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.
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.