Neisan Massarrat is an international strategy consultant at SecondMuse. His work has centered around the implementation of public-private initiatives, international cooperation on transparency issues and the use of technology for civic engagement. In the private sector, Neisan has worked in the expansion of corporate social responsibility best practices and supply chain improvement in the developing world.
At SecondMuse, he leads collaborative projects for clients such as the World Bank, Intel and NASA. Neisan is a core contributor to SecondMuse's open data initiatives National Day of Civic Hacking, International Space Apps Challenge and Random Hacks of Kindness. He is also a co-founder of Beijing Commons, a technology community platform based in China. Neisan started his career as an entrepreneur and is fluent in Chinese, German and Spanish.
SecondMuse is an innovation agency working in the nexus of cutting-edge collaboration and technology to solve complex social challenges. SecondMuse’s work is deeply motivated by a belief that the key to human prosperity is in the intersection of diverse thinking and coordinated action; accordingly, it serves to empower and facilitate partnerships between governments and the private sector. SecondMuse has become internationally known for delivering award-winning innovations, partnerships and solutions. Their work has been highlighted by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the White House. SecondMuse has been a catalyst for innovation within the US federal government and internationally.