Project staff for for the Industrial and Technology Assistance Corporation (ITAC) in conducting a review of business incubators in NYS, funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and NYSTAR.

Conducted benchmarking and stakeholder interviews as part of a broader effort to develop a state bioscience cluster strategy, performed for the (former) Colorado Office of Innovation and Technology.


Conducted extensive in-field stakeholder interviews as part of a bioscience cluster strategy for the Bio Economic Technology Alliance (BETA) hosted by the Economic Development Council of Western Massachusetts.

Conducted extensive interviews with the board and stakeholders of the Flinn Foundation (Phoenix), over a multiyear period, to assess prospects for re-aligning the Foundation’s investment program to support its programmatic efforts in bioscience development.

Conducted stakeholder interviews and performed data analysis in support of a project for the Long Island Association to design a series of “Millennium Centers” to knit together Long Island’s research institutions.


Conducted stakeholder interviews and other research for the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA), in a project conducted jointly by Battelle and Hammer, Siler, George Associates to identify the best location for a South Jersey research park.

Consultant for the Vice President for Research at the former University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, providing a comprehensive management review of the university-wide, multi-school Center for Continuing Education.

Principal researcher and author of a “framework for a technology strategy” for the City of New York, performed through ITAC and funded by discretionary funds controlled by the Speaker of New York City Council.


Prepared case studies of environmental research conducted at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Research and Development in Cincinnati. Also conducted early planning through Battelle for what became Central State University’s NET (National Environmental Technology) incubator, the first such program nationally at a Historically Black College or University (HBCU).