Forterra and Davis Wright Tremaine and other business and community leaders led their fourth event focusing on how technology, current and emerging, affects the way we live together in the city.
Program panelists included:
- Kraig Baker, chair of Davis Wright Tremaine's technology practice
- Kate Knight, manager of building services at Redfin, a technology-powered real estate brokerage
- Dominic Muren, technologist, gardener, and advocate for maker culture and open manufacturing living in Seattle
- Ana Maria Pinto da Silva, design lead for Microsoft's Strategic Prototyping and Advanced Strategies Group and founder of Seattle's Pecha Kucha chapter