CTK Guest Blog to Explore Diverse Cross-Section of Non-Profit Technology

Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 14, 2012

Leading outcomes software provider, Community TechKnowledge, Inc., is proud to announce the new CTK Guest Blog, curated by blogger-in-residence and non-profit technology strategist, Deborah Elizabeth Finn.

This new interdisciplinary project explores topics that are close to the heart of CTK’s mission, including nonprofit technology, nonprofit management, best practices, outcomes management, impact assessment, nonprofit advocacy, social media, and mission focus. Inaugural contributors and articles include:

Does Nonprofit Electronic Advocacy Work?

John G. McNutt


School of Public Policy & Administration

University of Delaware

Software to Support Program Evaluation

Laura S. Quinn

Founder and Executive Director


Finding the Strength to Stay On Mission

Robert Egger

President DC Central Kitchen / Campus Kitchens Project

Data Driven Grantmaking: The State of Current Research

Michael C. Gilbert

Principal Consultant, Research Director, Contributing Editor, Instructor

Andie N. Whitley

Research Associate, Contributing Writer

Gilbert Center

Let’s Not Confuse Motion With Progress

Nonprofit Curmudgeon

(Name and affiliation withheld on request)

Circuit Riding Past, Present. . .and Future?

Ian Runeckles

ICT Development Consultant


The Street Value of Outcomes Measurement and Best Practices for Nonprofits

Kathryn Engelhardt-Cronk

President / CEO, Community TechKnowledge

President, CTK Foundation

These and other timely topics will be explored week by week. To visit the CTK Guest Blog, and participate in the discussion, go to http://www.communitytech.net/news.

About Community TechKnowledge, Inc.

CTK non-profit software solutions help organizations manage and report on various types of clients, activities and program data – generating reports on outputs, outcomes, performance and the impact of services and funding on communities.

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