Tech in the Commons: A Toolkit for Place-Based Nonprofits
About
By Generocity Editor Julie Zeglen

Julie Zeglen is the editor of Generocity, the social impact news site within local news and events group Technically Media. She oversees the daily editorial content as well as social media and special projects for the brand. Previously, she worked as managing editor of a community newsweekly serving Philadelphia’s River Wards neighborhoods.

The majority of the reporting for this ebook was done by Zeglen and edited by Editorial Director Christopher Wink. The accompanying event series was produced by Wink and Marketing Manager Jeanette Lloyd.

Knight Foundation is a partner and supporter of the Tech in the Commons event series that helped inform this publication. Select members of their team had early access to this content but, as always, Generocity editorial staff had final say on its content.

Thanks to these experts for presenting during the series:

  • Mike Boston and Tim Reeves, Allen & Gerritsen
  • Stephen Rapp, Lauren Hughes and Rebecca Cureton, Arden Theatre Company
  • Nicholas Whitaker, Google
  • Jon Kaufman, Media in Neighborhoods Group
  • Gary Dann, The Boom Room
  • Laura Deutch and Jeffrey Bethea, PhillyCAM
  • Clayton McNeil, Greater Philadelphia Virtual and Augmented Reality Group
  • Kristina Jenkins, Visit Philadelphia
  • Nick Jushchyshyn and Mashaal Syed, Drexel University

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