CityCamp Raleigh Agenda for Friday, June 1

Here is the agenda for CityCamp Raleigh, Friday, June 1 from 12pm – 5:30pm at Vintage 21′s West Campus at 117 S West St (map). Walk-up registrations are welcome. Registration is free, seating is limited. Be sure to vote on your favorite ideas.

  • 12:00 PM – Registration, lunch and networking
  • 1:00 PM – Welcome to CityCamp Raleigh 2012 – Jason Hibbets, Planning Co-Chair CityCamp Raleigh, Red Hat
    • An introduction to the weekend from the CityCamp Raleigh team
    • Lightning talk: The path to the open source city
  • 1:15 PM Inspiration from team “Open Up” – Jason Horne, CityCamper, team “Open Up”
    • Let’s hear from last year’s winning team
  • 1:30-2:45 PM – Government perspective panel
    • Lori Bush, Cary Town Council At-Large Representative
    • Charles Duncan, Editor, Raleigh Public Record
    • Andy Krzmarzick, Community Manager, GovLoop
    • Gail Roper, Raleigh Chief Information and Community Relations Officer, City of Raleigh

Moderated by Mary-Ann Baldwin, Raleigh City Council, At Large

  • 3:00-4:15 PM – Business perspective panel
    • DeLisa Alexander, Chief People Officer, Red Hat
    • Jimmy Goodmon, VP/GM, Capitol Broadcasting New Media Company (WRAL)
    • Heather LaGarde, Technology and Innovation Advisor, IntraHealth International & IntraHealth OPEN
    • Matt Miszewski – SVP, Global Public Sector,

Moderated by James Sauls, Center for Economic Development

  • 4:30 PM – Lightning talks (5 minutes each)
    •  Jeff Mooney, SeeClickFix
    •  Kevin Curry, Code For America
    •  Todd Barr, Alfresco
    •  Reid Serozi, Triangle Wiki
    •  Charles Mangin, Pressure Pen
    •  Mary Ann Baldwin, Innovate Raleigh
    •  Matt Tomasulo, Walk Raleigh/Walk [Your City]

Moderated by Ryan Boyles, Ignite Raleigh

  • 5:30 PM – Happy Hour at Union Tavern sponsored by Downtown Raleigh Alliance

3 thoughts on “CityCamp Raleigh Agenda for Friday, June 1

  1. AvatarTams Wright

    Hi Jason – I am a NC native and NCState graduate (Go Pack!). I’m currrently the Executive Director for a community development non profit here in Lakeland, FL. We are Lakeland Vision and we are currently researching the idea of hosting a CityCamp event. I’ve got a great deal of local interest. Any suggestions on best practices/tips for a first time event? Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thank you, Tams Wright.

      1. AvatarTams Wright

        Jason – this is very helpful information. Thank you so much! Like you, I am also more skilled in project management and have a passion for engaging our community. So I love your perspective on approaching this project. I am doing mostly meetups and idea gathering sessions this summer and will make final decision in August for a CityCampLakeland later in the year. Thanks again. I’ll keep in touch and we will see you on twitter. -Tams


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