Meet the 2022 Kids Tech Summit WINNERS!
The national Kids Tech Summit was held Friday, April 22. Four student teams, each named finalists following round one of the competition, won cash prices at the Summit to help make their technology-driven community projects a reality. You can watch how the competition unfolded by heading to this link. The student teams placed as follows:
C5 Youth Foundation of Southern California (C5LA)$7,500
Computers 4 People$3,500
The Kids Tech Summit hosted by Connected Nation and sponsored by AT&T will provide an opportunity for students to use their digital skills to develop 100% student-led community projects that will help to enhance their out-of-classroom digital learning experience while offering a real-world opportunity for community service and to make a difference in their communities.
Connected Nation named the finalists on March 17. They are Pi515, which teaches technology skills to young students in Iowa; Kahauiki Village, which provides housing for homeless families in Hawaii; C5 Los Angeles (C5LA), which provides access to education for under-resourced communities in California; and Computers 4 People, Inc., which provides free computers to people in need in New York City. Learn more about the finalists here.
Join us live on April 22 to watch the students present their ideas to the judges just before a winner is named.
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Co-Founder & CEO
The AI Education Project
Alex oversees strategy, partnerships, fundraising, and external relations for the AI Education Project, a nonprofit organization working to excite and prepare students for the future of work.
Prior to founding the AI Education Project, Alex helped launch The Future Society, a 501(c)(3) AI governance think tank, spun out of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. As Interim Head of Partnerships, Alex developed and advanced relationships with organizations including the IEEE, UN, European Commission, OECD, Council of Europe, UNESCO, NYU Law, Stanford Law, Microsoft, Google, and EY, among others. In this role, he also helped to lead the team which executed the Global Governance of AI Roundtable at the World Government Summit in Dubai, among the largest gatherings of world leaders focused on AI ethics and policy.
Prior to his time in the social impact and non-profit space, Alex managed brand and policy communications for companies including Oracle, Airbnb, Nissan, HP, Adobe, and SAP. He was a lead Field Organizer in Columbus, OH for the 2012 Obama Campaign and served as a Presidential Appointee under HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell, where he managed communications and community outreach for ACA Open Enrollment, two SCOTUS rulings, and the 2015 Ebola outbreak.