building ethics & empathy into innovation
gain experience, build skills, win prizes
if you have never "hacked"
and aren't a "coder"...
this event is for you!
take the next step that's right for you
"Empowering Kids to Succeed"
"Powering Entrepreneurs to End Poverty"
Founder & Chief Strategy Officer
Ken is a design thinker, author, artist, and a serial entrepreneur. Before launching Skuid, he founded or helped launch at least a dozen other startups. He spent his early career leading marketing for various divisions of MicroAge Inc. Ken co-authored two best-selling books, The Ascent of a Leader, and Beyond Your Best. He earned two bachelor's degrees from Grand Canyon University and an MFA degree from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. When he's not traveling, he lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee with his wife, Donna.
Teams will be judged on multiple criteria reflecting creativity, execution, design thinking, feasibility and scalability... all based on the low-code application they developed during the hackathon. Judging will be conducted by a panel of industry and academic leaders, using an innovative new Decision Science platform called Volley built with low-code technology!
Read about how the hackathon judging used collaborative decision optimization
with qualitative criteria to select the winning teams...
The Low-Code Hackathon is
an exclusive new event developed & curated by
Matthew John Brady, Entrepreneur & Educator
working in close coordination with the
University of Colorado – Leeds School of Business
and the Salesforce CU Student Group.
The inaugural event was launched in Q1 2022.
Future events are being planned now!