Jason works at the intersection of technology and communities with the 100 Resilient Cities Solutions Development and Innovation team.
Jason Whittet was previously with AT&T and GE’s smart cities business deploying smart, connected urban infrastructure. Before AT&T and GE, Jason worked with the International Data Corporation’s (IDC) public sector practice where he led public sector business development for the global technology research and advisory firm.
Before IDC, he helped launch the Massachusetts Broadband Institute as Acting and Deputy Director and contributed to the successful completion of the $100MM, 1,200 mile MassBroadband 123 fiber-optic network in western Massachusetts. Jason has also held positions with Comcast in government relations, with the Massachusetts State Senate Ways and Means Committee as Project Director and with the Allston-Brighton Community Development Corporation as an AmeriCorps Volunteer.
Jason has a Bachelor of Science from Arizona State University and a Master’s in Public Administration from Northeastern University. Jason served in the Massachusetts Army National Guard and as a member of the 2008 Electoral College. He lives in New York City.