Beyond Zoom: Kumospace and Miro - Tools for Meeting and Connecting

  • 09/16/2021
  • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Zoom Webinar


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Beyond Zoom: Kumospace and Miro - Tools for Meeting and Connecting
September 16, 2021
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm CST

ACN Members Only - Free

Experiencing Zoom fatigue? So are we! Join us on September 16th at 2 pm CT to demo a new virtual meeting platform that the ACN program committee is planning to use this year for some of our virtual events including our upcoming Cafe con Leche event to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month.

Kumospace makes connecting more fun - and we want folks to come check it out with our presenter, Brian Loevner. While in the space, Emily Taylor will demo how to use Miro boards. Come learn other platforms that you or your clients can use, do a little networking and hopefully have some fun, too!

You will be sent a link to the ACN Kumospace after registering. 

Presenter: Brian Loevner, President and Founder of BLVE

Brian (he/him) is a community leader, consultant & producer. His work as a consultant has been in assisting non profits as they make transformational change, building strong teams of professionals, creating systems for success and planning for the future. He was the Managing Producer of The Second City from 2015-2017, managing all theatrical production in Chicago, Toronto and Los Angeles with a yearly budget of over $12 million dollars. From 2004-2013, Brian served as the Managing Director of Chicago Dramatists. As a fundraiser, Brian has raised over $5 million dollars for organizations and productions in the last 10 years. In addition, Brian successfully pitched the MacArthur Foundation, ending in the creation of a program to provide cashflow loans to arts organizations during the 2008 recession. Brian has also produced over 150 theatrical productions with companies such as The Kennedy Center, The Lyric Opera of Chicago, Hubbard Street Dance, LaJolla Playhouse, Woolly Mammoth Theatre, Famous Door Theatre and Timeline Theatre. Representative consulting clients include Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence, Institute for Therapy in the Arts, Teatro Vista, Media Burn Archive, and Collaboraction. He has 3 daughters (two teenagers and a toddler) and lives in Lincoln Square with his wife Sarah, a writer and activist.

Presenter: Emily Taylor, Principal of teenyBIG

Emily Taylor, the principal of teenyBIG, is an expert listener who is passionate about helping nonprofits find better ways to engage the people who matter to them. She guides teams in stepping outside of their day-to-day work in order to create stronger connections with their audiences, turning lackluster followers into enthusiastic supporters.

Emily steers organizations to evaluate the experience of their end-user through strategic listening and engagement mapping. She also designs and facilitates workshops to help teams understand and expand the user experience and offers coaching packages to further guide that process.

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