Six months since the competition ended and we’ve got some updates from the winners.
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Winners of the 2020 Amazon Catalyst Competition
- 1st—Jim Ballard
- 2nd—Erin Zackey
- 3rd—Allison Hall
- 1st—Baha Abulnaga
- 2nd —Scott Greeley
- 3rd —Laura Denovan
- 1st—Craig Kasberg
- 2nd—Deborah Granger
- 3rd—Joelle Parrs Weinberg
- 1st—Sebastian Duerr
- 2nd—Jim Ballard
- 3rd—Douglas Pohl
- 1st—Pietro Papparella
- 2nd—Melanie Connor Lyons
- 3rd—Karla Brunner
- 1st—Jacob Davis
- 2nd—Najwa Elmorr
- 3rd—Harrison Kuo
- 1st—Justin Garcia
- 2nd—John Huenefeld
- 1st—Jacob Davis
- 2nd—Ishani Gujral
- 3rd—Sarah Garrison
The competition is now over! Thank you to all the cities that participated and innovators for sharing your ideas.
The NW Innovation Resource Center (NWIRC) was proud to sponsor the 2020 Amazon Catalyst Competition for NW Washington, a program aimed at supercharging innovation and encouraging individuals to think big for how to solve real-world problems, and make a positive impact on the world. You can see details of all the cities and themes who participated here or by clicking on the Amazon Catalyst logo.
Innovation Insights – Conversations with Experts on Innovation in the themes.
Over the next two months, we will be hosting a series of conversations with Subject Matter Experts in the various themes as well as innovation and entrepreneurship. These conversations are designed to spark your creativity and inspire your innovative thinking so you can dream big about your big idea and the impact it can have on the world.
Check back often as registration opens for different talks. They will all be hosted online. There will be time for Q&A at the end of each.
All talks run from 12-1pm unless otherwise noted.
June 16, 2020 – The role of Adaptive Technology in innovation across industries. Jodie Ryan, Sr. Manager of Threat Operations at Verizon Media. Missed the event – no problem! It’s on YouTube – click here to watch.
June 18, 2020 – How Maritime innovations will help the economic recovery. Last minute update: Chris Meinig of NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Lab. Missed the event – no problem! It’s on YouTube – click here to watch.
June 23, 2020 – Innovations for keeping the oceans healthy for the next 10 years and beyond. Dylan Vecchione, ReefQuest Founder. Missed the event – no problem! It’s on YouTube – click here to watch.
June 30, 2020 – Cleantech Innovation Trends. Eric Berman, E8 President & Co-chair Board of Directors. Missed the event – No problem! It’s on YouTube – click here to watch.
July 7, 2020 – Consumer Behavior Trends and the impact on food supply chains. Kristina Kulik, Former Head of Launch Marketing for Amazon Go. Missed the event – No problem! It’s on YouTube – click here to watch.
July 14, 2020 – Innovation opportunities the future presents for businesses – Mark Rubel, entrepreneur, investor and innovator. Formerly of GE Ventures, Ericsson and Intellectual Ventures. Missed the event – no problem! It’s on YouTube -click here to watch.
July 21, 2020 – Healthcare/Applied Life Science – Caitlan Cameron of Otonexus – a medical device startup. Missed the event – no problem! It’s on YouTube-click here to watch.