"Future public education will require involvement and collaboration among various local, civic, private and nonprofit entities, a concept I like to refer to as 'community entrepreneurship."
- Donald Bren
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Our world is becoming ever smaller. We are closing the information age and are about to embark on the (smart) era of Intelligence. Smart solutions are increasingly available and overlay a large part of our lives.
With each generation, our youth are beginning to use smart technologies at a younger and younger age. Educating our youth about responsible behavior in the cyber arena is crucial.
Effects of our actions online are permanent and their impact can seldom be rectified.
The easier it is to communicate anonymously, the more diluted the information, disinformation or misinformation gets. Users and readers are bombarded with static, direct and targeted messages. They must exercise diligence and critical thinking to qualify and validate information.
As consumers of goods and services, we are increasingly dependent on supporting-smart technologies and applications. Consumers are targeted by malicious cyber criminals.
In the age of intelligence, legislation supporting the advancement of technologies and cyber societies must adjust as quickly and dynamically as solutions become available. Legislators and policymakers must possess pertinent subject matter information and demonstrate foresight in developing relevant and up-to-date guidelines and legislation.
Our youth drive the cyber-evolution. They should be informed, be active and use their voice to protect their rights, safety and future opportunities. Society must adjust with the evolution of technology if we choose to keep our humanity and safeguard our values.
In this new information-driven era, the FMYCP will act as an advocate for a safe and responsible social evolution.
FMYCP PMO Senior PM of Digital Projects, President of the Advisory Board of the Council on Responsible Digital Citizenship
FMYCP BOARD OF DIRECTORS & ADVISORY BOARD
PMO / Senior PM,
CRDC Advisory Board
Developing up-to-date professional and pragmatic content accepted by academia, safety and institutional experts serve as the fundamental base for all our programs.
Part of any successful project to positively impact and change one's social environment for the better is the succesful motivation for change. Increasing understanding and informing the public on issues contributes to acceptance and motivates interest and to get involved.
Building personal & organizational relationships in the community as well as in the professional networking arena serve as the basis for our success criteria.
Part of any successful project to positively impact and change one's social environment for the better is the effective management of change. The Implementation & Change Management team is made up of established project and change managers.
Organizing and managing interactive programs and events aid the Foundation in developing personal and business relationships as well as provide the opportunity for hands-on training by trade and by association.
The Foundation takes the protection of civil liberties and cyber safety very seriously. The speedy evolution of the cyber environment its content and the dynamic use of social media dictate the need for a continued up-to-date legislation for it to remain relevant. The Foundation takes an active role in assisting legislators and policy makers on issues, content and solutions. The Foundation's main activities do NOT include lobbying.