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Monday, July 31 • 11:45am - 12:15pm
iCivics: From Concept to Scale - 9 Years in the Baking. Why Good Ingredients Matter.

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Justice Sandra Day O’Connor spoke at G4C 9 years ago when iCivics amounted to little more than her vision. Today, iCivics – winner of several awards including FAST Company’s 2017 Top 10 Most Innovative in Education - counts 5 million users and is the largest civic education provider in the country.  The panel will look beneath the frosting to expose the less visible ingredients that made iCivics a success at this time when civics matter more than ever.

Moderators
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Asi Burak

CEO, Power Play
Asi Burak is a veteran of the videogame and tech industries, and an award-winning executive producer. He is currently the CEO of Power Play and also the chairman of Games for Change. He has served as a strategic advisor to organizations like EON Productions (producer of the James... Read More →

Speakers
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Louise Dubé

Executive Director, iCivics
Louise Dubé serves as the Executive Director of iCivics. Inspired by a deep commitment to learning, she has devoted her career to ensuring that all students are prepared for active and thoughtful citizenship and life. Louise began her career as an attorney in Montreal, Canada, and holds a law degree from McGill University, as well as an MBA from Yale University. Louise has been recognized as a Draper, Richards, Kaplan Social Entrepreneur. During her tenure, iCivics won the MacArthur... Read More →
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Daniel Norton

Chief Creative Officer, Filament Games
Dan has been designing learning game and positive impact media for over a decade. He is a co-owner at Filament Games, where he serves as Chief Creative Officer, alongside the miscellaneous duties of being a Founding Partner. | | His design methodology centers on building mode... Read More →


Monday July 31, 2017 11:45am - 12:15pm
Starr Foundation

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