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Timestamp: 2020/02/11 15:00:32
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: None / Other
Submission:
Tech Policy & Communities of Color: The Importance of Representation In Policymaking
Comments:
"Description: A panel discussion with a mix of government, industry, and advocacy groups highlighting the importance of representation when forming tech policy.

Below are a handful of ideas for moderators and panelists. It'd be valuable to have a sharing economy perspective on the panel that can discuss workforce diversity issues in the space as well.

Potential Moderators: - Chanelle Hardy, Google - can speak to the work they do with the NextGen Policy Group - Mike Muse, NextGen Alum and hosts a show on SiriusXM - Sean Perryman, Internet Association, Director of Social Impact Policy & Counsel

Potential Panelists: - Sean Perryman, Internet Association, Director of Social Impact Policy & Counsel - A representative from Asians Advancing Justice - Alisa Valentin, Special Adviser to the Federal Communications Commission Chairman - Congressional Black Caucus staffer (Kendra Brown or Shelly Marc, Chiefs of Staff for Reps. Lee and Kelly respectively) - Francella Ochillo, Executive Director, Next Century Cities - Policy representative from National Urban League - Airbnb - Google or Facebook policy representative"
Issue Areas: Access, Content Policy, Data Privacy, Digital Inclusion, Future of Work, Gender, Human Rights, Internet Governance Processes, Surveillance, Diversity and Inclusion