At sea.citi, we’ve prided ourselves on bringing compelling events and campaigns to tech campuses. From in-depth conversations with experts about regional homelessness to voter outreach, our programming centers around helping tech workers understand local issues and meaningfully participate in our communities.
As we adjust to a new normal, we’ve ramped up our efforts to keep tabs on how tech is responding to COVID-19 and share ways individuals can help. We know we can’t wait until “all of this is over” to more deeply investigate how our region moves into an uncertain future. We’re excited to offer an opportunity to connect with local leaders, across sectors, to help shed light on the pandemic’s shorter-term impacts and envision ways to leverage our community assets for equitable recovery.
Join us for a conversation with Cuc Vu, Director of Seattle’s Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs.
Hear from Cuc about the impacts of the pandemic on Seattle’s diverse immigrant and refugee communities, and how those communities are coming together to face multiple, ongoing crises.
Join us for a conversation with Carlos Del Valle, Executive Director of Technology at Seattle Public Schools.
Hear from Carlos about how Seattle Public Schools is using technology to navigate pandemic school closures, to plan for the future, and prioritizing students who are furthest from educational justice.
Join us for a conversation with Tina Walha, Director of Innovation & Performance at the City of Seattle
The City’s Innovation & Performance team was created in 2017, they use data and design to support management and operational decision-making, and seek to deliver sustainable solutions. Hear from Tina about the kinds of technical support her team is providing to City departments to help Seattle navigate the pandemic.
Join us for a conversation with Steven Maheshwary, the Governor’s Sector Lead for Information and Communications Technology (ICT).
Hear from Steven about the state’s COVID-19 strategies and economic recovery efforts in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector, including promoting tech-for-good initiatives and social impact among underserved communities.