Beyond Networking: How to Make Friends and Influence People at Netroots Nation 2012

Beyond Networking: How to Make Friends and Influence People at Netroots Nation 2012

Session Type(s): Training

Starts: Thursday, Jun. 7 10:30 AM

Ends: Thursday, Jun. 7 11:45 AM

Room: 551

We’re here to help. At this interactive training, you’ll learn how to navigate the action-packed schedule of Netroots Nation, how to survive on two hours of sleep (and still be alert for a day of panels!) and how to make genuine, lasting connections with the other fantastic folks gathered here in Providence. Best of all, you’ll get an early start on networking!

Trainers

John Brougher

John Brougher

John is an actor and filmmaker from Los Angeles, and also serves as the head consultant for Brougher Strategies, a communications and media strategy firm. Before starting his own firm, he served as Chief Operating Officer for ShareProgress Inc., Chief Technology Officer for NARAL Pro-Choice America, the political arm of the pro-choice movement, and Chief Technology Officer for the Wendy Davis for Governor campaign, and has been working with technology and communications for over a decade. In the past, John has worked with a variety of progressive campaigns and organizations, including NGP VAN, Salsa Labs, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), and the Democratic Governors Association (DGA). John has been a New Leaders Council (NLC), Democracy for America (DFA) and New Organizing Institute (NOI) trainer, has served as a speaker for many conferences and panels, and his work appears in a variety of outlets around the world.

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Karlo Marcelo

karlo.marcelo

Karlo is an economist (Michigan, MPP; Maryland, BA), and brings to the Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles a unique skill-set of research, communications, finance, management, and fundraising. He earned his political reputation as the country’s youth vote expert during the 2006 and 2008 elections while working at CIRCLE. Since then he’s worked at The Aspen Institute, where he expanded their donor communications, and at the Truman National Security Project, directing a nationwide program expansion to promote the 4-D approach – where America leverages its Defense, Diplomatic, Development and Democratic engagement tools to lead towards a safer, more prosperous world.

In addition to his role at The Fund, he is a Contributor with The Economist Intelligence Unit – providing business insight consulting to the world’s top companies – and a board member of the L.A. River Public Art Project.

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