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A Tech Conference to Remember: Why You Can't Miss Super Forum 2019

Written by Jenny Pan on September 19, 2019 at 3:04 PM | 4 minute read

You’ve been to tech conferences, but you’ve never been to a tech conference like this. Higher Logic’s Super Forum is for anyone who wants to deliver the best customer or member experience possible. We believe that’s done through connecting people – by bringing your users all together. And now, it’s your chance to come all together and connect in person at Super Forum 2019.

You won’t want to miss these seven opportunities at our annual conference.

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Topics: Online Community, Super Forum, Company News

Higher Logic Joins Team Rubicon to Tackle Community Disaster Response in Houston

Written by Gabrielle Wathen on June 18, 2019 at 3:27 PM | 11 minute read

HIGHER LOGIC CARES: Through our 2019 Charity Program, we sent a group of nine staff volunteers to Houston, Texas, in May 2019 to assist Team Rubicon in disaster response efforts. This story is about their personal experiences on-site and what it’s like to participate.

Here at Higher Logic, community is our business. The same could be said for Team Rubicon, though their core motto is “Disasters are our business. Veterans are our passion.” While our staff (AKA Higher Logic’s “Orange Army”) utilizes their skills to build and strengthen online communities via our engagement platform, Team Rubicon’s crew (AKA “TRibe”) has the opportunity to build communities in a more literal sense—through vital disaster response work.

Here’s a bit more about Team Rubicon and their mission:

“Team Rubicon is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that utilizes the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams. Founded in 2010, Team Rubicon has deployed across the United States and around the world to provide immediate relief to those impacted by disasters and humanitarian crises.”

All together, nine eligible Orange Army volunteers (myself included) geared up to join the TRibe’s mission for a week in Houston, working alongside a series of military personnel, veterans, and fellow “kick-ass civilian” volunteers to rebuild a home that suffered damage from Hurricane Harvey in 2017.

To say the experience was rewarding would be an understatement. (Just grab a tissue and read the Volunteer Feedback section....)

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Topics: Engagement, Volunteer Management, Nonprofits and Charities, Company News, Culture

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