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Janice Chan

Janice Chan
Janice Chan is always wondering how we could do this better. Towards this, she has spent 11+ years in the nonprofit sector organizing information and its flow across teams for better user experiences and more efficient operations. She has worn hats in data management, volunteer management, marketing and communications, grant writing, curriculum development, program management, technical training, change management, and project management. Janice is also a proud alumna of St. Mary’s College of Maryland and AmeriCorps*VISTA. You can find her on Twitter @curiositybone.
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Swiping vs. Clicking: Why Won't our Website Visitors Respond to our Calls to Action?

Posted by Janice Chan on Oct 10, 2018 2:59:20 PM

Trying to figure out why people do something is typically easier than figuring out why they’re not doing something.  Still, it doesn’t mean it can’t be done – it will simply require a bit more work.

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Topics: Technology, Tips/Tricks, Web Development

3 Strategies To Leverage Technology Creatively In Raising Money

Posted by Janice Chan on Sep 26, 2018 3:07:41 PM

When you don’t have the resources of a large organization behind you, being creative and adapting quickly is even more critical to making the most of what you have.  

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Topics: Fundraising, Tips/Tricks, Technology, Creativity, The Modern Nonprofit

3 Low Cost Strategies For Capturing Compelling Stories

Posted by Janice Chan on Aug 28, 2018 6:00:44 PM

Whether you are a fundraiser, social media manager, or freelance writer or graphic designer on a communications team, if you're sharing or creating content for a nonprofit organization, you're always looking for the next great story to share. Yet it often seems to be a struggle in many organizations to get great stories (and images!) to share with your supporters.

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Topics: Tips/Tricks, Collaboration, Nonprofit Storytelling

 

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