Dates: May 9, 16 & 23 from 1-2:00 PM ET

Cost: $40

Whether you're looking to supercharge your digital outreach, streamline tedious tasks, or even become the resident AI expert, this series will equip you with the tools to make a tangible impact on your organization's success and sustainability.

Over these 3 one-hour sessions, you'll gain the essential skills and insights to navigate the complex landscape of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with confidence. By understanding how to implement AI strategically, your nonprofit can enhance operational efficiency and level-up your digital communications, advocacy, and outreach, all while ensuring you are meeting a high standard of ethics and compliance.

*All registrants will be provided with a link to the recording and the presentation slides following each session.

AI 101: Understanding AI for Nonprofits

May 9, 1:00-2:00 ET

Discover the fundamentals of AI. You can expect to walk away from this session being the resident AI know-it-all at your organization:

  • We’ll provide a strong overview of the technology that powers AI as well as the different types of AI out there. 
  • You’ll learn how your nonprofit can start using and experimenting with AI.
  • You’ll have a framework to develop smart policies for using AI at your organization and navigating the ethical and privacy aspects crucial to your mission.

AI 201: AI for Nonprofit Comms & Outreach

May 16, 1:00-2:00 ET

Use AI to supercharge your digital communications. From content ideation to creation to analysis, there’s a whole lot AI can do to support your organization’s external communications, outreach, advocacy, and fundraising. In this session you’ll learn:

  • A framework for how to think about and identify where AI can support your digital work.
  • How to effectively use AI for content creation and content analysis, including how to think about IP and copyright as it relates to AI-produced content.
  • Lesser-known but powerful ways AI is being used for media intelligence.
  • A landscape of the AI tools that exist to support digital communications and outreach.

AI 202: AI for Operational Efficiency

May 23, 1:00-2:00 ET

As nonprofit staffers, we wear too many hats and have too much to do. Learn how AI can take stuff that is time-consuming but doesn’t need our brainpower and get it done faster, so you can spend more time on higher-leverage activities. Leave this session with an understanding of how to implement AI to:

  • Improve member and donor support
  • Speed up internal communication
  • Improve knowledge sharing and document discovery across your organization

About Chorus AI

Chorus AI transforms your digital organizing and communications from a solo act into a full ensemble. Our customers find that Chorus AI supercharges their digital communications by:

  • Dramatically reducing the time they spend monitoring the news & social media.
  • Turning half-day content creation projects into half-hour ones.

Our Presenters 

Aaron, Sam, and Tareq, bring 45+ years of experience as nonprofit and campaign operators. They've done just about every job you can think of at nonprofits and campaigns. They’re excited about AI because they saw a lot of the software out there wasn’t built for our industry, and we believe that AI can help change that. Here’s a little bit more about each of us:

Presented by:

Aaron Myran

Aaron Myran (he/him) is a Co-founder at Chorus AI. Aaron leads Chorus’s engineering and AI model development. Prior to Chorus, Aaron founded and grew New Majority (formerly Future Majority) into one of the largest civic get-out-the-vote organizations in the country. Aaron has held senior technical roles in the non-profit and private sectors. Aaron was the deputy chief technology officer at The Public Interest Network, and held data science roles at Microsoft and AthenaHealth. He’s based in Toronto.

Tareq Alani

Tareq Alani (he/him) is a product leader who operates at the intersection of media, technology, and civic engagement. He is a Co-Founder at Chorus AI, where he leads product and growth. Previously he co-founded and served as the Chief Product Officer of PushBlack, the largest non-profit media company for Black Americans. While at PushBlack, Tareq spearheaded reader revenue efforts, generating more than $5M between 2017 and 2022. He also developed PushBlack’s groundbreaking voter engagement program, which in 2020 reached 70% of Black Americans online and generated 230M peer-to-peer voting messages, making it the largest digital voter turnout program of its kind. Prior to PushBlack, Tareq helped win competitive issue and electoral campaigns at the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Working America AFL-CIO, and Fund for the Public Interest.

Sam Landenwitsch

Sam Landenwitsch (he/him) is the Co-Founder of Chorus AI, a technology company combining breakthroughs in artificial intelligence to provide productivity solutions to progressive nonprofit organizations and political campaigns. Sam leads Chorus AI’s business development, marketing, and financial strategy. Prior to Chorus AI, he spent 14 years in the nonprofit space, including as Chief of Staff and Senior Vice President at The Public Interest Network, a US-based organization where he grew the annual budget from $30M to $80M (USD), and 3 years as the principal of Saidin Strategies, providing management consulting services to nonprofits, campaigns, and businesses. He’s based in Brooklyn, NY.