Grant Tudor is passionate about political reform and most recently the co-author of The Congressional Futures Office at Harvard’s Belfer Center. He previously served as the founder and executive director of Nucleus Impact, a behavioral design nonprofit that works to improve the performance of nonprofit and public sector programs, including for various UN agencies. He has also been a Visiting Fellow with UNRWA in the Middle East and in Asia with the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue, a group that mediates armed conflict. Grant began his career as a strategist with Ogilvy, a global marketing agency. Grant holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and an MPP from Harvard Kennedy School where he was a Fellow at Harvard’s Center for Public Leadership. He graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the George Washington University.
This spring, the House included $6 million to revive the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) in its draft appropriations. The nonpartisan agency, defunded in 1995, was responsible for helping… Read More