DisruptDC Monthly Call
October 12, 2017
Join our monthly call to hear about our ongoing efforts to win government reform and other interesting developments in the field. This month, we are honored to host Michael Porter from Harvard Business School and Katherine Gehl, former CEO of Gehl Foods, to discuss their recent report on the economic implications of our dysfunctional political environment: Why Competition in the Politics Industry is Failing America. Professor Porter is one of the world’s most influential business advisers, and Ms. Gehl is committed to ensuring that business leaders make a difference as advocates for better government.
6th Annual Sustainable Business Summit
October 22–24, 2017 | Washington, D.C.
Organized by the American Sustainable Business Council
Sarah Bonk will join an October 23rd panel discussion on making government work better.
The Age of the Individual: 500 Years Ago Today
October 31, 2017 | New York, NY
Organized by the Center on Capitalism and Society
Charles Kolb will chair a discussion on individualism, humanities, and education.
Stay tuned for more information about our early 2018 Capitalism & Government event in NYC!
50 State Solution Convening
January 25–26, 2017 | San Francisco, California
Organized by California Forward
Unrig the System: A Meeting of Nonpartisan Reformers
April 7–8, 2017 | Kansas City, MO
The 2017 Global Election Technology Summit
May 17–18, 2017 | San Francisco, CA
Organized by Startup Policy Lab. Co-sponsored by DisruptDC.
Co-Founder Sarah Bonk moderated a panel discussion about design and innovation in elections and civic tech.
National Institute of Money in State Politics Annual Convening
June 1–4, 2017 | Bigfork, Montana
Organized by the National Institute of Money in State Politics
CEO Charles Kolb participated in a panel discussion about fresh approaches to political reform.
3rd Annual Civic & Gov Tech Showcase
September 13, 2017 | San Jose, California
Organized by Innovate Your State
DisruptDC hosted a showcase booth at the event.