Each year, CTN celebrates San Francisco’s champions of digital inclusion, recognizing people who are doing amazing work to bridge the digital divide and raise levels of digital literacy within our city’s underserved communities.
Nominees include individuals and organizations dedicated to closing the digital divide in a different ways by
- Providing access or training to everyone, regardless of age, income, or education level
- Funding digital inclusion programs
- Developing online tools that help underserved communities
Public nominations are open until May 8, and awards will be given on June 26 at Twitter HQ in San Francisco.
Last year’s winners include
Digital Champion — Leo Sosa, founder and CEO of Dev/Mission
Digital Changemaker — Michael Wiggins, CTN volunteer
Digital Inclusion in the Community — St. Anthony’s Tenderloin Tech Lab
Digital Bridge Builder — Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development/DAHLIA
Digital Amplifier Award — Twitter