On Friday, Google, the Knight Foundation and Bloomberg Philanthropies brought together a small group of practitioners, funders and academics to talk and think about the technological lessons from the 2012 cycle and how they can be applied to civic engagement as a whole. I am so grateful to…
Was asked by Fast Company what I learned in 2013.
I learned how lucky I am to work with such an amazing team. That “team” includes the people past and present who make POPVOX possible, the advisors and circle of friends and family that keep us going, our investors (many of whom are also family), our friends, our clients, and those thousands of people across the country who make up our community.
Feeling very grateful.
Thanks for the photo, LUXr peeps!
Was honored to participate on a TEDx Women panel with Keya Dannenbaum, Lauren Bird, Reshma Saujani, moderated by the wonderful, Courtney Martin .
Huge thanks to Knight Foundation for hosting and making it possible!
What innovative solutions do women offer to today’s global challenges? The conversation continues this week at the third annual TEDxWomen.
Hosted in Washington, D.C. by the Paley Center for Media, the conference is themed The Space Between and seeks to. In six, 90-minute sessions, speakers and performers will explore the different ways women and men approach subjects or obstacles.
Here’s a sample of a “Franking-friendly” Write Congress widget we at POPVOX developed for use on official sites.
Big thanks to Catherine Ho at Washington Post’s Capital Business for the article on POPVOX and other civic startups:
"Popvox, which was founded in 2010, is part of a growing movement among D.C. professional services veterans to create new businesses aimed at helping the masses — rather than well-heeled corporations — influence public policy. Though their business models are different, their founders — who come from traditional backgrounds such as lobbying, government, public affairs and technology — share a common objective to make policymaking more accessible and transparent."
GOOD.is has a great idea with this competition!!
Coding for GOOD is our effort to bridge the skills gap through real-world application and complements Apollo Group’s The Virtual Apprentice ℠. To participate, you will need to complete sixteen coding lessons and submit a final project. Participants with the top three submissions will then be flown out to Los Angeles to participate in a hack-a-thon, and the best of the three hack-a-thon participants may be offered a job at GOOD…
Really appreciated Mit Capps’ article on POPVOX in VentureNashville.