Wednesday, April 1st
12 PM ET / 9 AM PT
Whether you work remotely 100% of the time or find yourself navigating this situation for the very first time, working at a physical distance can pose a unique set of challenges.
We’ll first walk through some basics to get you oriented within Slack, and then quickly introduce best practices tailored to remote work situations. We’ll highlight specific tactics within Slack that you can put into practice right away, or bring back to your team.
Note: Slack is free for nonprofits with 250 or fewer staff, through the Slack for Nonprofits program.
You should attend if:
- You’re trying to set up virtual communications for your organization
- You need a space where your constituents can chat with your team or with each other
You want creative ideas to keep you (and your team) positive & connected while virtual
Meet the Instructors
Maddy Cimino is a program manager on the Slack for Good team, the philanthropic arm of Slack. With Slack for Good being a 2-person team, Maddy wears many hats — from global employee engagement to grantmaking to program development and more. Maddy is also an avid hiker, book lover, and citizen teacher at Westlake Middle School in Oakland, CA.
Julia Kapoor is an Account Executive at Slack, where she educates new customers on the value of their service. Prior to her role at Slack, Julia worked on the Strategic Partnerships team at Catchafire. In her free time, she leads the Slack for Good NYC committee, and serves on the Young Executives Board at iMentor