Pearl Jam have been posterboys for a lot of things, but probably not structured web content. Content strategists like to point to NPR’s Create Once, Publish Everywhere (COPE) framework, to large media outlets, sometimes to the U.S. government – but given the breadth of coverage (and budgets) available to those entities, making the move to fully structured content may seem daunting in the nonprofit context. If Pearl Jam can do it, so can you.
If you register for NTEN’s first-ever Leading Change Summit this September (#14LCS), you’ll be asked to choose one of three tracks—Digital Strategy, The Future of Technology, or Impact Leadership—and you’ll spend quite a bit of time with your track-mates at the Summit.
That's why we're doing our best to recruit a remarkable group of facilitators to help shape your experience. Each track will have two Lead Facilitators and several additional Facilitators who will design spaces and lead small group conversations to make sure that every participant has the chance to both learn and share.
Today we want to introduce you to one of them: Peter Campbell, a Facilitator for the Future of Technology track.
Peter Campbell is currently the Chief Information Officer at Legal Services Corporation, America's partner for equal justice. Prior to serving at LSC, Peter spent five years as IT Director at Earthjustice, a non-profit law firm dedicated to defending the earth, and seven years serving as IT Director at Goodwill Industries of San Francisco, San Mateo & Marin Counties, Inc. Peter has been managing technology for non-profits and law firms for over 20 years and has a broad knowledge of systems, email, and the web. In 2003, he won a "Top Technology Innovator" award from InfoWorld for developing a retail reporting system for Goodwill thrift. Peter's focus is on advancing communication, collaboration, and efficiency through creative use of the web and other technology platforms.
If you register for #14LCS and opt for this track, you’ll join Peter, Tracy Kronzak, and Tanya Tarr to share your ideas, receive direct feedback, and reflect deeply about your current work or the plans you and your team hope to tackle.
You can follow Peter on Twitter at @peterscampbell.
And check out the full lineup of #14LCS speakers and facilitators!