TheBridge
Community connecting tech, policy and politics
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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!  

We announce our events in TheBridge Update (sent on Tues & Thurs) Click below to sign up to receive the Update and stay up to date!

TheBridge events are unique in that 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. How do you want to partner? Contact us!   

For updates on our events, sign up!

Tech in the Age of Trump

TheBridge and Vrge hosted a discussion titled, "Tech in the Age of Trump." From massive shifts in public opinion and congressional inquisitions, to federal gridlock and complicated and ongoing state legislative and regulatory tech issues, the panel addressed what tech companies need to know about working with government and regulators at every level to ensure we are enabling innovation and collaboration.

Participants:

  • Casey Aden-Wansbury, Director of Federal Affairs and Engagement at Airbnb

  • Katherine Boyle, Venture Capitalist at General Catalyst

  • Christina Gagnier, Partner and lead of Internet, Intellectual Property & Technology practice at Gagnier Margossian LLP

  • Andrew Noyes, Senior Director of Communication at JUST

  • Moderator: Cat Zakrzewski, Venture Capital Reporter at the Wall Street Journal

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