Led by: Mjumbe Poe is co-founder and CTO of FixList, a company dedicated to leveraging open data to help people make smarter, more impactful investments in the built environment. Prior to joining FixList in 2016, Mjumbe served as a Digital Services Architect at the City of Philadelphia’s Office of Open Data and Digital Transformation. In 2012, he started at OpenPlans, where he worked on projects that encouraged city residents to get involved in planning for the future of their cities. Find him on Twitter @mjumbewu.
Registration is required! This event is capped at 18 people.
Things to Bring: A laptop will be required to follow along with the interactive portion of the workshop.
The Ash Center's Technology and Democracy Workshop Series are hands-on, cocurricular events designed to help HKS students develop real-world technology skills. Led by a network of technology practitioners, participants spend 3 hours working together and with the workshop leader to learn how to apply technical skills to impact real-word scenarios.