Plan to join us for our Food for Thought breakfast, as we bring community and business leaders together to spark conversation and collaboration around issues of poverty as diverse as workforce development, at-risk youth, and healthcare. This year we’ll focus on the power of technology to inform, engage, and unite new audiences around initiatives that can improve the quality of our personal, professional and community lives. The event also celebrates the achievements of an outstanding individual or organization for their contributions to the quality of life, health and/or economic well-being of Greater Bridgeport through our LifeBridge Community Impact Award.
This year’s inspiring keynote speaker will be David Pogue, a New York Times bestselling author who has more than 1.5 million followers on Twitter, has given four TED talks, and is the tech critic for Yahoo Finance, the world’s biggest business publication. He writes a monthly column for Scientific American, and for thirteen years, he wrote the tech column for The New York Times. Pogue also hosts science shows on PBS’s NOVA and appears frequently on CBS Sunday Morning. His engaging presentations have earned him four Emmys, two Webby Awards, and a Loeb Award for journalism.
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