About Mini City:
A recent winner of the 2021 Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge, GirlBoss Award and SCADPro Fund investment, Mini City is utilizing tech to combat our nation’s toughest access gaps. Mini City is a cost saving technology solution for municipalities, homeless providers, and homeless citizens alike who need legal forms of identification to unlock the housing, medical, educational, and assistive benefits that prevent chronic homelessness. Engineered specifically for the at risk community, Mini City meet the clients where they are, using ethical, HIPAA compliant smart tech to alleviate homelessness. A partner organization can help a homeless citizen apply for Certified + Legal Identification within 10 minutes or less.
About India Hayes:
India Hayes is the founder of the compassionate tech hub Mini City and an alumna of Savannah College of Art and Design. Upon graduation, Hayes worked for organizations like the CDC, Turner Sports and CNN before finding a home at Atlanta Tech Village as their It Takes A Village Pre-Accelerator Program Manager. Hayes knows the importance of clear, effective communication and sustainable efforts. That is why she utilizes her design skills whenever she can for social good and sustainability. She has assisted water aide organizations with tech of social good in places as far as Nicaragua, and participated in hackathons right within her (now) home base of Georgia. In 2017, she founded a tech start up Mini City (2018 Startup Awards Nominee for Best Social Good Start Up, 2019 Startup Runway Winner, Startup World Cup Atlanta Finalist, TEDx Spotlight Speaker); that utilizes ethical tech and sustainable design to alleviate homelessness.
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