BISG Lunch with Robert Reynolds (VoteTripling.org)

Date: 

Monday, September 17, 2018, 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Location: 

Darman Room, Taubman Building, Harvard Kennedy School

Join us for a Behavioral Insights Student Group lunch with Robert Reynolds (VoteTripling.org).

Robert's talk will detail the work of VoteTripling.org, a behavioral science-based political action committee he co-founded that helps campaigns prompt their supporters to nudge three friends to vote. The talk will be of interest to students interested in political campaign innovations, the challenges of scaling behavioral designs, and to MPP2's who are interested in opportunities to partner with VoteTripling.org for their PAE.

Robert is a behavioral scientist and writer whose passion is designing and distributing researched-based voter turnout programs that help people get their friends to vote. Prior to VoteTripling.org, he worked at ideas42 where he designed behavioral innovations and ran numerous randomized controlled trials. During this time, he also served as an independent, pro bono get-out-the-vote program designer to over a dozen progressive campaigns. Robert holds a BS from Loyola Marymount University and an MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School where he worked under experts in behavioral science and voter turnout. He grew up in rural Montana and now lives in Washington, DC.

Robert is also available to meet with BISG students one-on-one. To book a slot, please click here

See also: BIG Events