Moneyballing Government

Mission City Ballroom
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Code for America fellows have been tackling not only the promise of
data in America’s cities, but the reality of the challenges, for the
past two years. In February 2013, six new fellows will be working on
our hardest problem yet: using data to unclog the criminal justice
system in Louisville and New York City. If the public sector can
innovate using data, and results benefit us all.

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Jennifer Pahlka

Code for America

Jennifer Pahlka is the founder and executive director of Code for
America, which is dedicated to the idea that government can work for
the people, by the people, in the 21st century. She is an Ashoka
fellow, and received the Internet and Society Award from the Oxford
Internet Institute in 2012. Government Technology named her one of
2011’s Doers, Dreamers and Drivers in Public Sector Innovation and the
Huffington Post named her the top Game Changer in Business and
Technology the same year. She is known for her TED talk, Coding a
Better Government, and is a frequent speaker. Previously, she ran the
Web 2.0 and Gov 2.0 events for TechWeb, in conjunction with O’Reilly
Media, and co-chaired the successful Web 2.0 Expo. She is a graduate
of Yale University and lives in Oakland, Calif. with her daughter and
eight chickens.

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