ZeroNow, the stakeholder alliance organized to make schools safer through collective impact, has announced the introduction of a new platform designed to increase communication and collaboration. Members have access to online discussions and unique ZeroNow programs and videos, as well as opportunities to drive ideas, innovation, and investment to advance school safety. ZeroNow members are education leaders, technology innovators, nonprofits, students and individual advocates. There is no cost of membership for students, and individual advocates receive a complimentary one-year trial, with $100/year dues thereafter.
Community discussions allow members to share news on technology, funding and grants, training, conferences, policy, and member activities. Partner Directories listing corporate, education, and nonprofit organization members are also available on the Community platform.
“The ZeroNow Community has really ignited the member conversation,” said ZeroNow Cofounder and Board President Ara Bagdasarian. “It’s become a 24/7 meeting place where members share knowledge and explore topics that align with our mission. It’s also a convenient one-stop for ZeroNow resources.”
To be a part of the conversation and connect with education safety leaders in the new online ZeroNow Community, visit ZeroNow.org for membership information.
ZeroNow was founded by technology partners Additional, Axis Communications, Johnson Controls, Omnilert and Telos Corporation, along with campus safety nonprofit partners the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA), NASPA (the Association of Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education), Campus Safety Magazine, and VTV Family Outreach Foundation.