For May's meeting, we're looking to do something different.
We're always looking for other like-minded organizations and entities to network and partner with, and so we're opening the meeting to those willing to engage in brainstorming and discussion. Think of it as "open sourcing" Net2Chi, creating a way for the general community to have input into our direction and how we progress.
Two Notes of Interest:
- Given that Tech Nexus is a secure building, we need to ask that if you are planning on attending, that you RSVP via meetup.com no later than Tuesday, May 8th at 3:00 pm. This way, we can inform building staff and should provide you easy entry.
- Please allow for plenty of travel time - there is extensive construction on Adams and Wacker, and accessing the building may be slightly difficult. For detailed transit directions, please visit http://www.transitchicago.com
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 works as a non-profit/small business communications consultant, and contributes to a wide variety of blogs.
Heidi Massey is a nonprofit/community benefit organization specialist. She works with organizations to help them with outreach, diversity, volunteer recruitment/management and program/leadership/staff development.
Vincent McCaskill is an IT Service Professional that consults small business and non-profits on practical and innovative ways to use technology. He also provides technology training services to the same.