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 (https://www.oneworldcgi.com), 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 (http://www.wiremedia.net), 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 (http://www.causecast.com), an online platform that helps corporations, employees, and nonprofit partners connect and do more good.
Shoutout to Cross Campus Pasadena (http://www.crosscamp.us), 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)