Democracy Reinvented: Participatory Budgeting and Civic Innovation in America (Brookings / Ash Center Series, "Innovative Governance in the 21st Century") 1st Edition
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About the Author
Hollie Russon Gilman served as policy adviser on open government and innovation in the Obama White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. She is a Postdoctoral Research Scholar atColumbia University's School of International and Public Affairs and a fellow at New America and Harvard's Ash Center for Democratic Innovation andGovernance.
She holds a PhD from Harvard's Department of Government and AB from the University of Chicago in Political Science. She is a Fulbright and AAAS Fellowship recipient and has served as an advisor and research consultant to leading organizations including the Case Foundation, Center for Global Development, Google.org, Open Society Foundation, and World Bank Institute.