Nonprofit Tech Leaders to Learn from College Fund IT Pro
October 1, 2015
Nonprofit professionals nationwide will learn how to grow their careers as well as the best technology practices in the field from Joshua Bekerman, Information and Technology Services Manager for the American Indian College Fund. Bekerman was invited to speak at the Blackbaud Conference for the Philanthropic Community in Austin, Texas October 26-28 for the third consecutive year.
Bekerman will share his expertise on how to develop an information technology career in non-profits beginning as a data entry assistant and growing into a database administrator role. He will also present a live demo and training on Crystal Reports for The Raiser’s Edge that will give beginner users the skills needed to start using the software.
Joshua Bekerman has been managing nonprofit donor databases for more than 16 years. He has helped many nonprofits get the most out of their database, including the American Museum of Natural History, Whitney Museum of American Art, Children’s Tumor Foundation, and Hospital for Special Surgery. He is the founder and organizer of the Colorado Blackbaud Users Group and is the author of a blog about Crystal Reports for The Raiser’s Edge. You can find him on Twitter at @TenTwentyToo.
Bekerman’s sessions are open to all 3,000 people attending The Blackbaud Conference for the Philanthropic Community in Austin, Texas from the U.S., Canada and United Kingdom. The conference covers all aspects of fundraising and philanthropy.