Aimee Sprung is the Civic Engagement Program Manager on the Technology & Civic Engagement (TCE) Team at Microsoft’s New England Research & Development Center (NERD). The Technology & Civic Engagement team brings Microsoft’s best assets to bear to help civic leaders — and the communities they serve – use technology and cutting edge ideas to solve their biggest challenges. With deep technical and policy expertise, the team is committed to building long-term partnerships in local communities and leveraging technology to make an impact on critical civic issues, such as computer science and STEM education, developing tools for greater citizen engagement, the effective use of big data, and privacy.
Aimee is responsible for STEM education outreach and local community engagement. Aimee has also held roles at Microsoft focused on marketing to NERD Site Leadership, Academic (K-12) and US Federal Government audiences. Aimee serves on the Board of Overseers at the Museum of Science, Generation Citizen and Youth Cities – organizations leading our community in STEM and civic engagement. Prior to her 13 years at Microsoft, Aimee was the Marketing Director at Information Strategies – a software development company and Microsoft partner in Washington, DC. She graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a major in Art History and a minor in Business.