andrew hoppin

Andrew Hoppin

Andrew Hoppin is a govtech entrepreneur and former government CIO currently developing, a health insurance marketing social venture that uses blockchain technology to put patients at the center of their data value chain. He also organizes the New York Government Blockchain Association Meetup, is a Global Impact Entrepreneur in New Zealand's Edmund Hillary Fellowship, and is President of the DC-based good governance NGO Global Integrity. Previously, Andrew founded and built DKAN, the open source platform that runs and hundreds of other government open data sites worldwide, before selling the company to Granicus Inc. From 2009-2011, Andrew was the first Chief Information Officer for the New York State Senate, where his team opened up hundreds of datasets and published all of its code in the first ever government Github repository. Andrew was selected by GovTech as the 2010 New York State Public Sector CIO of the Year and by Information Week as one of the "Government CIO 50."

Twitter: @ahoppin