Hometown: Clinton, New Jersey
B.A. Rutgers University, Math and Philosophy, 2011
M.A. International Development, University of Denver, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, 2014
Steve began working at the Pardee Center in December 2012. After receiving his M.A. in International Development from the Korbel school, Steve worked at the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) in Pretoria, South Africa for a year as a researcher. His research there focused mainly on forecasting the water and energy systems of South Africa and the Southern Africa region. In January 2015, Steve re-joined our team in Denver as a research system developer, managing the ongoing development and documentation of IFs. He works on documenting, maintaining, extending, and enhancing the International Futures system. He is also in charge of data collection for the model. He also continues to travel internationally to represent the center and plays an active role in projects for USAID, the African Futures Project, NEPAD, and other government clients worldwide.