In this event, we'll bring everyone up to speed and explain what Trello and Jira are. We'll talk about common use cases and terminology (what's a card??) and then we'll dive into what this means practically for you and your non-profit. We'll answer questions like:
- how does non-profit pricing work?
- what are specific features or power-ups that non-profits should use?
- how are other non-profits using these tools?
You can also bring your own questions and our Trello and Jira experts will take them live!
Fabián López one of our Community leaders will share his experience supporting non profit organizations with Atlassian tools. He will share best practices to pick the right tool, based on the size of the organization. Leading the Trello discussion will be Brittany Joiner, Trello super-nerd who will bring her passion and energy for productivity to show you best Trello practices. We'll also be joined by Velizar Borisov, a Jira guru, who helped implementing the tool in companies from different businesses.
If you're not able to make it, this event will be recorded and sent out, so you won't want to miss it.
Image: Photo by Benjamin Atchley on Unsplash / Esteban Benites
Software Engineer I
Passion for collaboration tools that empower remote and collocated team members. Constantly exploring and implementing new technologies and methodologies to foster collaboration. Interested on team members interaction as well as customer and partners relationship growth.
Enthusiastic Program/Product Manager and certified Project Manager Professional (PMP), Certified Scrum Master (CSM) and Certified Trade Show Marketer (CTSM).
Currently working as Global Head of Corporate Social Responsibility at Appfire. Launching The Appfire Town - The Global Town with Heart and Soul, our social responsibility program for the Atlassian Ecosystem and more.
Involved on product development, program and project management of the OS System implemented in more than 50 Hospitals and 500 clinics on the states of Texas, New York, Tennessee, West Virginia, North Caroline, Idaho and Oklahoma.
Participated in business development in Mexico and South America and organized and executed international trade shows and symposiums in Argentina for more than 8,000 attendees. Founded 5 Atlassian User Groups (2 in Argentina and 3 in USA, currently running two of them). Recent recipient of the Atlassian Community Award "Exceeding Everest" for community contributions and for volunteering with the organization Warfighter Made that assists disabled and wounded veterans.
Brittany Joiner is a Trello enthusiast who has yet to find a problem that her favorite tool can’t solve. A software engineer by day, and just-about-everything-else by any other time, Brittany stays busy with side projects and hobbies that require her to be as productive as possible. She’s found that Trello is the perfect tool for keeping everything in her life in line, and she loves to help others do the same. She’s a regular contributor to the Trello blog, an Atlassian Community Champion, and has also led Trello Events.
When Brittany’s not geeking out about Trello, you’ll find her reading a non-fiction book, defeating her husband in a game of Dutch Blitz, traveling the world, or learning to program.