I try to advance openness, justice, and connectivity.
I graduated from Wheaton College in 2017 with a double major in Math & Fine Arts, and minors in Physics and Computer Science. I had one year left in my dual degree, BE-granting program at Dartmouth College, and had been invited to subsequently begin PhD work there in Engineering.
That transition represents a change in thinking— a realization that our biggest challenges aren't material or technical, but permeate larger social, economic, and political systems.
Since then, I've been a Civic Digital Fellow, writing the International Trade Administration's first comprehensive tech strategy brief; a consultant to Brazil's first & largest impact VC fund via Yale's Program on Social Enterprise; a Fellow at the Boston Mayor's innovation and R&D lab; and since Fall '19, a Consultant to the social sector at Wellspring.
You can best reach me by email: liam.graceflood[at]gmail.com
I've been on the internet in these places:
I wrote about creating an inclusive "future of work" for Next City
That came out of my work with the Boston Mayor's R&D team
I did an "alumni spotlight" interview with Coding it Forward
I wrote a blog post about my participation in Yale SOM's Silver Scholar program