InterCommunity 2017

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

We are in this together.
September 19, 2017

Mark your calendar for a special edition of InterCommunity 2017, our global membership meeting. In celebration of our 25th anniversary, we will take time to look back, to celebrate with our community and to look ahead to the future. 

InterCommunity kicks-off with the live presentation of the 2017 Internet Hall of Fame induction ceremony. In its fourth year, the Internet Hall of Fame celebrates the extraordinary people who helped to make the Internet what it is today. Join us to find out who will be recognized this year.

Following the ceremony, we will pass the InterCommunity program to our Interactive Regional Nodes around the world for a lively discussion on the critical factors that will shape the future Internet. The conversations will focus on key findings from our 2017 Global Internet Report that will launch in early September. Join the InterCommunity conversation from your nearest Regional Node, or from anywhere – all you need to participate is an Internet connection and a computer. We want to hear your views on what tomorrow’s Internet might look like and how our community can make a positive impact.

InterCommunity will conclude back in Los Angeles with a roundtable discussion featuring several Internet Hall of Fame inductees and next generation Internet leaders from our 25 under 25 program. Our panelists will share their unique perspectives and discuss how our community can advance the recommendations for the future Internet we all want.

How to Participate
Join the meeting from wherever you are. You can participate online or in-person at an Interactive Regional Node in your area or from one of many Chapter Celebration Nodes. Watch for the list of locations where you can join in-person, coming in June.

Let’s join together for this special occasion and to celebrate our work for #thenext25.

The next 25 years depend on you… Join us on September 19!

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