A NetSquared panel featuring speakers from Social Actions, Your Mapper and Rosetta Project. This event was moderated by John Hoffman of ZeroDivide.
This year's NetSquared Conference, a Mashup Challenge, brings together a unique mix of people from the public and private sectors to develop and release Mashups designed to provide deeper insight into the social issues affecting communities around the globe.
Peter Deitz is the founder of Social Actions and the author of a blog called About Micro-Philanthropy.
John Hoffman is Director of Business Development and External Affairs. He is responsible for developing strategic partnerships leading to growth capital for the foundationâ€™s investment portfolio. He brings over ten years of experience in creating and implementing successful strategies in business development and marketing. His community affiliations involve work with Pacific Chamber Symphony, Taproot Foundation and New Leaf Services for Community. Prior to ZeroDivide, Mr. Hoffman worked for Groove Eleven, Sun Microsystems, IBM and US Bancorp. He is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and has an MBA from the University of Washington.
JD Ross Leahy
JD Ross Leahy is the Rosetta Project Archive Manager. He holds a B.A. in Linguistics from the University of Oregon.
Michael Schnuerle is founder and CEO of YourMapper.
Michael has over 14 years of career experience in the internet field and has had a passion for maps ever since his first bedroom was covered in nautical wallpaper. His web background runs the gamut from programming, user interface design, graphic design, information architecture, project management, and product management.
Michael has worked and lived in Australia, Paris, Edinburgh, San Francisco, Lexington, and he currently resides in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky.
Laura Welcher is the Additional Project Idea Representative for the Rosetta Project.