Twitter is full of people claiming to be social media experts, but the real experts rarely make a "thing" of it. Which, ironically, can make them harder to find! If you're looking for some awesome people in the nonprofit technology realm (#nptech) to follow and learn from, here are our top suggestions:
5. @farra Farra Trompeter - Vice President at BigDuck, Farra is passionate about nonprofits and shares that passion every day on Twitter with helpful resources and insights. She's always ahead of the curve on new technologies and strategies.
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4. @amyrsward Amy Sample Ward - Simply put, she knows her stuff. She's the membership director for NTEN with years of experience helping nonprofits use social media strategically. She hosts regular, online chats about nonprofit tech topics.
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3. @starfocus Danielle Brigida - If you've been to a nonprofit tech conference anytime in the past five years, chances are, you've seen her speak, and were wowed. Danielle's wisdom runs deep, and she's always experimenting with new and interesting ideas in her job at the National Wildlife Federation.
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2. @johnhaydon John Haydon - If you want to know how to do anything on social media, chances are, John has written a clear, concise how-to on the subject. A consultant and author who often contributes to SocialBrite, John's got lots of knowledge, and he isn't afraid to share.
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Who did we miss? Post your favorite #nptech-ies in the comments!