Session 7 of the 2017 DigCitSummit
This interactive workshop will help us explore how we can EXPAND conversations, collaborations, and community-building toward a more positive, #UseTech4Good culture.
June Holley provides consulting, training and coaching to organizations around the world who are interested in creating healthier networks through a better understanding of self-organization, collaboration, innovation and learning. She has developed face-to-face and virtual training programs and communities of practice for Network Weavers, pioneering in the use of the social web to support network efforts. She is author of the Network Weaver Handbook and is developing a set of web-based modules on networks and self-organizing.
Previously June led the Appalachian Center for Economic Networks (ACEnet), a regional network in Appalachian Ohio that helped more than 1000 lower income residents start up food, artisan and technology businesses and facilitated regional partnerships that led to the formation of hundreds of new cross sector services, projects, and activities.