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Seth is a project manager and leader within the Aspen Institute with diverse experience in political organizing, non-profit management, economic and youth development, and entrepreneurship. He worked closely with colleagues to develop the first men of color employee resource group within the Aspen Institute. He is also a co-chair of the Task Force on Equity & Inclusion and works alongside colleagues dedicated to implementing recommendations to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion for all staff.
Prior to joining AGLN, he launched and managed the Aspen Institute's Better Arguments Project, a national civic initiative created to help bridge ideological divides. Prior to joining the Aspen Institute, he worked for President Obama's My Brother’s Keeper Alliance to address issues impacting young men of color. Since 2014, he has served on the Advisory Board of the Los Angeles-based non-profit In A Perfect World, which has funded 30 schools in 7 different countries.
Seth is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University where he majored in political science and criminal justice. He has completed certifications in Nonprofit Executive Management from Georgetown University, Diversity & Inclusion from Cornell University, Project Management from Harvard University and completed the McKinsey & Company Black Leadership Academy Management Accelerator.