Tracking Your Outreach Impact

Posted on August 13, 2013 by HandsOn Tech in SCSC2013

Thanks to Nicole Moga and Terry Doloughty from CTAC for presenting at Steel City Solutions 2013. You can see their presentation slides here: Tracking Your Outreach Impact

 

Terry Doloughty
  //      //  Community Development Specialist @ CTAC
Technology Track, Measuring Your Outreach Impact

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Terry’s volunteer efforts began in the early 1980s, establishing and maintaining community gardens in Pittsburgh’s Polish Hill neighborhood. Since those days his volunteer work has touched many communities in Pittsburgh. Most notably, Terry served multiple consecutive terms as the President of the Polish Hill Civic Association where his leadership and passion for community development helped Polish Hill become one of Pittsburgh’s most creative communities.

Terry’s day job for over 20 years was managing a small business where he amassed a depth of business experience (and plumbing expertise) to complement his service to the community. As he joins CTAC in 2012, Terry’s quests for sharing knowledge and helping others organize continues. As a graduate of the CTAC Core Series in 2007, he has returned to help others learn and benefit from CTAC workshops so they can grow their communities as well. Terry works directly with CTAC clients in their neighborhoods, sharing resources and know-how to help them achieve their goals.

Nicole Moga
  //      //  Community Development Specialist @ CTAC
Technology Track, Measuring Your Outreach Impact

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Nicole specializes in communications and marketing for community-based organizations. Prior to joining CTAC in 2012, she worked as Community Development Coordinator for Troy Hill Citizens where she advanced existing programs and created new initiatives including community planning, vacant land assessments, public art installations, cooperative gardening, street tree revitalization and a web presence revival including new social media tools and an e-newsletter. She has grassroots experience in managing a small nonprofit and developing the Board of Directors that governs it.

At CTAC, she launched a new website and put in place many new tools, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google for Nonprofits, MailChimp and PittsburghGives. She is a certified Tree Tender and she has supported events as a volunteer for Attack Theater, Bike Pittsburgh and the recent Deutschtown Music Festival. Nicole graduated from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh with a B.A.S. in Graphic Design in 2004. She views every community development issue with an innovative and creative style that works with limited resources.

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