Democratic Science and Technology Summit:
Democratic Science and Technology Summit
Innovative Solutions for California's Challenges
Fisher Conference Center
326 Galvez Street
Stanford, CA 94305
Our Summit brings together innovators from government and the private sector to highlight technology and ideas that can be applied to the California's great challenges. In areas as diverse as clean energy, communication, education, health care, biotech, and there are unique opportunities to rethink how we perform our mission and serve our fellow citizens. Social media, cloud computing, clean tech and mobile technologies—all provide new capabilities that Dems are beginning to harness.
Happening February 5 from 10 am to 5 pm at Stanford University, our Summit brings the latest in technology thinking and capabilities to you, with fresh voices, cutting edge training, and thought-provoking conversations. We explore the implications of the latest technologies for policy, for government programs, and for the implementation of campaign technology strategy.
You’ll hear from industry giants like as well as innovative startups. You’ll also hear from leading government technology implementers and policymakers about their successes, the obstacles they face, and their plans for the future.
Some of the issues you can expect to hear about at our Summit are:
- American Leadership 2.0
- Innovative Apps
- Identity, Privacy, and Informed Consent
- Biotech Issues and Advances
- Engagement and Outreach
- Empowering Voters
- Clean Tech Policy and Legislation
Together we will build what comes next as these powerful ideas converge with the passion of people working to make a difference.
This Summit is brought to you in partnership with The CDP Computer & Internet Caucus. and Steve Westly, and moderated by Brigette Hunley
CDPIC Event Committee: Brigette Hunley, Kyle Daley, Leslie Katz, Maria Geluz
February 2 Update: Thanks to our new co-hosts the CDP Business and Professional Caucus for coming on to organize the networking lunch. Special thanks to their Chair Alyson Abromowitz, and their Vice Chair Andrew Lachman,
Of interest to: Members of the science and technology community, students, Democratic activists,
local elected officials and business leaders
Keynote Speaker: Steve Westly (Stanford alum)
Featuring speakers and trainers on clean tech, biotech, new media, campaign tools, gov 2.0 and more.
A sampling of our lineup: Steve Westly, Art Torres, Christine Pelosi, Bob Wieckowski, Jennifer Pahlka, Congressman John Garamendi, Sally Lieber, Chris Kelly, Sarah Granger, Adriel Hampton, Dana Lampert, Jared Dearing, Fred Keeley, Andrew Lachman, Brent Turner and more names to be announced!
9:30 am Registration opens
10:00 am Keynote-Steve Westly
10:20 Track One: Art Torres
10;50 Fred Keeley
11:05 Leslie Katz
11:20 Bob Wieckowski
11:25 Andrew Lachman
11:30 Jennifer Pahlka
12:00 Lunch and Networking
1:00 Track Two: Sarah Granger
1:30 Sally Lieber
1:55 Melissa Mares
2:00 Track Three: Christine Pelosi
2:45 Adriel Hampton
3:30 Dana Lampert and Jared Dearing
4:20 Hilary Crosby
4:30 Brent Turner
4:45 Closing ceremonies
5:00 Closing Ceremonies
We look forward to seeing you all there!
Chair, CDP Computer & Internet Caucus
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