Gregory Curtin

Smart & Sustainable Cities; Founder & CEO, CivicConnect

Gregory C. Curtin, PhD, JD, founder and CEO of CivicConnect, pioneered the use of technology and data to transform the public sector, and is now regarded as a revolutionary technology entrepreneur. Having spent many years as a public school teacher, a professor at the University of Southern California and a municipal government attorney, Dr. Curtin brings deep knowledge and passion for the public sector to his vision for digital governance. Dr. Curtin is accredited for his work as a Senior Fellow at the World Economic Forum (WEF) and serves as a Charter Member of WEF’s Global Agenda Council on the Future of Government. During his 10-year tenure with the United Nations Global E-Government Survey and Report, Curtin served as the principle investigator and one of its senior contributors. He founded and directed the E-Governance Collaborative Program at the University of Southern California Bedrosian Center, and started the Journal of E-Government peer-review. Authoring work throughout the evolution of smart cities, Dr. Curtin published Free the Data: E-Governance for Megaregions and The World of E-Government.

Wednesday, April 17
1:15 pm - 2:30 pm • Future Directions in Urban Mobility (and how to get there)boardroom
Join this conversation among leaders of the Smart Cities Council Urban Mobility Task Force to discuss the impending transition to mobility as a service. Hear from researchers, vendors and other thought leaders as they present findings from early use cases of connected and autonomous vehicles, shared vehicles and multi-modal transportation options.