Rodrigo Davies

Rodrigo is a civic technologist, researcher and problem solver whose work focuses on designing, building and analyzing tools for community participation in decision-making processes. He is a graduate researcher at MIT, where he founded the Civic Crowdfunding Research Project, a platform for social research on crowdfunding, and leads the development of Call to Action, a web-based tool to enable community groups to design and deploy voice-based services. Rodrigo has advised on civic projects with the Mayoral offices of San Francisco and Boston, the United Nations Development Program and Gateway House, a Mumbai-based foreign policy think tank.


5 Examples That Prove Local Governments Can Be Like Startups