Mark Rossetti works at the intersection of government and technology, applying technical and product thinking to provide better public services. From building inspection scheduling to criminal record expungement, he brings tech industry experience with agile and lean processes to the context of government, finding iterative solutions to large problems that affect the lives of millions of people.
His work helping small businesses start and grow in the City of Long Beach, California brought user-centered, iterative practices to government and yielded major improvements to the way the city interfaces with its entrepreneurial residents. One of the outcomes of the project, the City of Long Beach’s new business portal, garnered the American Planning Association’s Distinguished Innovation Award.
At present, Mark works on Code for America’s Safety and Justice team, focusing on improving both the efficacy and fairness of the justice system in the United States.
Mark lives in San Francisco, where he spends weekends on acroyoga, barbershop singing, rock climbing, and beer brewing.