Partners Emmett

 

Respect Network

Respect Network is a San Francisco-based company founded in 2011 to build the world's first personal cloud network. Today Respect Network works with over two dozen Founding Partners to make this a reality. Personal clouds are the next major watershed in personal computing and communications. Respect Network makes connecting and sharing information easier and safer than ever before.

 

 

Customer Commons

The mission of Customer Commons, a California-based non-profit, is to restore the balance of power, respect and trust between individuals and organizations that serve them. Building on the work of ProjectVRM at Harvard's Berkman Center, Customer Commons provides individuals with the knowledge and tools they need to shape their online relationships. Creating a world of liberated, powerful and respected cutomers is the vision of Customer Commons.

2015 Internet Identity Workshop | April 7-9 th 2015

 

52 Street Project

Founded in 1981, The 52nd Street Project is dedicated to bringing together kids (ages 9 to 18) from New York's Hell's Kitchen neighborhood with theater professionals to create original theater. The primary activity of the Project is to present free theater to a general audience. The Project's deeper purpose is to use the art form of theater to engage the children's imaginations, broaden their means of expression, and increase their sense of self worth, their literacy skills and their appreciation for the arts. Check out Jon Stewart's recent shout out to this outstanding organization.

 

HHBS

Helping Hands Bring Sunshine (HHBS) is a not-for-profit organization established in 2009 to provide immediate and long term relief to the communities in need throughout Haiti. Dedicated to improving the standard of living for the impoverished Haitian community, HHBS provides direct "hand to hand" donations, and has aligned with Ecole Scolaire de la Primitive- a school of approximately 200 students in Croix Des Bouquets, Haiti. HHBS has continued to provide school supplies, teachers' salaries and hot meals to children ages 5 through 16 years.