Greg Boone



Georgetown University, Master of Arts

Communication, Culture, and Technology
Sep 2011 – Jun 2013

Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Graduate certificate

Trade, Technology and Development
Jul 2012 – Jul 2012

Gustavus Adolphus College, Bachelor of Arts

Communication Studies, Political Science
Sep 2005 – Jun 2009

United International College, Semester abroad

International journalism and poltiics
Sep 2008 – Jan 2009


18F, U.S. General Services Administration

Innovation Specialist, Outreach in Washington, DC and Denver, CO
Sep 2014 – present

Led and supported a team to create a government agency that speaks like a human.

  • Led a research project to understand 18F’s parent agency, its mission, and where our strategic partners exist
  • Shaped a human-centric, plain language communication and design strategy for the website and blog
  • Wrote documentation and customer communications for, 18F’s open source platform as a service

University of Denver Ritchie School of Engineering

Adjunct professor in Denver, CO
Mar 2017 – present

Taught Entrepreneurship for Engineers and Computer Scientists

  • Introduced electrical and computer engineering students to basic concepts of Science and Technology Studies
  • Challenged students to think about how social impact of engineering is part of being an entrepreneur
  • Introduced the ideas of user-centred design and usability as essential components to running an engineering start up

Excella Consulting (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau)

Web Developer and Account Lead in Arlington, VA
Jan 2013 – Sep 2014

Lead WordPress developer

  • Supported the agency’s mission through maintenance of, and related web applications.
  • Contributed to and created open source software projects.
  • Managed and supervised a small team of software engineers and served as a technical lead for account management.

gnovis Journal of Communication, Culture, and Technology

Digital publisher and multimedia director in Georgetown University; Washington, DC
Sep 2011 – May 2013

Managed online publishing, podcasts, and managed content

  • Launched the journal’s podcast and managed its web presence including backend security and maintenance.

Georgetown University Communication Culture and Technology program

Teaching Assistant in Washington, DC
Jan 2013 – May 2013

Led a weekly discussion group and prepared course materials for a Science and Technology Studies survey

  • Managed classroom and led discussion of a 12 student section.
  • Helped students plan final projects unpacking the sociotechnical context of emerging technologies.
  • Assisted professors and other TAs with curriculum development.

Georgetown Medical School

Research Assistant in Washington, DC and Brentwood, MD
Aug 2012 – May 2013

A project co-led by medical and graduate school faculty to better teach doctor-patient communication.

  • Filmed and produced video to help understand doctor’s goals and patient’s needs during routine exams.

Munkácsy Mihály Gimnázium

Visiting English Instructor in Kaposvár, Hungary;
Aug 2010 – Jun 2011

Used new classroom technologies with English language learners.

  • With limited classroom technology, taught information literacy and engaged students in creative digital projects.
  • Taught ninth through 12th and first through third grade in a public school bilingual program.

KoreaPOLYSchool, Jeongbal Campus

English Teacher in Ilsan, South Korea
Jul 2009 – Jul 2010

Worked in a fully immersive language education environment

  • Taught grades 1-5 subjects grammar, math, science.

Gustavus Communications and Marketing

Podcaster in Zhuhai, China
Sep 2008 – Jan 2009

Kept a weekly podcast chronicling my experience abroad.

Gustavian Weekly

Columnist in St. Peter, MN; Zhuhai, China
Oct 2007 – Jun 2009

Offered commentary on current events on campus.

KGSM Radio

General Manager and Program Director in St. Peter, MN
Sep 2006 – Sep 2008

Built a web publishing platform and launched several podcasts with college radio hosts.

Writing and publications

“Iterative workplace design at the Denver Federal Center.” 18F, U.S. General Services Administration. October 14, 2016

“Mississippi brings agile and modular techniques to child welfare system contract.” 18F, U.S. General Services Administration. September 20, 2016

“A conversation about static and dynamic websites.” 18F, U.S. General Services Administration. July 11, 2016

“Prototype early, prototype often: A lesson from the DATA Act.” 18F, U.S. General Services Administration. June 14, 2016

“Why we’re moving to Federalist.” 18F, U.S. General Services Administration. May 18, 2016

“A visit to the National Earthquake Information Center’s open source team.” 18F, U.S. General Services Administration. April 04, 2016

“What’s in the first U.S. Extractives Industries Transparency Initiative report.” 18F, U.S. General Services Administration. December 16, 2015

“How we test” 18F, U.S. General Services Administration. December 11, 2015

“A look at complex data in USEITI.” 18F, U.S. General Services Administration. November 30, 2015

“USEITI: What we learned and where we’re headed.” 18F, U.S. General Services Administration. November 02, 2015

“Communicart tool will streamline purchase card process.” 18F, U.S. General Services Administration. August 06, 2015

“Sunshine week: extractive industries transparency initiative event.” 18F, U.S. General Services Administration. March 18, 2015

“U.X. lessons learned from a procurement project.” 18F, U.S. General Services Administration. March 06, 2015

“Making procurement easier: questions for developer Kailin Devine.” 18F, U.S. General Services Administration. March 05, 2015

“How to use GitHub and the terminal: a guide.” 18F, U.S. General Services Administration. March 03, 2015

“Taking control of our website with Jekyll and webhooks.” 18F, U.S. General Services Administration. November 17, 2014

“Globalization Korea: A rhetoric of food.” How Writing Works with Readings. Oxford University Press. October 01, 2014

“Chaebol vs. the Microbrewer.” International Underground. June 02, 2010

“A Culture of Support.” international Underground. March 16, 2010


“Building Trust Through Radical Transparency” Refresh Denver, June 08, 2016, Galvanize Golden Triangle, Denver,

“Data Jam” gnovicon: Unlocking Open Data, February 20, 2015, Georgetown University, Washington,

“Vocation and post-graduate careers” Georgetown Communication Culture and Technology Open House, December 05, 2014, Georgetown University, Washington,

“How to do browser testing on WordPress” Do More With What You Have: Experience WordPress in Government, May 28, 2014, District Architecture Center, Washington,

“Soft Power of Online Diplomacy: A close look at South Korea’s online communication strategy” ST Global 2012, March 30, 2012, National Academy of Sciences, Washington,


Research and design, Mid-level

content design,
user-centered design,
participant observation,

Web Development, Mid-level

Git and GitHub

Multimedia Production, Mid-level

Pro Tools,
Final Cut Pro,
Hindenburg Journalist

Foreign Languages

German (Conversational),
Korean (Beginner),
Hungarian (Beginner)