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Wednesday, May 17 • 4:20pm - 5:20pm
Philanthropic Foundations in the Elections Technology Market

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Elections Technology is positioned to become an emerging growth market for advocates and nonprofits. Discover how foundations such as the Hewlett Foundation and Tides engage with organizations working in election technology. What do foundations look for in these types of startups? What trends are they looking to fund? What insights can foundations provide founders interested in this new market?

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Charles Belle

CEO/Founder, Startup Policy Lab
Charles Belle is the founder and CEO of Startup Policy Lab (SPL), a nonprofit that seeks to inform better public policy driven by emergent technology. Charles works in the area of legal informatics – applying technology to collect, organize, manage, and leverage legal informati... Read More →

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Jean Parvin Bordewich

Program Officer, Madison Initiative, Hewlett Foundation
Jean Parvin Bordewich is a Program Officer for the Madison Initiative at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. She manages a portfolio of grants related to U.S. democracy reform, with a particular emphasis on strengthening the institution of Congress and reform of electoral s... Read More →
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Amanda Keton

General Counsel, Tides
As Tides General Counsel, Amanda keeps Tides in legal compliance, oversees Tides grantmaking operations, and manages organizational risk so our partners can focus on making social change. Amanda also serves as Managing Director for The Advocacy Fund, the 501(c)(4) entity in the T... Read More →

Wednesday May 17, 2017 4:20pm - 5:20pm
UC Hastings Room A 198 McAllister Street San Francisco CA 94102