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Thursday, November 3 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Shipping as stakeholder engagement

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Team Salt Lake County shipped a number of small products early on. Specifically, during fellows first month in Salt Lake County, they delivered nearly one product per week. Learn the advantages of employing a delivery-first methodology in government. Fellows will share examples of success and what happens when dealing with sensitive data. 

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Kuan Butts

Fellow, Safety & Justice, Code for America
Kuan is a software developer who loves engineering transit and urban planning tools. Previously, Kuan worked on transit mapping and scenario modeling projects with the MIT Media Lab and the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology.

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Kele Griffone

Division Director, Criminal Justice Services, Salt Lake County

Elizabeth V. Mitchell

Director of Performance Improvement, Mayor's Office, Salt Lake County
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Ben Peterson

Fellow, Safety & Justice, Code for America
Ben Peterson is a designer, researcher, and educator who is passionate about improving access to information and services through design. Prior to Code for America, he led and contributed to social innovation projects on environmental stewardship, public health, and social justice. Ben thinks of design as a team sport and is focused on creating equity within creative collaborations.

Thursday November 3, 2016 9:00am - 10:15am
Room 205

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