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Let's use this topic to instroduce ourselves. I am George Gundrey of CompuMentor. Along with Laura Breeden of Education Development Center, Inc. and the America Connects Consortium, I will be your co-host for this week-long event.
Below is my Bio:
George Gundrey is the Senior Program Manager of the Community Technology Center (CTC) program at CompuMentor. The CTC program provides consulting, training and other services to nonprofit organizations, schools, and other agencies starting and running CTCs, focusing on technology planning, program design, curriculum development, and sustainability. CompuMentor has worked with community technology programs since 1995, working in rural and urban settings, and developing programs serving different communities including women, immigrants, job seekers, youth, seniors, and others. CompuMentor’s CTC program also participates in large CTC initiatives including PowerUP, CTCNet, and the Department of Education's America Connects Consortium.
George has spent over 10 years working on technology and Internet issues in a non-profit setting, with a special interest on media, communications and youth. Prior to joining CompuMentor he spent three years at the Pacific News Service where is worked with various youth media projects and the ethnic press, and was Program Manager at the Institute for Global Communications, a pioneer organization bringing online tools to nonprofit social change organizations. He lives in Oakland, California.
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