Moses Sitati is a socio-economist with 10 years experience spanning the public and private sectors. He has broad technology industry experience across Sub Saharan Africa focusing on the development of locally relevant technology innovations to drive positive social and economic impact.

He has worked both at the grassroots and ecosystem levels including as regional lead for Nokia and Microsoft developer evangelism and support, as an economist/R&D specialist at Nokia Research Center, and as a researcher at the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis.

He is currently project management specialist of private sector development & innovation at USAID. He was previously the lab manager at the Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX), a project run by the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) at the UN. With strengths in cross-sector partnerships, business development, ecosystem building, and innovations management, he leads the community building and outreach efforts for the HDX Data Lab in the Horn of Africa region.

Last Updated: August 2, 2017