<quote who="Liz 99" date="Sat, Nov 09, 2019 at 02:01:52PM
I think they said there were about 300 people here. I
was told that there
are some regular planners who could help with the programming &
scholarships, they need locals to find a venue (often a college) and place
for receptions, scope out the hotel situation & public transit. And the
Foundation helps out with funding, I'm sure.
And Vancouver is a possibility!
I am a professor at the University of Washington in Seattle. I likely
won't be able to play a very active roll in day-to-day organizing but
and am happy to help my name/support to hosting something at UW.
We looked into this a few years back, actually so I think I know the
answers to obvious first set of questions.
Benjamin Mako Hill
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