I hope that you're all staying safe, are taking care of yourselves and your loved ones as you're able, and following the shelter-in-place guidelines in your respective municipalities. It's been a few weeks since the last official newsletter and resource-focused emails went out.
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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.
SFTech4Good Event Tuesday, March 12: Empower Work: Using People + Tech Skills for Good
Join us at Startup Basecamp to learn about Empower Work. They provide confidential support for people facing tough, non-legal work situations. Their volunteers are product managers, designers, engineers, coaches, HR business partners, social workers, career counselors, and other working professionals.