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2008 NCDD Conference Participants, DC Metro Area, Everybody!, Mid-Atlantic

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Recent Activity
1 months ago
AMoll joined a group: 2008 NCDD Conference Participants
My Personal Info
Full Name: Alexander Moll
NCDD Member Since: Oct. 3, 2007
About Me: Mr. Moll is the full-time Director of Civic Engagement for the Public Forum Institute. He is a volunteer at the Salam Sudan Foundation (SSF), a 501�(3) non-profit think tank/NGO, based in Washington, DC with branches in Khartoum, Nairobi and Paris. He is also a board member of Neighborhood Democracy Network, Inc. the 501(c)(3) charitable organization he co-founded and financed at age 25. Currently, the organzation is developing programs and internet tools to facilitate a renewed and expanded tradiition of structured and interconnected deliberative democracy forums.
My Interest Areas: Deliberative Democracy, Facilitation, Conflict Resolution, Decision Making, Philosophy, Appreciative Inquiry, Social Media, Semantic Web, Organizational and Social Change, Epistemology, Public Policy
My Work
Organization Name: The Public Forum Institute
Title / Position: Director, Civic Engagement
Description: The Public Forum Institute is an independent, non-partisan, not-for-profit organization committed to developing the most advanced and effective means of fostering public discourse. The Forum tailors projects that advance the exchange of ideas and understanding of policy by combining issue expertise with effective facilitation techniques and advanced public participation methods. His role involves planning, organizing, and facilitating impartial and interactive public policy forums. His work focuses on applying a wide array of approaches in the deliberative democracy field through communication processes and products, including the use of group facilitation techniques and technology in collaborative learning and voting, respectively. My aim is to create unique face-to-face forums that naturally foster greater representation in examples of ever-evolving informed consensus by capitalizing on the insights of citizens. Currently, Mr. Moll is developing processes for forums that provide neutral civic engagement spaces for citizens to discuss, evaluate equitable policy visions. Much of his professional work has explored and tested the use of multiple public participatory formats, including some from the International Association of Public Participation, Search for Common Ground and the National Issues Forums.
Other Organizations: The Salam Sudan Foundation--Volunteer American Planning Association--Member Congress for New Urbanism--Member The American Political Science Association--Member
Where to Find My Work: (experimental side-project in development) My work: To program, plan and facilitate unique face-to-face forums that provide impartial dialogue spaces for citizens to discuss, evaluate, and draft equitable shared philosophical and policy visions in order to counteract at a fundamental level the forces that drive social alienation, community fragmentation, political polarization, and shortsighted policies by expanding the methods, opportunities, and places for genuine, structured, fulfilling, and efficacious participatory democracy celebrated and facilitated by special public places and civic architecture.
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My Contact Info
Email: [email protected]
Phone Number: 202-459-4776
Street Address: 2300 M Street, NW Suite 900
City: Washington
State/Province: DC
Zip or Country Code: 20037
NCDD Involvement
NCDD 2008 Attendee: Not yet
NCDD 2006 Attendee: No
NCDD 2004 Attendee: No
NCDD 2002 Attendee: No
NCDD's Mentorship Program: Sorry - not interested in the mentorship program
I'd like to: CALLING ALL WASHINGTON, DC NCDDers: Any members of NCDD who live in the DC area specifically interested in forming a regular deliberative democracy face-to-face discussion group and public forum series task force by which to test our theories and refine our practice, please contact me. I would like to meet you in person and see how we can learn from each other and perhaps implement any possible collaborative projects.
Other involvement: Contributor to Listserv
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