Isaiah Joo

Program Analyst, Office of eDiplomacy
U.S. Department of State


Isaiah Joo is a Civil Service Program Analyst in the U.S. Department of State’s Office of eDiplomacy, where he’s been working since 2011. He is responsible for organizing the Tech@State program, a quarterly conference series that brings together U.S. diplomats, technologists, civil society leaders, academics, and entrepreneurs to explore innovative ways technology can address global diplomatic and development challenges. Isaiah is also the Engagement Coordinator for eDiplomacy’s Diplomatic Innovation Division and the business development lead for CrowdWork, which is an internal crowdworking platform developed in partnership with the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and the General Services Administration. In 2013, Isaiah was selected by FedScoop as a “Government Up & Comer of the Year” for the FedScoop 50 Awards, which honors 50 of the most talented and innovative leaders in the federal IT sector. Isaiah is also on the Digital Diplomacy Coalition’s (DDC) Planning Committee. The DDC is a grassroots organization focused on bringing together digital strategists and communications professionals in the diplomatic and international affairs community. He is on the national board of Young Government Leaders (YGL) as their Chief Information Officer, where he is responsible for YGL’s technology and innovation initiatives, and overseas the web and social media presence of YGL and its local chapters around the United States. He received a B.A. with a double major in Political Science and Philosophy from American University and a certificate in Public Affairs and Advocacy at the Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies.

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