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Thursday, November 3 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Co-creating the future of the Brigade network

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This summer has become a time for reflection, self-critique and reassessment by the entire civic tech movement. In the past several months, many people who have been central to this work since the beginning have been sharing observations and thoughts on how civic tech must evolve to fulfill its enormous potential. We’ve been reflecting on this as well, and facilitating a process with the community to get clearer on what’s working, what’s not, and what to do about it. Join us for a participatory design exercise that will be open to anyone who is involved in or cares about the larger civic tech community.

Moderator
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Monique Baena-Tan

User Research, Code for America
Monique leads user research for the community engagement efforts at Code for America. She primarily engages with the brigade volunteer network to develop participatory design research processes that identify organizational priorities and community needs. She also supports the management of the brigade network through programming and the coordination of national days of action such as Code Across and National Day of Civic Hacking. | | Monique... Read More →

Speakers
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Chris Alfano

Captain, Code for Philly
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Jill Bjers

Captain & Brigade National Advisory Council Member, Code for Charlotte
Jill started out as a writer and community organizer, working on various projects such as the Olympics and multiple DNCs. She sharpened her cat-herding skills as she began advocating within Charlotte’s technology and startup communities. Currently, she serves as organizer to TEDxCharlotte, Charlotte Startup Weekend and is the Co-Founder/Executive Director for Code for Charlotte. Jill is also Co-owner of Xorcode and Founder of Foodles with... Read More →
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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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Jason Hibbets

Captain, Code for Raleigh
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Noel Hidalgo

Executive Director & Brigade National Advisory Council Member, BetaNYC
Since 2009, Noel Hidalgo has participated as part of a collaborative leadership team leading NYC's civic technology and open data community. This team has established BetaNYC as the city's premier civic hacking community. In the aftermath of super storm Sandy, Noel helped lead a team of civic hackers to reconnect NYC's coworking and start up community. This effort led him to join the Code for America Brigade team and outline its core values. Now... Read More →


Thursday November 3, 2016 10:45am - 12:00pm
Room 208

Attendees (34)