United States of America
I'm Connor. I'm a curious and ambitious person with a strong belief in technology's potential to affect meaningful societal change at unprecedented scale. I work on global policy topics at YouTube, with a focus on helping realize our mission to give everyone a voice and show them the world.
Previously, I worked on consumer and retail marketing for Google Nest in Northern Europe, focused on retail advocacy, creative strategy and special projects. Before that, I helped create and launch Google's Be Internet Awesome program, which encourages youngsters to be safe, confident explorers online through gaming and a robust standards-aligned classroom curriculum. I've worked on a diverse set of topics at Google including acquisition analytics / quant marketing for Google Ads, brand architecture, and internal and executive global comms. Before that, I studied, researched, and built a few (small) startups at Northwestern, in way-too-cold Chicago.
My work has been featured in print/digital (CNN, Engadget, Fortune, Entrepreneur), broadcast television (CBS, FOX, ABC), radio, and beyond. It has also been included in academic literature by researchers at Princeton University and the University of Maryland and has been studied for foundation grant making innovation. I've had the honor and privilege of speaking for organizations including Consumer Electronics Show (CES), United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), International Society for Technology in Education, American Library Association, and more.
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