May 1 and 2 will mark the 8th annual Right Online event, sponsored by Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFPF), in Washington, DC. Conservative activists will have the opportunity to hear from some of the top influencers in government, media, politics, and the information technology world.
RightOnline 2015 will include speakers Ajit Pai, Chairman of the FCC, David Rowan, Editor-In-Chief of WIRED Magazine (U.K. edition); Daniel Lewin, VP of Microsoft, former CBS Investigative Reporter Sharyl Atkinson, experts from Google, and various AFP top representatives. This year’s event is a must-attend for anyone interested in hearing from the top echelons of industry leaders. Attendees will also be treated to a variety of sessions ranging on the topics of effective social media policy, top policy trends in technology, to learning the best promotional tools, Right Online is shaping up to be one of the top events this spring for 21st century conservative activists.
“Right Online gives activists the tools and techniques to be more effective online,” said AFP CEO Luke Hilgemann. “This is more about taking activism to the next level. We will have leaders from Fortune 100 companies and technical experts to provide another level of expertise.
“What we envision is being the ‘South by Southwest’ [of DC] – what we really want to do is bring the knowledge of economic freedom that are forcing people to check out advancements [in technology],” he said.
We will have the first ever Breitbart award for excellence, and a dynamic group of people who will hopefully provide additional mileage for online activism,” continues Hilgemann.
For those that wish to meet Hilgemann, he says, “Look for the tallest guy in the room! I am really excited to be welcoming folks to DC, with our lineup of top notch speakers.
For additional information, please visit RightOnline.com; on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/RightOnline?fref=ts and on Twitter @rightonline. Look for the hashtag #ROL15