Community Leadership 2.0, by Cara Matteliano

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Digital Strategy for Community Foundations and Mission-Driven Local Organizations, April 4-6

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  • Agenda
  • [A] SUPPLY - the availability of news and information in a community wanted and needed by citizens and residents, and the institutions that serve them. 1. Government services and information 2. Community news 3. Quality of life issues such as health, education, employment, social services, arts and culture, public transit and emergencyservices [B] SKILLS - individual and institutional skills, ranging from digital and media literacy to the ability to engage others, for accessing and exchanging information. 4. An individuals’ ability to find information (including via the Internet) 5. An individual’s ability to exchange information with others and the community 6. A government’s ability to exchange information with the community [C] INFRASTRUCTURE - the channels and intermediaries that deliver and exchange information. 7. The quality of local journalism and reporting 8. The vibrancy of public libraries 9. The accessibility of online government information 10. Opportunities for individuals to freely express and exchange their views 11. The availability of high-speed internet 12. The availability of digital literacy training and high-speed internet access in schools
  • Citizen advocacy for the environment. Informed citizens = empowered citizens!
  • Citizen advocacy for the environment. Informed citizens = empowered citizens!
  • 4 out of 5 teens carry a wireless device, of those, 57% view it as the key to their social life.83% - Percentage of American adults that own a cell phone, of those 73% send out text messages.110 – Average number of messages sent by young adults (18-24) per daySources: CTIA survey, Teenagers: A Generation Unplugged, PEW Research Center.
  • Mobile Commons : Intuitive mobile messaging software that supports mobile messaging campaigns.
  • Welcome!
  • Citizen advocacy for the environment. Informed citizens = empowered citizens!
  • Citizen advocacy for the environment. Informed citizens = empowered citizens!
  • Community Leadership 2.0, by Cara Matteliano

    1. 1. Community Leadership 2.0
    2. 2. The Story Begins… Foundation Born in 1919 Serves 8 Counties in Western New York $250M in Total Assets Staff of 25
    3. 3. 2007: Poorest Cities inAmerica 1) Detroit 2) Buffalo 3) Cleveland
    4. 4. First Strategic Plan BroughtFocus Educational Achievement Racial Equity Environment Architecture, Arts, & Culture
    5. 5. Contributing to Buffalo’sRenaissance Launched 6 Major Leadership Initiatives Established 282 Partnerships Leveraged $45 million Focused on Systems Change
    6. 6. Community Leadership: Not Business as Usual A Journey through the Information Eco- system GrowWNY.org Grow 716 Mobile Investigative Post.org Q&A
    7. 7. Drink the Kool-Aid!
    8. 8. Community InformationEcosystem
    9. 9. WNY Assets and Challenges
    10. 10. Embarrassment of Riches
    11. 11. 2008: Shared Agenda for theEnvironment
    12. 12. Out of the Chaos
    13. 13. Info Ecosystem: First Foray Infrastructure Skills S Supply
    14. 14. Members of the Alliance presentingtheir 2013 Action Agenda Items
    15. 15. Info Ecosystem: SecondForay Infrastructur e Skills S Supply
    16. 16. Why Mobile Matters 83% Percentage of American adults that own cell phones 4 out of 5 teens carry a wireless device 110 Average # of messages sent by young adults (18-24) per day
    17. 17. Mobile Commons Intuitive mobile messaging software Motivates constituents to take action Put this tool in the hands of ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS
    18. 18. How It Works Step 1: Navigate to the messaging option on your phone Step 2: Type in the877877 number 877877 Step 3: Type KCIC inKCIC the subject line September 9th, 2012
    19. 19. On a desktop On a phone
    20. 20. Campaigns coming soon! Reporting invasive species  Emerald Ash Borer Beetle  Garlic Mustard Seed Fish Consumption Advisories Sewer Overflow Text Alerts Biodiversity Cataloguing at Nature Preserves
    21. 21. Info Ecosystem: Third Foray Infrastructure Infrastructur Skills e S Supply
    22. 22. Info Ecosystem: Supporting media
    23. 23. Into the 21st Century
    24. 24. Thank you for participating! April 6, 2013

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