Hillary Hartley is co-founder and deputy executive director at 18F, a digital services consultancy inside the General Services Administration. She came to the GSA as a Presidential Innovation Fellow in 2013, where she worked on the development of My.USA.gov. Hillary has been working to make government more accessible and available online for nearly two decades, starting as a web designer for Arkansas.gov in 1997. As Director of Integrated Marketing for eGovernment provider NIC, Hillary helped NIC’s 30 state government partners embrace new technology and concepts for a 21st century government. She speaks at events across the country, educating and evangelizing “government 2.0” and customer service/community engagement best practices for government.
For more, keep up with Hillary on Twitter as @hillary.
Leadership By Design 2015: Prototypes, Process & Play
Design of Organizations
Day 1 of Prototypes, Process & Play closes out with a panel featuring 3 very different leaders from 3 very different types of organizations. Clay Parker Jones, Hillary Hartley, and Peter Merholz will describe how their organizations are structured, how and why they’re successful, and then take questions from the moderator and the audience. Get ready to learn from these leaders who have found successes in various organizations—from rapid-growing startups to holacracy to the federal government!