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Allyson Kapin 7 min read

Nonprofits and Politicos Takes SXSW 2010 By Storm

The nonprofit and political campaign world has cooked up several thought-provoking panels for the 2010 SXSW Interactive Festival. Don't worry, you won't have to sift through over 2200 entries on every interactive topic under the sun to find the the top-notch nonprofit/political based panels because Frogloop did it for you. Take a look at the list below. Vote for the one’s that you would like to see at SXSW.

How We're Turning Outdoor Passion into Online Activism
Jenny Coyle, Sierra Club

Evolution, Creation and Extinction (of the organization)
Ted Fickes, The Wilderness Society

Non-Profits and Social Media: Not the Usual Suspects
David Neff, American Heart Association

SMS And Social Change: Lessons From Senegal
Terra Weikel, UNICEF

The New Mainstream - Journalists Redefining Their Industry
Gina Cooper, Cooper Strategies

Digital Protests: Social Media as Activism
Ramya Raghavan, YouTube

Advanced Brand Monitoring: Let the Haters Hate
Carie Lewis, The Humane Society of the United States

Learning from Obama: Politician as (Online) Rock Star
Colin Delany, E-Politics

Not Just for Obama: New Media Gets Local
Julie Blitzer, Advomatic

Crowd Sourcing Innovative Social Change
Beth Kanter, Beth’s Blog

Bumpin Up: Has the Glass Ceiling Ever Smacked You in the Butt
Allyson Kapin, Rad Campaign and Women Who Tech

Social Media, Social Capital: Boot Camp
Susan Mernit, Deanna Zandt

The Netroots After The Obama Victory
Amanda Marcotte, Pandagon.net

The Real Housewives of Social Media
Jordan Viator, Convio

Social Media Women of Color
Shireen Mitchell, Digital Sistas

Yoga for Social Networkers: Striking the Right Pose
Amadie Hart, Beaconfire

Will Kiva Kill your non profit? Donations 2.0
Shiloh Stark, Jo Miles and Michael Cervino of Beaconfire

Beyond Tokenism: How Social Media Can Fix S***         
Cheryl Contee of Fission Strategy and Deanna Zandt, Consultant

Can Double-Clicking Change the World? Slacktivism 101
Eve Simon and Ali Cherry of Beaconfire

Service 2.0: Evaluating Next-Gen Volunteer Opportunity Platforms
Echo Ditto

Competition! Innovation! Change: Examining Competitions For Social Change
Amy Sample Ward, NetSquared

Hidden Stories, Revealing Maps
Echo Ditto

Can Social Media Change Global Consciousness?
Amy Sample Ward, NetSquared

Breaking the All-Male Tech Conference Club
Tracy Viselli, Reno Fabulous Media

Web-Thinking: Converting Your Organization From Dinosaur To Ninja
Echo Ditto

Not the Silent Majority: Women in Politics Online
Sarah Granger, WomenCount

With vs. For: Why Gen Y wants to work “with” you, not “for” you
Nisha Chittal, New Media Strategies

The Internet Never Sleeps: Managing Social Media Campaigns

Echo Ditto

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Allyson Kapin

Allyson has been named one of "Top Tech Titans" by the Washingtonian, one of the Most Influential Women In Tech by Fast Company, and one of the top 30 women entrepreneurs to follow on Twitter by Forbes for her leadership role in technology and social media. As Founding Partner of Rad Campaign, she leads the firm's client and online strategic services. For over a decade Allyson has helped non-profit organizations and political campaigns create dynamic and award-winning websites and online marketing and recruitment campaigns. She works side-by-side with her clients to meet their web needs and maximize their online effectiveness to create real world impact.