- Association of Fundraising ProfessionalsContent Curator, present
Reed Stockman, Chief
Content Curator, AFP
Reed Stockman serves as chief content curator for AFP members and staff. On a daily basis, Stockman responds to member questions and requests for data and resources and monitors trends in the fundraising profession as part of our knowledge management activities. He researches, selects and maintains library collections, including books, periodicals, audio and visual media. Stockman oversees the development of web-based Resource Center information, blog and knowledge management content.
Stockman regularly has a high level of contact with AFP membership, volunteer leaders, AFP partners and the fundraising community. He is responsible for the AFP Resource Center and for the high quality delivery of content on multiple platforms. Stockman is AFP’s chief blogger and a key stakeholder in all things web as they relate to AFP content. His Nonprofit Technology blog was recently spotlighted by Tech Soup as a major resource for nonprofit technology information and two of the Resource Center blogs are recognized in a listing of the top 150 nonprofit blogs. Stockman uses a variety of analytics to keep current on the most requested topics. He is tje Division liaison to AFP’s International Conference on Fundraising,Technology Social Networking Task Force and AFP's Publishing Advisory Committee.
- Roanoke CollegePolitical Science, 1975 - 1979
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