Project Leader, Center for Innovation Strategy and Policy
Mr. Deitz has a decade of experience in science, technology, and innovation policy and technology-based economic development. At SRI, he leads and support projects in the analysis and dissemination of science and engineering data, technology-based economic development, program evaluation, and management of innovation systems. His responsibilities have included analysis of diverse social, economic, and innovation indicators, benchmarking of regional economies, evaluation of state technology programs, assessment of industry clusters and labor markets, stakeholder interviews and surveys, and development of science and technology-related communications and guidance. Mr. Deitz’s work has supported government and industry clients across the United States at the regional level and federal level, and globally. Prior to SRI, Mr. Deitz worked in the Directorate for Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences at the National Science Foundation. Mr. Deitz holds an M.A. from The George Washington University in International Science and Technology Policy, and a B.A. from Vassar College in Science, Technology, and Society.