We are delighted to welcome Nancy White as our Spring keynote as we gather to “Tell it on the Mountain” June 6th and 7th at SFU, Burnaby campus. If you aren’t familiar with Nancy and her work, here’s a bit of information about her. Stay tuned for more info about the Spring workshop.
Nancy White treasures her multiple identities as collaborator, connector, facilitator, learner, chocoholic, grandmother, gardener, etc. Her vocations include online interaction designer, facilitator and coach for communities of practice, learning, distributed teams, the generative application of social media, and facilitation of online communities.
Through her consultancy, Full Circle Associates Nancy helps organizations connect through online and offline strategies. She has a special interest in the NGO/NPO sector and has worked extensively in international development. Nancy blogs , teaches, presents and writes on online facilitation and interaction, social architecture and social media . She is co-author with Etienne Wenger and John Smith of “Digital Habitats: stewarding technology for communities.” . Prior to jumping into her solo career, Nancy helped run an internet start up, worked in maternal and child health, and broadcasting, appreciating the diversity and similarities of all these callings.