• Cryptocurrency that Cares

    I interviewed the top minds in the Bitcoin world about how nonprofits can benefits from this digital currency. Click here to learn more.

  • Writing and Publications

    Digital Strategy, Innovation, Co-Creation, Crowdfunding, Nonprofits, Volunteerism, Advocate Programs and Bitcoin are my passions. I often get to write about them. Click here to read more.

  • Speaking

    I've been keynoting and speaking at a variety of conferences for the last eight years. I'd love to hear more about yours. Click here to learn more.

World Poopin Day? WTF?

World Poopin’ Day (WPD) is a social media event to raise money and awareness for sanitation projecst worldwide. It was conceieved by Aaron Gotwalt, co-founder of CoTweet, to link the concept of “Poopin'” — a reference to the social media phenomenon of sending “poopin” messages through a friend’s Twitter or Facebook account when they’ve left their cell phone unattended — ...

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SXSW and The Future of Nonprofits

Whew! What a week we have coming up! Both Randal and I will be attending SXSW this year and do not one, but three presentations on our book, The Future of Nonprofits! You can find us at the following events. IGNITE Austin on Friday Night SXSW Interactive Saturday Morning SXSW Interactive at the Beacon Lounge on Sunday Afternoon We want ...

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Love Drop for March!

Last month the Love Drop Team raised over $13,000 (and 3 iPads!) to help two little boys with autism receive a service dog. They were beyond touched, and we did this in only 1 month – that’s it. Everyone came together and gave a few bucks each to impact one family’s life. If you were a part of it, THANK ...

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HelpAttack! and the Red Cross

HelpAttack! is an Austin startup (that I work at) that allows people to pledge their online activity – whether it’s Tweets or Facebook updates – to a nonprofit of their choice. For every Tweet you send out, or action you take on Facebook, you can pledge whatever amount you choose (most people pledge a total of about $35 a month) ...

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