TheBridge events are unique. They drive a conversation between the public and private sector and encourage understanding, collaboration and connections. Our events range from intimate discussions among industry leaders to larger events broadcast live on C-SPAN-TV and have attracted all major outlets including PBS Newshour, Bloomberg, Reuters, The Wall Street Journal, TechCrunch, Recode, Politico, among others.
TheBridge has partnered with leading tech, policy and political organizations including Microsoft, Google, Twitter, WeWork, Postmates, The US Chamber's Technology Engagement Center (C_TEC), Verizon, Dell, Lyft, Quorum, Airbnb, 1776, DCode, The United States Digital Service (USDS), The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Vrge Strategies, The Bank Policy Institute, Women's High-Tech Coalition, Springboard Enterprises and more.
Our events have included policy-focused discussions, career networking events, Women in Tech series, Bridge Breakfasts, resume and career workshops. Interested in partnering? Contact us!
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March 9, 2019 in Austin: Join C_TEC, TheBridge, Mastercard, Dropbox, Women’s High-Tech Coalition, the Austin Chamber of Commerce for a discussion with Jean Case.Read More
March 6, 2019 in SF: Join Synack, TheBridge and Zimperium at Fogo de Chao during RSA to celebrate the incredible work civil and public servants are doing to protect the American way of life.Read More
March 6-7, 2019 in DC: TheBridge has partnered with the Digital Chamber of Commerce on the 4th Annual DC Blockchain Summit.Read More
Feb 26, 2019 in DC: A discussion about building inclusive spaces in tech.Read More
Feb 20, 2019 in SF: A discussion about the why of social impact investing.Read More
Feb 19, 2019 in DC: A discussion about why we need more technologists in policy at the Aspen Institute.Read More
Oct 18, 2018 in SF: TheBridge, The Pacific Council, NDI, IRI and the Bay Area International Link hosted a discussion on the ways tech is impacting democracy around the world and opportunities for civil society & technology to collaborate.Read More
Oct 17, 2018 in SF: TheBridge, Women's High-Tech Coalition and Springboard Enterprises hosted a Women in Tech & Policy Happy Hour.Read More
TheBridge convened public and private sector leaders for a discussion about election security. With Chris Krebs, Under Secretary at DHS, Synack, Microsoft, Cloudflare and The Aspen Institute during DC CyberWeek. See video and photos from the event.Read More
TheBridge is partnering with Dell on “Are you Smarter than a Mathlete?” Eight teams will compete to highlight the importance of STEM and after school education. Senator Chris Coons, Dell Technologies Chairman and CEO Michael Dell and MATHCOUNTS Executive Director Kristen Chandler are hosting the quiz-bowl style math competition.Read More
TheBridge hosted a discussion with Microsoft, Facebook and Google about protecting your campaign online ahead of the 2018 elections at WeWork.Read More
How do you align your business goals with community building, social impact initiatives and public policy goals? TheBridge and Hustle in partnership with sf.citi and Bay Area Council hosted a discussion with Lyft, Airbnb, Salesforce.org and AdRoll.Read More
Tech in the Age of Trump: A discussion about enabling innovation and collaboration with government and regulators at every level.Read More
TheBridge and WHTC’s Women Talk Tech & Policy Series event at Dell with Jay Newton Small, co-founder of MemoryWell and Contributor to TIME, Clare Martorana, Vets.gov Team Lead at United States Digital Service, Amelia Friedman, Co-Founder of DC-based startup Hatch Apps and Meghan Buck, Founder & CEO of DC-based startup VEDA Data Solutions.Read More
TheBridge partnered with the Financial Services Roundtable on the Fintech Policy Series in DC on May 1, 2018.Read More
TheBridge & Women's High-Tech Coalition hosted a sold out networking happy hour as part of their Women Talk Tech & Policy Series. The event was at Google DC on 1/25/18.Read More
We expanded our Cocktails & Careers with TheBridge & WeWork series to San Francisco. This event was with recruiters and job seekers, hearing from experts who have made successful career pivots and learning ways to position yourself for the most successful transition.Read More