Co-Founder Smart Cities Lab

Correa is co-founder of Smart Cities Lab, an initiative dedicated to helping a network of ten collaborate on the future of urban transportation, and a strategic advisor at the Partnership for Public Service, where he focuses on government innovation. 

He is the former Assistant Director for Innovation Policy at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy under President Barack Obama. Prior to joining the White House, Correa worked at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, a Washington, D.C. think tank focused on technology and innovation policy issues. He previously held the position of Kauffman Fellow in Law, Economics and Entrepreneurship at Yale Law School.

Correa is a graduate of Yale Law School, holds a Masters in Economics from Yale University and a Bachelors from Dartmouth College.