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Public Community Council Meeting (December 7 – Hybrid)
December 7, 2023 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
We’d love to see you in-person at our Community Council meeting on December 7! Join us for an evening of gratitude as we celebrate the incredible efforts of our partners and volunteers over the past year. Expect good food, great drinks, and even better company.
Can’t make it in person? This meeting will be hybrid, so you can still join us online using the Zoom link below!
Time: 3:30pm – 5:00pm (Doors open at 3:00pm)
Venue: Levine Center at Queens University of Charlotte – Room 131
Street Address: 2201 Wellesley Avenue Charlotte, NC 28274
Free Parking: North Deck Parking Garage (2217 Wellesley Ave)
- Enter from Wellesley Avenue; look for a large “Parking” sign
- Click here to view a map of Queens University. North Deck Parking Garage is “D” and the Levine Center is “26”
Virtual Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86857776566#succes
What is the Community Council?
The community council is a resident, public, private collaboration focused on producing recommendations on how Mecklenburg County can become the most digitally equitable community in America. Any resident in Mecklenburg County or public and private sector partner who operates within the county is welcome to join the council. The community council is governed by a co-created charter and led by workstream co-chairs who are elected by partners of the CDE.
Interested in becoming a member of the Community Council? Complete this interest form: https://share.hsforms.com/1JkmrAPzZRiC9oTPhbyI9RA3qimx
CDE Mission Statement
To make Mecklenburg County the most digital equitable community in America.
The Center for Digital Equity is the backbone organization for a collective impact strategy bringing together residents, public, and private sector partners to co-create solutions allowing every resident the opportunity to thrive in our modern culture.
What are the CDE’s workstreams?
The CDE is organized across five workstreams that tackle specific key performances indicators (KPIs) related to our mission and generally correlate with our no-cost community services. Workstream meetings are hosted monthly, and you’re welcome to join a different one each month to learn about their unique initiatives. You can find all the public workstream meetings on our events calendar. Our five workstreams are:
- Data, Research, and Program Measurement
- Device and Connectivity
- Digital Literacy and Skilling
- Digital Navigation and Technical Support
- Policy, Advocacy, and Ecosystem Development
The Center for Digital Equity (CDE) is an evolution of two key community initiatives; Digital Charlotte and the Charlotte Digital Inclusion Alliance and is housed at Queens University of Charlotte.
The CDE is supported by a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.