BetaTalk - A night with NYC's Chief Technology Officer #nycCTO

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For this BetaTalk, BetaNYC will host Minerva Tantoco (http://www1.nyc.gov/office-of-the-mayor/news/437-14/mayor-de-blasio-minerva-tantoco-city-s-first-ever-chief-technology-officer), New York City’s FIRST Chief Technology Officer. For her first community meeting, she will be interviewed by Noel Hidalgo and talk about the future of civic technology, innovation, and answer your questions.

In the lead up to the event, we collected your questions. You can check out those questions at < http://bit.ly/ask-nyc-cto >!

For the evening, we are using the event hashtag - #nycCTO (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23nycCTO&src=typd). For those of you who can't attend, we will record the conversation and post it on youtube within a reasonable amount of time.

NOTE - THIS IS A LIMITED CAPACITY EVENT AND YOU MUST RSVP WITH A NAME ON YOUR ID. IF YOU ARE NOT ON THE RSVP LIST, YOU WILL BE TURNED AWAY. WE WILL HAVE 70 SEATS. SEATING WILL BE FIRST COME FIRST SERVE.

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Schedule:

* 7:00 - Doors open with a bit of a meet and greet.
* 7:30 - Event kickoff with introductions.
* 7:30 - 8:30 - Interview.
* 9:00 - End of show.

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What is a BetaTalk?

A BetaTalk is part of BetaNYC's monthly thought leader salon series. These events are designed to demystify the civic technology, data, design, and the thought leaders behind it all.

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Sponsors:

The Code for America Brigade program (http://www.codeforamerica.org/brigade/) is an international network of people committed to using their voices and hands, in collaboration with local governments, to make their cities better.

Microsoft Technology & Civic Innovation partners with a wide range of local community stakeholders, including governments, non-profits, businesses, startups, think tanks, academic institutions, and grassroots civic hackers. Working with these organizations, we aim to collaboratively address the most pressing community challenges through the hyper-local creation, deployment, and evangelism of civic technology. Areas of focus include data and privacy, 21st century jobs and opportunities, and more responsive and resilient communities.

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BetaNYC is committed to hosting safe and open events for all. By attending this event you are committing yourself to BetaNYC's Code of Conduct and Anti-Harassment Policy (https://github.com/BetaNYC/What-is-BetaNYC/blob/master/Code-of-Conduct.md).