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星期四, 9月 01, 2016

SPARK BOSTON TO HOLD "CHIEF CHAT" WITH BOSTON'S CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER AND CHIEF DIGITAL OFFICER

SPARK BOSTON TO HOLD "CHIEF CHAT" WITH BOSTON'S CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER AND CHIEF DIGITAL OFFICER
BOSTON - Wednesday, August 31, 2016 - On Thursday, September 1st, SPARK Boston will host its second "Chief Chat," focused on how the City of Boston implements digital tools to make City government more welcoming, beautiful and user-friendly.

The Chief Chat will be held at Bill's Bar in Fenway, and moderated by John Gordon, Chief Digital Officer for Current by GE. Boston's Chief Information Officer Jascha Franklin-Hodge and Chief Digital Officer Lauren Lockwood will discuss their work to integrate innovative technology into City government, including launching the new Boston.gov website.

The event is free and open to the public. Attendees are encouraged to pre-register on EventBrite, but walk-ins are welcome.  

SPARK Boston works to facilitate ongoing conversations between City leadership and Boston's millennial population. Chief Chats are a series of events where City officials and young adult residents come together in a social setting to engage in dialogue about improving our city together. To learn more about the Chief Chat series, visit the SPARK website.

Chief Chats are sponsored by SPARK Boston, a City-led program that fosters engagement between the City of Boston and its millennial population. SPARK Boston works to engage young people in planning Boston's future, setting priorities and addressing City issues.

WHEN:     

Thursday, September 1, 2016
 6:00PM - 8:00PM

WHERE: 

Bill's Bar
Fenway/Kenmore
5 Lansdowne Street, Boston, MA 02215

WHO:   
          
Boston's Chief Information Officer Jascha Franklin-Hodge
Boston's Chief Digital Officer Lauren Lockwood
Chief Digital Officer for Current by GE John Gordon