A bit about me: I started a software company at 17, providing a solution to ease and improve group scheduling and communication for thousands in education, government, and other industries. A few years later, I started Phone2Action, building tools that help grassroots supporters and movements gain traction and influence policy. You can read more about Phone2Action in the Washington Post and The New York Times.
I'm now a member of the United States Digital Service, working with the Department of Defense to transform the way critical digital services are built and deployed for our men and women in uniform and the Americans they serve. You can read about my team, the Defense Digital Service, in WIRED here and here, and TechCrunch. We need talented, passionate people to join us to work on technology problems at scale within the federal government — apply here!