The Pacific Northwest has a strong tradition of innovation and imagination. Join MOHAI’s 11th annual Innovation Exchange as we share stories of progress and resilience in our community.

 This free virtual fundraising event celebrates the impact of innovation by telling the story of our community’s response to COVID-19.

 Listen to personal insight from individuals and organizations making swift transformations during the pandemic resulting in advancements in industry and public service. Join the conversation with Seattle’s leading individuals and institutions including Eileen Aparis, Vice President of Job Training & Education at Seattle Goodwill; Jane Broom, Senior Director, Microsoft Philanthropies; Chef Edouardo Jordan, SalareJuneBaby and Lucinda Grain Bar; Chris Odell, Engagement Officer, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME); and Brad Root, President, GM Nameplate.


Sept. 30, 4 pm


Innovation stemming from the Pacific Northwest has changed the world. Seattle is, and always has been, home to distinguished visionaries. From products and services, to music and aeronautics, to medicine and social well-being, the ideas cultivated here have a global impact. MOHAI’s annual Innovation Exchange celebrates and explores Seattle’s distinct role as an innovation incubator.

MOHAI thanks its generous sponsors: Gold Sponsors Amazon and The Boeing Company. Silver Sponsors B2Launch, First Mode, and GM Nameplate. Advocate Sponsors ISOutsource and Mike Repass. In-kind event support provided by Mighty Media Studios and Translated.


Free, pre-registration required by clicking on this link below:



Donations are welcomed and support MOHAI’s exhibit resources and educational programming.

MOHAI is dedicated to enriching lives through preserving, sharing, and teaching the diverse history of Seattle, the Puget Sound region, and the nation. As the largest private heritage organization in the State of Washington; the museum engages communities through interactive exhibits, online resources, and award-winning public and youth education programs.  For more information about MOHAI, please visit mohai.org, or call (206) 324-1126. Facebook: facebook.com/seattlehistory Twitter: @MOHAI.

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