Stacy Kane is a Presidential Management Fellow at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau where she is project manager for the Design and Technology Fellowship. The Fellowship is an innovative effort to bring top design and development talent into the government as a core function and skill set. Previously, she worked at the Department of Homeland Security, where she served in the Secretary’s Office working on the Blue Campaign to combat human trafficking. She has also worked for the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation Domestic Violence Project, the Health Law Partnership, College Summit, the Center for Nashville Studies, Ashoka, and K.I.P.P Academy Charter School. She co-founded and taught a course in corporate social responsibility at Vanderbilt and founded the Synergy College Preparatory and Mentoring Program in Nashville, TN. Ms. Kane also taught English in West Africa and co-coordinated the Education Without Borders International Conference in the United Arab Emirates. Ms. Kane earned her J.D. from Emory University and is a member of the Maryland Bar. She earned a B.S. in Human and Organizational Development and Sociology and an M.P.P. in Education Policy from Vanderbilt University.
Thursday, July 26
10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Cross Sector Collaboration
To solve social problems, the government must find creative ways to work with other types of organizations including foundations, private companies, and non-profit organizations. In this session, you will learn about innovative examples of cross-sector collaboration. The presenters will also provide you with tips on how to engage in cross-sector collaboration in your own work in the government.