Episode 35: Interview with Zara Rahman and Tom Walker

Download: Episode 35.

This week I chat with Zara Rahman (@zararah) and Tom Walker (@thomwithoutanh) from the Engine Room (@engnroom) about about the use of technology and data for social change. Enjoy!

Show Notes

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