Sustaining and Scaling Your Work – How to Do It, Why It’s So Hard, and Key Lessons Learned
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The session goal is to share – and validate – key lessons on challenges and successful approaches to scaling and sustaining civic tech tools, especially those focused on strengthening governance, as distilled through interviews, desk research, and practical experience.
The session will serve as an opportunity to discuss the International Republican Institute’s findings, identify and confirm common needs among civic tech implementers, and will include an open brainstorm on suggestions for funders and implementers to better support and advance their work.
→ About the speakers:
- Amanda Zink is a Program Officer on the Technology and Democracy team at the International Republican Institute’s Center for Global Impact. At IRI, Amanda leads digital democracy projects with a particular focus on civic and government technology, including supporting democracy actors – governments, civil society, and civic tech practitioners – to integrate and capitalize on digital tools, in addition to working on information integrity issues.
- Diana Kurth is a Program Associate on the Technology and Democracy Team at the International Republican Institute’s Center for Global Impact. At IRI, Diana supports digital democracy projects primarily with a focus on civic and government technology.