Mozilla Leader Joins World Class Compute Midwest Lineup

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Mozilla is the non profit organization that created Firefox, one of the world's most popular web browsers.

They also created open source software like the Thunderbird e-mail client, Firefox Mobile OS, Bugzilla and more.

Mozilla aims to "keep the Internet a global public resource, open and accessible to all".

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Mozilla has made (and continues to make) a tremendous impact on the web as we know it, and we're excited to announce the next speaker to join our world class lineup on Nov 2nd Compute Midwest along w/ Hyperloop, NASA, Hololens & more.

About Kaitlin Thaney

Kaitlin Thaney is the Director of The Mozilla Leadership Network (MLN), which connects people and adds impact to their actions on behalf of an open Internet.

MLN connects communities through open curricula, global campaigns, training, policy, and events around issues like access to information, privacy, and digital inclusion.

Prior to Mozilla, Kaitlin served as the Manager of External Partnerships at Digital Science, a technology company that works to make research more efficient through better use of technology. Kaitlin also advises the UK government on infrastructure for data intensive science and business, serves as a Director for DataKind UK, and is the founding co-chair for the Strata Conference series in London on big data.

Prior to Mozilla and Digitial Science, Kaitlin managed the science program at Creative Commons, worked with MIT and Microsoft, and wrote for the Boston Globe.

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Listed by Inc. as "8 Top Tech Conferences You Can't Miss" amongst some of the world's most prestigious, Compute Midwest (presented by The Disruption Institute) is one of the world's leading future focused tech conferences.

Compute Midwest has also appeared in Forbes, Fast Company, The Next Web and Huffington Post. This fall, remarkable people from across the globe will converge in Kansas City.

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Do you want to learn about Elon Musk's Hyperloop? Microsoft Hololens? NASA's Mars 2020 Mission? It's all happening here.

Learn how these innovators overcame enormous challenges to create breakthrough you the push you need to go create your own.

When remarkable ideas and remarkable people collide, the possibilities are endless.

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