COMM TECH 4 PROGRESS MEETUP: AMA with Alan Rosenblatt
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at 6:30 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
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COMM TECH 4 PROGRESS MEETUP:
AMA on Digital Advocacy, Content Curation and more!
Partner, Turner Strategies
Co-Founder, We Act Radio
(food and drinks provided)
Please join DC Comm Tech Progress, the online engagement-focused community of Network For Progress, a social and media-savvy community for Progressives, Democrats and “Hope Mongers” to connect and collaborate for political and civic participation, for a meetup and Ask Me Anything on topics ranging from digital advocacy and content curation in 2014 and beyond with Alan Rosenblatt, an online advocacy pioneer who is currently a partner with Turner 4D and most recently with Center for American Progress.
Starting at 6:30, attendees will enjoy pizza ane beer while supplies last and the program will begin at 7:00 followed by YOUR Community Announcements about communications and technology-related organizations, events and other resources that the crowd might appreciate. Thanks to the creative design agency nclud (www.nclud.com) for letting us use their great event space!
50% of the proceeds will benefit ByteBack’s efforts to close the digital divide for thousands of people who want to learn tech skills so they can succeed. Learn more at http://byteback.org.
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About Alan Rosenblatt:
Alan Rosenblatt, Ph.D. is a social media and online advocacy strategist, professor & thought leader. He is a partner at Turner 4D (formerly Turner Strategies), the co-founder and host of the Internet Advocacy Roundtable; Ombudsmen and co-founder at Take Action News and an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins, American, (Georgetown and Gonzaga Universities), where he teaches courses on internet politics.
He was Associate Director for Online Advocacy at the Center for American Progress/CAP Action Fund from 2007-2013, where he created and directed the Center’s social media program. Alan taught the world’s first internet politics course ever at George Mason University in 1995.
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