• ESRI
  • Google
  • Nokia
  • Yahoo! Inc.
  • AND Automotive Navigation Data
  • earthmine
  • First American Spatial Solutions
  • NAVTEQ
  • Waze
  • Google
  • NAVTEQ

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Hillary Hartley

Hillary Hartley
Director of Integrated Marketing, NIC Inc.

Website | @hillary

Hillary Hartley is one of the foremost authorities on government’s use of emerging technologies. In her role as Director of Integrated Marketing for NIC, Hillary shares her design and Web 2.0 expertise with 21 states and hundreds of local governments.

She also created and oversees NIC’s highly successful partner portal and produced the 2007 eGovernment Leadership Summit, both of which are exclusive resources for hundreds of eGovernment leaders across the country.

Prior to NIC, Hillary operated an independent design consultancy and was the art director for MyPollingPlace.com.

A frequent speaker at a wide range of technology-related events, Hillary is a blogger, San Franciscan, photographer, and Citizen Space coworker.

Sessions

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Location: Regency Ballroom
Andrew Turner (GeoIQ), Rachel Weidinger (TechSoup Global), Marnie Webb (TechSoup Global), Hillary Hartley (NIC Inc.)
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(2.27, 11 ratings)
In a sustainable world, with stronger ties to locality, what role should the geospatial web play? This panel will scan the bleeding edge of location-based tech projects, critiques them on social and sustainable factors, and pushes them to do more to help people connect locally. We'll promote the best ones, and publish ideas and to-do requests for all. Read more.