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TheBridge Events

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), National Journal's Policy Makers Network, 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, and more. 

Our events have included policy discussions, career networking events, Women in Tech series, resume and career workshops. How do you want to partner? Email us!  

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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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Drinks & Discussions with TheBridge & Axios CTO

On August 1 join TheBridge for a "Drinks & Discussions" at the intersection of tech, policy and politics. In this conversation, special guest Jess Szmajda, Chief Technology Officer at Axios, and Allie Brandenburger, Co-founder & CEO of TheBridge, will explore the evolution of inclusivity in tech, where it stands now, how advancements in tech are changing how people consume information, what a more connected world means for society. Jess is on the frontline of these issues at Axios and has a unique and compelling story. The fireside chat will be followed by a conversation with attendees and networking at WeWork. Space is limited.

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Drinks & Discussions with TheBridge

On June 27, TheBridge hosted a "Drinks & Discussion" event focused on workforce policy. This discussion, with special guest Nicole Isaac, Head of Policy at LinkedIn for North America, explored the changing workforce and how data and analytics are being used to advance workforce development solutions. This includes the future of work - implications of automation on the workforce, reconciling the skills gap, creating new opportunities, also the evolution of inclusivity in tech. The fireside chat with Allie Brandenburger, co-founder & CEO of TheBridge, was followed by a conversation with attendees and networking at WeWork.

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Are you smarter than a Mathlete?

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.

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Building Companies with Purpose

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.

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Women Talk Tech & Policy Series Event at Dell

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.

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