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Better Collaboration, Bigger Impact: How to Manage Work from Anywhere with Asana
Many nonprofits struggle with collaboration and coordination. Paired with the recent shift to remote work, it's making already stressful situations feel dire. Tight collaboration is more critical now than ever before as nonprofits try to achieve their missions, provide relief, and support their communities while grappling with an abnormal situation on top of it all.

Luckily, nonprofits can harness technology to unlock the power of their teams in pursuit of advancing their missions — no matter where those teams may carry out their work. From coordinating content creation for digital marketing channels to generating more development pipeline and increasing engagement with donors, Asana can help nonprofits get more mission critical work done. How? We'll show you.

In this webinar on July 23, 2020 at 11am PT, you'll hear how Young Survival Coalition and Stand.earth are using Asana, a work and project management platform, to better plan, manage, and execute the critical work they do. You'll see a demo of how Asana can improve your organization's collaboration at HQ, in the field, and everywhere in between. There will also be time for a live Q&A to go even more in-depth.

Jul 23, 2020 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Mary Atwater
Digital Media Manager @Young Survival Coalition (YSC)
Mary is the Digital Media Manager for Young Survival Coalition, an organization dedicated to the critical issues unique to young adults affected by breast cancer. After spending time in the hospitality and for-profit industries, she shifted focus to use her marketing knowledge to build out YSC's work in the digital space. She manages all communication campaigns and marketing projects for YSC, monitors engagement across all social and digital platforms, and oversees the maintenance of YSC's website, which is the primary platform for disseminating YSC resources to young adults affected by breast cancer.
Danny Mendoza
Founder and CEO @Together We Rise
Danny Mendoza is the Founder and CEO of Together We Rise, a non-profit organization that focuses on transforming the way children and teens experience the foster care system. His passion to make an impact in the foster community was sparked in 2008 when his 9 year old cousin was living in a car. Now, over 12 years later, Danny has led his organization toward impacting over 400,000 foster youth in the United States through various programs and experiences. In 2019 Danny founded Techether, a technology arm of Together We Rise, which aims to offer simplified communication applications for social workers and the families they serve. Danny has been recognized as a social innovator and a voice for children in foster care.
Michael Armstrong
Nonprofit Program Manager @Asana
Michael is a Nonprofit Program Manager at Asana, a leading work management platform for teams. Michael’s work at Asana has spanned global operations, nonprofit solutions development, community establishment, partner relations, and the creation of the Asana Advisors (a pro-bono skills based employee volunteering program). Prior to Asana, Michael was as a teacher and co-founded a sustainable travel company in Montreal, Canada.