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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 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Collaborating within and across Smart Cities

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Communities work best when they involve active collaboration between government officials and engaged citizens. Hear how cities are building trust and tools that can be used to equalize access. You’ll learn how to work closely with civic groups and scale solutions that work in order to address key community initiatives together.

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Vyki Englert

Brigade National Advisory Council Member, Hack for LA & Compiler LA
Vyki is a software developer, cartographer, and cyclist who fell in love with Los Angeles after landing in downtown in 2012. Raised in a college town on the east coast, she was introduced to advocacy early and has found herself pushing for change in a world that often shies away from progress. | | In 2014, Vyki cofounded Compiler LA, a civic tech consultancy dedicated to building a better Los Angeles. Previously Vyki worked at... Read More →
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Andrew Turner

Director and CTO, Esri Research and Development Center, ESRI
Andrew's work focuses on cross-domain collaboration and democratizing the map making process creating open tools for cartography and analysis. In 2006 he published the popular and widely regarded book "introduction to Neogeography" which led an industry shift of the GIS market. He is a world renowned speaker, author, advocate and engineer for crowd-sourced geospatial technology and a successful entrepreneur that has grown and exited two companies... Read More →

Thursday November 3, 2016 9:00am - 10:15am
Room 204

Attendees (55)