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Empowering change for nonprofits and associations

Webinars | 25.06.2019
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Nonprofits and associations often feel like they’re in a David vs Goliath battle—a small team of smart, highly committed individuals facing the daunting task of trying to drive change across large populations.  

Traditionally, limited resources and technology constraints were the major barriers that have held nonprofit organisations from reaching these larger audiences. 

In this webcast, Kineo, along with two of its nonprofit clients—California Academy of Sciences and the International Association of Fire Chiefs—will share some digital learning “slingshots” that these, and other, nonprofit organisations are finding to overcome their limited resources to reach thousands.

Specifically, we’ll discuss the approach and implementation of key digital learning and performance strategies and tactics that these clients embraced to advance their organisation’s respective missions and objectives. Among others, we will cover:

  • Digital storytelling
  • Skill-building at scale
  • Knowledge sharing and social learning


Your speakers are


Ashley Reardon

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Ashley is the Director of Learning Design for Kineo US. She oversees the team of learning designers and content writers, making sure the team is always doing their best to guide clients through in articulating their business needs, translating those into learning goals, and then designing and bringing to life the most effective and engaging learning solution.

Cammy Bean

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Cammy has been collaborating with organisations to design online learning programs since 1996. An active speaker and blogger, Cammy gets fired up about instructional design, avoiding the trap of clicky-clicky bling-bling, and ways to use technology to create real behavior change.

Laura Herszenhorn

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Director of Expanded Learning and Youth Engagement at California Academy of Sciences

Spencer Cheatham

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Program Manager, International Association of Fire Chiefs

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