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Allyson Kapin
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As the Founding Partner of Rad Campaign, Allyson serves as the Executive Creative Director and leads the firm's client and online strategic services. For over a decade Allyson has helped non-profit organizations create dynamic and award-winning websites and online marketing and recruitment campaigns. She works with her clients to meet their web needs and maximize their online effectiveness to create real world impact.

As part of the first generation of online advocacy experts, Allyson has a thorough understanding of the rapidly changing world of online activism. She is an expert in the latest trends in social networking, blogging, online video and other online tools and strategies and advises her clients on how to cost effectively incorporate them into their Internet plans and online campaigns. Her web campaigns have been recognized with several prestigious web awards and featured on several top media networks ranging from CNN to NPR and the Daily Show with John Stewart.

She has been a featured speaker on web design strategies, Internet marketing and online social networking presenting to conferences at the national and regional levels. She is also a featured Expert Blogger for the popular magazine Fast Company where she writes a weekly column called Radical Tech.

Outside of Rad Campaign, Allyson spends her time dreaming up new projects. Her latest initiative is Women Who Tech: A Telesummit for Women in Technology in the non-profit and political world. As the founder of Women Who Tech she champions women who are inspiring change and transforming technology. She also serves as an expert for news reporters who are writing about women in technology. In 2008 Allyson joined the Advisory Board for the New Organizing Institute.

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Does Online Privacy Exist on Social Networks? 57 Percent Don't Think So

(1) Comments | Posted July 31, 2014 | 11:25 AM

Almost three-fourths of Americans worry about how much personal information is available online, and more than half feel like they can't trust social media sites like Facebook and Twitter to keep their personal information, buying habits, and political beliefs confidential, according to new poll data we just released...

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New Poll Details Widespread Harassment Online, Especially on Facebook

(0) Comments | Posted June 4, 2014 | 9:38 AM

"You are going to die and I am the one who is going to kill you. I promise you this." This was a tweet sent to Slate.com journalist Amanda Hess.

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Almost 50 percent of Americans under the age of 35 have...

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In the War on Women, Democrats Are Part of the Problem Too

(2) Comments | Posted November 5, 2012 | 1:59 PM

When I wrote a blog post last week about a new poll indicating that independents and others were as concerned about the War on Women as liberals, Huffington Post readers asked why I was attributing the assault on women's rights to "Washington," not just the Republican Party.

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New Poll Reveals Independent Women Voters Are Concerned About Washington's War on Women

(115) Comments | Posted November 2, 2012 | 8:32 AM

Whoever said that the War on Women was a "liberal rallying cry" should check out a national poll conducted in early October that tells a very different story. The poll results, which are also embedded in the Modern War on Women infographic, show that these issues are a...

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Health Insurance Companies Tell Women: You're a Pre-Existing Condition

(20) Comments | Posted October 15, 2009 | 7:00 PM

Health Insurance companies have waged a war against women and people who need them the most in the United States. I witnessed this first hand when my sister was battling metastatic breast cancer for two years. I remember our family and the doctors office staff spending hours fighting with her...

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Giving Tech a Bad Name

(6) Comments | Posted May 8, 2009 | 12:08 PM

It's been a turbulent couple of weeks for women in tech, filled with pornographic images of women during Matt Aimonetti's idiotic presentation at the Golden Gate Ruby Conference and the heated panel debate on "Balancing the Tech Culture" at the Geek' n Rolla conference in the UK; where...

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Cracking the Boys Club: 10 Pioneers in Tech and Web 2.0

(17) Comments | Posted November 14, 2008 | 12:06 PM

Every week it seems like a popular blogger, Tech Evangelist, or Web 2.0 guru releases their "Top 10" list of people who are breaking new ground in the technology world. These Top 10 lists are usually filled with some of the brightest minds in our sector yet strangely don't often...

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