Have you or someone you care about been afflicted by a natural disaster (hurricane, earthquake, monsoon, volcanic eruption, tornadoes, sinkholes, floods or blizzards)?
Would you be interested in building a solution that can help organizations like the United Nations or the American Red Cross be better able to serve those impacted by a natural disaster?
IBM has turned to Angelhack to ask you, the amazing innovators to help them build and deploy a solution that can make the work more efficient, effective and get victims back on their feet. $200,000 and long term support from the Linux Foundation along with working alongside these organizations are up for grabs
Note: Doors open at 6pm. Program will begin promptly at 6:30pm
6:30PM: Welcoming remarks
6:45PM: Overview of the challenge: John Walicki, CTO, Global Technology Advocacy with Q&A
7:15PM: How the American Red Cross responds to natural disaster: A case study: Dr. Rodric Bowman, Regional Disaster Officer, NJ chapter of American Red Cross
7:45PM: 1 minute pitch for ideas and teammate hunt, brainstorm on project and getting help from mentors and speakers
8:30PM: Wrap up and continue working after event
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