July 17, 2017
In 2016, The Center for Open Data Enterprise has released its Transition Report, with recommendations for the next presidential administration’s first steps on open data. In this article GovTech reports that the Transition Report is the first time anyone has managed to capture all of the promise of open data to improve our government and society. Civic Innovation Project Founder & Director, Lourdes German, was pleased to serve as one of the expert contributors to the Transition Report.
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Lourdes German, Founder and Director of the Civic Innovation Project, was recognized by as a remarkable individuals leading urban change in the Innovator of the Week Series, produced by Urban Innovation Exchange, in partnership with Meeting of the Minds, The Kresge Foundation and Issue Media Group.
The Massachusetts Association of Hispanic Attorneys hosted its 2016 Annual Awards under the theme “Nurturing our Roots and Redefining our Tomorrow”. Lourdes German, founder of the Civic Innovation Project, was one of the honorees, presented with the Corporate Social Responsibility Award.
On International Women's Day, Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced the winners of the EXTRAordinary Women Award, led by the Mayor's Office of Women's Advancement. The campaign highlights women that do extraordinary work within the Boston community and Lourdes German, Founder & Director of the Civic Innovation Project, was selected as an honoree.