TASCHA TALK: Joe Sullivan
November 3, 2011, from 3:45 to 4:45 pm
Roosevelt Commons Building
Fourth floor multi-purpose room
In September 2011, members of TASCHA, Mozilla, Aspiration Technology, and the East West Management Institute convened “Open Cambodia 2011″– an un-conference to mobilize makers/doers in Cambodia. The event brought together more than 100 open-source technologists, human rights activists, and civil society representatives to share their work and experiences. This TASCHA talk will report on projects and issues that were featured at the conference and the latest development in nonprofits, libraries, and development in Cambodia.
About the presenter
Joe’s research interests include visual communication, evidence, design thinking, and evaluation, especially in community technology settings. He has explored themes of employability, youth, social development, philanthropy, organizational development, and design. Joe is completing a Masters degree in Human Centered Design and Engineering and holds a Masters of Public Administration degree from the University of Washington.
TASCHA Talks are bi-weekly sessions to share, discuss, and advance new ideas around topics related to technology and social change. Learn more at tascha.uw.edu/taschatalks.