How Digital Tools are Reigniting Civic Engagement

November 10th, 2021


- 12pm - 1pm PST

- 3pm - 4pm EST

Join us for a fireside chat with DeJuana Thompson and Tristan Wilkerson of Think Rubix and Woke Vote.


The pivotal time leading up to the 2020 U.S. presidential election sparked a sense of urgency to harness technology to support organizers and equip voters of color with everything needed to amplify their voices. With the pandemic changing rules around canvassing and campaigning, innovation became even more critical.


Woke Vote and Work & Co partnered to launch a new site and all-in-one digital tool designed to help organizers activate people and streamline the actual process of voting for users.


Just over a year after launch, Work & Co Managing Director Tyesha Snow will join Thompson and Wilkerson to explore how the teams worked together to bring Woke Vote to life, and debate technology’s role in social innovation. They’ll also shed light on new initiatives Think Rubix is spearheading through their engagement studio to help Black communities increase civic engagement, and ultimately revamp political landscapes through a lens of equity.

Work & Co Fund

Hosted by Work & Co

Work & Co is a technology and design company. We create digital products and services millions of people love to use for IKEA, Google, Apple, Mercedes, MTA, Gatorade, Planned Parenthood, and more. Learn more at


Fund Talks

The Work & Co Fund exists to support projects that improve our world. Among its other projects, the Fund has invested $1 Million specifically towards non-profits and startups that are focused on advancement in the Black community. Along with Ameelio, Fund projects include the creation of, and partnerships with Woke Vote, NeighborShare the DID Collaborative. Learn more about our focus areas and how to apply here, and be on the lookout for more invites to Fund Talks throughout 2021.


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