Meghan ReillyOperations Director

Meghan Reilly (Operations Director) joined Code for America in August, 2010. After graduating from the University of Colorado she moved out West to join The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco team. She participated in their rigorous training program and spent four years learning the hospitality industry. She then moved into the technology arena, working on major technology events such as COMDEX, Interop, Web 2.0 Summit, Web 2.0 Expo and more. Her roles on these events evolved; when she left the corporate world in August she was Associate GM & Operations Director on the Web 2.0 and Gov 2.0 events, co-produced by UBM TechWeb and O’Reilly Media.

Posts by Meghan

CfA Summer Open House

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Summer is upon us at Code for America! How do I know this, you may ask, since the weather in San Francisco has been so…well, un-summerlike (read: foggy, cold, and yes even rainy!)?  Why, it’s because we have our summer …

Home Sweet Home (Thanks to Cisco)

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It’s hard to believe, but it’s been 3 months since we moved into our space in downtown San Francisco at Second & Mission. The first few weeks were a bit hectic (see for yourself, right) as we moved in on …

Our Growing Team: Come Work with Code for America

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Every day we come closer to the start of our inaugural fellowship program. That means that 20 bright and talented web professionals will begin their journey at the intersection of technology and government. And that also means that we will …

Make a Holiday Gift to Support the CfA Fellows

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The holidays can be exciting times with lots to do. Our small team here at Code for America is feeling the holiday spirit, and also the crunch! In just a few weeks, we will welcome the inaugural class of CfA …

Have Spare Office Supplies?

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Code for America is agonizingly close to confirming our office space for 2011. Regardless of the location, however, there are some things we know we’ll need toget up and running in the space, and we also know that we won’t …

$200,000 Grant from the Rockefeller Foundation

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A core idea motivating Code for America is that our cities could work better if we could bring the best thinking from government together with the best thinking from the tech industry. Diverse and meaningful collaboration, we believe, is the …

2011 CfA Fellowship Finalists

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We’re pleased to announce our 2011 Code for America Fellowship Finalists. Out of a pool of over 360, these candidates stood out as the most capable, dedicated, and passionate — which wasn’t easy to do. We were so impressed by …