KnightFoundationNavIconThe Knight Foundation seventh annual Media Learning Seminar gathers philanthropic and media leaders Feb. 16-18, 2014 to explore how to localize the latest trends in news and information. The event is specifically for community foundations, place-based foundations and media organizations looking to develop partners to bring information to their communities…
 
Opening government: From data to action
Moderator: Alberto Ibargüen
Speakers: Waldo Jaquith, U.S. Open Data Institute (@waldojaquith); Daniel X. O’Neil, Executive Director, Smart Chicago Collaborative; Hon. Karen Freeman-Wilson, Mayor, Gary, Indiana
Suggested resources: Case Studies: How Four Community Information Projects Went From Idea to Impact; Opportunities for Leadership: Meeting Community Information Needs

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Transformative leadership: Communities and journalism
Michael Maness, Vice President, Journalism and Media Innovation, Knight Foundation
David Bornstein, Co-founder, Solutions Journalism Network

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Design Studio for Social Intervention Recap & What’s new, what’s next
Bahia Ramos and Susan Patterson, KCIC Co-Directors, Knight Foundation
& Amy Webb, Founder, Webbmedia Group

 

Welcome & Plenary Session
Seven years ago, a lifetime in the information arena
Moderator:Alberto Ibargüen, President, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation (@ibarguen)
Speakers: Chris J. Daggett, President and CEO, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation (@ChrisJDaggett); Emmett Carson, CEO, Silicon Valley Community Foundation (@emmettcarson); Kelly Ryan, CEO, Incourage Community Foundation.

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Strengthening communities: The case for talent, opportunity and place
Carol Coletta, Vice President, Community and National Initiatives, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

 

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