The New Florida Majority Builds a Movement for Campaign Finance Reform in Southern Florida

April 18, 2018 The New Florida Majority works to increase the voting and political power of marginalized and excluded constituencies toward an inclusive, equitable and just Florida. It trains grassroots citizens to be leaders, mobilizes communities to vote, educates the public and inspires Floridians to take action toward their dreams. Thanks to Voqal’s support, in Read More

Mobile Citizen Engages at NDIA 2018 Net Inclusion

April 17, 2018 Mobile Citizen, an initiative of Voqal, is excited to take an active role in this year’s NDIA Net Inclusion conference April 17-19 in Cleveland. On Wednesday, Mobile Citizen chief business development executive, Cassie Bair will speak on a panel focused on creating and managing digital inclusion partnerships. The panel is being moderated by Read More

Mobile Citizen Shares Digital Inclusion Research at NTEN 18NTC

April 13, 2018 At today’s NTEN Nonprofit Technology Conference, Mobile Citizen’s chief business development executive, Cassie Bair is featured on a panel sharing the findings from the recent Digital Adoption Survey conducted by NTEN and Mobile Citizen. Other panelists include Demetrius Williams of Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation, Lindsey Sipe, Technology Facilitator at Project L.I.F.T and Read More

Voqal Gains Valuable Knowledge and Relationships at SXSW EDU 2018

March 14, 2018 Voqal recently attended SXSW EDU, the education innovation-focused prelude to the annual SXSW madness in Austin, Texas. Vinny Badolato, Voqal education program director, and Molly Fohn, Mobile Citizen anchor institutions program manager, took the conference by storm, looking for new ways to further Voqal’s education work. The conference offered diverse panels, Meetups Read More

2018 Voqal Fellowship Spotlight: Alicia Nieves

March 8, 2018 The Voqal Fellowship is an investment in a new generation of social entrepreneurs interested in launching their next “big idea” aimed at increasing equity for those who are least well off politically, economically and/or socially. Fellows receive financial resources and mentoring to help bring that early stage idea to life. This month Read More