The challenges the COVID-19 pandemic brought forth in healthcare, education, social services and the economy have been unprecedented; coupled with social justice movements across the country, the American conscience understands how civic engagement is more important than ever. Access to technology is critical to addressing these concerns and keeping everyone connected.
On August 12th, US Tech Future and local leaders from California and Nevada had a conversation about how their communities are leveraging technology to help manage the challenges of the pandemic and foster civic participation to create positive change.
Watch the full conversation and learn more about our speakers below!
- John D. Trasviña, California Executive Director, Generation Citizen; Human Rights Attorney; and Former Dean, University of San Francisco School of Law
- Fuilala Riley, President and CEO, HELP of Southern Nevada
- Dr. Armond Aghakhanian, Director, East Los Angeles College Foundation