Please see the YouTube video we posted of this program, courtesy of Austin Tech Live/Capital Factory. We also recommend the following report courtesy of NTEN and Idealware, "A Consumer's Guide to Low Cost Donor Management Systems." Thanks to Teri for speaking to us - lively discussion and very helpful information - and thanks to Capital Factory for hosting us!
Teri Walker will introduce our Nonprofit Tech Club Austin members to Salesforce and other low-cost/free options for nonprofit organizations that integrate to Salesforce. She will allso discuss why - regardless of the software you use - compatibility for integration is critical to a nonprofit's success and sense of peace and well-being!
Teri enjoys setting up software, integrating systems to talk well to one another, and cleaning-up data. In 2014, she took her passions on the road and created CommonTeri Services to help nonprofits and small business experience how much easier it is to achieve their goals with good software infrastructure.
CommonTeri Services specializes in delivering cloud-based technology solutions and support to nonprofits and small businesses. It is certified and experienced in Salesforce Sales Cloud, Salesforce Community Cloud, Salesforce.org NPSP and QuickBooks Online and many products that integrate with those tools.
Teri enjoys setting up software, integrating systems to talk well to one another, and cleaning-up data. In 2014, she took her passions on the road and created CommonTeri Services to help nonprofits and small business experience how much easier it is to achieve their goals with good software infrastructure.Read More
Prior to founding CommonTeri Services in 2014, Teri worked in both corporate IT and non-profit management including 6 years as Executive Director at Aberg Center for Literacy. She has been a passionate supporter of adult and family literacy ever since. Teri currently serves as the board vice-president of Literacy Texas and the co-leader of the Dallas Salesforce User Group. She is a member of Wilshire Baptist Church and formerly served as the board treasurer for the Association of Welcoming and Affirming Baptists.
When not involved in technology or literacy, Teri enjoys an unpartnered, child-free life and uses her Winnetka Heights home as a makeshift community center where she hosts a weekly Dungeons and Dragons game and too many dinner parties to count. Teri tries to spend quality time with her banjo whenever she can.