Justin is a product manager, researcher, and social entrepreneur. At Percolate, Justin was one of the first “growth hackers” and wore many hats, from marketing to data visualization and product management. He has also conducted research and built software for the U.S. Army, including virtual simulations for soft skills training. Justin co-founded and leads Fulbright 1:1, an organization which improves access to education for deserving British students by helping them apply to college. Fulbright 1:1 is a partnership with the Sutton Trust, funded by the US Embassy, and has helped more than 70 British students attend university in the US and the UK with more than $14 million in financial aid awards. He is also active in e-Health research and entrepreneurship, and co-founded a medication compliance venture, AsthmaVillage while in graduate school that was funded by the University of Leeds. Justin holds an MSc by Research in Psychology from the University of Leeds, where he was a Fulbright Scholar, and a BA from Connecticut College. He is a proud native of Connecticut.
Tech for Good: Discussion with Presidential Innovation Fellows
Interested in civic technology or innovation within the US Government? Stop by General Assembly for a discussion with the Presidential Innovation Fellows team.