Join us on Saturday, August 9, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. to hear David Kraljic of Votetocracy speak on the topic of How Data Will Change The Way Americans Interact With Congress. The event will take place in the Library of the Queens Pride House located at[masked]th Avenue, Suite 206, Jackson Heights, New York 11372.
ADMISSION FEE: $5.00
If you are driving, arrive early to look for free street parking. There are also many 2-hour Muni-Meter spots and a nearby parking lot.
If you are coming by subway, use the IRT "7" Flushing Line and exit at 74th Street/Broadway. You can also use the IND "E", "F" or "R" Queens Blvd. Lines and exit at the Jackson Heights/Roosevelt Avenue stop.
If you get lost, call Dr. Tom Stevens on his cell phone at[masked]-7075.
Technology has provided access to data and organizational capabilities that didn't previously exist. Political campaigns have used this to their advantage. Citizens, not nearly as much. This presentation provides a view of the sea change that is taking place in terms of how individuals could/will interact with Congress in the future.
David Kraljic is a veteran creative and strategic leader with 15 years of experience driving the development of digital marketing programs and digital product development. During his career, David has been a Creative Director at Fortune 500 companies. As digital Creative Director at Group DCA, he was responsible for leading the pioneering company's user experience (UX). Later, as the Executive Director of UX and Product Development, he planned, launched and managed over 300 digital marketing programs for brands at the top 20 pharmaceutical, biotech and device manufacturing companies and helped successfully commercialize three new digital products for the company. In addition to having won dozens of awards for his innovative work at Group DCA, he played a leadership role that helped grow the company from a small interactive boutique to a major interactive agency which was subsequently acquired.
David also co-founded and is CEO of Votetocracy.com, a Congressional voting platform, where he conceived, developed and commercialized the platform. David holds a BFA in graphic design from the Art Institute of Boston. He is also a graduate of the Founders Institute, a global start-up incubator program.
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