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Oceti Sakowin Solve Fellowship

How can tribal communities advance renewable energy, food, or water access and contribute to economic prosperity and sovereignty?

Submissions are Closed

Challenge Leadership Group

Jinane Abounadi

Executive Director, Sandbox Innovation Fund Program, MIT

Susan Alzner

Senior Director of Programs, Grand Canyon Trust; Senior Advisor, United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service Co-Founder , Strategy & Ops, shift7

Deborah Campbell

Vice President, Capital Initiatives

Alexander Dale

Senior Officer, Sustainability Community

Ari Epstein

Lecturer, MIT Terrascope Program

Natasha Hale

Director, Native American Business Incubator Network (NABIN)

Anjali Sastry

Senior Lecturer, System Dynamics, MIT Sloan School of Management

Megan J. Smith

CEO shift7, 3rd U.S. CTO, Entrepreneur, Engineer, shift7

United States

Lawrence Susskind

Professor of Environmental and Urban Planning, MIT Department of Urban Studies & Planning

Judging Criteria

Solutions will be evaluated based on the following criteria.


Alignment:
The solution addresses the challenge that has been set forth using technology. 

Potential for Impact:
The planned implementation of the solution has the potential to impact lives.

Scalability:
The solution can be grown and scaled to affect the lives of more people.

Feasibility:
It is feasible to implement the solution, and the team has a plan for the solution to sustain itself financially.

Innovative Approach:
This is a new technology, a new application of a technology, a new business model, or a new process for solving the challenge.

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