What We Do
Since joining IFTF in 2009, Brad’s research has focused on applying a human-centered lens to make sense of the effects of large-scale change in health, food and well-being. From this perspective, he has led research into how shifts within a broad range of subjects, including emerging technologies, genetics, abundant data, neuroscience, and global water will impact the future of human experience. A frequent speaker and meeting facilitator, Brad particularly enjoys working with groups to use foresight to spark fresh thinking and inspire innovation.
Prior to joining IFTF, Brad worked in a variety of roles in and around health care, including as a writer for the Advisory Board Company and a freelance health and business reporter. Brad holds a BA in history from Connecticut College and an MA in anthropology from UC San Diego.