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The Summit is an annual gathering of civic technology leaders — ranging from mayors to entrepreneurs, from community organizers to CTOs — who hold a shared belief that together we can create a government by the people, for the people that works for us all in the 21st century. Schedule is subject to change. 

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Thursday, November 3 • 1:25pm - 1:40pm
Working together to reduce racial disparities in the justice system

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Tiffany Andrews

Product Manager, Code for America
Tiffany has 10 years of experience in politics and government administration and is a budding junior front-end developer. She's a member of Leadership Council for Girls in Tech LA, Women 2.0 LA and City Director of Women Who Code LA.

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Cristine Deberry

Chief of Staff for SF District Attorney George Gascon, San Francisco District Attorney
Cristine Soto DeBerry is Chief of Staff for San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon. She has assisted the District Attorney with his efforts to increase public safety without increasing the jail population. The office has implemented numerous policy changes and programs to achieve this goal. A few of the most important are: DA Stat, Neighborhood Courts, Sentencing Planners and Young Adult Court. DA Gascon was... Read More →
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Kristian Lum

Lead Statistician, HRDAG
Kristian Lum is the Lead Statistician at HRDAG.  Kristian’s research focus has been on furthering the statistical methodology most commonly used by HRDAG—population estimation or multiple systems estimation—with a particular emphasis on Bayesian methods and model averaging. She is the primary author of the dga package, open source software for population estimation for the R computing environment.  More... Read More →

Thursday November 3, 2016 1:25pm - 1:40pm
East Room

Attendees (125)