June 8


Local government organizations are facing more laborious challenges than ever before to conduct business efficiently while serving their communities, all of which is heightened by the constraints of a global pandemic. How can municipalities and organizations keep the pace of good governance, while keeping simplicity, efficiency and transparency in the forefront?  
Join Governing and iCompass, a Diligent brand, for a webinar on Tuesday, June 8 at 11 a.m. PST/2 p.m. EST to dive into this question and more.
Our virtual panel of public sector leaders and industry experts will offer a 360-degree view into effectively managing communications with key stakeholders and the community, while maintaining excellent governance practices using best-in-class technology. 

As a participant in this event, you’ll learn:

  • How governance portals enable local governments to seamlessly provide transparent communications to city or county elected officials, as well as the community they serve
  • How integrated video tools allow constituents to participate in council meetings remotely, increasing civic engagement even after the pandemic subsides
  • The encryption capabilities you need to ensure government communications are cataloged safely and securely
  • How cloud-based solutions offer greater convenience and flexibility for officials in the new hybrid work environment, as well as improved resiliency in future disruptions




Dawn Adams

Dawn Adams

Training Specialist, iCompass

Dawn has over 20 years of experience working in the field of Public Governance. She began her career as a Clerk in St. Louis area for 6 years and has spent the remainder of her career focusing on implementing and training staff and elected officials on use and benefits of an agenda management software solution for public meetings. She has assisted hundreds of organizations around the country move to an electronic format for their meetings.
Dawn brings extensive knowledge of the best practices in maintaining efficiency in areas of governance and public meetings as well as processes for assisting municipalities and organizations to engage their community through technology.

Christine Rivera

Christine Rivera

City Clerk, City of Las Cruces, NM

Christine is currently the City Clerk for the City of Las Cruces, NM. She received her certified municipal clerk designation in 2016. She has a BA and Master’s in Psychology. In her free time, she likes to read, do renovations to her house, and hang out with her little 8 pound pup named Toto who can be seen photobombing a couple of council meetings during the pandemic.