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Michelle Littlefield

Program Lead, Digital Services & Analytics
City of Redwood City

Working at the intersection of smart cities technology, urban planning and policy development in Silicon Valley, Ms. Littlefield leads digital services and analytics initiatives that help local government leverage data to manage growth, improve online services and inform operational and policy change. A political scientist by training and a city planner, Ms. Littlefield authored legislation that promotes the construction of much needed housing in Silicon Valley as well as managed major commercial, residential and school construction projects. She serves as an advisor to the Digital Civil Society Lab at Stanford University, Co-Chair of the Data-Informed Decision Making Subcommittee for the San Francisco Bay Area Civic Innovation Network, Co-Founder of the Code for America Chapter for San Mateo County, and Chief Government Affairs Officer for Ability Revolution, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the authentic inclusion of people with disabilities in workplaces, educational institutions and communities. Ms. Littlefield is passionate about technology that helps cities solve its greatest urban growth and public health challenges and advises govtech startups on developing products that help government make better decisions and solve real pain points in the delivery of public services.

Michelle Littlefield