Urban Data: Michael Flowers
Michael Flowers, Director of Analytics for Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Office of Policy and Strategic Planning, talks about the role of urban data in New York. Learn how the city’s troves of untapped information and data sets can be harnessed to improve the way the city runs. From fighting crime to improving mobility and identifying fire hazards, Flower’s analytics team has revolutionized the way New York operates.
Previously, Michael Flowers was counsel to the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations for the 110th and 111th congress. In 2005, he was the deputy director of the Department of Justice’s Regime Crimes Liaison Office in Baghdad. Flowers is a graduate of Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law, Philadelphia.
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