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Tuesday, May 15
 

9:00am

Coffee Collider Networking Event
Limited Capacity full
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Give your business (and network) a boost by colliding with other Boulder Professionals. Share your 1 minute story round-robin style with the group (who you are, what you're working on, what you can offer, and what you need), and then make impactful connections.

Tuesday May 15, 2018 9:00am - 10:00am
Impact Hub 1877 Broadway #100, Boulder, CO 80302

10:30am

Profits for Nonprofits & Social Enterprises
Limited Capacity full
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The lines between business and nonprofits are blurring as impact investing grows and funders want to see financial sustainability in nonprofit planning. Explore the resources you already have to start a social enterprise or begin generating income within your organization! 

Speakers
avatar for Caryn Capriccioso

Caryn Capriccioso

Co-founder / Principal, interSector Partners, L3C
avatar for Neal Lurie

Neal Lurie

President, Resource Central
Neal is a social entrepreneur with more than 20 years of leadership experience in Fortune 500, nonprofit, and grassroots organizations. He is President of the high-impact nonprofit Resource Central, which helps more than 70,000 people conserve natural resources. Previously, as executive... Read More →
avatar for Isabel McDevitt

Isabel McDevitt

CEO, Bridge House Ready to Work
Isabel McDevitt is the CEO of Bridge House – a Boulder, CO-based nonprofit committed to solving homelessness one person at a time. Since joining Bridge House in March of 2012, Isabel founded the Ready to Work program which breaks expensive cycles of homelessness, joblessness and... Read More →


Tuesday May 15, 2018 10:30am - 11:30am
Impact Hub 1877 Broadway #100, Boulder, CO 80302

1:00pm

Emerging Technologies for Social/Environmental Impact (VR, Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, etc.)
Limited Capacity seats available

How can we use tech for positive impact? Imagine a future where we can empathize through VR experience, and fund impact projects through cryptocurrency. Join this future-focused conversation and discover what you need to know, to stay up to speed and leverage even more global impact through tech.

Moderators
avatar for Hannah Davis

Hannah Davis

Hannah cares deeply about community and the power to create positive impact in the world through business. She is the Program Manager at the Techstars Sustainability Accelerator in partnership with The Nature Conservancy in Denver Colorado. Techstars is the worldwide network that... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Layne Hubbard

Layne Hubbard

Founder and Director, Mindscribe
Layne is a PhD student in computer science, a former preschool teacher, and the founder of MindScribe, an award-winning research and design studio building tools for early childhood. MindScribe combines robotics, arts, and craft to support preliterate children in developing their... Read More →
avatar for Christopher Lessard

Christopher Lessard

Business Development, Bolder Games
Tuba Player, Teacher, Business Development, and Gamer.Former teacher now handling business development at Bolder Games. Passionate about how technology impacts both young and old learners.
avatar for Robert A MacNaughton

Robert A MacNaughton

Co-Founder & CEO, The Integral Center
Robert's career has spanned from traditional engineering tech, to focusing more on the developments in behavioral, cultural, and psycho-spiritual technologies. This led him to an Integral approach to emergence that tracks how objective (behavioral/systemic) innovations correlate with... Read More →
avatar for Kylen Mcclintick

Kylen Mcclintick

Proof of Impact, Flux & Blockchain for Sustainable Development
I am a passionate proponent for integrating positive social and environmental impact into the next wave of Blockchain based economic systems.He is the Co-Director at Blockchain for Sustainable Development, and the Product Manager at FluxIoT where he is designing a Proof of Impact... Read More →


Tuesday May 15, 2018 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Boulder Theater 2032 14th Street, Boulder, CO 80302

2:00pm

Content Operations 101: Building Content that Inspires
Limited Capacity seats available

What are the building blocks of a content strategy that inspire your audience to take action? This interactive workshop will guide you through defining your key personas, identifying a strategic focus to guide your efforts, and repurposing and reusing content to get the most out of your investment.

Our Speakers for this event are: Bricelyn Jones and Paralee Walls of Kapost

Speakers
avatar for Bricelyn Jones

Bricelyn Jones

Product Manager, Kapost
avatar for Paralee Walls

Paralee Walls

Director of Digital Marketing and Content Operations, Kapost
An educator at heart, Paralee is dedicated to building a marketing operation that matters. That means designing digital experiences for every customer that engage, delight, and inform with the right content at right time. She is a guest lecturer for the Digital Creative Institute... Read More →



Tuesday May 15, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Boulder Theater 2032 14th Street, Boulder, CO 80302

3:00pm

Agile + KPIs for Social Impact Companies and Nonprofits
Limited Capacity seats available

Measuring your impact using a data-driven mindset can amplify your understanding of your mission and help communicate your work to stakeholders. Come learn simple tricks for implementing agile processes and metrics tracking to your org.

Speakers
avatar for Kate Catlin

Kate Catlin

Product Manager, CircleCI
Kate Catlin is a Product Manager of Developer Experience at CircleCI, where she is leading the redesign and overhaul of the internal app UI. CircleCI is a continuous integration and delivery platform helping teams release quality code, faster.Kate is formerly the Founder of Find My... Read More →
avatar for Micah Mador

Micah Mador

Engagement Manager, Foundry Group
Micah is a technology enthusiast who loves using, working with, learning and teaching technology. He currently works at Foundry Group - a VC firm that invests in technology companies throughout the US and Canada and also invest in the next generation of venture capital fund managers... Read More →
avatar for Jeff Orlowski

Jeff Orlowski

Director and Producer, Chasing Coral
The quick summary? I've been doing photography since I was about 10, entered the world offilmmaking in college, and have been loving it ever since. Specialties: documentary and narrativedirecting, documentary and narrative cinematography, commercial work and advertising.
avatar for Tammi M. S.

Tammi M. S.

Experience in four digital media start-ups, launched and managed open innovation and crowdsourcing program for the U.S., won Harvard Innovations award for Challenge.gov. Today, bringing biz-ops strategies and processes to nonprofits where I love working in community. Wrote a book... Read More →
avatar for Chrissy Sollenberger

Chrissy Sollenberger

Social entrepreneurship & nonprofit professional, Techstars Foundation, Joyride Collective


Tuesday May 15, 2018 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Boulder Theater 2032 14th Street, Boulder, CO 80302

4:00pm

A Socratic Seminar on: Demographics, Technology, and Social Impact in Boulder
Limited Capacity seats available

A Socratic seminar style discussion.
Though Boulder itself is a leading competitor in the tech arena, not all of its citizens can say the same. Plenty of demographics are isolated from the benefits of advancing technologies, whether that be due to language barriers, economic barriers, or otherwise. Many city planners and community organizers (like Code For Boulder) are focusing on this very issue in Boulder, and it would be interesting to see what common threads could be exposed through a forum like this.

Speakers

Tuesday May 15, 2018 4:00pm - 5:15pm
Boulder Theater 2032 14th Street, Boulder, CO 80302
 
Wednesday, May 16
 

5:00pm

Prototyping the Future of Boulder + Demo Happy Hour
Limited Capacity full
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Do you want to prototype the future of Boulder with local community leaders during Boulder Startup Week? Are you hungry to work across sectors, connecting with some of Boulder's leading innovators? Do you want to gain clarity on your mission, who you're serving, and and how to transform challenge into opportunity?
Impact Hub Boulder and Boulder.Earth are committed to helping create an innovative and inclusive future with the City of Boulder around Climate Action and this is the event to learn about our progress and to share input!
Come to the Prototyping for Social Impact Workshop + Demo Happy Hour event at Boulder Startup Week featuring: Communities for Change!
This prototyping workshop will give you the tools too:
  1. Learn about current prototypes being created around the theme of Climate Action from Communities for Change participants.
  2. Apply prototyping tools to a project you're passionate about.
  3. Build something your audience can interact with.
  4. Build a prototype in less than 1 hour.
  5. Let go of perfectionism!
We will integrate the prototypes generated in the workshop with the prototypes that local innovators participating in the Communities for Change Climate Action Incubator program have been working on over the last 3 months. We will also be collaborating with Boulder.Earth to make sure that these stories are captured and shared with the ever-expanding community of people passionate about creating impact here in Boulder (and beyond).
Additionally, we will explore possibilities for future collaboration between the initiatives that folks at the Hub will be shepherding into the future, with potential for individuals attending the event to join the teams working on these new social + environmental change prototypes.
Plus: booze, snacks and a chance to co-create the future we want to see in Boulder. What more could you want?
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The Communities for Change Climate Action Incubator Program is a year-long social change course and incubator that brings together diverse stakeholders across sectors and social divides to build collaborative solutions to local challenges. Our first program is focused on taking community-wide action to co-create a more climate resilient and inclusive Boulder. Participants in our program are currently co-creating prototypes focused on: Creating an 'Innovation District' in Boulder, Affordable Housing, Community Organizing, Serving and Empowering Boulder's Underserved Community, and model neighborhood completely aligned with the full-systems innovations necessary to reverse climate change. Learn more about the program and how you can get involved now!
Boulder.Earth is an innovative online portal that fosters collaboration and connectivity for an increased impact on climate change here in Boulder by aggregating the hundreds of different organizations, events, and ways to take action in a "one-stop-shop" style site. The goal of this dynamic, grassroots site is to highlight Boulder’s robust eco-social-justice community in a chance to see our diverse, collective work highlighted in one place, held under one roof. Artists, activists, scientists, entrepreneurs, faith groups, on and on. Visit the website and learn more here.
 

Wednesday May 16, 2018 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Impact Hub 1877 Broadway #100, Boulder, CO 80302
 
Thursday, May 17
 

12:00pm

Applying Obama Administration Best Practices in Colorado
Limited Capacity seats available

Hear from former Obama Administration White House staff on the best practices and lessons learned from serving in D.C. and how they are applying that to their current work in academia and local government. Learn more about what it's really like to work in the White House and how those experiences can be used to make Colorado even more innovative.

Speakers
avatar for Matthew McAllister

Matthew McAllister

Smart City Project Manager, City and County of Denver
Matthew McAllister currently serves as the Smart City Project Manager for the City and County of Denver, piloting connected vehicle technology to allow city infrastructure and vehicles to communicate, reducing congestion. Matthew served in several positions across the Obama Administration... Read More →
avatar for Erin Szulman

Erin Szulman

Associate Director, Project X-ITE at the University of Denver
Erin Szulman currently serves as the Associate Director of Project X-ITE, a cross-disciplinary community at the University of Denver that supports the next generation of entrepreneurial thinkers through collaborative events, experiential programming, and strategic global partnerships... Read More →


Thursday May 17, 2018 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Riverside 1724 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80302
 


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