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Tuesday, November 1 • 10:00am - 1:00pm
The next generation of community engagement

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Local governments all over the country are making efforts toward more inclusive, transparent, collaborative, and interactive community engagement. Most governments use their websites to inform residents about upcoming public decisions and provide outbound information using social media. Now a growing number of government agencies also are experimenting with online tools that facilitate two-way communications with residents. Learn how local governments can use technology to help people understand the issues at hand, encourage productive actions, and demonstrate how those actions are creating positive outcomes.

Susan Stuart Clark, Founder/Director of Common Knowledge, has been a pioneer in “community-driven design.” She has explored how inclusion of diverse stakeholders stimulates innovative solutions on issues such health care, the environment, education, voting and financial literacy. 

Audience
Government leadership, communications professionals, and program managers looking to broaden and diversify community outreach.

Timing
Half day | Morning

Speakers
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Susan Clark

Founder and Director, Common Knowledge
Susan Stuart Clark, Founder/Director, has over 25 years of experience in social and consumer marketing, as well as pioneering work in “community-driven design.” She formed Common Knowledge to explore how inclusion of diverse stakeholders stimulates innovative solutions on issues such health care, the environment, education, voting and financial literacy. Her deep understanding of how to design and implement innovative social change... Read More →


Tuesday November 1, 2016 10:00am - 1:00pm
Room 201

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