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Jeff Merritt was born on 16 May, 1978. Discover Jeff Merritt's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 42 years old?

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Born 16 May 1978
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2017

In November 2017, Merritt joined the World Economic Forum as Head of IoT and Connected Devices as part of the Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The Center advertises itself as a way of maximizing the benefits of science and technology for society and designing "new approaches to policy and governance" through public-private partnerships with government, industry and experts from around the world. In 2019, the World Economic Forum (WEF) joined the G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance, an initiative formed by the world’s leading city networks and technology governance organizations to advance the ethical use of smart city technologies and develop global standards. The WEF's announcement was noted by Jeff Merrit as a "critical step to accelerate global best practices, mitigate risks, and foster greater openness and public trust regarding the collection of data in public spaces".

2010

In 2010, Merritt joined the office of New York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio and in 2012 was named one of city and state's "New York City Rising Stars: 40 Under 40" for his work there as Senior Advisor. At the Public Advocate's office, Merritt helped developed New York City's Worst Landlord Watchlist, a first-of-its-kind tool to allow tenants to look up a current or potential landlord to see code violations in that landlord’s buildings. The tool was expanded through a partnership with Craigslist in 2011 and replicated by the City of Vancouver in 2012. Merritt also led the Public Advocate's open government and technology initiatives and national coalitions on issues of corporate political spending and gun divestment.

2006

Merritt began his career working with U.S. State Department-sponsored programs in Croatia, Macedonia, Albania, Serbia and Montenegro. Based on his experiences with democracy promotion in the Balkans, Merritt co-authored "Transacting Transition, The Micropolitics of Democracy Assistance in the Former Yugoslavia" (Kumarian Press, 2006).

2003

From 2003 to 2005, Merritt served as executive director for the Center for Civic Responsibility. In 2005, he founded Grassroots Initiative, a nonprofit organization that seeks to "provide easy political access for underrepresented groups and other political outsiders". In 2006, as president of Grassroots Initiative, Merritt helped elect the first Sikhs to political office in New York City. In 2009, under contract from the New York City Department of Education, Merritt helped promote the first exclusively online public election in the United States.

1978

Jeff Merritt (born May 16, 1978) is an internationally-recognized leader in the area of smart cities, the internet of things (IoT), emerging technology and government innovation. He currently serves as Head of IoT, Robotics and Smart Cities for the World Economic Forum. Merritt previously worked as Director of Innovation for the City of New York as part of the Mayor's Office of Technology and Innovation. He is also known for his work as founder of the New York City nonprofit organization, Grassroots Initiative, where he helped promote the first exclusively online public election in the United States.