Innovation stemming from the Pacific Northwest has changed the world. Seattle is, and always has been, home to distinguished visionaries with a global impact. From the products and services, music and airplanes, to medicine and social wellbeing, the ideas cultivated here have had a global impact.
How has this small corner of the country had such an enormous impact? What are the stories of this unique locale that bring people together? What are the objects and narratives from the past that delight, disturb, and inspire? MOHAI exhibits brings these questions to life. MOHAI’s annual innovation event celebrates and explores Seattle’s distinct role as an innovation hub.
Thank you to Nick Hanauer, the attendees, and those that generously gave at the 2016 What's Next? Innovation Breakfast!
2016 Keynote Speaker: Nick Hanauer
Diversity and Innovation: America’s Most Valuable Resources
The 2016 What's Next? Innovation Breakfast featured entrepreneur, venture capitalist, civic activist, and author Nick Hanauer discussing the important role of diversity in innovative communities, and how it strengthens our ability to compete on a global stage.
All proceeds from this event supported MOHAI's educational programs that inspire the regions' youth to become the next generation of innovators.
View pictures from the event
Photos by Barbie Hull Photography
Read a recap of the discussion:
Geekwire - This venture capitalist says a $28 minimum wage would create a more robust economy
Puget Sound Business Journal - Seattle CEO pushing for $28 minimum wage, only pays $9
For more information about MOHAI's innovation events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206.324.1126 Ext. 156
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Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Now #GivingTuesday!
#GivingTuesday is on November 29, 2016
Each year, on the first Tuesday of December, non-profit organizations, businesses, community groups, families and students all around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give.
Please join the global movement and make a gift to MOHAI today!
MOHAI tells the story of Seattle, the Puget Sound region and beyond. We need your help to preserve these stories.
Thanks to your support, MOHAI has welcomed more than 120,000 visitors so far in 2015—and touched the lives of 37,000 students and their teachers.
Your support helped MOHAI bring exciting new exhibits to Seattle audiences, like American Spirits: the Rise and Fall of Prohibition from the National Constitution Center, The Legacy of Seattle Hip-Hop, and the upcoming Edible City: A Delicious Journey opening in November 2016.
Donor support also allows MOHAI to host award-winning programs for adults and children and connects thousands of MOHAI guests with stories of both national and regional significance. And every young person under 15 is free every day of the year. Help us share the excitement of Seattle history!