Why the World Needs More Tech-Savvy Positive #ChangeAgents

By Melanie Wine, a freelance content creator In our rapidly changing world (partly due to Internet technologies and globalization), individuals are gaining the ability to do things that were not tenable fifty years ago when they were of limited availability to nation-states and large corporations. Simultaneously, the lines between activities done solely by the public sector […]

People-Centered Internet and Foreign Affairs LIVE: Public Sector CIOs and their Evolving Role

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rg7ugsfoV5w&w=560&h=315] At a recent event co-sponsored by Foreign Affairs Magazine and the Advanced Technology Academic Research Center, Council on Foreign Relations member, Dr. David Bray, Executive Director of People Centered Internet (PCI), gave a closing keynote on a program focused on Public Sector Chief Information Officers and their evolving role, challenges, and opportunities, in […]

How We All Can Be Positive #ChangeAgents

Our world is changing rapidly and there is no textbook guide to indicate where the next decade will take us. In order to encourage a better future and a more People-Centered Internet, we must be willing to encourage people to want to be positive #ChangeAgents willing to strive to make a positive difference however they […]

Mei Lin Fung and Marsali Hancock Receive Women in Leadership: Changing the World (WLCW) 2018 Awards

Image: Mission College Mei Lin Fung, Co-Founder of People Centred Internet (PCI) and Marsali Hancock, Women and Ethics Lead, were humbled and honored to be chosen for the Women in Leadership: Changing the World (WLCW) 2018 Award, as presented by the Women in Leadership Committee at Mission College in Santa Clara, CA. The award recognizes women who have made a profound impact […]

Vint Cerf Visits CENIC’s Annual Conference

The Unfinished Internet: Vint Cerf on Expansion, Education, and Preservation “Forty years after helping create the Internet, Vint Cerf, chief Internet evangelist at Google, believes there’s still work to be done. The Internet, according to Cerf, isn’t yet complete for several reasons: Around 3.5 billion people worldwide still don’t have adequate Internet access, including millions […]

News Flash: SEAS to host David Bray for April 25 Kick-off of the CVP Speakers Series @ GW

Wednesday, April 25 6:00 – 8:00 pm Science and Engineering Hall, Lehman Auditorium 800 22nd Street, NW Washington, DC Register to attend       “SEAS is pleased to host Dr. David Bray, globally recognized champion of positive #ChangeAgents and expert on leadership in turbulent environments, to deliver the inaugural lecture of the CVP Speakers […]

News Flash March 23, 2018 – PCI Visits Puerto Rico

The People Centered Internet Puerto Rico team has applied to lead the development of a “Digital Puerto Rico” plan to leverage technology for recovery, resilience, and innovation on the islands. From initial disaster response efforts led by Melvin Cordova through Project Coqui, to “Dream Hubs” facilitated by Marti Grimmick’s International Connector, PCI has embraced a “Local […]

Importance of Indigenous Inclusion in the Internet

This speech was given by Matthew Rantanen – Director of Technology, Southern California Tribal Chairmen’s Association, Tribal Digital Village – in the closing session of the Internet Governance Forum in Geneva in December 2017. ________________________ Ladies and Gentlemen, excellencies, colleagues and stakeholders, friends – to make sure I am recognizing everyone and observing proper protocols, […]