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5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
5th Annual NTEN Member Reception and NTENny Awards
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  • 1. Welcome to the 5th Annual NTEN Member Reception<br />At the Nonprofit Technology Conference, March 17th, 2011<br />Sponsored by:<br />The Chronicle of Philanthropy<br />
  • 2. 2011 NTENny Awards<br />Unique Awards for this <br />Unique Community<br />
  • 3. Most likely to recruit all their friends (and total strangers) to join NTEN<br />Thomas Negron<br />
  • 4. Most likely to recruit all their friends (and total strangers) to join NTEN<br />Carolyn Appleton<br />
  • 5. Most likely to be tweeting as their pet<br />Carie Lewis<br />
  • 6. Most likely to be found legitimately working at the conference hotel bar<br />Michael Sola<br />
  • 7. Most likely to be MVP for any harebrained event idea NTEN comes up with<br />Farra Trompeter<br />
  • 8. Most likely to fly across the country on a week’s notice to do a presentation for you<br />Kurt Voelker<br />
  • 9. Most likely to start a revolution at your conference<br />Michael Silberman<br />
  • 10. Most likely to start a revolution at your conference<br />Mark Rovner<br />Flickr: sp3ccylad<br />
  • 11. Most likely to do a huge favor for you and then thank you for the opportunity<br />Lauren-Glenn Davitian<br />
  • 12. Most likely to bring their entire network to the NTC<br />Lisa Colton<br />
  • 13. Most likely to bring their entire network to the NTC<br />Barbara Buswell<br />
  • 14. Most likely to organize the technology track for your conference<br />Tracy Kronzak<br />
  • 15. Most likely to be posting helpful information to an NTEN Affinity Group email list right now<br />Keith Berner<br />
  • 16. Most likely to write an awesome article for your newsletter with an hour's notice<br />Steve MacLaughlin<br />
  • 17. Most likely to tell you exactly how to fix the problems you didn't even know you had<br />Martin Dooley<br />
  • 18. Most likely to attend every single NTEN event this year<br />Charlotta Beavers<br />Flickr: shimgray<br />
  • 19. Most likely to change the world with technology:<br />Thank you for being members of NTEN!<br />YOU!<br />

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