I hold a Ph.D. in Public Policy from George Mason University, an M.P. in Urban Planning from the University of Virginia, and an M.A. in International Commerce and Policy from George Mason University, and an MTS (Theological Studies) from Emory University. I sit on the editorial boards of Assistive Technology Journal, International Journal of Cases on Electronic Commerce (IJCEC), Journal of Information Technology & Politics, The Journal of eWorking, the Journal of Disability Policy Studies, and am on the review panels for ten other journals. My co-edited (with Jarice Hanson and Jeremy Hunsinger) volume, “The Unconnected: Social Justice, Participation, and Engagement in the Information Society” was published in 2013. I have served on a variety of national boards and panels, and as a grant proposal reviewer for U.S. Department of Education, the Academy of Finland, the Israel Science Foundation, and the NTIA, US Department of Commerce.
I am also Principal at Praxics, a consultancy focused on assessment, implementation, evaluation and policy issues influencing cutting edge technologies related to information, communication and virtual spaces.
Ph.D., George Mason University, Public Policy
M.T.S., Emory University, Theological Studies
M.A., George Mason University, International Commerce and Policy
M.P., University of Virginia, Urban Planning
B.S., University of Wisconsin, Zoology
Areas of Expertise:
Information And Communications Technology Policy
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