march, 2014

wed12mar11:30 am1:00 pmChattanooga and Data Driven Innovation11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Event Details

Code for America is a non profit organization that is working with Chattanooga to research, analyze, and develop digital solutions.  A team of the nation’s most talented web designers, coders, and technologists will spend time in Chattanooga to improve city services.  Luke Norris, Code for America’s Director of Government Relations, says the Fellows will spend the entire month of February in the Chattanooga community,and time with citizens and community leaders, to understand the issues that relate to problems in the city.

On March 12, 2014, 11:30 am, Jason Denizac, Code for America, will join us via Skype to talk about their work in

Chattanooga and their Civic Technology and Open Government involvement generally. 

Lindsey Frost Cleary, Project Lead for Mozilla’s Gigabit Community Fund in Chattanooga, Daniel Ryan, Co-captain of the Open Chattanooga Brigade and Nate Hill, Assistant Director of the Chattanooga Public Library, will be joining us at the BDC.  These individuals worked with Code for America while they were in Chattanooga and will share their story with the CTC.

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(Wednesday) 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

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