Are you utilizing technology effectively in your organization? Do you have outdated tech that needs to be replaced? How is that 3-year “Lifecycle Replacement Plan” working for you? There are several resources for non-profits to purchase affordable, new technology and also find purpose for what they already have! Together, let’s write a sustainable technology plan for your organization!
Rebecca Beck, Twitter: @IfItHasButtons
Partnership for Children of Cumberland County
Rebecca, a native of Fayetteville, North Carolina, is a technology professional, training facilitator and leader in the public sector. She began her career with the Partnership for Children of Cumberland County in 2000. Her strengths include; technology infrastructure planning and development, organizational leadership and social media strategy. Most recently, Rebecca has hosted speaking engagements on technical and business topics at the NC Tech4Good Conference, as well as, the National Smart Start Conference, held annually in North Carolina for the enrichment of non-profit, early education professionals. As an active member of the local community, Rebecca has received Citizen’s Academy certificates from Cumberland County and the City of Fayetteville. She upholds her commitment to serving her local community by participating in municipal boards and through volunteer work with other human service organizations. Rebecca shares advice on a variety of technology topics via Twitter and her blog, IfItHasButtons. Rebecca also supports the non-profit technology community by leading NetSquared of Fayetteville, the local chapter of the nationwide NTEN (Non-Profit Technology Network) Community. In her free time, Rebecca enjoys attending statewide festivals and events, shopping at the local farmer’s market, and visiting the beautiful, North Carolina coastline.