, who guided online and social-media strategies in both of Barack Obama’s presidential runs, speaks tomorrow night as part of the Green Building Alliance’s Inspire Speakers Series
Joining him are Debra Lam, chief innovation & performance officer for the City of Pittsburgh, and emcee Andrew Butcher, co-founder and CEO of Pittsburgh’s G-TECH strategies.
Slaby is a consultant who uses technology and social media to address social challenges. In addition to Obama for America, Slaby has worked for organizations including F*ck Cancer, LiveStrong, and Bright Pink, and for the United Nations and the U.S. State Department. Currently, he is a managing partner of Timshel
, a new company.
The GBA, which promotes more sustainable architecture and construction practices, says Slaby’s talk will address how to “inspire a diverse and inclusive movement to transform our region into a thriving place from the ground up.”
Also speaking is Lam, a Pittsburgh native with an international resume that
includes stints in New York, China and the U.K. She has worked as a project manager and policy consultant at Arup, a global consulting and design firm, and has done strategy work with clients including the World Bank. In her current position, she works to make city government more efficient, open, transparent and responsive.
The event takes place from 5-8 p.m. tomorrow at the Hillman Auditorium. The Hill House
is located at 1825 Centre Ave., in the Hill District.
Tickets are $20 and are available here
. The evening includes beer, wine and food as well as networking opportunities.
Other Inspire Speakers Series co-sponsors include Chatham University and Sustainable Pittsburgh.