Technology fosters human connections within the refugee crisis

Wednesday January 9, 2019 / By Julia Duncan

From What can we do in a crisis? Part two

Julia Duncan is an information technology consultant who works with the One Journey Coalition, a group that aims to connect people in America with refugees... Read More

It’s important to recognize the limits of technology

Wednesday January 9, 2019 / By Kavi Harshawat

From What can we do in a crisis? Part two

Kavi Harshawat is a user experience researcher and designer, and was formerly a Code for America fellow. This summer, he spent time in McAllen, Texas,... Read More

National crises are deeply local concerns, demanding local solutions

Wednesday January 9, 2019 / By Jeremiah Lindemann

From What can we do in a crisis? Part two

Jeremiah Lindemann is a Public Interest Technology Fellow at New America, where he runs the Opioid Mapping Initiative, a coalition of local government... Read More

In some way, shape, or form, infant mortality touches everyone in the city

Thursday December 13, 2018 / By Emma Coleman

From What can we do in a crisis?

Baltimore has been tackling a major crisis in their city for years— infant mortality, and the disparity in survival rates between white and black babies.... Read More

It wasn’t the outcome we wanted, but they were better off because of our work there

Thursday December 13, 2018 / By Emma Coleman

From What can we do in a crisis?

Vivian Graubard and Ron Gorodetzky are both former members of the U.S. Digital Service who worked together on a discovery sprint for the National Instant... Read More

It’s up to everyone, not just the Census Bureau, to help avert a looming crisis

Thursday December 13, 2018 / By Maria Filippelli

From What can we do in a crisis?

Maria Filippelli is the Public Interest Technology 2020 Census Fellow, sitting at the Leadership Conference for Civil and Human Rights. For the past few months,... Read More