Want Stronger, Revitalized Neighborhoods? Meet people Making It Happen
OpenAccessPHL is a group of Philadelphians working at the intersection of technology, innovation, and civic participation. Launched in August 2011, membership is diverse, with people coming from city government, large and small companies, non-profits, grant making foundations, and interested non-Philadelphia groups. The mission of OpenAccessPHL is in discovery and matchmaking resources within the PHL region according to four values: – Open Data/Information, Community Participation, Access & Inclusion and Civic Tech Growth.
This event is designed to encourage discussion and discovery to help the network get to know each other better so people can connect the initiatives across, and with, city/regional communities of all types.
Speakers at the events will include:
- Ellen Weber (host) – Executive Director, Temple University Fox School of Business Innovation and Entrepreneur Institute
- Lee Huang – Senior Vice President & Principal, Econsult Solutions Inc.
- Saleem Chapman – Policy and Advocacy Manager, Sustainable Business Network
- Omar Woodard – Executive Director of the Greenlight Fund
When: Friday, April 1st, 2016 from 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Where: Alter Hall Fox School of Business, Temple University
Main Campus, 1801 Liacouras Walk, Philadelphia, PA
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