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Dr. Antonio M. Oftelie

Fellow, Technology and Entrepreneurship Center, Harvard University

Dr. Antonio M. Oftelie conducts research, teaches, and advises on how law, policy and technology can be aligned to create exceptional environments for organizational innovation and adaptation. Based in the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University, Antonio administers the Harvard Public Sector Innovation Award program, is faculty lead for the Public Safety, Human Services, Chief Financial Officer, and Public Sector for the Future summits, and since 2004, has developed and taught in more than forty Harvard executive education programs. Antonio has created practitioner-recognized frameworks and maturity models for organizational innovation and value creation including the Shared Services Horizons of Value, the Uptake and Edge Innovation Matrix, and the Human Services Value Curve. Antonio holds a BS in Management and Ethics from Crown College, an MPA with a Business and Government Policy concentration from Harvard University, where he focused his studies on leadership, finance, and public policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, and on strategic management, technology, and innovation at the Harvard Business School, and a Doctorate in Law and Policy from Northeastern University, where his studies and research focused on constitutional and administrative law, technology and society, and institutional transformation.