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Martin Gould

Director of Research, G3ict

Martin Gould, Ed.D., has spent over 35 years working in the field of human services in a variety of roles, including as a: Manager at the Department of Treasury on the Affordable Care Act; Director of Research and Technology at the National Council on Disability; Director of Outcomes Research at the Council on Leadership; and, Assistant Superintendent for Family and Student Services at the Baltimore City Public Schools.

He joined G3ict in December 2006, and has worked on a number of projects related to the CRPD and the 2030 Action Agenda for Sustainable Development. Other volunteer work, over the last 35 years, includes serving as: an Health Disparities Advisory Board Member for PCORI, a national independent research entity; a research advisor to the National Finance Institute at Accion International; a member of the Scientific Research Advisory Board for the Zero Project and World Futures Council; and a member of the Treasury Department/IRS National Leave Bank Board. He took his doctorate in education and behavioral research from The Johns Hopkins University in 1985.

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02 November 2022

On October 28th, G3ict participated in a fireside chat at the World Ethical Data Forum (WEDF). According to its website, “The World Ethical Data Forum is the only event in the world that embraces the full range of interrelated issues around the use and future of data.” The title of the WEDF-G3ict fi... Read More