On the Road Again: HopeLab at Upcoming Conferences

February 25, 2011

Busy, busy, busy – the next six weeks are jam packed for HopeLab. Perhaps you can relate? Not only are we prepping for the rollout of Zamzee and our Joy Campaign (details coming soon!), but another conference season is upon us as well.

Here’s a rundown of where we’ll be speaking and networking in the coming weeks. For those of you out and about at any of these events, we’d love to meet you. If not, there’s at least one event you can catch live online. Safe travels, everyone – hope to see you soon!

HopeLab @ Upcoming Events

Wisdom2.0 Summit February 25 – 26, Mountain View, CA
Pat Christen and Richard Tate will be on stage Saturday, February 26, at 11:15 a.m. PST for a conversation with author and conference founder Soren Gordhamner for a conversation on “Presence, Play and Productivity.”  If you haven’t got a ticket,  tune in for the live stream here.

Game Developers ConferenceSerious Games Summit February 28 – March 4, San Francisco, CA
Richard will share insights from the research behind Zamzee as part of the panel My Avatar: Quantified Self Meets Behavior-Change Games on Monday, February 28 at 4:15 p.m. Also joining the conversation will be BJ Fogg (Stanford University’s Persuasive Technology Lab), Michael Kim (Kairos Labs), Ricky Engelberg (Nike Digital Sport) and David Reeves (Limeade).

TED2011 / TEDActive February 28 – March 4, Long Beach / Palm Springs, CA
Pat is attending TED2011 in Long Beach, the annual gathering of thinkers and doers at the intersection of technology, entertainment and design. If you are not registered, you can snag  a TED Associate Membership to watch the live stream – or wait with the rest of us for the talks to be posted online. At the concurrent TEDActive satellite event, Liz Song will be presenting on her personal journey with photography as part of the TEDYOU series.  You go, Liz!

South by Southwest Interactive March 11-15, Austin, TX
The newest member of our team, Tom Dawkins,  Manager of Communications and Emerging Media, will be speaking on the panel How Many Rungs? Social Change and the Engagement Ladder alongside speakers from Groupon/G-Team, DoSomething, Sparked and VolunteerMatch. The conversation takes place at 9.30am on Saturday March 12.

Nonprofit Technology Conference March 17-19, Washington, DC
Tom won’t be on stage at this gathering, but he’ll be in the crowd networking.