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PechaKucha examines digital equity & innovation
PechaKucha: Innovation and Digital Equity

A diverse set of local leaders gather to share their work on eliminating historical barriers to technology, expanding access to opportunity, and redefining innovation.

Presenters include:
Susan Balbas, Founder and Executive Director of the Na'ah Illahee Fund
Shawn Peterson, Program Coordinator at Native Girls Code
Aramis Hamer, Co-Founder of Black Dot
Jason Pace, Executive Director, UW Bothell
Dirk Van Velzen, President & Executive Director of the Prison Scholar Fund
David Keyes, Community Technology Program Directory with the City of Seattle
Khabirah Weddington, Founder, BSU Link
Amari Garrett, Co-Founder of the Young Geniuses program
Matthew Toles, CEO, Slightly Robot
Kalpana Viswanathan, Founder and CEO of Kal Academy
Michael Katell, PhD Student at the UW Information School
Mina Tari, Student, Informatics and Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, University of Washington
Kirk Mead, Director of Development and Communications at the Technology Access Foundation
Tyler Folsom, Professor UW Bothell


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