November is a big month for nonprofits — it's their last moment to prepare before the year-end fundraising push. So I recommend that NetSquared organizers schedule their next event before #GivingTuesday (on December 3 this year) which allows them to take advantage of the buzz, making event promotion easier!
Wednesday, October 30th Blockchain for Good 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm PT
Join us on October 30th at Slalom for a panel on Blockchain for Good.
The panel will discuss how blockchain is being used for social change. The discussion will touch: accessibility, negative impact on social impact issues, good and bad aspects of deploying blockchain for good, and policy considerations.
There will also be time for questions.
Moderator: Daisy Ozim, Founder of Resilient Wellness and RSA Research Fellow
Thom Ivy, Commonwealth Labs, Chief of Staff at Commonwealth Labs
Xochitl Cazador, Strategy + Operations executive passionate about Social Impact and Blockchain, Celo
Our Host: Slalom is a modern consulting firm focused on strategy, technology, and business transformation. This event will be proudly co-sponsored by Slalom’s Technology Enablement Practice and Slalom.org in San Francisco. Slalom.org strengthens the communities in which we live and work through positive impact in meaningful ways.
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