Nonprofits in Latino Communities Bridging the Technology Divide

When:  Feb 13, 2018 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (PT)
Associated with  Member Events

Join us for a dynamic conversation with nonprofit leaders working in Latino communities!

– How their organizations are addressing urgent issues through the use of technology as an outreach tool
– Their expanding roles as technology advocates and teachers
– How they are addressing safety and privacy concerns as people embrace technology on a deeper level.

From reaching the hard-to-reach, to bilingual communications, and finding a balance between outreach and protecting constituents, they’ll highlight their learnings and insights from work with audiences including day laborers and street food vendors.

Panelists:
Maegan E. Ortiz, Executive Director, Instituto de Educacion Popular del Sur de California (IDEPSCA)
Alejandra Garcia, Associate, LURN
Rocío López, Latino L.A. Specialist, Los Angeles, Common Sense Latino

Moderator: Norma E. Fernandez, Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships, EveryoneOn

Networking 6:30, panel starts at 7:00

Getting there: Spaces is located on the 2nd floor of Building 1 (777 S Alameda St) which has the Cafe Dulce Dos on Floor 1. Once inside, take the elevators to the 2nd floor. Paid parking is available in the parking garage at 767 S Alameda, entered from Alameda St + Center St or on Alameda St + Bay St.

 

Location

Spaces - The Row
777 South Alameda Street, 2nd floor
Los Angeles, CA 90021
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