Dr. Antonio Oftelie, Lutheran Services in America board member and executive director of Harvard University’s Leadership for a Networked World program, knows first-hand the value of community. Antonio’s desire to “pay it forward” led him to Lutheran Services in America.
Lutheran Services in America is committed to achieving a healthier, more equitable future for millions of Americans. Join Antonio and Lutheran Services in America in our efforts to help leaders find innovative solutions and create equitable outcomes for children and families across America.
Dr. Antonio M. Oftelie is Executive Director of Leadership for a Networked World, an Innovation Fellow at the Technology and Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard University (TECH), part of the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, an Expert in Residence at Harvard Innovation Lab, and a Commissioner on the Ireland Commission for the Future of Policing. Antonio conducts research at the intersection of law, policy and technology, administers the Harvard Public Sector Innovation Award program, leads the development and teaches of multiple summits and executive sessions, and since 2004, has developed and taught in more than sixty Harvard executive education programs.
Hear from Antonio’s fellow board members on why they were called to serve.