The January convening and “City of Philadelphia” edition of OpenAccessPHL will be this Friday, January 9. The event will feature government employees talking about the various program and initiatives they work on which promote open government, innovation, and civic transformation.
OpenAccessPHL is a network of Philly professionals with an interest in working together to make local government more open, transparent and participatory. The monthly events bring in speakers from a range of sectors, but this will be the first to feature all government officials.
The event will be held at the City of Philadelphia’s Innovation Lab (1401 JFK Blvd, 16th Floor) from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Speakers from the city include:
- Joy Soto – Youth Commission
- Andrew Buss – Office of Innovation & Technology – Innovation Management
- Andy Viren – Parks & Rec
- Lindsay So – Office of Arts, Culture, & the Creative Economy
- Hope Caldwell – Chief Integrity Officer
- Christine Knapp – Water Department
- John Curtis – PhillyStat
- Alex Dews – Mayor’s Office of Sustainability
- Scott Pinkelman – Free Library
Register at EventBrite.
Check out our recap of last month’s OpenAccessPHL convening (which featured our very own Mo Manklang).
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