Speaker - Andrew Rasiej

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Andrew Rasiej is a social entrepreneur, futurist, and the founder of Personal Democracy Forum, an annual conference and community website focusing on and promoting the intersection of politics and technology.

He is also the co-founder of techPresident, an award winning group blog that covers how the 2008 Presidential candidates are using the web, and how voter generated content (a term he coined) is affecting the campaign.

In the 2004 Presidential race he served as Chairman of the Howard Dean Technology Advisory Council. In 2005 he ran a highly visible campaign for Public Advocate of New York City, running in the Democratic primary on a platform to bring low cost wireless internet access to all New Yorkers.

He writes a bi-weekly column for and he appears as an expert on the Internet and politics on major media channels including CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, NPR, FOX, BBC and SKY News.

5 Programs

The Guardian Activate Summit: Andrew Rasiej

05.03.12 | 00:15:07 min | 0 comments

Andrew Rasiej: Technology and the Future of WeGovernment

01.20.11 | 00:20:34 min | 0 comments

Building the Obama Brand: The Selling of Barack Obama

03.18.09 | 01:03:40 min | 1 comment

TechPres/PdF Founder Andrew Rasiej: Obama's Net Strategy

03.18.09 | 00:01:09 min | 1 comment

Rapid-Fire Q&A @ The Economist Marketing Forum

03.18.09 | 00:02:55 min | 0 comments