Talk: Leveraging digital tools to expand voter access
Tiana Epps-Johnson, founder and executive director of the Center for Technology and Civic Life, will be joining Missouri State’s annual Public Affairs Conference to discuss the ways that technology can be used to increase participation in U.S. elections. She will focus on the approach The Center takes in partnership with election officials, technology companies and civic engagement organizations to improve the U.S. elections process for millions. She will also share case studies of organizations founded by young people who are helping to break down barriers to voting for people across the country.
All Public Affairs Conference events are free and open to the public. No registration is necessary to attend. Learn more here: https://publicaffairs.missouristate.edu/conference/.