Pizza & Politics with Nsé Ufot, IOP Spring 2021 Fellow & CEO of the New Georgia Project

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Wednesday, March 9, 2022 - 12:30pm03/09/2022 12:30pm 03/09/2022 12:30pm Pizza & Politics with Nsé Ufot, IOP Spring 2021 Fellow & CEO of the New Georgia Project

Please join us for a Pizza and Politics next Wednesday March 9, 2022, at 12:30 PM ET featuring Nsé Ufot, IOP Spring 2021 Fellow and CEO of the New Georgia Project.

Nsé Ufot is the chief executive officer of the New Georgia Project (NGP) and its affiliate, New Georgia Project Action Fund (NGP AF). Nsé leads both organizations with a data-informed approach and a commitment to developing tools that leverage technology with the goal of making it easier for every voter to engage in every election. Nsé and her team are also developing Georgia’s home-grown talent by training and organizing local activists across the state. She has dedicated her life and career to working on civil, human and workers’ rights issues and leads two organizations whose complementary aim is to strengthen Georgia’s democracy.

The event will take place in the first floor conference room (HKS-Littauer 166) at the Institute of Politics. Pizza will be served!

Space is limited and will be allocated by lottery.

Please click here to RSVP.

IOP Conference Room L-166 America/New_York public

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IOP Conference Room L-166
Pizza & Politics with Nsé Ufot, IOP Spring 2021 Fellow & CEO of the New Georgia Project

Please join us for a Pizza and Politics next Wednesday March 9, 2022, at 12:30 PM ET featuring Nsé Ufot, IOP Spring 2021 Fellow and CEO of the New Georgia Project.

Nsé Ufot is the chief executive officer of the New Georgia Project (NGP) and its affiliate, New Georgia Project Action Fund (NGP AF). Nsé leads both organizations with a data-informed approach and a commitment to developing tools that leverage technology with the goal of making it easier for every voter to engage in every election. Nsé and her team are also developing Georgia’s home-grown talent by training and organizing local activists across the state. She has dedicated her life and career to working on civil, human and workers’ rights issues and leads two organizations whose complementary aim is to strengthen Georgia’s democracy.

The event will take place in the first floor conference room (HKS-Littauer 166) at the Institute of Politics. Pizza will be served!

Space is limited and will be allocated by lottery.

Please click here to RSVP.