Angelica Quicksey is a civic technologist with a background in public policy and urban planning.
Her civic tech career began in 2012 as a ‘public service trainee’ with the City of San Francisco. Since then, she has delivered modern public services as a public servant and a consultant, at the local, state, and federal levels.
Angelica has designed products and services that help San Franciscans apply for business permits, Boston city officials procure technology, unemployed Californians understand the status of their unemployment insurance applications, and countless U.S. residents access Medicare and Medicaid. She created a course on technology and innovation in government at the Harvard Kennedy School and helped plan the 2016 Black Policy Conference and 2017 Black in Design Conference. She is currently the Head of the Public Spaces Incubator at New_ Public.
She holds a BA from Claremont McKenna College and two Masters degrees from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and Graduate School of Design.