Please join us at Grant Park for this month's NetTuesday! We'll share a few brief updates, self-organize into small group discussions on your favorite NPTech topics, and then when the sun sets hang out and watch the classic thriller Psycho! under the stars. This is a bring-a-snack-or-drink-to-share and bring-your-own-picnic-blanket affair. (Please note that you're not allowed to drink out of glass containers in Grant Park.) We'll meet on the south steps of the Chicago Cultural Center at 5:45pm then walk over to Grant Park together at promptly 6pm. Running late? No problem - you can find our spot on
this google map.
see you there! Organizers: Kara Carrell currently works as an office manager for the Interfaith youth core, and as a Social Media Enthusiast, she moderates the
501 Tech Club of Chicago. Dave Chakrabarti manages web technology projects with the
Chicago Technology Cooperative, which builds innovative drupal-based websites and web applications. A recent case study:
Vocalo.org, for Chicago Public Radio. Gordon Dymowski has over ten years' experience in public health community mobilization, from working on tobacco control and clean air policy to working with chemical dependency and the homeless. Currently, Gordon has shifted to the corporate side, working for Zocalo Group as an analyst and researcher. Gordon also has over fifteen years involvement in the online realm, starting with the Prodigy BB, and currently blogs about comics, television, and pop culture
Jonathan Eyler-Werve directs field operations for Global Integrity, an anti-corruption watchdog collaborating online in 92 countries.
Michael Maranda promoting digital excellence, media & social justice through
purposive community. Justin Massa is executive director of
MoveSmart.org, a startup non-profit organization that promotes racial and economic integration through technology. Jean Russell nurtures nonprofit leaders and weaves networks for social change (