participatory online experience that connects attendees togethers, engages with session presenters, and promotes networking opportunities.

The schedule of events will be flexible with all sessions becoming available on-demand following the conclusion of 22NTC so the learning and exploration can continue long after the event ends.  If that weren’t enough incentive, attendees of 22NTC can quality to earn credits toward CFRE, CAE, and NTEN Professional Certificates.

For more information on 22NTC, including how to register, visit

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