6 finalists named in HACK Baltimore-ETC Accelerate Challenge

Six finalists were named Friday for the HACK Baltimore-ETC Accelerate Challenge, the first city-wide tech movement that teams up community advocates, nonprofits, technologists and city residents to design “sustainable” solutions for the challenges affecting Baltimore. Named finalists were Nneka N’namdi (Environment/Economic Social Justice – Removing Blight), Ben Adams and Skylar Barrowman (Opportunity Transparency), Owen Henry and ...

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