Tag: Seattle

Podcast: Innovation & Performance in the City of Seattle with Tina Walha

Tina Walha Director of Innovation & Performance Team Seattle, WA LinkedIn | Twitter Using data and design to creatively solve problems. Tina Walha the Director of the Innovation & Performance team at the City of Seattle, Washington joined the podcast to talk about her team’s work. She shared her path into local government, which started with a … Continued

Podcast: Smart Cities with Kate Garman, Seattle, WA

Kate Garman Smart City Coordinator Seattle, Washington LinkedIn | Twitter The first Smart City Coordinator for the City of Seattle, Washington, Kate Garman, joined GovLove to talk about her role and her thoughts on tech and local government. Kate revealed what a day in her job is like, what makes a city “smart” and what … Continued

Podcast: Smart Cities with Kate Garman, Seattle, WA

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I Have to Ask You: PHX vs. SEA

In this series, guest columnists respond to one of three topics selected by ELGL co-founder Kent Wyatt. This week Christian Williams provides insight into living Seattle and Phoenix. Compare and contrast living in Seattle and Phoenix. Let me start by saying – both areas are wonderful places to live. Each has a thriving economies with lots … Continued

Watch the Startup Seattle Webinar

#SeattleStartup Rebecca Lovell from Startup Seattle shared some great lessons and insights during her webinar on how Seattle has gone “all in” on the technology startup sector of their economy. Attendees learned how Rebecca has worked to engage high school students, minorities and women in the technology startup scene. She’s also acted as a matchmaker, … Continued

Webinar: Seattle Bets on the Startup Economy

Join us on February 17th for a webinar on how Seattle is making an effort to improve and help its startup community. Their Seattle Startup Initiative has gotten national press as an example of what cities can do to attract and retain technology startup companies. Check out more details below and RSVP. #StartupSeattle The City of Seattle, … Continued

Deep Thoughts with David Donaldson, Woodland Park Zoo

Prepare for #ELGL14 by learning about who is attending. Find out if you’ll be surrounded by soft talkers, loud eaters, and finger biters or whether you’ll be surrounded by the best in local government. David Donaldson Woodland Park Zoo – Vice President of Human Resources (Complete the sentence) #ELGL14 is…..  Not a play call in Chip Kelly’s … Continued

05.30.14

Today’s Morning Buzz features the phenomenon called “Manhattanhenge,” plus articles about the correlation between neighborhood violence and test scores, and rural law enforcement in Oregon. Kirsten WyattI’m the co-founder and executive director of ELGL. I love my job. Other things I love: local government, my family, my dog Michael Jordan, sandwiches, naps, books, and skee-ball. http://elgl.org

09.23.13 Your Morning Buzz

Netflix Makes Some History at Emmys Hi 5 Turning Urban Infrastructure Into Art – Five projects that explore the intersection of design, engineering, and ecology. In the Shadow of ‘Old Smokey,’ a Toxic Legacy – Years after a trash incinerator stopped operating in the West Grove neighborhood, its legacy might be more ominous than soiled laundry: contaminants like … Continued

A Tale of Two Budgets

Seattle upbeat; county struggles By Keith Ervin and Bob Young, The Seattle Times The 2013 general-fund budget proposed by Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn is more than 3 percent higher than this year’s budget, while King County Executive Dow Constantine’s budget represents less than a 1 percent increase. Seattle, buoyed by economic growth and a voter-approved library levy, could … Continued

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