TECHNOLOGY POLICY ADVISOR
Brian Forde served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Nicaragua and went on to help bring low-cost internet service there. He then served as the Obama Administration’s senior advisor for mobile and data innovation, and as founding director for MIT’s Digital Currency Initiative. More recently, he ran for Congress in California. Although he didn’t win, he raised more than $300,000 in Bitcoin donations, more than any other candidate.
WHAT DID YOU START OUT WANTING TO DO IN YOUR CAREER, AND HOW DID YOU BEGIN TO SEE TECHNOLOGY PLAYING A CENTRAL ROLE IN YOUR WORK?
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