Code for Sacramento
Day 1: Wednesday April 26, 2017, 2:30 PM PST
IT Consultant, Accenture, Code for Sacramento
Tim Yoon loves using technology to help others with his background in civic tech and public health initiatives. He is an associative manager at the consulting firm Accenture in their Health & Public Service division out of their Sacramento, CA office. During his five years working with state government agency clients, his responsibilities have ranged from analyzing cybersecurity big data to developing automated quality assurance strategies.
Last year Tim was part of a team that won the Sacramento division of the National Day of Civic Hacking, a civic hackathon held nationwide dedicated to addressing local city issues. As a result, their team is currently implementing an online food pantry mapping tool for the Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services organization. Tim’s efforts in this space led him to be invited as a panelist to the 2016 White House Open Data Innovation Summit, a conference that highlighted the Obama Administration’s work in actively providing U.S. government data to the public.
This year he will pursue his MBA at Duke University in their Health Sector Management program. He also attended undergraduate at Duke (’12) with a double major in economics and public policy. During that time he served as a Policy & Communications intern for the nonprofit Code for America, as Co-President for the Duke Public Speaking Club, and as a Technology Trainer for the Duke Office of Information Technology. Additionally, he partnered with the Durham County Health Department to create an experimental nutrition program at the Durham Nativity Middle School.
Tim can often be found performing Backstreet Boys at open mics and classic hymns at his local church. He loves cheering on his favorite basketball teams, though his “skills” on the basketball court are not so cheer-worthy. He has lived in seven states across the continental U.S. with the majority of his time spent in Northern California.
Measuring the Entire US Criminal Justice System, Amy Bach, Executive Director – Measures for Justice
Developing a Civic Hacker Community, Rachel Hatch, Research Director – Institute for the Future
Social Impact Bonds: What You Need to Know, Zachary Levey, Senior Associate – Multilateral Investment Fund
Measuring the Impact of Civic Tech, Rebecca Rumbul, Head of Research – mySociety
Wrangling Digital Data for Your Organization, Pierre DeBois – Zimana Analytics
Getting from csv to Frictionless Data, Dan Fowler – Open Knowledge Foundation
3 Questions You Can Answer With Maps, Esther Needham and Patrick Han – Azavea
Why Data.World Will Change Your Life, Noah Rippner – Data.World
Making an Impact With Data Science and AI, Friederike Schuur – Fast Forward Labs
Combatting Human Trafficking with Powerful Data Tools, Wade Shen – Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
Using Open Source Data to Create Socially Impactful Products, Vida Williams – Axis Partners
The World’s First Public Police Accountability Dashboard, Brandon Anderson – Raheem.ai
Hometown Hacking in San Leandro, Derick Lee – Pilot City
How Data is Used to End Veteran and Chronic Homelessness, Jessica Marcus – Community Solutions
Using Tech to Create Change from Within Rural Communities, Thompson Morrison – Innovate Oregon
Stewarding the Next Generation of Civic Hackers, Rajiv Patnaik – ZedBridge
Lessons from the World’s Largest Hackathon, Matt Scott – 180 Degrees of Impact, Second Muse
Why Good Government is Data-Driven Government, Jane Wiseman – Harvard Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation