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Sponsor & Exhibitor Opportunities

Vicki Sanders
415-947-6107
vsanders@techweb.com

Media Sponsor Opportunities

Liliana Arancibia
415-947-6179
larancibia@cmp.com

Press/Media Inquiries

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or

Natalia Wodecki
415-947-6762
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susan mernit

susan mernit
CEO, HACK THE HOOD

Website | @susanmernit

Susan Mernit is co-founder and CEO of Hack the Hood, a non-profit organization that teaches young people of color tech skills and prepares them for tech careers around the Bay area. She founded Oakland Local, an acclaimed non-profit news site, in 2009.
Hack the Hood is a 2014 winner of the Google Impact Challenge. A former VP at AOL & Netscape, & a former Yahoo! Senior Director, Mernit has been a consultant for The Knight Community Information Challenge and a consultant to organizations including Salon.com & TechSoup Global. She led a start-up that was a 2008 Tech Stars Company, and is one of the founders of Code for Oakland, an open gov/hackathon event

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Marketing and Community
Location: 2009 Level: Intermediate
susan mernit (HACK THE HOOD), Elisa Camahort Page (BlogHer Inc), Tara Hunt (Buyosphere), Kaliya Hamlin (She's Geeky)
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