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November 2-3 | Washington DC

Feedback Labs is excited to present the third annual Feedback Summit on November 2-3, 2017 in Washington, D.C. This Summit will bring together leading thinkers, practitioners, funders, and researchers in closing feedback loops in aid and philanthropy. We’ll be sharing our experiences, knowledge, and skills on transforming constituent feedback into power, and exploring feedback loops as tools for building responsive, democratic, and accountable governance.

Pitch Your Session

Thank you for your interest in pitching a session for the Feedback Summit. In true feedback fashion, the agenda is built by you, Summit participants. Applications are open now for breakout sessions.

This is your space to work with your fellow feedback experts in honing your skills, challenging each other’s assumptions, and driving our collective agenda forward. Click through for more information and to submit your session pitch. Session application deadline is April 15, 2017.

If you have any questions, please reach out to us at summit@feedbacklabs.org

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Highlights Summit 2016

Sponsorship Opportunities

Feedback Labs believes that regular people – whether we call them beneficiaries, constituents, or citizens – should be driving the policies and programs that affect them. The Feedback Summit is a two-day, engaging event that brings together practitioners and experts in aid, development, and governance to interrogate the concept of feedback as the right, smart, and feasible thing to bring about improvements in these fields.

The Feedback Summit uniquely positions you to participate in the changing face of development. The summit provides an increasingly rare opportunity for cross-sector communication and deep engagement in moving the needle forward. Last year, the 150 attendees pulled from 60+ organizations including places like the World Bank, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, USAID, Mercy Corps, City of Austin Texas, and Brooking Institution.

This year we need your help to bring leaders from international governments, domestic non-profits, and global foundations to further enhance the quality and diverse commitments of our community. Contact Meg at summit@feedbacklabs.org to be an integral part of using feedback to create responsive, democratic, and accountable governance.

Summit 2017 Location

We’ll be hosting the Feedback Summit at the
Partnership for Public Service:

1100 New York Ave, NW,
Washington, DC 20005

 

Getting to the Summit

Metro Center: use the 12th & G Streets exit. At the top of the escalators, turn right to walk north on 12th Street. Cross H Street and turn right on New York Avenue NW. The entrance to 1100 New York Avenue NW is on your right. Use the East elevators to reach the Partnership for Public Service on the 2nd floor.

Gallery Places/Chinatown: exit at 9th and G Streets/National Portrait Gallery. Walk west on G Street for two blocks. Turn right on 11th Street and walk one block. The entrance to 1100 New York Avenue NW is on your right. Use the East elevators to reach the Partnership for Public Service on the 2nd floor.

Parking: If you are driving, there is a parking garage below the conference building, accessible from 12th Street just past H Street. Parking is approximately $20 a day in the cash-only garage. The parking garage opens at 7 a.m.