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Stephen just finished his graduate studies in a joint MBA/MPA from MIT Sloan and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. Before coming to Boston, he was in Philadelphia where he founded and managed the Teaming for Technology Initiative at the United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania serving as Director of Technology Outreach. Teaming for Technology included a non-profit technology consulting practice and a digital inclusion program that provided wireless internet access, training to residents, and content through the a web portal serving low-income population. The city of Philadelphia has since picked up on the initiative with the intention of making the whole city wireless. Prior to joining United Way, he served as an Americorps member serving in a Philadelphia public school. Steve received a BS in policy analysis and management from Cornell University where he served on the Board of Trustees and was President of the student government. Steve is co-founder of the Institute for Progressive Christianity and CrossLeft. He has been an Episcopalian for most of his life, but has strong roots in the Evangelical tradition through his father.