Thanks for stopping by my humble online abode. I try to leave tidbits of what I’m learning about nonprofits, political organizing, and social media (and all of their interesting intersections) here, and I hope you’ll find some useful insights among them. My goal for 2010 is at least two posts per month, but I’m still on a fairly irregular schedule, so I encourage you to sign-up for email updates, add me to your reader, or follow me on Twitter to find out when something interesting might be posted.
Please note all of the opinions expressed on this blog are my own and don’t necessarily reflect the positions of my employer or any organizations I volunteer with or am otherwise associated with. While I may draw on my experiences with these organizations as fodder for discussion, this is a personal blog in no way affiliated with anyone besides me. I am happy to disclose the work I do with various nonprofits & political organizations to provide context on where I’m coming from (for the extensive background, feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn.
I spend my days working for the Massachusetts Council of Human Service Providers, Inc. (Providers’ Council), an association of nonprofit human service agencies, where I get to learn fascinating things about the issues affecting this crucial sector. Some areas of interest to me include nonprofit management, leadership development, workforce issues, public policy, civic engagement, business partnerships, innovation… for starters.
By night I ‘m the communications director for the Young Democrats of Massachusetts where I get to work with lots of inspiring young people who care about the future of our city, Commonwealth, country, and world.
I also hope that we’ll get to converse and share ideas, so please feel free to comment liberally (in all senses) and stay in touch elsewhere on the interwebs…
I welcome your feedback. Thanks again for stopping by.