Webinar: Social Media Solved
Are you waiting for the right time to jump in to social media? Are you already splashing around on Twitter and Facebook? Either way, you'll want to attend our social media webinar for some hot tips and tricks for getting the most out of your social networking. You'll learn why the best Twitter name is your own, how Facebook can get you a job, and why your LinkedIn profile might be the most important thing about you online.
Feel free to submit questions in advance to npowell [at-sign] gmnetwork [dot] org. We'll answer as many as we can to make sure you've got the info you need to become a social butterfly!
New Regional Officers
Please join GMN in welcoming the following volunteers as regional officers:
- Amy Cole, Nuclear Threat Initiative, Inc., Washington DC Regional Chapter Membership Chair
- Renee Steffen, Sisters of St. Joseph Charitable Fund, Ohio Regional Chapter Membership Chair
As a reminder: To find out who your regional officers are, or to find out where leadership positions are still waiting for you to apply, check out our list of 2013 Regional Chapter Officers .
If you are interested in applying for a regional chapter officer position, read the roles & responsibilities and contact Miriam Hankins, Membership and Chapter Services Manager, at mhankins [at-sign] gmnetwork [dot] org or (888) 466-1996 Ext. 1.
Minnesota Regional Chapter | Speed Networking for Grants Managers
Tuesday, March 12, 2013 | 9:00 – 11:00 AM CT | Minneapolis, Minn.
Monday, March 18 – Wednesday, March 20 | St. Petersburg, Fla.
Tuesday, March 5 | 1:00 – 2:00 PM ET | Webinar
- Share Our Strength, Washington, D.C.
- Resource Generation, New York, N.Y.
- Altum, Inc., Bethesda, Md.
- Disability Rights Fund, Boston, Mass.
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New Conference Sessions You Might Have Missed
If you registered early for the 2013 conference, you might have missed a few sessions that were added recently. Take a look at these new session descriptions so you can update your schedule if necessary.
- Design in Philanthropy: Mapping the Present, Imagining the Future
- Strengthening Grantmaking through the Power of Pro Bono
- Conducting a Grant Process Design Review
- Conducting Site Visits from a Grants Management Perspective
Previewing Vendor-Sponsored Sessions
One of the most unique elements of the GMN annual conference is our vendor-sponsored sessions, which give attendees the opportunity to get in-depth details about some of the key products available for grants management through one-on-one interaction with vendors. If you’re already using products, vendor-sponsored sessions are a great resource for learning about new components and functionality. If you’re considering a new product, these sessions offer an up-close-and-personal look at what’s available. And everyone can benefit from the opportunity to meet and talk with vendor representatives, who can provide knowledge you can take back to your organization.
For a preview of some of our vendor-sponsored sessions, check out the GMN conference blog during the week of March 4-8.
Our conference is fast approaching and there's still time to sign up. Take a look at the activity in the Online Community and get excited with your colleagues! Have you checked out the conference blog? If you haven't, check out "Let's Meet in St. Pete" and get ready to have a great conference experience. Already registered? Welcome! Check out the discussions or ask a question in the Conference Attendees Group.
Anyone know of a good source for information on procurement methods?
And while we’re talking money, what are some of the financial assessment tools you use to assess the financial health of your applicants and grantees?
GMN has seen us through Waves of Change and Oceans of Opportunity. What change has had the most impact on your grantmaking?
- Ethics / Regulations