unifying others around the complex issue of raising children in a tech-saturated world

gathering advocates for kids


To empower productive kids means they know how to take advantage of technology in healthy ways for learning, career preparation, positive relationship-building, and community service.


Children can develop internal filters (inoculate = "inner eye") through understanding the risks of technology, such as excessive media use and pornography.


No one can do this alone. The challenges are too great. Working with others, including youth themselves, can multiply efforts for sustainable cultural change.

partner portal

Resources and asynchronous video to help collective impact partners stay connected.


Calendar & Events

December 4

EPIK Alliance Meeting

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EPIK unites people to address the complex issue of raising children in a tech-saturated world. The purpose of this alliance is for cross-sector partners, parents, and youth to work together to discover solutions for empowering a deliberate digital generation. EPIK was created to help facilitate this collaborative effort using a community change framework called collective impact. >>> read more

contact us

273 N. East Capitol Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84103


  • Jan Garbett
  • Victoria Schmidt
  • Stephanie Hibbert


  • Michelle Linford - Collaborative Community Coordination
  • Aubrey Lee - EPIK Back Office Manager
  • Kathy Gowans - Meeting Design and Facilitation Consultant