Web of Change 2013

The annual Web of Change retreat will be held September 18-22, 2013 at the Texas Retreat at Balcones Spring. This flagship event brings together senior technology and social media leaders from the Web of Change community who are pioneering new strategies of digital engagement to improve the world.


The Web of Change retreat is invitation-only and limited to approximately 115 participants.  The event has sold out for the past several years.  We have a new conference registration process for this year's event.  We asked everyone to fill out an application and answer a few more questions than before to give us more insight into who wants to come.

The application process closed on May 23rd.  115 have been invited to attend and there is a substantial waitlist of people in case of cancellations. If you are interested in attending in 2014, sign up for our newsletter to be informed about next year's spring application deadline.

This year, Web of Change is striving for a representation of attendees that reflects and improves upon the diversity of the communities we live in. Learn more what we are seeking in the community here.  

Over the course of the four days, these leaders share their world-class work, ideas, and inspiration with a powerful community of deeply committed peers.

Web of Change 2013 will:

  • push the edges of technical and campaign innovation
  • model a culture of deep collaboration already present in our sector
  • feature leading organizational change and leadership frameworks

This year promises to be another incredible experience and community gathering point that you won’t find anywhere else. Hear more about Web of Change from the 2012 participants.


Platinum Sponsors

Change.com Salesforce Foundation Hollyhock

Gold Sponsors

Salsa Labs

Silver Sponsors

Care2 Wire Media Blue State Digital Agentic Firefly Partners Beaconfire

Bronze Sponsors

Advomatic Crowdtangle JacksonRiver Engaging Networks Sea Change Strategies ActionSprout Fission Strategy Organizer

supporting sponsors

Gott Advertising Center for Community Change