Immunity Project

Immunity Project Presentations

Return to blog home | Posted in: Approach on Feb 14, 2014 by Howie Diamond

Speaking in person has proven to be an effective way to tell our story.   An important execution tactic we’ve learned is to curate the presentation for the audience we are speaking to.

For example, when we spoke at GitHub, we focused on machine learning and how it applies to target selection.  When we spoke at The Claremont Hotel in Oakland, CA, we discussed the local impact of HIV/AIDS (over 50% of the people who are living with HIV in Alameda County live in Oakland).

Knowing your audience and understanding what the key engagement drivers are for them can greatly increase the impact you make through your presentation.  We look forward to speaking in a city near you soon.  In the meantime, here is a brief video of our presentation at DiscoverMe Conference in Los Angeles on Jan 30th.  Thank you for supporting Immunity Project.