When it comes to using data to engage communities, Stephen Goldsmith knows how to do it from first hand experience. During his time as Deputy Mayor of New York City and two-term Mayor of Indianapolis, Stephen’s innovation and thought leadership changed how many cities, including our own. He is one of the nation’s largest drivers of physical and civic improvement. Now, Stephen is inspiring others to lead the cause as the Daniel Paul Professor of Government at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
Stephen’s book, The Responsive City, is an exploration on how we can use technology to build smart, reactive cities that fulfill the promises of effectiveness and efficiency in our governments. It is widely considered the ultimate resource on civic technology for public officials, government staff, and civic leaders.
Next Wednesday, we are honored to host Stephen Goldsmith as a special guest at the Chicago City Data Users Group. We will be meeting Wednesday, Sep. 2 at 6:00pm in the Microsoft Technology Center.
RSVP now to ensure a spot at this link.