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Dylan Ebersole

Dylan Ebersole

My name is Dylan Ebersole and I am MST Solution’s Nonprofit and Higher Education Practice Lead. I am focused on ensuring that MST Solutions is able to provide our customers with skilled, knowledgeable nonprofit and education experts who have the right experience and tools to help make meaningful technology changes that uplift and improve organizations and schools we work with. When I am not working, you can find me coaching my kids’ soccer teams, hiking, or engaged in my favorite method of destressing – cooking!

Dylan Ebersole

Dylan Ebersole

My name is Dylan Ebersole and I am MST Solution’s Nonprofit and Higher Education Practice Lead. I am focused on ensuring that MST Solutions is able to provide our customers with skilled, knowledgeable nonprofit and education experts who have the right experience and tools to help make meaningful technology changes that uplift and improve organizations and schools we work with. When I am not working, you can find me coaching my kids’ soccer teams, hiking, or engaged in my favorite method of destressing – cooking!

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Getting Integrated: A Closer Look at Nonprofit Program Management

In this edition of Getting Integrated, Dylan Ebersole, the Nonprofit Practice Lead at MST Solutions, answers questions about the challenges nonprofits face today, how technology is changing the industry, and how nonprofit program management software can be used to improve nonprofit programs.

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6 Tips for Deploying Salesforce Across Your Nonprofit

Industry insiders overwhelmingly cite technology as a crucial element of running a successful nonprofit organization and are prioritizing solutions that allow for flexibility and scalability when it comes to building internal and external relationships.

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The Connected Nonprofit: Using Technology to Manage Multi-Chapter Organizations

For many nonprofit organizations, making programs available to a broader audience through multiple, dispersed chapters is a great idea, but the logistics are often challenging.

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