Catherine Geanuracos

Hack for LA

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Digital strategist advocating for civic engagement and civic innovation, and co-founder of Hack for LA, a biannual civic technology event

Catherine Geanuracos on KCRW

A recent study of 30 cities showed that Los Angeles was seventeenth in transparency, way behind New York, Chicago and San Francisco.

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A recent study of 30 cities showed that Los Angeles was seventeenth in transparency, way behind New York, Chicago and San Francisco.

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