If you missed our post-election event, TECH.elect, find the recap and recording on our blog. It was an inspiring conversation in several shades of blue (we are in the PNW after all) that didn’t shy away from a little controversy. Shout out to our friends at New Tech Northwest and Create33 for co-hosting!
The sea.citi Team
- Bezos Earth Fund announced its first grants recipients.
- Google is piloting a new tool to help cities keep their residents cool by mapping out where trees are needed most.
- WTIA launched an Anti-racism in Tech Pact.
Individual Actions & Distractions
- Join Seattle’s Environmental Justice Committee
- Get help with rent
- Sign up for Alert Seattle
- Learn about Seattle’s resiliency
- Apply to join Seattle Public Schools’ Information Technology Advisory Committee — deadline extended to December 7
- Help musicians stay healthy
- Calculate your covid infection risk
- Play video games for your mental health
- Visualize the size of space
sea.citi Roadmap to Recovery Series
TODAY: Join us for a conversation with Tina Walha, Director of Innovation & Performance at the City of Seattle, about the kinds of support her team is providing to City departments to help Seattle navigate the pandemic. Thursday, November 19, 12:00-12:30pm. REGISTER NOW
ICYMI – WATCH THE EVENTS!
- Carlos Del Valle, Seattle Public Schools
- Cuc Vu, Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs
- Alex Rose, Office of Arts & Culture
- David Keyes, City of Seattle Digital Equity Manager
- Patty Hayes, King County Public Health Director
- Michelle Caulfield from Seattle’s Office of Sustainability & Environment
- Kendall Hodson from King County Elections
- Abel Pacheco from Sound Transit