Who we are
PanVisio is the digital communications company exclusively serving organizations making a difference in New Jersey. We are so passionate about social change that we sponsor a podcast dedicated to learning what works from the experts leading the change.
what we do
& HOW WE DO IT.
We help you identify and own your story. We then share with your team cost effective digital tools needed to be successful in maximizing your story. Lastly, we provide a framework for continued success that allow your volunteers to be successful in activating your community for action long after we are gone. With us, you are more than just a client, you are a community partner. With every contract you have the option to join our state-wide network of social change agents like yourself to help shape larger and more coordinated efforts in realizing positive change in New Jersey. If that wasn't enough, organizations who join get FREE marketing of their organization or upcoming event on our show, the Q2 Podcast (when available, limitations apply).
Strategy & Story
Who are you and where do you want to be in 1-3 years?
Beautiful yet effective design that help you get results
Work smarter not harder in keeping track of members, volunteers, and donors alike.
Email and Social Media Marketing
Share your story and deeply engage your community and drive action.
Joed Lopez is a consultant, speaker, podcaster, and founder of PanVisio.org. He has been featured on ABC7 (NY) and has presented on topics such as technology, social justice, and organizational strategy across the United States. PanVisio seeks to empower nonprofits through leveraging technology and communications to realize greater levels of social change. In that time PanVisio has helped organizations like the NAACP of Asbury Park/Neptune, St. Peter's University, and EOFPANJ.org. PanVisio sponsors the Q2 Podcast. With over 50,000 downloads in just under one year, the show breaks down what success looks like in social change by interviewing and showcasing real time solutions from practitioners, experts, and thought leaders alike. Some previous guests include Geoffrey Canada (Harlem Children Zone) Tim Wise (Author/Anti-Racist Activist) and Lisa Sharon Harper (Sojourners/Huffington Post). Joed currently works at the National Society of Leadership and Success as a Regional Director of Student Programs and was former EOF Assistant Director of EOF at Caldwell University. He graduated from Montclair State University with a degree in Sociology and minor in Business.
Latest Posts and interviews
Enough talk about problems. Let's explore solutions.
Here it is. The last episode, and perhaps the most important episode (I get a little fired up a couple times in this one as the result of it). I renamed this third and final installment to Talking to White Conservatives About Race and Racism (formerly known as Talking to White People About Race and Racism).[…]
Sorry for the delay in getting this to you! But in Part 1 of our 3 part series, we were just warming up. In part 2 of Talking to White People About Race and Racism, we learn how our anonymous guest feels about: the claims that Trump’s administration is made up of racists, white nationalist (did[…]
In this first part of a three-part series, we talk to a white person about why he supported Trump and his thoughts about race relations and racism in America. This is an experimental series where Joed explores methods in engaging white people about the topic and shares what he learns. To learn more about why[…]