Call for Speakers

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Nonprofit Dreamin is excited to open our Call for Speakers. Yes, we want speakers (that’s you!), but we’re after dynamic exciting content. One of our questions is: what are your ideas to engage a virtual audience?

So now you know we mean business, what are we about and what are we after?

Nonprofit Dreamin is the taking advantage of Covid to bring together the nonprofit & NGO community in a way that’s never been previously attempted in the Salesforce space. Our conference is aimed at those who use Salesforce and want to get the most out of it, whether end users, admins, management/executives and other stakeholders – in both young organizations and the more long-standing ones.

Across 28th and 29th of January 2021 we are going to have two days of workshops, presentations, panel discussions and other spaces to interact, but to make this happen we need you. Do you have sector-specific knowledge or experience to share? Do you have different perspectives that are too easily overlooked? Help us come together, learn from one another and to make us all stronger and better informed.

One of the key considerations is what are the action items that participants will take away. We’re not seeking to cover the same content as other Dreamin events, so make sure your submission uses sector-specific use cases. “How to Use Flow” isn’t great; “How to design a Volunteer Sign Up Journey (using Flow)” is much more likely to be engaging as it weaves real world stories into the technical aspects. Also be aware that our audience comes from a wide variety of backgrounds with different expertise. Our content needs to call to them too!

The Call for Speakers is now open until October 31st. We’re looking forward to hearing from you! 

Want to know more? Apply here! or email content@nonprofitdreamin.org if you have any questions.

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P.S. Want to further improve your chances of selection? Jodi Wagner dishes out some sage wisdom.