Power-Up My Neighborhood is an initiative of Lyceum Advisory Partners.
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While Lyceum is a for-profit company we have launched Power-Up My Neighborhood as a
civic initiative supported by grant funding from our funding partners.
Tony has worked at the intersection of government, business and finance for over two decades with a focus on economic development strategy and public policy. He co-founded Lyceum to support national leaders, social entrepreneurs and impact investors around the world respond to complex public policy challenges.
He is a former partner at Monitor Deloitte, a strategy consultancy, and earlier in his career worked in corporate finance and as an Australian diplomat.
He has lived and worked around the world including Australia, the US, Africa, the Middle East and Europe.
Christopher is an experienced Chief Information Officer and web technology developer focused on designing and implementing transformational change in business operations from onsite systems to shared platform models.
He was the inaugural Chief Information Officer for the award-winning Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate and was previously the Director of Web Technology for the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. Christopher was also the Executive Chair of the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium for almost 10 years.
He has lived in Spain and Australia and now resides in Boston MA.