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|Government and Non-Profits 2.0: Social Media - Lessons Learned|
|Date||Tuesday October 27|
|Time||7:00 AM - 9:00 AM|
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Samovar Conference Hall
1077 Independence Ave
Mountain View, CA 94043
|tkanzaveli [at] gmail.com|
First "all female" Panel bringing together the best of Government 2.0, Social Media and the Intersection with Non Profits.
Showcasing how "smart deployment" and adoption of new tools are already revolutionizing how these three areas function individually, and how new tools allow cross integration like never before.
Moderator: Alan W. Silberberg
Alan is the Co-Founder and CEO of the Political and Social Advocacy website, You2Gov.org. You2Gov created an innovative and ground breaking Government 2.0 platform that connects regular people to their Elected Officials at the White House, Congress, All 50 Legislatures and State Capitols.
Panelist: Beth Kanter
Beth is the author of Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media, one of the longest running and most popular blogs for nonprofits. A frequent contributor to many nonprofit technology web sites,blogs, and magazines, Beth has authored chapters in several books, including "Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission: A Strategic Guide for Nonprofit Leaders".
Panelist: Gwyneth Galbraith
Opportunity Fund is one of the largest microlenders in California. Previously, she was a strategic development consultant focused on major gifts fundraising, strategic planning, communications, and financial analysis for a variety of nonprofits, including Opportunity Fund, The Rockridge Institute, and the Arthur Ross Gallery.
Panelist: Debra Bowen
A pioneer in open government reform, election integrity, and personal privacy rights, Debra Bowen became only the sixth woman in California history elected to a statewide constitutional office when she was elected as Secretary of State in November 2006. As the chief elections officer for the largest state in the nation, Secretary Bowen is responsible for overseeing state and federal elections, a role that also requires her to test and certify the voting equipment used in California.