[NA-Discuss] NTC 19

Dana Perry dperry at csc-ns.ca
Fri Nov 2 11:14:41 UTC 2018

A former colleague attended a NTEN conference a number of years 
back(Washington DC I think) and highly recommends their conferences.  
Looking at the agenda it seems relevant and perhaps worth being a CROP 


On 2018-11-02 08:07, Glenn McKnight wrote:
> Hi
> We are looking for an alternative  CROP trip  and I suggested we
> consider   NTC 19 which is put on by  NTEN
> This is the largest  conference for  technologists working at  non
> profits in the World
> https://www.nten.org/ntc/program/schedule/
> Here is the  information
> Please provide your  view on one person attending this event
> Glenn McKnight
> NARALO Secretariat
> mcknight.glenn at gmail.com
> http://toronto.ieee.ca/
> IEEE Toronto SIGHT Chair
> glenn.mcknight at ieee.org
> skype  gmcknight
> twitter gmcknight
> 289-830 6259
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