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March 12 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Old Stone Church is hosting speaker Dorothy Champion Baunach to discuss what it means to be connected in the 21st century.
What does it mean to be connected in our 21st century world? You might start by thinking about your connections to family, friends, colleagues, neighbors or your faith community. You might think about connections to healthcare and social services or jobs. You might think about how you connect – in person, by phone, through news print, radio or television. Or you might think about connecting via transportation – by bus, auto, boat, airplane, biking or walking. Do you connect by computer through the internet or social media? Being connected protects us from social isolation and gives meaning to our life. Connections can open the world to us. But what if you had no connections, no home, no transportation or no internet? How would you view the world or participate in life then? Dorothy’s talk will reflect on hope and connections in today’s technology-driven world through the lens of her current work with DigitalC and Old Stone’s upcoming Bicentennial celebration.
Dorothy Champion Baunach is a lifelong Clevelander. She is CEO of DigitalC, an organization working to make Greater Cleveland’s digital future more equitable. She has spent more than 35 years founding and leading technology-based innovation initiatives and organizations in Ohio.
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