Seth Otto is the current Digital Communications Manager at NetHope. Seth has over five years of experience in communications and marketing, with a focus on graphic design, web design, and event planning. Prior to their current position, Seth was the Division Manager for Britescape, where they launched and branded a successful holiday lighting division. Seth also served as the Marketing and Communications Manager, developing marketing strategies for online and in-person events. In addition, Seth has experience as a product designer, designing and pricing holiday lighting installation packages for high-end clientele. Seth also has experience in graphic design, designing all print and promotional materials including business cards, brochures, mailers, and trade show banners. Finally, Seth has experience as an Installation Crew Manager, managing staff schedules and interviewing/hiring lighting installation FTEs and surge-support workers.
Seth Otto has a Master of Social Work (MSW) from the University of Washington in Public Policy Practice and Administration. Seth also has a Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare (BASW) from the University of Washington in Social Work. In addition, they have an Associate of Arts (A.A.) from North Seattle College in Transfer Degree. Seth is certified from NetHope in NETHOPE Virtual Global Summit 2020 Staff and NETHOPE 20th Anniversary Summit 2021 Staff.
They are on a team with Ray Short - Director, Institutional Partnerships/GBI Chief of Party, Charles Higgins - Director for Disaster Preparedness and Response, and Rhoda Ohito - Relationship Manager for NetHope’s Center for the Digital Nonprofit. Seth Otto reports to Lance Pierce, CEO.
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