Todd Rogers

Todd Rogers is a professor at Harvard. He is a behavioral scientist who develops interventions that increase student attendance, strengthen democracy, and improve written communication. Todd co-founded two social enterprises. First, the Analyst Institute, which harnesses behavioral and data sciences for voter communications. He serves on the Analyst Institute’s board. Second, EveryDay Labs, which partners with school districts to reduce student absenteeism. He is co-founder, equity holder, and Chief Scientist at Everyday Labs (an unpaid position). Todd teaches the most popular elective course at the Harvard Kennedy School, the Science of Behavior Change. He is also faculty director of the Behavioral Insights Group, the largest student group at Harvard. He is Senior Scientist at ideas42 and Academic Advisor at the Behavioural Insights Team. Todd received a Ph.D. jointly from Harvard’s department of Psychology and Harvard Business School, and received a B.A. from Williams College, majoring in both Religion and Psychology.

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