The Event for Academic & Government Collaborations

Join us for a showcase of government and academic teams using applied research to offer solutions to the critical issues that communities face.

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A Half-Day Knowledge Exchange

Join us for a mix of keynotes, project presentations, and panels that delve into the latest insights from newly formed government academic partnerships.

Morning
Tuesday, June 8th 10:00 AM PDT

HOST
Kamran Saddique
Co-CEO & Founder

Kamran founded City Innovate in 2015 with a mission to help governments solve problems through collaboration with the private sector. Kamran has been a serial entrepreneur for more than 12 years, on three continents. He will guide the morning session which consists of project presentations followed by in-depth panel discussions and an audience Q&A session.

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Afternoon
Tuesday, June 8th 12:45 PM PDT

HOST
Jay Nath
Co-CEO & Founder

Jay created STIR in 2013 while serving as the first Chief Innovation Officer of San Francisco, where he worked for more than a decade. In that role he was named an Obama White House Champion of Change and established the Mayor’s Office of Civic Innovation. He will guide the afternoon session which consists of project presentations followed by in-depth panel discussions and an audience Q&A session.

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Keynote Speakers

Experts and veterans in the field of government academic partnerships

Cori Zarek
Executive Director of the Beeck Center for Social Impact + Innovation
Georgetown University
Tom Kalil
Chief Innovation Officer
Schmidt Futures
Ben Flores
Assistant Deputy Director, Statewide Technology Procurement
California Department of Technology
David Corman
Program Director
National Science Foundation

Panelists

30+ members from 16 government-academic teams will share their projects and what they've learned

Alberto Garcia
Senior Research Scientist
West Virginia University HCI Laboratory
Alex Pan
Ph.D. Candidate
UC Berkeley
Amber Johnson
Assistant Professor, Department of Health Science
California State University at Long Beach
Andy Potter
Assistant Professor
Chico State University
Aubree Taylor
Innovation Program Technician
City of Sacramento’s Office of Innovation and Economic Development
Austin Harrison
Visiting Instructor
Rhodes College
Cameron Law
Executive Director
Carlsen Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Sacramento State
Chris Tyson
President & Chief Executive Officer
Build Baton Rouge
Christine Murray
Ph.D., Director
UNC Greensboro Center for Youth, Family, and Community Partnerships (CYFCP)
Christy Leffall
Regional Planner
ABAG/MTC
Cinthia Zacarias
MSBA Student
San Francisco State University
Danielle Song
Decision Sciences Research Lab
Boston University’s Metropolitan College
Darton Ito
Director of Innovation - Planning
SFMTA
Felicia Harris
Administrator, Planning & Policy Department
City of Memphis Housing and Community Development
Gwendolyn Manning
Preventive Health Leader
City of Long Beach Department of Health and Human Service
Iris Ware
Chief Learning Officer
City of Detroit Office of Talent Development and Performance Management
Jason Keller
Ph.D.; Professor of Environmental Science & Policy
Chapman University
Jesse Biroscak
Product Manager Digital Services
MBTA
Jessica Trounstine
Professor and Department Chair of Political Science
UC Merced
Kathleen McConnell
Professor of Communication Studies
San José State University
Laura Buzo
Recreation Superintendent
City of San Jose - Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services
Lauren Hawkins
Recreation Program Specialist
City of San Jose - Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services
Liz Camacho
Economic Development and Communications
City of Santa Fe
Luciano C. Oviedo
Technology Strategy Researcher
Warwick Business School
Mairi Albertson
Deputy Director
City of Memphis Housing and Community Development
Manny Patole
Project Manager
NYU Marron Institute of Urban Management
Manuel Montoya
Associate Professor
University of New Mexico Anderson School of Management
Raimundo Rodulfo
Chief Innovation Officer, Director of Information Technology
City of Coral Gables
Ramya Sankar
Innovation Technology Analyst
City of San Leandro
Rhia Pape
Research & Development
City of San Antonio Office of Innovation
Saiph Savage
Director and Assistant Professor
Civic Innovation Lab at Northeastern University
Shalini Gopalkrishnan
Visiting Professor
Menlo College
Taylor Nelson
Division Manager - Community Outreach and Support
City of West Sacramento
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CEO of Daltry
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