"Dogs Against Romney" Creator Joins Netcentric Campaigns Team

Digital marketing veteran Scott Crider joined the Netcentric Campaigns staff as our new Director of Digital Strategy on March 17. He brings 25 years of creative experience to our team, including as the brainchild behind the popular "Dogs Against Romney" campaign. We chatted with Scott about that effort, along with some of his other career successes and what he hopes to accomplish at Netcentric.

Get Your Network in Shape with our New Website

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Get Your Network in Shape with our New Website

We’ve got a new name — and now we’ve got a new look!

Netcentric Campaigns recently unveiled our newly designed website, which strongly reflects our work of building and empowering advocacy networks of people to move change forward.

Along with a beautiful new design, the website also features our Training Regime for Advocacy Leaders. This helpful article outlines how people participating in a network can get the most out of their experience. Just like preparing to run a race, it’s not just the destination that matters. It’s also the journey!

This improved look is just one part of our ongoing organizational transition that started last year when we officially became Netcentric Campaigns. Since then, our team of 9 has continued to work to help foundations, nonprofit organizations and grassroots leaders mobilize powerful advocacy networks that create change for the greater good.

That’s why I am so excited about our new website. It showcases the fresh, modern and dynamic approach our team works so hard to provide to network leaders who are making a difference in the world.  

Please take a moment to check out the website — and be sure to connect with us on Twitter and Facebook, too. I’m so inspired about the work we have ahead of us this year, and I cannot wait to share with you more exciting news in the months ahead.


Marty KearnsMarty Kearns
President
Netcentric Campaigns