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Community Technology Program Manager
David has directed the city's digital inclusion programs and related strategic partnerships since 1997. He is currently co-chair of the Washington State Council on Digital Inclusion, which developed as part of the Communities Connect Network project, which he helped found. David also serves on the Washington State Access to Justice Board Technology Committee. He was on the advisory panel for the development of the national IMLS Digital Inclusion Framework. David has also served on the Washington State High Speed Internet Strategy Work Group and on the national boards of CTCNet and the Alliance for Community Media. He is a member of the city's Race and Social Justice Inclusive Public Engagement committee and leads the city's Technology Indicators research project. David's work also includes development of the PugetSoundOff.org youth civic engagement project, IT Indicators for a technology healthy community research, Technology Matching Fund grant program, broadband for public computing centers, and launching the Seniors Training Seniors computer learning program.
Phone: (206) 386-9759
Program Advisor & Technology Matching Fund Manager
Delia provides strategic advice and technical assistance to community based programs and she manages the Technology Matching Fund. She represents the Department of Information Technology on the city's Translation and Interpretation Initiative.
Phone: (206) 233-2751
Community Technolgy Support Specialist
Derrick is our resident public computing systems expert, providing support to city public computers and technical assistance to community technology learning programs. He oversees deployment of our free cable broadband Internet connections for non-profits, maintains our public computer stations.
Phone: (206) 233-5061
Outreach & Education Coordinator
Vicky is responsible for coordinating our community outreach and education efforts. She is project manager for the civic engagement component of the Technology Matching Fund, coordinates educational campaigns around computer security, low-cost Internet & computers, and also manages our publications and social media campaign, including Brainstorm, our monthly eZine, @diginclusion (Twitter) and facebook.com/SeattleCommunityTech page.
Phone: (206) 233-7877
Community Technology Program
Department of Information Technology
City of Seattle
P.O. Box 94709
Seattle, WA 98124-4709
Our offices are located at:
Seattle Municipal Tower (formerly Key Tower)
700 Fifth Avenue
Located at the intersection of 5th and Columbia in downtown Seattle.
Phone: (206) 684-0600
Fax: (206) 684-0911