Two years ago I was CFED’s first and only official blogger for the bi-annual Assets Learning Conference, where over a thousand of us folks with a geeky interest in asset-building get together to network, share best practices, lobby policy-makers, etc. A year later I was the official blogger for CFED’s excitingly named 2009 National Conference on Children and Youth Savings.
This year I’ll be back at the 2010 Assets Learning Conference, and will likely send out some blog posts and tweets, but I’m not the official blogger (I’m not sure if there is one). Instead, I’ve been designated one of CFED’s “Innovative Idea Champions” which means I take up residence in the conference’s “Innovation Marketplace” for much of the time and talk to attendees about scaling up Assets for Artists. It’s still working for my meals, but less likely to induce carpal tunnel syndrome than the official blogger gig.
More on the conference in the weeks to come, but for now I’ll just end by saying that it’s not too late to register….