NYC School of Data 2018 Schedule
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LOCATIONTime2 Floor
Theater (120)
Recorded / Live Streamed
2nd Floor
Ideas Cafe
2nd Floor
Boardroom (35 - 40)
Recorded
2nd Floor Open Space6th Floor [Accelerator Space]
HackHall Workshop (15 - 20)
6th Floor [Accelerator space]
HackHall
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Breakfast9:00 - 10:00BREAKFAST{ CLOSED }
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Opening Session10:00 - 10:15Kickoff and introduction to the day!{ CLOSED }Main Stage Overflow Room{ CLOSED }
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Opening Session10:15 - 10:20Introduction to Rise New York
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Opening Session10:20 - 10:25Introduction to the VIPs
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Opening Session10:30 - 10:40Adrienne Schmoeker
NYC Mayor's Office of Data Analytics
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Opening Session10:40 - 10:50Miguel Gamino
NYC's Chief Technology Officer
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Opening Session10:50 - 11:00Council Member Peter Koo
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Opening Session11:00 - 11:10Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer
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Opening Session11:10 - 11:15Kickoff closing and day's logistics
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Session 111:30 - 12:30NYC Planning: the future of open source & digital service design

NYC Planning
Oversight + mapping = advocating for a healthy internet at the local level hosted by Mozilla Foundation & BetaNYC

Teresa Basilio, New America
Amira Dhalla, Mozilla
Meghan McDermott, Mozilla
Lauren Rennee, BetaNYC
People's Roadmap IdeationHackhall workshop - NYC DOITT GIS / mapping NYC 311 with open source tools developed by the city

Tim Keane, NYC DoITT City-wide GIS
1. Contribute to 18F Projects
2. Truth in Broadband User Testing with The Mayor's Office of the Chief Technology Officer (NYC CTO)
3. NY Attorney General's Office and Progressive Hacknight: Tools to address the opioid crisis
4. Keeping Track Online: Over 100 Indicators on the Status of New York City's Children with Citizens' Committee for Children of New York
5. NYPL Connections Data Liberation with Streetlives
6. Refugeelibraries.org with Urban Librarians Unite
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LUNCH12:30 - 1:30{ Networking Lunch }

Food is served on the second and sixth floor. Please check out the hack hall on the sixth floor!
1. NYC DOITT GIS
2. Truth in Broadband User Testing with The Mayor's Office of the Chief Technology Officer (NYC CTO)
3. Meet NYC Dept of City Planning Labs Projects
4. User testing and features development with StreetMix
5. NYPL Connections Data Liberation with Streetlives
6. Refugeelibraries.org with Urban Librarians Unite
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Session 21:45 - 2:45Civic Engagement in NYC: the landscape and where we’re headed with the Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics

Elana Shneyer, Elana Shneyer Strategies
Mike Ward, Democracy Works
Joel Castillo, NYC Records
Adrienne Schmoeker, NYC Mayor's Office of Data Analytics
Networking CafeWorkshop - Consensus-building Methods for Tackling NYC Issues

Darshana Narayanan: Talk to NYC, CC, Polis, g0v
CS: Talk to NYC, CC, Polis, g0v
Liz Barry: Public Lab, CC, g0v
People's Roadmap IdeationHackhall workshop - NYC Planning & future of PLUTO1. NYC DOITT GIS
2. Sunlight Foundation - U.S. City Open Data Census
3. NYC Dept of City Planning Labs
4. User testing and features development with StreetMix
5. NYPL Connections Data Liberation with Streetlives
6. Refugeelibraries.org with Urban Librarians Unite
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Session 33:00 - 4:00Discriminnovation & the future of NYC's Open Algorithm Law

Rashida Richardson, NYCLU
Cynthia Conti-Cook, Legal Aid Society
Hon. James "Jimmy" Vacca, Queens College & Former New York City Council Member
Reducing the Anxiety of NYC Middle School Applications:
Helping families explore options through open data and peer networks

The Public Good
Tricia Davies - founder/CEO
Jeremy Blumenfeld - software engineer
Sam Gass - data analyst
TBD: representative from NYC DOE office of Middle School admissions.
People's Roadmap IdeationHackhall workshop - BetaNYC's Intro to BoardStat & Data Journey

Emily Goldman, BetaNYC
Alex Curtis, BetaNYC
1. The Grid with Amy Hua
2. Sunlight Foundation - U.S. City Open Data Census
3. Refugeelibraries.org with Urban Librarians Unite
4. Bike Me, a map that visualizes open data that relates to cyclists and pedestrians
5. NYPL Connections Data Liberation with Streetlives
6. Refugeelibraries.org with Urban Librarians Unite
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Session 44:15 - 5:15Civic Service Design with NYC.gov's Civic Service Design Studio

Mayors Office for Economic Opportunity
Tim Reitzes
Mari Nakano
Song Hia
Devon Hirth
Libraries: your partner in safeguarding privacy

Nate Hill, METRO Library Council, moderator
Jeffrey Lambert, Queens Library
Nick Higgins, Brooklyn Public Library
Davis Erin Anderson, METRO Library Council
People's Roadmap IdeationHackHall workshop - how to build data literacy though building data journeys.

Emily Goldman, BetaNYC
Tim McDermott, BetaNYC
1. The Grid with Amy Hua
2. Sunlight Foundation - U.S. City Open Data Census
3. TalkTo.NYC & Pol.is demo
4. Bike Me, a map that visualizes open data that relates to cyclists and pedestrians
5. Hacking a Smart City Together
6. { OPEN }
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Closing5:30 - 6:30Closing townhall on the future of
civic tech in New York City
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