It's Time for Massachusetts to Be a Leader for America
We started this campaign to stand up for our diverse and inclusive American values. I know that if we work together and take back our statewide offices, we can make our Commonwealth a true progressive leader.
Throughout my career in the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office, in President Obama’s White House, and in the non-profit sector, I’ve worked to craft effective policies to fight poverty, improve access to healthcare, and create jobs for the middle class.
In this campaign, we’ll be fighting for a progressive vision for the Commonwealth that includes truly universal healthcare, criminal justice reform, real leadership on climate change, and an economy that works for everyone. Keep reading below for more about the policies I will support as Lieutenant Governor.
Quentin's Articles and Presentations
5 Strategies for Evidence-Based Policymaking
Promoting Policies that Work
Getting Public Benefits to the People Who Need Them
Did Applying for Financial Aid Just Get Harder?
A Survival Guide for the Trumpocalypse
A Clearer Vision for American Innovation and Jobs
The America Invents Act: Turning Ideas into Jobs
New Report: Investing in Innovation is Crucial to Economic Growth and Competitiveness
Laying the Groundwork for American Competitiveness Throughout the 21st Century
Jobs Council Discusses Innovation and American Competitiveness
Patent Reform: Celebrating the One Year Anniversary of the America Invents Act
Intellectual Property Helps Fuel an Economy Built To Last
Inventing Solutions to the World’s Challenges
Rewarding Inventors Who Work to Solve Global Challenges
Promoting Global Health by Sharing Knowledge
Tapping the Power of Technology to Teach Children Around the World
Senate Confirms Four Nominees to Privacy & Civil Liberties Board
Internet Privacy: Protecting Consumers, Building Trust, Creating Jobs
Protecting Privacy and Civil Liberties on the Internet and Beyond
Learning from Ebola
Inventing Solutions to Global Disease & Poverty
Congress Has Failed To Protect Consumer Privacy Online. It’s Time for States to Act.
Translating Rigorous Evidence Into Policies that Benefit the Poor
Expanding Access to Medicine & Promoting Innovation: A Practical Approach
High Level Patent Reform
Federal Housing Subsidies, 37 Harv. J. Legis. 567 (2000)
State Judiciary’s Role in Fulfilling Brown’s Promise, 8 Mich. J. Race & Law 1 (2002)
Translating Rigorous Evidence Into Policies That Benefit the Poor
Innovative Health Care Solutions to Reduce Poverty
Conversations in Global Health, Innovation, & the Digital World
Harvard Insights Into Action Workshop
Transparency & Freedom of Information in the Digital Age
Ed Tech, Personalized Learning & the Digital Divide
Research Center Aims to Improve the Impact of Social Entrepreneurs
Building Partnerships to Promote Evidence-Based Policy