The American Red Cross has a message for you: you need to be ready for a disaster. The message is a timely one as Hurricane Sandy is continuing its march through Pennsylvania and New York. To punctuate the point the Eastern Massachusetts chapter of the Red Cross launched a new site last week, SavingZombies.com. The […]
Editor’s note: I’m happy to have Harrison Kratz on the blog again! He is the Founder of the global toy drive, Tweet Drive and the Community Manager for MBA@UNC, one of the top MBA programs online from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Check out his last post here. If there’s any community
Most nonprofit community managers are in their 20s. In many ways this is a result of budget, and that the role is a tactical line job rather than a senior manager’s role. Look at all the negative hooplah from social media experts dismissing Cathryn Sloane’s claim that 25-year olds and younger should lead the profession.
A couple weeks ago, a few friends and I finally made it to our long awaited, first practice run for the zombie apocalypse. Wait… let me backtrack. We’re big fans of the zombie culture. We’ve watched the movies and played the video games. So when we first heard that there was a “zombie run”