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Thursday, February 23
 

07:45

Breakfast and Registration
Thursday February 23, 2017 07:45 - 09:00
Atrium

08:30

Welcoming
Speakers
avatar for Blair Dimock

Blair Dimock

Vice-President, Partnerships and Knowledge, Ontario Trillium Foundation
Blair leads the strategic partnerships and services to the community that support applicants and grantees to build their capacity and amplify their impact. He also oversees the Measurement, Evaluation and Learning department that leads the Foundation’s Business Intelligence and Knowledge Management strategies. Prior to joining the Foundation in 2006 as Director of Research, Evaluation and Knowledge Management, Blair was Director of... Read More →
avatar for Deb Matthews

Deb Matthews

Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development, Government of Ontario
Deb Matthews is Ontario’s Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development. In this role, she is implementing the most ambitious reform of student financial assistance in North America and is leading the government’s efforts to better prepare Ontario’s workforce for the jobs of today and tomorrow. As Ontario’s Minister Responsible for Digital Government, she is focused on delivering simpler and better... Read More →


Thursday February 23, 2017 08:30 - 08:50
Auditorium

08:50

Introduction
M.C.
avatar for Sameer Vasta

Sameer Vasta

Government of Ontario, Digital Anthropologist and Advisor
Sameer Vasta is a digital anthropologist and advisor with the Government of Ontario. Over the past decade, he has worked with organizations like the Aga Khan Development Network, the World Bank, and MaRS Discovery District to effectively use new digital technologies to improve their governance, decision-making, public affairs, advocacy, and stakeholder engagement. He is an avid letter-writer and urban explorer.


Thursday February 23, 2017 08:50 - 09:00
Auditorium

09:00

The Opportunities and Challenges of Digital Data
Social sector organizations, foundations and governments are increasingly dependent on digital data to inform their strategies, monitor their progress, and manage their organizations. But with new potential benefits come new pitfalls. Hear acclaimed thought leader Lucy Bernholz outline how the social sector can pursue the opportunities of digital resources while taking the necessary care to address the risks.

Speakers
avatar for Lucy Bernholz

Lucy Bernholz

Senior Research Scholar, Stanford University
Lucy Bernholz is a Senior Research Scholar at Stanford University’s Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society and Director of the Digital Civil Society Lab. She has been a Visiting Scholar at The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, and a Fellow at the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Center, the Hybrid Reality Institute, and the New America Foundation. She is the author of numerous articles and books, including the... Read More →


Thursday February 23, 2017 09:00 - 09:30
Auditorium

09:30

Culture Clash: How to Lead Data-Informed Organizations

An organizational culture that applies data in innovative and productive ways does not happen by itself. Leadership is required to allocate the necessary resources and to devote time to foster change. This panel of experts will provide guidance on what it takes to cultivate a data-informed culture and share their experiences leading organizations through that change. 



Moderators
avatar for Tom Cochran

Tom Cochran

Chief Digital Strategist and VP of Public Sector, Acquia
Tom Cochran is the Chief Digital Strategist and VP of Public Sector for Acquia, helping governments across the U.S. federal, state, local, as well as international markets leverage cloud and open source to accelerate their digital transformation.  | | He was most recently a deputy assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of State, where he was responsible for the online and offline platforms for U.S. public diplomacy, focusing on... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Aamna Ashraf

Aamna Ashraf

Director, Peel Newcomer Strategy Group - Local Immigration Partnership for Peel Region
Aamna Ashraf is an experienced community engagement and diversity advocate that has worked in the not for profit sector for over 20 years. Aamna has a Master’s Degree in Education (Counselling Psychology) from the University of Ottawa, with thorough knowledge and extensive work experience with newcomers, immigrants, refugees and racialized communities in the areas of mental health, settlement, employment, housing, abuse and family... Read More →
avatar for Andrew Means

Andrew Means

Head, Beyond.uptake
Andrew Means is Head of beyond.uptake the philanthropic and civic innovation arm of Uptake and Co-Founder at The Impact Lab. Andrew is dedicated to creating a more effective and efficient social sector by developing data tools that help organizations improve their impact. Andrew works with a wide-range of nonprofit, foundation, and government agency partners on issues of strategy and data. Additionally, Andrew is founder of Data Analysts for... Read More →
avatar for Jason Shim

Jason Shim

Associate Director, Digital Strategy and Alumni Relations, Pathways to Education Canada
With over 10 years of experience spanning the nonprofit and academic sectors both as an employee and a consultant, Jason has consistently helped organizations engage with youth online and stay ahead of the technology curve. He currently serves as Associate Director, Digital Strategy and Alumni Relations at Pathways to Education Canada.   Jason has taught Digital Marketing at George Brown College, where he helped students understand the... Read More →


Thursday February 23, 2017 09:30 - 10:30
Auditorium

10:30

Break
Thursday February 23, 2017 10:30 - 11:00
Atrium

11:00

The Data is Coming, the Data is Coming!

Organizations will have five minutes and five slides to pitch their new and improved data.


Speakers
avatar for Andrew Benson

Andrew Benson

Transformation Specialist and Technology Solutions Architect, 211 Ontario
Andrew provides business transformation and strategic technology services to 211 Ontario and is the interim Business Intelligence Lead for Ontario Trillium Foundation. As the former Executive Director of Ontario 211 Services, Andrew led the development and integration of 211 services in Ontario, and contributed to the design of a pan-Canadian strategic operating and governance model. In his role with Ontario Trillium... Read More →
avatar for Shannon Craig

Shannon Craig

Chief Marketing & Product Officer, CanadaHelps
Joining CanadaHelps in July 2013, Shannon is fulfilling a long time desire to actively participate in the non-profit sector. A passionate marketer, she has extensive product marketing, research, strategic partnership and consumer marketing experience from companies including Kobo, WIND Mobile, Critical Path, FedEx and LEGO. In her role at CanadaHelps, Shannon is a key member of the leadership team which has overseen tremendous growth in... Read More →
avatar for Daren Nordhagen

Daren Nordhagen

President, Foundant Technologies
Daren Nordhagen is co-founder and President of Foundant Technologies. Foundant provides online grants management solutions to over 1000 grantmakers and grantseekers of all types and sizes, is an Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Privately Held Company, and is included on Outside Magazine’s Best Places to Work list. Daren’s high-tech career includes time with Extended Systems (acquired by Sybase), ProClarity Corporation... Read More →
avatar for Woodrow Rosenbaum

Woodrow Rosenbaum

CEO, With Intent
As founder and CEO of With Intent, an international consumer marketing agency, Woodrow has a long history of building top consumer brands. As a consultant, Woodrow has helped companies and brands to define strategies, develop new business and expand their markets. In the non-profit sector he has conducted research and analysis of individual giving behaviours; engaged with thousands of charities regarding fundraising strategies... Read More →


Thursday February 23, 2017 11:00 - 11:30
Auditorium

11:30

How Unlocking Administrative Data Will Improve Evaluation and Enable Social Finance
In other countries, new data partnerships are enabling more effective evaluation of social programs through the collection and sharing of government administrative data. These innovative approaches also have the potential to enable social finance, especially social impact bonds. This panel will discuss both international and emerging domestic projects that are currently unlocking this data. It will also suggest directions forward.

Moderators
avatar for Allyson Hewitt

Allyson Hewitt

Senior Fellow, JW McConnell Family Foundation
Allyson has assisted hundreds of social ventures to become economically sustainable and increase their social impact. She has developed and helps lead the social innovation programs at MaRS which includes Social Innovation Generation (SiG); the social finance programs of the Centre for Impact Investing; the MaRS Solutions Labs, designed to tackle complex challenges; and Studio Y, which supports youth to lead in the innovation economy. She... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Robyn Blackadar

Robyn Blackadar

President & CEO, PolicyWise
Robyn has over 20 years of experience in Alberta’s social and health system focusing on policy development and analysis, quality improvement, knowledge mobilization, and data system innovation. Appointed in September 2012 as President and CEO, Robyn is responsible for strategic and operational leadership of PolicyWise for Children & Families.  Robyn oversees PolicyWise’ generation and mobilization of evidence for child and... Read More →
avatar for Tris Lumley

Tris Lumley

Director of Development, New Philanthropy Capital
Tris leads NPC's development of new strategies, partnerships and initiatives to help transform the social sector to focus on and deliver greater impact, working with partners both in the UK and internationally. All of this is fundamentally based on collective action, as the challenges we face require systems change, not organisational success. Tris helped initiate the Inspiring Impact programme which aims to embed good impact practice across... Read More →
avatar for Anne White

Anne White

Senior Policy Advisor, Privy Council Office
Anne White is a Senior Policy Advisor with the Privy Council Office and until recently was a Government Innovation Fellow with the Harvard Kennedy School of Government’s Government Performance Lab.  She has led the development of Social Impact Bonds, Pay for Success contracting, and data-driven procurement in the US and helped support the Province of Ontario on their endeavour.  Previously, she was a researcher on government... Read More →


Thursday February 23, 2017 11:30 - 12:30
Auditorium

12:30

Lunch
Thursday February 23, 2017 12:30 - 13:30
Atrium

13:30

Beyond Dollars: How Funders are Opening up their Data for Impact
Funders increasingly view their data as a resource that can be shared in support of their own mission and the groups they fund. This breakout will cover the different ways funders are mobilizing their data in addition to their dollars.

 

Moderators
avatar for Michael Lenczner

Michael Lenczner

Executive Director & CEO, Powered by Data & Ajah
Michael Lenczner has over 15 years of experience working at the intersection of technology and the nonprofit sector. He splits his time between serving as the CEO of Ajah, a Montreal-based company that develops online tools for fundraisers, and being the Director of Powered by Data, a nonprofit initiative launched by Ajah that helps the nonprofit sector use data to increase its impact. In 2003, Michael founded Île Sans Fil, a community... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Benjamin McNamee

Benjamin McNamee

Acting Director of Measurement, Evaluation, and Learning, Ontario Trillium Foundation
Ben is the Acting Director of Measurement, Evaluation, and Learning at the Ontario Trillium Foundation. He oversees the Foundation's Business Intelligence, Impact Measurement, Open Data, and Knowledge Management programs. He was previously an Impact Measurement and Evaluation Analyst, working to evaluate the impact of individual OTF grantees and the organization's whole Investment Strategy. He has played a vital role in the data analytics... Read More →
avatar for Rebeccah Mullen

Rebeccah Mullen

Communications Manager for the Office of the President, Vancouver Foundation
Rebeccah is the Communications Manager for the Office of the President at Vancouver Foundation, Canada's largest community foundation. She joined Vancouver Foundation in 2014, taking on direct management of Vancouver Foundation's corporate identity and key messaging, and acting in an strategic advisory role for organization-wide projects and priorities. Most recently, Rebeccah is leading Vancouver Foundation's Open Licensing Policy project... Read More →
avatar for Jordan Zed

Jordan Zed

Treasury Board Secretariat - Government of Canada, Director of Open Government
Jordan Zed is a lawyer by training and current member of the Ontario Bar. He is also the Director of Open Government at the Treasury Board Secretariat in the Government of Canada. Immediately prior, he served as Chief of Staff to the Deputy Minister at Environment and Climate Change Canada during Canada's signing and ratification of the Paris climate change agreement. Jordan developed an interest in international relations in 2004 while... Read More →


Thursday February 23, 2017 13:30 - 14:30
Auditorium A

13:30

Doing Data Ethically
Data isn’t a silver bullet. It doesn’t solve every problem facing the sector and beyond that, it can actually introduce new risks — especially when dealing with marginalized or vulnerable populations. This session, led by one of the world’s leading thinkers on the ethics of digital data, will connect participants with the latest resources for safe, ethical and effective digital data governance and provide guidance on how you can address your own data challenges. 

Speakers
avatar for Lucy Bernholz

Lucy Bernholz

Senior Research Scholar, Stanford University
Lucy Bernholz is a Senior Research Scholar at Stanford University’s Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society and Director of the Digital Civil Society Lab. She has been a Visiting Scholar at The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, and a Fellow at the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Center, the Hybrid Reality Institute, and the New America Foundation. She is the author of numerous articles and books, including the... Read More →
avatar for Tracey Lauriault

Tracey Lauriault

Assistant Professor of Critical Media and Big Data, Media Studies and Communication, School of Journalism and Communication at Carleton University
Tracey P. Lauriault, is assistant professor of Critical Media and Big Data, Media Studies and Communication in the School of Journalism and Communication at Carleton University. Her areas of expertise are, critical data studies; small, big and spatial data policy; data infrastructures and open data, open government, geospatial data, crowdsourcing and the preservation and archiving of data. She is a research associate with the... Read More →


Thursday February 23, 2017 13:30 - 14:30
Auditorium B

13:30

Domesticating the SDGs
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) build on the success of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and call for action by all countries -- poor, rich, and middle-income -- to promote prosperity while protecting the planet. They recognize that ending poverty must go hand-in-hand with strategies that build economic growth and addresses a range of social needs including education, health, social protection, and job opportunities, while tackling climate change and environmental protection. Countries have the primary responsibility for follow-up and review of the progress made in implementing the SDGs, which will require quality, accessible and timely data collection.

Panelists will discuss what a national plan to adopt the SDGs might look like, and what the benefits to, and roles, for the various sectors would be.

Moderators
avatar for JP Bervoets

JP Bervoets

Community Foundations of Canada, Vice President of Partnerships and Public Engagement
For the past decade, JP Bervoets has worked to foster collaboration and build partnerships between non-profit, public and private sector organizations to advance community wellbeing and sustainable development. He is currently Vice President of Partnerships and Public Engagement at Community Foundations of Canada (CFC), a national network of 191 community foundations that is leveraging partnerships, philanthropic expertise, community... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Helle Bank Jorgensen

Helle Bank Jorgensen

President, Global Compact Network Canada (GCNC)
Appointed as the UN Special Advisor to the Global Compact in 2013, Helle now serves as the President of Global Compact Network Canada (GCNC); Canadas network for responsible businesses and organizations. GCNC has since 2015 engaged the private and public sector in the advancement of the SDGs, a mandate given by the UN Secretary General. SDG-webinars, -workshops, -awards and facilitation of consultations between Canadian business... Read More →
avatar for Jean-Noé Landry

Jean-Noé Landry

Executive Director, Open North
Jean-Noé is a leading Canadian open data and international democracy expert with more than 15 years of experience opening-up government and political institutions and movement building. Beginning his career with the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and the United Nations in more than a dozen countries, including Russia, Tunisia, Kenya and Ukraine, Jean-Noé specialized in applied research, civic technology, and government... Read More →
avatar for Cara Williams

Cara Williams

Chief Advisor of International Relations, Statistics Canada
Cara Williams is a Chief Advisor of International Relations at Statistics Canada, where she manages Statistics Canada’s international initiatives and activities including statistical capacity building projects.  Along with these responsibilities, she has also taken on the role of being the Canadian representative on the United Nations Inter-Agency and Expert Advisory Group for Sustainable Development Goal indicators.  Prior... Read More →


Thursday February 23, 2017 13:30 - 14:30
Auditorium C

14:30

Behind Closed Doors, Tales of Data Analysis
It’s not always possible to get data collection and analysis right on the first try. Hear about the good, the bad, and the ugly of data analysis from experts who have seen it all and are willing to share their best stories about how it can go right as well as how it can go wrong.

Moderators
avatar for Michael Hall

Michael Hall

Vice President, Program Research and Development, YMCA of Greater Toronto
Michael Hall is Vice President, Program Research and Development at the YMCA of Greater Toronto where he provides strategic leadership to the YMCA’s research agenda and the evaluation of its impact. Michael’s career has focused on developing and mobilizing knowledge to strengthen the contributions that charities and community organizations make to the lives of Canadians. In addition to his many publications on philanthropy and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Heather Krause

Heather Krause

CEO, Datassist
Heather Krause, PStat is a data scientist with years of experience working on complex research problems in the social, non-profit, and data journalism sectors. She is passionate about helping people tell rich stories using the best data available and simple tools.  Heather works on stories that mix math, science and creativity into moving and comprehensive narratives and data journalism pieces.  As the founder and principal... Read More →
avatar for Andrew Means

Andrew Means

Head, Beyond.uptake
Andrew Means is Head of beyond.uptake the philanthropic and civic innovation arm of Uptake and Co-Founder at The Impact Lab. Andrew is dedicated to creating a more effective and efficient social sector by developing data tools that help organizations improve their impact. Andrew works with a wide-range of nonprofit, foundation, and government agency partners on issues of strategy and data. Additionally, Andrew is founder of Data Analysts for... Read More →


Thursday February 23, 2017 14:30 - 15:30
Auditorium B

14:30

Collecting Data for Collective Impact
We all collect data. But not all of us design data systems for tens, hundreds or even thousands of stakeholders. How do the experts develop systems that scale, or design collective impact systems that meet the needs of their various stakeholders? Hear directly from leaders who have successfully built these systems and learn from their experience.

Moderators
avatar for Joe Greenwood

Joe Greenwood

Program Director, MaRS Data Catalyst
Joe Greenwood is Program Director for the MaRS Data Catalyst program at MaRS Discovery District working with many different partners to build a cross sector platform of available and integrated data that can drive innovation and entrepreneurial activity in priority sectors in Canada. Joe's background is in product development and management of large-scale data and web services for the commercial, community and government markets... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Michael Ditor

Michael Ditor

Senior Analyst and Project Coordinator, Community Data Program and Community Analytics program, Canadian Council on Social Development
Michael has worked on various knowledge-sharing and monitoring initiatives, focusing on the creation and dissemination of sustainability indicators that track local trends and inform policy. Projects involve engaging multiple stakeholders, data analysis, production of reports and shared databases, as well as providing online tools with access to content, data and rigorously maintained metadata. He has worked on these initiatives as project... Read More →
avatar for Nick Falvo

Nick Falvo

Director of Research and Data, Calgary Homeless Foundation
Nick Falvo is Director of Research and Data at the Calgary Homeless Foundation. His area of research is social policy, with a focus on poverty, housing, homelessness and social assistance. Nick has a PhD in public policy from Carleton University. Fluently bilingual, he is a member of the editorial board of the Canadian Review of Social Policy / Revue canadienne de politique sociale.  Follow him on Twitter: @nicholas_falvo
avatar for Liz Weaver

Liz Weaver

Vice-President, Tamarack Institute
Liz is passionate about the power and potential of communities getting to impact on complex issues. Liz leads the Tamarack Learning Centre providing strategic direction for the design and development of learning activities. The Tamarack Learning Centre strategically invests in community leaders to co-generate knowledge and become a collective force for social change. Liz is one of Tamarack's highly regarded trainers and has developed and... Read More →


Thursday February 23, 2017 14:30 - 15:30
Auditorium C

14:30

Government as a Partner: Collaborating on Data Solutions for the Sector

Housing, employment, education, immigration: are all examples of social challenges with their own dedicated funding systems, regulations, legislation, and research. Each of these challenges also has their own information infrastructure. Government can, and often does, play an important role in supporting the development and maintenance of this infrastructure. Panelists will give examples of the information infrastructure in their areas, and share how they have supported its development.


Moderators
avatar for Robin Wisener

Robin Wisener

Senior Policy Analyst, Social Innovation Unit at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)
Robin Wisener is a Senior Policy Analyst in the Social Innovation Unit at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Since joining the Government of Canada six years ago, Robin’s focus has been the development and implementation of enabling policy to advance social innovation capacity in the not-for-profit sector. In particular, Robin has leveraged social finance, social enterprise, multi-sector partnerships and emerging... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Anil Patel

Anil Patel

Co-Founder & Managing Director, Grantbook
Anil Patel is the Co-Founder of GrantBook. Over the past decade, Anil has written and/or reviewed over 2,500 grant proposals. Having been involved on both sides of the grant-seeking and grant-making ledger, Anil is currently re-imagining how philanthropic information can flow so people can solve problems. For Anil, the following quote from Makers, the New Industrial Revolution by Chris Anderson, drives home the motivation behind GrantBook’s... Read More →
avatar for Seema Taneja

Seema Taneja

Chief Measurer of Anything that matters, Taneja Consulting
Seema has been an active member of the research sector for more than fifteen years now.  She engages with community service providers and decision-makers to advocate with evidence-based data the realities and needs of diverse communities. She aligns the experiences of providers, program users, and potential users with national quantitative data and local data sources. She presents data so to optimize its use for both funders and local... Read More →


Thursday February 23, 2017 14:30 - 15:30
Auditorium A

15:30

Break
Thursday February 23, 2017 15:30 - 16:00
Atrium

16:00

What Will It Take to Get From Here to There?
The social sector has an opportunity to use digital data in new ways to drive innovation and impact. This transformation will require organizations, funders, and government policymakers to work together. However, it is not clear how the sector will organize and access the resources to take this collective step. This session is about how to make this transformation happen and who must participate for it to be successful.

Moderators
avatar for Stephen Huddart

Stephen Huddart

President and CEO, The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation
Stephen Huddart is President and CEO of The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation, a national private foundation based in Montreal, with additional staff in Vancouver, Toronto and Ottawa. The Foundation has played a leading role in developing social innovation and impact investing in Canada as a founding partner of Social Innovation Generation (SiG). McConnell's other initiatives include Innoweave, The McConnell Reconciliation... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Mariana Catz

Mariana Catz

Chief Program Officer, UJA Federation of Greater Toronto
Mariana Catz brings over 20 years of transformational leadership nationally and internationally in the not for profit, public and private sectors to her role as Chief Program Officer at the UJA Federation of Greater Toronto. | | Prior to that, she was Chief Operating Officer at the Ontario Trillium Foundation. She was instrumental in creating OTF's new granting methodology and strategy launched in 2015, and she has positioned the Foundation... Read More →
avatar for Michael Lenczner

Michael Lenczner

Executive Director & CEO, Powered by Data & Ajah
Michael Lenczner has over 15 years of experience working at the intersection of technology and the nonprofit sector. He splits his time between serving as the CEO of Ajah, a Montreal-based company that develops online tools for fundraisers, and being the Director of Powered by Data, a nonprofit initiative launched by Ajah that helps the nonprofit sector use data to increase its impact. In 2003, Michael founded Île Sans Fil, a community... Read More →
avatar for Tris Lumley

Tris Lumley

Director of Development, New Philanthropy Capital
Tris leads NPC's development of new strategies, partnerships and initiatives to help transform the social sector to focus on and deliver greater impact, working with partners both in the UK and internationally. All of this is fundamentally based on collective action, as the challenges we face require systems change, not organisational success. Tris helped initiate the Inspiring Impact programme which aims to embed good impact practice across... Read More →


Thursday February 23, 2017 16:00 - 17:00
Auditorium

17:00

Closing Remarks
Speakers
avatar for Lucy Bernholz

Lucy Bernholz

Senior Research Scholar, Stanford University
Lucy Bernholz is a Senior Research Scholar at Stanford University’s Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society and Director of the Digital Civil Society Lab. She has been a Visiting Scholar at The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, and a Fellow at the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Center, the Hybrid Reality Institute, and the New America Foundation. She is the author of numerous articles and books, including the... Read More →
avatar for Andrew Means

Andrew Means

Head, Beyond.uptake
Andrew Means is Head of beyond.uptake the philanthropic and civic innovation arm of Uptake and Co-Founder at The Impact Lab. Andrew is dedicated to creating a more effective and efficient social sector by developing data tools that help organizations improve their impact. Andrew works with a wide-range of nonprofit, foundation, and government agency partners on issues of strategy and data. Additionally, Andrew is founder of Data Analysts for... Read More →

M.C.
avatar for Sameer Vasta

Sameer Vasta

Government of Ontario, Digital Anthropologist and Advisor
Sameer Vasta is a digital anthropologist and advisor with the Government of Ontario. Over the past decade, he has worked with organizations like the Aga Khan Development Network, the World Bank, and MaRS Discovery District to effectively use new digital technologies to improve their governance, decision-making, public affairs, advocacy, and stakeholder engagement. He is an avid letter-writer and urban explorer.


Thursday February 23, 2017 17:00 - 17:15
Auditorium