On March 25th, 2016, Chad Leaman, Director of Development at the Neil Squire Society, was the keynote speaker at the Nonprofit Technology Conference (new window), in San Jose, California (new window). Chad presented three times in total, including:
- Keynote: NPTech Makers of Access: Disabling Digital Divides (new window)
- #AccessibilityRocks: Make Your Social Media More Inclusive Today (new window)
- Here, There, and Everywhere: Distance Volunteer Training (new window)
From the Nonprofit Technology Conference website: The Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) is the nonprofit sector’s signature technology event. We assemble over 2000 of the best and brightest nonprofit professionals from around the world. Together, they collaborate, innovate, and discover new ways to spark change with technology.
About Chad Leaman
Chad Leaman is the Director of Development for the Neil Squire Society. The Neil Squire Society offers technology, computer literacy and employment programming for people with physical disabilities. During his thirteen years at the Neil Squire Society, he has developed numerous programs that are available across Canada. Chad is also a volunteer organizer of NetSquared Vancouver (new window) (NTEN 501 club Vancouver), which holds free workshops and an annual conference for non-profits to better use technology to further their mission statement. He also serves as Vice-Chair for BC Technology for Learning Society (new window), which refurbishes over 7,000 computers a year for schools, non-profits and other at-need populations in BC. He’s a father of young twins which is the source of much joy, sleeplessness and scraped knees.