SEED Award @ University of Minnesota

Published March 25, 2013

Rebuild Sudan was honored not only to be a SEED Award Recipient, present our project at the University of Minnesota College of Design’s first ever Public Interest Design Week, but to be welcomed with open arms into the public interest design community. We literally brought people to tears with Michael’s story and our organization’s hope for the future. Such a great reminder of why we’re doing what we’re doing and how grateful we are for the support of our donors, team, and new friends! We are grateful for the opportunity and connections the weekend provided that will no doubt further our cause into the future.

You can download our presentation materials as follows:
Structures for Inclusion Conference (15 min presentation)
Public Interest Design Institute Presentation (1.5 hr presentation)
Brief History of Lost Boys (5 min video)

Jill Kurtz + Michael Kuany presenting on the international design panel

Jill fielding questions from the audience

Michael proudly holding our SEED Award

Jill Kurtz (Ayak Kuany), Marianne Nepsund, Deborah Nyapoo Akon, Michael Kuany, Blake Clark together for the weekend to present and celebrate our project

Michael + Blake in deep philosophical discussions while Jill refused to share Ayak

Rebuild Sudan Girl talk

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