Mike Bracken, Chief Digital Officer, Co-operative Group
Hillary Hartley, Deputy Executive Director, 18F
Dominic Campbell, Founder and Director, FutureGov
Ron Huldai, Mayor, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
Steve Clemons, Washington Editor at Large, The Atlantic
Mike joined the Group in September 2015 from the UK Government where he has been Executive Director of Digital since July 2011. Prior to joining the Government, Mike worked at Guardian News & Media as Digital Development Director for nearly four years; co-founded e-democracy site My Society and was a Director/Shareholder at technical services company Wavex. He was awarded a CBE in the 2014 New Year’s Honours list in recognition of the digital transformation of public services, and for working to develop football in the borough of Hackney.
Dominic Campbell is a digital government specialist and social innovator with a background in government policy, communications and technology- led change. Having spent five years in local government in London, Dominic established FutureGov in early 2008. FutureGov supports government in the UK, Europe and the United States to better understand new media and draw on social technology-based strategies and tools in the areas of business improvement and improved citizen engagement.
Steve Clemons is Washington editor at large for The Atlantic and editor of Atlantic Live. He writes frequently about politics and foreign affairs.
Clemons is a senior fellow and the founder of the American Strategy Program at the New America Foundation, a centrist think tank in Washington, D.C., where he previously served as executive vice president. He writes and speaks frequently about the D.C. political scene, foreign policy, and national security issues, as well as domestic and global economic-policy challenges.
As the co-founder and deputy executive director, Hillary focuses on building the community, communications, and creative sides of 18F. She previous served as a Presidential Innovation Fellow and worked for a company that helped build websites for federal, state, and local governments. She started her career working as a graphic designer on the state website of Arkansas.
In 1998, Ron Huldai was elected the ninth Mayor of Tel Aviv-Yafo, the first Modern Hebrew city, founded in 1909. He was reelected for his third consecutive five-year term in 2008.
Huldai’s vision for Tel Aviv-Yafo is to further solidify the city as the epicenter of pluralism and liberalism, higher education, commerce, scientific achievement, quality of life and the focal point of Israeli art and culture.