Creating Community with Digital Tech

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Come out on Aug 4 for three great presenters and conversation on community engagement through digital technology.

Frank Hong: How socially conscious groups can find value in online social networks for promoting community engagement.

Marcy Rye: What Pokémon Go and augmented reality mean for the future of tech and community engagement.

Rebecca Campbell: How online communities are fostering greater in-person connections with digital tech and human interaction.

Frank Hong is CEO & Founder of One World CGI (, a public benefit corporation that operates an online social platform helping people discover and connect to good things happening in their communities.

Marcy Rye is Founder & Principal of Wire Media (, a certified B Corp enabling nonprofits and social good companies to communicate better with their audiences through brand strategy and visual storytelling.

Rebecca Campbell is VP, Client Success at Causecast (, an online platform that helps corporations, employees, and nonprofit partners connect and do more good.

Shoutout to Cross Campus Pasadena (, a community of creative professionals, for hosting us. We're looking forward to seeing old & new friends at our first Pasadena event!


The Gold Line Memorial Park Station is about a block away.

Nearby parking options include:
- Unified Valet Parking 48 N. Raymond Ave ( $7 Sun-Thur)
- Marriott Park&Walk 171 N. Raymond Ave (90min free, $2/hr after, $6 daily max)
- Holly St. Parking Structure 150 East Holly St. ($2/hr, $6 daily max)
- 48 N. Raymond Ave ($2 each 20 mins, $7 after 2pm, $7 daily max)
- One Colorado Public Parking Garage 20 E. Union St. ($2/30 mins, $6 daily max, evening $6)