A student's perspective on MISST – Master of Information Strategy Systems and Technology
April 27, 2010 in Uncategorized
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April 27, 2010 at 7:29 pm
There are people from business, public sector to private and non-profit sector currently enrolled in MISST. From external sales to consultants to project leaders to network analysts, MISST students’ careers run the gamut. The diverse backgrounds of MISST students greatly increases the professional growth and learning experience of all of the participants.
May 13, 2010 at 10:31 am
Dave Tinker, CFRE
I have been a professional fund raiser for more than 20 years now. Technology is increasingly playing a significant role in my work.
I am a Director of Development for a large nonprofit human agency in Pittsburgh that serves people with intellectual disabilities and developmental delays. Being a Director of Development means I am in charge of raising funds for the agency. I also happen to handle the social media efforts of our agency.
In addition to my day job I also do fund raising consulting and sit on various nonprofit boards and committees.
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