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Best Practices in Digital Citizen Engagement

Enjoy an exclusive conversation with Mayor Todd Strange about how Montgomery, AL is leveraging best practices in technology to improve citizen engagement.

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Todd Strange

Mayor of Montgomery, AL
SPEAKER 2

Charisse Stokes

Executive Director, TechMGM

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Webinar: Best Practices in Digital Citizen Engagement

Learn from the Mayor of Montgomery about how best practices in technology can help you improve citizen engagement.

Montgomery, AL is a leader in digital citizen engagement.

Citizen engagement has always played an important role in the capital of Alabama, from the Civil Rights Movement to the digital age. This year, Montgomery was named a winner of the Digital Cities Survey for using technology to improve the way citizens interact with their government.

In this webinar, Mayor Todd Strange addresses best practices in digital citizen engagement, and describes ways your government can better engage constituents through modern technology.

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What will you learn? 

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  • The importance of a citizen engagement initiative in your government's strategic plan
  • How the digital age has shifted the landscape of citizen engagement
  • Best practices in digital citizen engagement
  • What it takes to win recognition for your successes, such as the Digital Cities Survey 2018
  • Q&A featuring your questions!

 

 

Meet the Speakers

Todd Strange

Mayor, Montgomery AL

Todd Strange is the 56th and current mayor of Montgomery, Alabama. Since becoming Mayor in 2009, Strange made it a priority to increase and expand citizen engagement across the entire City. Before becoming mayor, Strange served as chairman of the Montgomery County Commission for nearly five years. Previously, he also served as president, CEO, and co-owner of Blount Strange Automotive Group.

Charisse Stokes

Executive Director, TechMGM
Charisse Stokes is the Executive Director of TechMGM, a collaboration between the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce, the Alabama Community College System and the local IT industry. By connecting tech talent to the certification and training opportunities needed to advance, Stokes drives citizen engagement by supporting the needs of local businesses and creating jobs.

Kimberly Wright

Webmaster, Montgomery AL
Kimberly Wright is an experienced webmaster who has been working for the City of Montgomery for over 5 years. Wright has been instrumental in growing and expanding the City's online presence to better serve its constituents, including the implementation of SeamlessDocs digital forms, which allows Montgomery's citizens to engage more seamlessly with the City.