John Kenyon is a technology educator and strategist who’s worked with nonprofits for over 20 years speaking, teaching seminars, providing advice and writing about effective uses of technology. Every day he educates nonprofits about technology strategically because he knows it can help their organizations operate more effectively and efficiently.
John Kenyon earned his B.S. at Emerson College in Boston before moving to California in 1987. In the late 90’s he was Information Technology Director at San Francisco’s Management Center. Along with Michael Stein he wrote both The eNonprofit: a guide to ASPs, internet services and online software and the Nonprofit Quarterly article A Decade of Online Fundraising. John Kenyon served as Training and Consulting Manager at Groundspring.org/Network for Good, helping organizations learn how to be effective online, before returning to private practice in 2005. He helped build and deliver the We Are Media workshops on social media for nonprofits with Beth Kanter in 2008. John Kenyon authored the chapter on Effective Online Communications in the book Managing Technology to Meet your Mission (Jossey-Bass/Wiley, 2009). He is on the editorial board for the NTEN publication Change.
John Kenyon is an adjunct professor at the University of San Francisco and a member of the Executive Consultants Select Group at the Alliance for Children and Families. During his career he has developed and presented sessions at institutions of higher learning including University of California at Berkeley, Duke University, King’s College London, Robert Morris University and Australia’s Queensland University of Technology. He has co-presented with a variety of other experts including Michael Stein, Beth Kanter, Nancy Schwartz, David J. Neff, Rusty Burwell, Kivi Leroux-Miller, Robert Weiner, Laura Quinn and Sarah R. Moore.
John Kenyon has been a featured speaker across the United States, England, Australia and online.