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Schedule

Friday

Nov 30
  • Registration Starts
  • Dinner & Networking
  • Welcome & Speakers
  • Pitches Start
  • Attendees vote for the top ideas
  • Teams start forming and discussing ideas
  • Start to formalize teams and take an inventory of skills. Be honest, and direct about what resources and skills are needed for the weekend. You may stay and work as late as the venue will allow

Saturday

Dec 1
  • Arrive, simple breakfast & coffee
  • Teams formed and setting up workspace for the weekend
  • Lunch
  • Call for needs & skills
  • Coaches help teams one-on-one. They are here to help!
  • Dinner
  • Mid weekend check-in, status reports, call for help
  • Finished for the day. You may stay and work as late as the venue will allow

Sunday

Dec 2
  • Arrive, simple breakfast & coffee
  • Call for help (this is self motivated, so don’t be shy)
  • Lunch
  • Coaches arrive… ASK QUESTIONS
  • Gut check. Start prepping for presentations
  • Dinner
  • FINAL PRESENTATIONS
  • Judging & awards
  • Wrapup
  • Go home!
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Judges

Frank Bonsal III

A former educator himself, Frank is an experience investor in technology companies with a personal passion and focus on education ventures.

Rodney Foxworth

Rodney Foxworth is a native Baltimorean and a member of the board of directors of the Maryland chapter of the Social Enterprise Alliance and a founding member of the Young Professionals Committee of Squashwise.

Sean Lane

Sean Lane is an inventor, strategist and philanthropist who is passionate about creating a local community that thrives on innovation, technology and entrepreneurship.

Marina Martin

Marina is the Entrepreneur-in-Residence & Head of the Education Data Initiative at U.S. Dept of Education, a member of the Citizens' Telecommunications and Advisory Board in Seattle, and founder/owner of The Type-A Way consulting firm.

Harry Preston V

Harry is a STEM educator extraordinaire who has served as a NASA space grant Fellow, McNair Fellow, has received the Lemelson–MIT Excite Teacher Award, and most recently the National ING Unsung Heros Award. He is currently a math and business teacher at Edmondson High School in Baltimore.

Chris Tonjes

Chris is the recently minted Chief Information Officer for City of Baltimore. Formerly he served as the Director of Information Technology for the
District of Columbia's Public Library system.

Coaches

Ashish Jaiman

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Brian Bordainick

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Christine Ortiz

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John Cammack

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Katrina Stevens

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Michael Klein

Omar Muhammad

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Sam Hopkins

Scott Schelle

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Vince Talbert

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Wes Moore

Organizers
Andrew Coy
Shelly Blake Plock
Heather Bradbury
Jessica Gartner
Kevin Tame
Tighe Greeenhalgh
Shawn Grimes
Steph Grimes
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