What was the role of Seattle University faculty, students and staff in the Hack to End Homelessness? They were planners, community liaisons, hackers and volunteers. This awesome new video by our project assistant, Tiana Quitugua, tells the stories of the many folks in red at the Hackathon.
Tiana is one of the stellar Seattle U students graduating this weekend, and this is one of her final projects for us. Thank you, Tiana, for capturing this experience and telling it from the SU perspective, and for all your great work for us.
For more about the Hackathon, read our recap.
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Wooo! What a great representation of the weekend! You captured the enthusiasm, deep commitment and energy of the participants perfectly! Great work Tiana!
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