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What I'm Saying.

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    View my articles on npENGAGE as a contributor

    Nonprofit Communications

    This week, I am excited to announce that my first two articles were posted on npENGAGE, Blackbaud’s official blog website.

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    The Purpose of this Website… Fulfilled

    Life Events, Nonprofit Communications

    The purpose of my website has rendered itself fulfilled by helping me to find gainful and meaningful employment. I have found a position with Blackbaud serving nonprofit clients to help them achieve their respective fundraising, advocacy, and mission goals.

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    Is Traditional Online Political Advocacy Working?

    General Thoughts, Nonprofit Communications

    Recently, I read an article on the Huffington Post by Jake Brewer entitled, “The Tragedy of Political Advocacy.” This article questions the effectiveness of online political advocacy in reaching the intended recipient, in this case and most often, Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Brewer writes, “[d]espite how good your civic action may have made you […]