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Wednesday, April 3 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Advocating for Smart Cities that Benefit Everyone

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Without intentional effort, smart city initiatives can easily only benefit the most connected community members. This panel will discuss smart city initiatives that address connectivity within the frame of smart cities and efforts to address the barriers disadvantaged community members have to participate in smart city projects.

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Catherine Crago

Head of Strategic Initiatives & Resource Development, Housing Authority of the City of Austin
Let's talk about public-private partnerships, sustainability, metrics, smart cities and funding! Eager to hear about your most successful digital inclusion programming - from branding, promoting, monitoring and measuring results.Catherine began her career in the semiconductor industry... Read More →


Veronica Creech

City of Raleigh

Clayton Banks

CEO, Silicon Harlem

Denise Riedl

Chief Innovation Officer, City of South Bend