As Project Manager at the Center for Court Innovation, I work with technology and research staff to support, enhance and train users of the Justice Center Application (JCA), an in-house application used at multiple demonstration projects to record client assessments and track compliance with court mandates. We are currently building a Salesforce application which may eventually replace
As Project Manager at the Center for Court Innovation, I work with technology and research staff to support, enhance and train users of the Justice Center Application (JCA), an in-house application used at multiple demonstration projects to record client assessments and track compliance with court mandates. We are currently building a Salesforce application which may eventually replace JCA.
Since 2014, I have been a member of the selection committee for the Nonprofit Excellence Awards. I am a frequent presenter, most recently at the 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference. I regularly blog at nonprofitbridge.com on the intersection of technology, communications & development.
I also actively involved to improve the lives of seniors through volunteer work with Dorot, JASA, SelfHelp Community Services, and SeniorPlanet (initiative of Older Adults Technology Services)
Previously at Jewish Funds for Justice (now Bend the Arc), I managed email, website (Drupal) and social media communications. At the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation, I led a cross-functional team which raised over $15 million in online fundraising revenue and guided the organization through a vendor change, managing the RFP process, preparing a detailed requirements document and handling contract negotiation.
At Cross-Cultural Solutions, a growing international volunteerism organization, I managed multiple website redesigns and implemented search engine optimization techniques which ultimately doubled web driven information requests and drove increased program participation.
I've also consulted with Cathexis Partners, Common Knowledge, Legal Services of the Hudson Valley and Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship.
Specialties: Technology Project Management; Online Communications / Fundraising / Marketing; Training / Presentations; Strong Focus on Customer Service and Usability.
Senior Project Manager @ Oversee the planning, development, implementation and support of an in-house technology platform used at more than 10 courts / projects to enter client assessments and track compliance with court mandates. Supervise two programmers.
Currently managing two Salesforce implementations, one which will eventually replace our home grown product, other which will be used to track contracts, grants and donations for Development and Fiscal.
Recently (2015) completed a website development project for our Tribal Justice team. From July 2011 to Present (4 years 6 months) PMP, Member @ Attend regular meetings of NYC Chapter and other educational events to maintain PMP certification From 2006 to Present (9 years) Member @ Active member of group which meets quarterly in NYC. We critique recent nonprofit website redesigns and exchange tips on content management systems From 2005 to Present (10 years) Member / Conference Session Designer & Panelist @ As a long term member of Nten, I've presented at the annual Nonprofit Technology Conference several times, and have also offered webinars as well as live presentations to NY based 501 Tech Club groups (NYC and Long Island). From 2003 to Present (12 years) Online Systems Manager @ From January 2011 to June 2011 (6 months) Project Manager @ From October 2010 to December 2010 (3 months) Senior Consultant @ From February 2010 to July 2010 (6 months) Consultant @ From October 2009 to December 2009 (3 months) Manager, Online Services @ From January 2005 to July 2009 (4 years 7 months) ePhilanthropy Master Trainer @ From 2007 to 2008 (1 year) Project Manager @ From February 2004 to November 2004 (10 months) Director of IT and Internet Strategy @ From August 2000 to August 2003 (3 years 1 month)
MBA @ City University of New York-Baruch College From 1977 to 1980 BS @ City University of New York-Brooklyn College From 1971 to 1975 Norman Reiss is skilled in: project management, ephilanthropy, online technology, online marketing, onilne fundraising, online communications, Training Skills, customer service, usability, Nonprofit Consulting, Technical Presentations, Non-profits, Blogging, Social Networking, Fundraising
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