I give presentations on my diversity and complexity research to high schools, universities, corporations, non profits, and government agencies.
Past clients include:
Google, The International Monetary Fund, The Ford Motor Company, The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, The US Department of Education, The League of Black Women, The United States Air Force, The Chrysler Corporation, Mercedes Benz, Johnson Controls, Selective Insurance, Legg Mason, Stryker Corporation, Ariel Capital, Motorola – Japan, John Deere, The Roeper School, Sandia National Laboratory, The Aspen Ideas Festival, Sandvik, Total, The Vermont Oxford Network, Tyco, ING, and the National Institutes of Health.
My speaking engagements are handled by the Leigh Bureau.
My consulting projects currently include research on crowd sourced vehicle design with DARPA, as well as an IARPA project on collective prediction. In the past, I have helped with model building to understand the potential fallout from the Y2K problem, and have been involved in projects ranging from MacArthur Foundation efforts to understand inequality, a Kellogg foundation initiative to improve education, and a City of Pasadena project to unpack the economic impact of the World Cup and the Tournament of Roses. I have also served as a subject matter expert on computational models of terrorism for a national laboratory, worked at Yahoo!, and testified before a Congressional subcommittee on the value of models.