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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
Learning from government website redesigns

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Jack Madans

U.S. Managing Director, OpenCities
Jack Madans is a local government nerd. He currently oversees product and implementation for OpenCities. Previously, he was a founding team member at Code for America. Jack is a civic strategist working with public servants on a broad set of issues, ranging from digital strategy and user experience to community organizing and change management.

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Karen Boyd

Citywide Communications Director, City of Oakland
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Lauren Lockwood

Chief Digital Officer, City of Boston
Lauren Lockwood is the Chief Digital Officer for the City of Boston, focused on digital communication, engagement, and service delivery. View Lauren's full bio.
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Erik Schwartz

Digital Service Architect, City of Lexington
Erik is a Digital Service Architect with the City of Lexington. Most recently he led the transformation of lexingtonky.gov into an ever-evolving hub for digital services. He began consulting with the City of Lexington after completing the Lexington Code for America fellowship. It went well! The fellows built Citygram, a geographic notifications platform, still very useful to this day.
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Harlan Weber

Director of Design & Service Innovation, MassIT Digital Services
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Tim Wisniewski

Chief Data Officer, City of Philadelphia

Thursday November 3, 2016 9:00am - 10:15am
Grand G and H First floor

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