Open Seattle Pitch Request Form
Hello!

Open Seattle focuses on building the civic technology community in Seattle and addressing local civic issues through technology. Everyone interested or involved in civic tech is welcome to attend our monthly meetings -- get details and RSVP on our Meetup Page here: https://www.meetup.com/openseattle/

If you have an idea or project you'd like to pitch to the Open Seattle community, please fill out this form below! We'll review your request and will get back to you with any follow-up questions and to confirm your pitch request.

Format for project pitches:
-Who are you?
-What is the project?
-What kind of help or involvement are you looking for from Open Seattle members?

Tips:
Keep the pitch under 5 minutes long.
No pictures or audio (save that for when we break out to work on projects).
Strike an epic pose at the end of your pitch (optional ... just trying to encourage more epic-ness in this world!)

If you have any questions, ping us in Slack, or email hi@openseattle.org!

Audrey, Emily, Megan, Sasha, and Tiffany
Open Seattle Organizers

Email address
Name
Make sure all presenters RSVP on our Meetup page to attend and pitch at our Monthly Meetings!
Your answer
Email
To contact you if we have any follow ups
Your answer
What's your previous experience with Open Seattle?
Project Name
We'll use this project title in the slide we'll create to accompany your pitch.
Your answer
Project Summary
Describe your project in one to two sentences -- we'll also include this in the slide to accompany your pitch.
Your answer
Project Ask
What sort of help or involvement are you looking for from Open Seattle attendees?
Your answer
Project Contact
What is the best way for people to find you to learn more and get involved?
Your answer
Any accompanying media?
If you have an image (like a organizational logo, or a photo that helps describe your project), please provide a link to it so that we can include it on your slide.
Your answer
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