Inclusive Collaboration Spaces: What If?
Co-working and collaboration spaces were built to bring together entrepreneurs to support creative, innovative communities. But what if these spaces could not only be designed to support new ventures, but address the broader challenges like mobility, displaced workers, digital inclusion and equipping workers with 21st century skills and community vitality? What if technology and collaboration were not the end result, but the start of something greater? Leading experts on mobility, technology, digital inclusion and the future of work will discuss how to strengthen communities through collaborative spaces and the right programming and mobility support and demonstrate the impact they are already having.
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- Innovators will explain how co-working and collaborative spaces are evolving to address community impact and bring people together.
- Explore new models for inclusive access to co-working and collaboration studios.
- Learn about the new research that will be released in March 2019 on how mobility is hurting low-income workers and solutions being sought.
- Diana Bucco, President, Buhl Foundation
- Juan Garrett, Executive Director, Riverside Center for Innovation
- Adam Paulisick, Chief Product Officer and Adjunct Professor (Carnegie Mellon Tepper School of Business), MAYA, a BCG Company
- Lee Branstetter, Director, Future of Work Initiative, Carnegie Mellon University, H. John Heinz III College, School of Public Policy and Management
Christine Jereb, Sr. Manager, Community Impact, Comcast NBCUniversal