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Wednesday, August 29 • 9:30am - 10:15am
When technology meets government (regulations)

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Tech-enabled change is happening faster than ever before, but what happens when innovation collides with potentially show-stopping regulations on a city, state and national level? Find out in this panel with leading policy pros.

Speakers
avatar for Dustin Brighton

Dustin Brighton

Policy Lead, ofo
Mr. Brighton is a highly skilled State Government Relations Professional with more than 22 years of consulting, advocacy, public sector sales, trade association management and administrative management experience. His experience includes working with federal and state legislators... Read More →
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Matt Curtis

Founder, Smart City Policy Group
Very few have the insights and know-how on the Emerging Technology Economy like Matt Curtis. A former right hand to a couple of Austin mayors, Matt has extensive experience in municipal government and local politics, working on a broad variety of initiatives and best practices in... Read More →
avatar for Carmen Palafox

Carmen Palafox

Partner, MiLA.vc
Carmen Palafox is a Partner at Make in LA (MiLA.vc), an accelerator and venture capital fund that invests  in tech-enabled hardware (IoT, robotics, wearables, industry 4.0, frontier tech). Carmen’s focus at MiLA is coaching entrepreneurs on finance and developing investor relationships... Read More →
avatar for Baylor Bone Swindell

Baylor Bone Swindell

Founder & CEO, Baylor Company
Baylor Bone Swindell is a lawyer and lobbyist in Nashville with an expertise in technology advocacy. She helps organizations connect with government - specifically with the City of Nashville and the Tennessee General Assembly. She has helped shape the regulatory framework locally... Read More →


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