Todd Appel, vice president
Todd brings 25+ years experience in public-private partnerships, multi-party deal structuring, organizational transformation, performance management, and alliance development. Todd joined Quantified Ventures from IBM's Global Public Sector Practice, where he was a leader in the IBM Smarter Cities Initiative, structuring complex projects to improve delivery of government health, transportation, public safety and education programs through predictive data analytics. He led strategy and business development for IBM's entry into the intelligent transportation market, and also led a global deal structuring team, providing expertise in development of large consulting and technology contracts with government departments in the U.S. and Europe.
Prior to IBM, Todd was a Strategic Change consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers, working with Executives of multiple government organizations (UK Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency, DC Department of Housing & Community Development, US Patent & Trademark Office) in design and implementation of performance improvement, organizational restructuring and change management initiatives. He started his career as a Program Evaluator with the Government Accountability Office, completing reviews for Congress recommending improved coordination and targeting of foreign aid programs and strengthening of nuclear-related export controls.
Todd has a Masters in International Development from Columbia University's School of Public and International Affairs and a B.A. in Political Science from UC-Berkeley.
Biking is his thing.