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Friday, March 6 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Rural Tech: Strategies to Support Nonprofits in Rural Communities with Technology Adoption - #15NTCruraltech

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Rural communities have their own set of unique challenges when it comes to adopting technology. ZeroDivide will share best practices that support rural nonprofits organizations in adopting tech solutions to support community organizing efforts, civic journalism, and increased access to broadband.

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Silvia Paz

Director, Building Healthy Communities ECV
Silvia Paz is a public policy professional who has called the Coachella Valley home since childhood. After graduating summa cum laude from the University of San Diego, she returned to teach at Coachella Valley High School. During her years teaching, she fostered partnerships with members of the community and city officials to effect the building of a skate park in the City of Coachella. Soon after, Mrs. Paz moved to Massachusetts to obtain a... Read More →
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Mike Rubio

Program Director, Zero Divide
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Tatiana Vizcaino-Stewart

Hub Manager for Building Healthy Communities, United Way of Merced County
I was born and raised in MĂ©xico City until the age of eighteen, when I moved to California with my family. I have a B.A. Degree in International Relations and a Comparative Literature Minor (English/Spanish) from UC Davis (1993) and a M.A. in English/TESOL (2005). I have worked over 14 years with funded projects by The California Endowment (TCE) at Healthy House, a local community-based organization where I led a nationally recognized... Read More →

Friday March 6, 2015 1:30pm - 3:00pm

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