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CNT Sustain-A-City App Competition

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The Sustain-A-City Celebration showcases how CNT amplifies local solutions to meet today’s global challenges.

 Celebrate CNT’s work! Join CNT for the Sustain-A-City Celebration that will bring together CNT’s friends and supporters from across the urban sustainability spectrum who promote livable and sustainable urban communities for all. The evening will feature pitches from the top finalists of our Urban Sustainability Apps Competition, which amplifies the impact of grassroots problem solvers by pairing community members with coders to create scalable, app-based solutions to neighborhood issues. Our team of judges will pick the competition’s winners, and you’ll get to help decide who should take home the People’s Choice Award.

Judges confirmed for the final presentations include Brenna Berman, CIO, City of Chicago; Shelley Stern Grach, Director—Civic Engagement Chicago, Microsoft; Dr. Janice Jackson, Chief Education Officer, Chicago Public Schools, and the Hon. Toni Preckwinkle, President, Cook County Board. You’ll have a chance to vote too on the People’s Choice Award will be selected by the audience.

Special thanks to our Celebration Host Committee: Frank Beal; Scott Bernstein, CNT; Joe Block, Block Steel Corp; Jennifer Browning, Bluestem Communications; Shelley Stern Grach, Microsoft Corporation; Anne Hallett; Michael Marasco, Northwestern University; Christopher Morgan, Lantern Partners; Patricia Saldana Natke, UrbanWorks, and Jude Sullivan, Howard & Howard.

Please click “registration” for tickets to the event, to be held June 16, 2016 at Studio Xfinity, 901 W. Weed Street, Chicago. Looking to sponsor the event? Contact Paul at (link sends e-mail) or 773.269.4029.


CNT Sustain-A-City App Competition

Studio XFINITY, 901 W. Weed Street,
Chicago, IL

Keywords: App Contest, Chicago, CNT, gagdc, technology, Urban Sustainability

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