Monday

Ringing in 2010 with the Ethos Roundtable

We have some wonderful Ethos Roundtable sessions lined up for the new year, and hope that you'll join us!

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Featured guest: Clay Ward, developer of Procrasdonate

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Featured guests: Tom Pollak and Doug Denatale, developers of the Massachusetts Nonprofit Database

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Featured guests: Georges Grinstein and Mary Beth Smrtic, Open Indicators Consortium

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Featured guests, Kenny Weill and Gavin Murphy, developers of NPO Connect

Remember, no reservations are required. Just show up, and feel free to invite others.

Wednesday

Learn about ProcrasDonate at the Ethos Roundtable in January!

Please join us in January at the Ethos Roundtable!

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Featured guest: Clay Ward, Founder, Buy It Like You Mean It

Here is a summary of the our upcoming session:
ProcrasDonate is a new kind of hybrid fundraising tool for non-profits. It works like this... users improve their time management by donating to selected websites whenever they waste an hour online. Our preliminary research suggests that people will give five times more as a charitable incentive than they would as a traditional donation. So we're very excited to sign up worthwhile charities and to learn how else to spread the word about this fun new software."
Here's a little bit about Clay himself:
Clay Ward is an artist/entrepreneur who is a graduate of MIT and Parsons School of Design who worked on numerous community art projectsbefore moving to the virtual realm. He recently founded Buy It Like You Mean It, a tool for educational discovery about the real world impacts of product supply chains. As a co-founder of ProcrasDonate.com he remains committed to strategic service and to responding to the deeper needs of virtual communities."

At the conclusion of our Ethos Roundtable session, we will stroll down the hall to enjoy the good company and free food at the 501 Tech Club that is so generously underwritten by TechFoundation. The 501 Tech Club is the monthly gathering of technology professionals who work with nonprofit organizations.

All Ethos Roundtable attendees are welcome at the Boston 501 Tech Club, and vice versa.

Please remember that there's never any need to make a reservation to attend Ethos Roundtable events. Just come if you can, and feel free to invite others! However, if you're planning to attend the Boston 501 Tech Club event at 6:00 pm, we ask that you send an email to Kathleen Sherwin of TechFoundation (ksherwin AT techfoundation DOT org). Since TechFoundation is providing the free food, it's courteous to let them know how much to order.

See you in January!

Tuesday

Come talk with Joe Edelman about Groundcrew at the Ethos Roundtable!

Please join us in December at the Ethos Roundtable!

Tuesday, December 15, 2009
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Featured guest: Joe Edelman, CEO, Citizen Logistics

Here is a summary of the our upcoming session:
"Joe will present about Groundcrew — a framework being used for real-time volunteer coordination — and the PosX system of rewarding the organizers, leaders, and nonprofits which do the most good and cause the most positive experience. He will cover the immediately practical uses of Groundcrew, from field and community organizing to volunteer mobilization, and then discuss the direction we want to go, towards creating a world and an economic system where doing good is tracked and well-rewarded, and where people have both the information and the availability to rapidly assemble to help one another. He'll talk about the steps necessary to reach that goal, some of the missing pieces, and how everyone can be involved."
Here's a little bit about Joe himself:
"Joe Edelman was instrumental in scaling CouchSurfing.com from 100,000 members to more than a million members, and in designing the trust and reputation metrics and rules involved. CouchSurfing connects 180 people per hour with a stranger and a place to stay, and has led to almost 4 million real-world positive experiences between strangers, and 100,000 close friendships. He is passionate about using the web, and more recently mobile devices, to create community, build friendships, and bring people together in the real world, and this passion has brought him from stunt groups like ImprovEverywhere to disaster relief operations to alternative schools. In fifteen years of work with research labs and internet startups, including research work at the MIT Artificial Intelligence lab, Paul Allen's Interval Research, and a research faculty position at Dartmouth College, has remained focused on the problems of the real-time, real-world web, and the use of computational tools to navigate continuous data sources. He was educated at Dartmouth College and MIT."

At the conclusion of our Ethos Roundtable session, we will stroll down the hall to enjoy the good company, food, and drink at the 501 Tech Club that is so generously underwritten by TechFoundation. The 501 Tech Club is the monthly gathering of technology professionals who work with nonprofit organizations.

All Ethos Roundtable attendees are welcome at the Boston 501 Tech Club, and vice versa.

Please remember that there's never any need to make a reservation to attend Ethos Roundtable events. Just come if you can, and feel free to invite others! However, if you're planning to attend the Boston 501 Tech Club event at 6:00 pm, we ask that you send an email to Kathleen Sherwin of TechFoundation (ksherwin AT techfoundation DOT org). Since TechFoundation is providing the free food, it's courteous to let them know how much to order.

See you in December!

Monday

At the Ethos Roundtable in November: David Weinberger on the moral architecture of the web

Please join us in November at the Ethos Roundtable!

Tuesday, November 17, 2009
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Featured guest: David Weinberger, fellow of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society

Here's a summary from David of our upcoming session on the moral architecture of the web:
Of course technology is neither good or bad in itself. You could use a hammer to build a home for the needy or to hit the needy on the head. Yet, it also seems wrong not to be able to draw any moral distinction between, say, the H1N1 vaccine and a device designed to torture people. In that light, is the Web good or evil…or at least good-ish or evil-ish? In this speculative talk, we'll look quickly at the usual theories about what makes something moral or immoral, and wonder how the distinctive architecture of the Web fits.
Here's a little bit about our featured guest:
Dr. David Weinberger writes about the effect of technology on our ideas. He is a co-author of the bestselling "The Cluetrain Manifesto" and the author of "Small Pieces Loosely Joined." His latest book is "Everything is Miscellaneous: The Power of the New Digital Disorder." He writes the well-known blog Joho . His work has appeared in Harvard Business Review, USA Today, Wired, Salon, The Guardian, Foreign Policy and many others. He is a commentator on National Public Radio and is a columnist for KMWorld and Il Sole 24 ore. He has been a strategic marketing consultant to startups and Fortune 500s, and has been an Internet adviser to presidential campaigns. He is a Fellow at the Harvard Berkman Center for Internet & Society and has a Ph.D. in philosophy.

At the conclusion of our Ethos Roundtable session, we will stroll down the hall to enjoy the good company, food, and drink at the 501 Tech Club that is so generously underwritten by TechFoundation. The 501 Tech Club is the monthly gathering of technology professionals who work with nonprofit organizations.

All Ethos Roundtable attendees are welcome at the Boston 501 Tech Club, and vice versa.

Please remember that there's never any need to make a reservation to attend Ethos Roundtable events. Just come if you can, and feel free to invite others! However, if you're planning to attend the Boston 501 Tech Club event at 6:00 pm, we ask that you send an email to Kathleen Sherwin of TechFoundation (ksherwin AT techfoundation DOT org). Since TechFoundation is providing the free food, it's courteous to let them know how much to order.

See you in November!

Sunday

Learn about the World Community Grid with Cathleen Finn on October 20th!

Please join us in October at the Ethos Roundtable!

Tuesday, October 20, 2009
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Featured guests: Cathleen Finn of World Community Grid and IBM Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Affairs

Here's a preview of our upcoming session:
World Community Grid, launched in November 2004, is dedicated to becoming the world's largest public computing grid working on humanitarian research. The initiative enlists the support of hundreds of thousands of volunteers to donate unused computing capacity to researchers around the world. Current research projects include cancer, AIDS, influenza and environmental research as well as others. IBM donates the infrastructure and services needed to support World Community Grid, which currently includes over one million devices.
Here's a little bit about our featured guest:
Cathleen Finn is the IBM Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Affairs New England Program Manager. She is responsible for managing the IBM discretionary grant making program, the employee volunteerism program, the employee charitable contributions campaign, and special community events for Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine and Rhode Island. Cathleen's community affiliations include serving as a director for the Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education, membership in the Greater Boston Corporate Volunteer Council, serving as an advisor to Commonwealth Alliance for Information Technology Education, and serving as a mediator for Community Dispute Settlement Center and Mediation Works Incorporated.

Prior to joining the Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Affairs, Cathleen held a variety of positions of increasing responsibility in the Information Systems department, and was a Senior Consultant in the Process Engineering, group where she completed internal management consulting assignments in Massachusetts and internationally. She has been with IBM since October of 1992. Cathleen graduated with honors from Boston University with a B.A. in Mathematics and Psychology.

At the conclusion of our Ethos Roundtable session, we will stroll down the hall to enjoy the good company, food, and drink at the 501 Tech Club that is so generously underwritten by TechFoundation. The 501 Tech Club is the monthly gathering of technology professionals who work with nonprofit organizations.

All Ethos Roundtable attendees are welcome at the Boston 501 Tech Club, and vice versa.

Please remember that there's never any need to make a reservation to attend Ethos Roundtable events. Just come if you can, and feel free to invite others! However, if you're planning to attend the Boston 501 Tech Club event at 6:00 pm, we ask that you send an email to Kathleen Sherwin of TechFoundation (ksherwin AT techfoundation DOT org). Since TechFoundation is providing the free food and drink, it's courteous to let them know how much to order.

See you in October!


(Please note that, despite having the same surname, Cathleen Finn and I are not related, except insofar as all human beings are - at the very least - distant cousins.)

Friday

Dan MacNeil and Carolyn Thompson of the Community Software Lab at the Ethos Roundtable

Please join us in September at the Ethos Roundtable!

Tuesday, September 15th
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Featured guests: Dan MacNeil and Carolyn Thompson of the Community Software Lab

Here's what Dan says about the session:
Our primary presentation goal is to show off our software websites designed to connect people to the social services they need. A secondary goal is to connect to people who want to share source code and data. Time permitting, we'd also like practice telling jokes.

We'll start with a 5 minute video. This video is designed to demo our software in such a way as to hid the weak spots.

We'll pause for questions and discussion. If there are no questions or discussion, we will punish the group by pontificating bombastically on the weak spots of our software, the minutia of free software licenses and the syntax of the Perl programing language.
We asked our featured guests to tell us a little bit about themselves, and this is how they responded:
Dan MacNeil, is a stereotypical computer geek in everything except for personal hygiene. He's been trying to get a BS in CS since 1982. He's crawled under desks to re-connect network cables for organizations with $20 in the checking account and for organizations with millions of donors. In 1998, he started the Community Software Lab to help bring about the post scarcity society and have an excuse to print "Fearless Leader" on business cards.

Carolyn Thompson, outreach coordinator of the CSL, has a degree in Psychology from Philadelphia University and a long, impressive but boring resume. Once, as a summer life guard, she prevented (on average) one drowning per week.
Here are a few links to visit before the session:

At the conclusion of our Ethos Roundtable session, we will stroll down the hall to enjoy the good company, food, and drink at the 501 Tech Club that is so generously underwritten by TechFoundation. The 501 Tech Club is the monthly gathering of technology professionals who work with nonprofit organizations.

All Ethos Roundtable attendees are welcome at the Boston 501 Tech Club, and vice versa.

Please remember that there's never any need to make a reservation to attend Ethos Roundtable events. Just come if you can, and feel free to invite others! However, if you're planning to attend the Boston 501 Tech Club event at 6:00 pm, we ask that you send an email to Kathleen Sherwin of TechFoundation (ksherwin AT techfoundation DOT org). Since TechFoundation is providing the free food and drink, it's courteous to let them know how much to order.

See you in September!

Wednesday

Tuesday

We'll be on hiatus in August

The Ethos Roundtable will be taking a break in August, as will the Boston 501 Tech Club.

There are no sessions scheduled for the month, and we plan to resume on September 18th.

We look forward to seeing you at our July session, and in September when we resume.

Have a happy summer!

Thursday

Social Actions at the Ethos Roundtable on July 21st

Please join us in July at the Ethos Roundtable!

Tuesday, July 21st
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Featured guests: Peter Deitz and Christine Egger of Social Actions

Social Actions is an aggregator and search engine for actions that you can take on any issue that concerns you. Instead of checking over 50 web pages, you can go to Social Actions, type in some key words, and run a search. You'll see opportunities that include volunteerism, political action, jobs in nonprofit organizations, fundraising campaigns, social networking, and micro philanthropy. The partners include Kiva, Pledgebank, Changing The Present, Idealist, Six Degrees, Modest Needs, Volunteer Match, and many more.

Here's a little bit about our esteemed guests:

Peter Deitz is a blogger, social media consultant, and the founder of Social Actions. He is a guest blogger on Social Edge, the Stanford Social Innovation Review, and PopTech. Peter has spoken at several 2009 venues including the Nonprofit Technology Conference, the NetSquared Conference, Connecting Up Australia, Semantic Technology Conference, and My Charity Connects. Peter holds a BA in History from McGill University and an MA in History from the University of Toronto. He lives in Montreal, Quebec.

Christine Egger is a founding team member of Social Actions. She holds a master's in International Development from Michigan State University and brings 15 years' experience in for- and non-profit project management, fund development, networking and collaboration, and strategic planning to the Social Actions team. Her work focuses on the intersection of international development, philanthropy, and the complexity sciences. She lives in southeast Michigan.

Here are some links to visit before the session:

This is definitely a project that exemplifies the spirit of the Ethos Roundtable, by using information and communication technology to create positive social change! If you'd like to participate in a brainstorming session on this topic, we welcome you to the table.

Please remember that there's never any need to make a reservation to attend Ethos Roundtable events. Just come if you can, and feel free to invite others!

Please also note that there will be no Boston 501 Tech Club event in July. The latter usually follows Ethos Roundtable sessions. However, our wonderful hosts at TechFoundation are taking a well-deserved break for the summer. Therefore, Ethos Roundtable attendees will need to make their own arrangements for food and drink after we adjourn at 6:00 pm.

See you in July!

Friday

Online Capacity Mapping and Resource Matching for Nonprofits

Having served as a co-convener of the Ethos Roundtable since 2006, I have finally scheduled myself as a presenter for June 2009:

Tuesday, June 16th
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Featured guest: Deborah Elizabeth Finn, Strategic Technology Consultant to Nonprofits and Philanthropies

I was first inspired to think about one giant web-based tool for capacity mapping and resource matching for nonprofits by a conversation in 2003 with my buddy Tim Gassert. Since then, I've looked for ways to make it happen. Within the last year, some sort of tipping point occurred, and all sorts of esteemed clients and colleagues started pulling me into conversations about pet projects that were closely related to the pipedream that Tim and I had.

I've been actively working on the big picture, and bringing together these folks who are converging on the concept, for about six months. It's clear that this could be a tremendous asset to nonprofits, philanthropies, and communities in the region - at a time when money is tight, it's important to ensure that surplus assets, capacities, and resources do not go unused. It's also clear that this could be many separate projects with clever mash-ups and data interchanges. In the age of XML, it does not have to be a monolith with one owner, one web host, and one platform.

This session will not be a nuts-and-bolts discussion of technical specifications or organizational arrangements, but an exploration of the big picture. What if we had web-based tools to help mission-based organizations use every possible resource and meet every possible need? If you're interested in this question, please come and brainstorm with us.

At the conclusion of our Ethos Roundtable session, we will stroll down the hall to enjoy the good company, food, and drink at the 501 Tech Club that is so generously underwritten by TechFoundation. The 501 Tech Club is the monthly gathering of technology professionals who work with nonprofit organizations.

All Ethos Roundtable attendees are welcome at the Boston 501 Tech Club, and vice versa.

Please remember that there's never any need to make a reservation to attend Ethos Roundtable events. Just come if you can, and feel free to invite others! However, if you're planning to attend the Boston 501 Tech Club event at 6:00 pm, we ask that you send an email to Kathleen Sherwin of TechFoundation (ksherwin AT techfoundation DOT org). Since TechFoundation is providing the free food and drink, it's courteous to let them know how much to order.

See you in June!

Sunday

Melinda Wittstock on Web 2.0, populism, and professional journalism at the Ethos Roundtable

Please join us for our next Ethos Roundtable session:

Tuesday, May 19th
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Featured guest:
Melinda Wittstock, founder of Ask Your Lawmaker, Capitol News Connection, and Pundit Productions

Melinda Wittstock is an award-winning broadcast and print journalist with 20 years of experience in New York, Washington, and London. Her writing and hosting work spans BBC Radio and TV News, ABC News, National Public Radio (NPR), MSNBC/CNBC, as well as London's Times, Guardian, and Observer newspapers.

Melinda founded Capitol News Connection (CNC), which covers Congress from a local perspective for more than 200 public radio stations nationwide, reaching three million listeners. She also created "Power Breakfast", which airs daily on WAMU 88.5 FM in Washington.

She conceived and launched the Ask Your Lawmaker web site and widget, which lets citizens directly question their lawmakers. Users ask questions and vote on the ones they most want CNC journalists to pose to lawmakers. Audio answers are uploaded for users to listen to, comment and share.

Melinda will be sharing her vision of collaboration between citizens and professional journalists to foster accountability and transparency in government. She calls this "truth-squadding," and will be leading a discussion about how Web 2.0 makes this possible.

Although we don't often carry over an Ethos Roundtable theme from one month to the next, we do have an opportunity to do this in May. During our April session with Susan Labandibar, we brainstormed about ways to call Congress to account about the hazards of recycling e-waste overseas, and one of the strategies I suggested was posting a question about this to Ask Your Lawmaker. I posted a question on this topic, which you are welcome to vote up. You're also welcome to post a question of your own (on any topic whatsoever) to Ask Your Lawmaker - it only take about three minutes.

At the conclusion of our Ethos Roundtable session, we will stroll down the hall to enjoy the good company, food, and drink at the 501 Tech Club that is so generously underwritten by TechFoundation. The 501 Tech Club is the monthly gathering of technology professionals who work with nonprofit organizations.

All Ethos Roundtable attendees are welcome at the Boston 501 Tech Club, and vice versa.

Please remember that there's never any need to make a reservation to attend Ethos Roundtable events. Just come if you can, and feel free to invite others! However, if you're planning to attend the Boston 501 Tech Club event at 6:00 pm, we ask that you send an email to Kathleen Sherwin of TechFoundation (ksherwin AT techfoundation DOT org). Since TechFoundation is providing the free food and drink, it's courteous to let them know how much to order.

See you on the 19th!


Full disclosure of financial relationship: I serve as a paid consultant to Capitol News Connection and Ask Your Lawmaker.

Saturday

Join the Ethos Roundtable for a discussion with Susan Labandibar about green IT

Please join us for our next Ethos Roundtable session:

Tuesday, April 21st
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Featured guest: Susan Labandibar, founder of Tech Networks of Boston

Susan Labandibar is an expert on green information technology for small nonprofits and businesses, an ardent environmental advocate, and a leader of Boston's Sustainable Business Network. Her organization, Tech Networks of Boston, is creating a free web-based tool to allow any company to create a baseline for IT energy use. Businesses will be able to use the tool to forecast energy savings as they design and implement new IT solutions. Susan's presentation, Real Green IT, covers the three big reasons IT departments should go green, the five focus areas, and a sneak preview of the web-tool and its underlying methodology.

At the conclusion of our Ethos Roundtable session, we will stroll down the hall to enjoy the good company, food, and drink at the 501 Tech Club that is so generously underwritten by TechFoundation. The 501 Tech Club is the monthly gathering of technology professionals who work with nonprofit organizations.

All Ethos Roundtable attendees are welcome at the Boston 501 Tech Club, and vice versa.

Please remember that there's never any need to make a reservation to attend Ethos Roundtable events. Just come if you can, and feel free to invite others! However, if you're planning to attend the Boston 501 Tech Club event at 6:00 pm, we ask that you send an email to Kathleen Sherwin of TechFoundation (ksherwin AT techfoundation DOT org). Since TechFoundation is providing the free food and drink, it's courteous to let them know how much to order.

See you on the 21st!

Wednesday

Ken George joins us at the Ethos Roundtable for a discussion about public radio, social media, and civic engagement

Please join us for our next Ethos Roundtable session:

Ken George, online production manager of WBUR
Tuesday, March 17th
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA


Ken George, new media production manager at WBUR-FM, is a self-described "public radio guy stumbling along the digital highway." He will be leading a discussion about public radio, social media, and civic engagement.

At the conclusion of our Ethos Roundtable session, we will stroll down the hall to enjoy the good company, food, and drink at the 501 Tech Club that is so generously underwritten by TechFoundation. The 501 Tech Club is the monthly gathering of technology professionals who work with nonprofit organizations.

All Ethos Roundtable attendees are welcome at the Boston 501 Tech Club, and vice versa.

Please remember that there's never any need to make a reservation to attend Ethos Roundtable events. Just come if you can, and feel free to invite others! However, if you're planning to attend the Boston 501 Tech Club event at 6:00 pm, we ask that you send an email to Kathleen Sherwin of TechFoundation (ksherwin AT techfoundation DOT org). Since TechFoundation is providing the free food and drink, it's courteous to let them know how much to order.

See you on the 17th!

Monday

Brian Reich on "Mastering Today's Technology to Connect With and Keep Your Audience"

Please join us for our next Ethos Roundtable session:

Tuesday, February 17th
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Featured guest:
Brian Reich, co-author of the book "Media Rules: Mastering Today's Technology to Connect With and Keep Your Audience," and principal at EchoDitto

Brian is a veteran of online communications for political and nonprofit causes, and we'll have a lively discussion about how to use what he's learned to support positive social change.

At the conclusion of our Ethos Roundtable session, we will stroll down the hall to enjoy the good company, food, and drink at the 501 Tech Club that is so generously underwritten by TechFoundation. The 501 Tech Club is the monthly gathering of technology professionals who work with nonprofit organizations.

All Ethos Roundtable attendees are welcome at the Boston 501 Tech Club, and vice versa.

Please remember that there's never any need to make a reservation to attend Ethos Roundtable events. Just come if you can, and feel free to invite others! However, if you're planning to attend the Boston 501 Tech Club event at 6:00 pm, we ask that you send an email to Kathleen Sherwin of TechFoundation (ksherwin AT techfoundation DOT org). Since TechFoundation is providing the free food and drink, it's courteous to let them know how much to order.

See you on the 17th!

Tuesday

Starting off right in 2009 with the Ethos Roundtable

As 2009 begins, we are grateful to have some very exciting featured guests scheduled:

Jeffrey Wood, founder of eHope
Tuesday, January 20th
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA


Brian Reich, co-author of the book "Media Rules: Mastering Today's Technology to Connect With and Keep Your Audience," and principal at EchoDitto
Tuesday, February 17th
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA


Ken George, online production manager of WBUR
Tuesday, March 17th
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA


Susan Labandibar, founder of Tech Networks of Boston, and green IT expert
Tuesday, April 21st
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA


Melinda Wittstock, founder of Ask Your Lawmaker, Capitol News Connection, and Pundit Productions
Tuesday, May 19th
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA



Deborah Elizabeth Finn, Strategic Technology Consultant to Nonprofits and Philanthropies
Tuesday, June 16th
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA



Peter Deitz and Christine Egger of Social Actions
Tuesday, July 21st
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett Street
Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA


Please remember that there's never any need to make a reservation to attend Ethos Roundtable events. Just come if you can, and feel free to invite others!