Ted Robertson is a Managing Director at ideas42. He works on the strategy and application of behavioral design to health care, government, and civic engagement. In government, Ted has led the creation and integration of the first U.S. municipal behavioral design teams in New York and Chicago that are now expanding to cities and states around the country. In health and health care, he leads the ideas42 work with the Centers for Disease Control, cities and states, and leading providers around clinical service delivery redesign and population health solutions for core national challenges such as diabetes, obesity, and heart disease. He also helped launch, in partnership with the Center for Health Behaviors and Behavioral Economics at the University of Pennsylvania, the B-HUB, a curated digital hub of behavioral science innovations (now in beta form).
Immediately before joining ideas42, he was a Visiting Scholar and Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He also has an MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School focused on digital innovation, organizational change, and behavioral economics.