Michael is a Principal Advisor at BIT North America. His research focuses on applying behavioral science to a wide range of subjects, including improving government service delivery in the U.S. and internationally, decreasing violence, improving the quality of civic information ecosystems, and realigning technology with human flourishing.
Before joining BIT, Michael worked for a microfinance NGO in Ghana, provided executive search consulting services for nonprofits and foundations, and co-founded a media company that explored the ethical implications of emerging technology. He is a 2018 Transatlantic Digital Debates Fellow with the Global Public Policy Institute. Michael holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics with a specialization in International Economic Development from Seattle University.