Kyle Bozentko brings over 15 years of political, public policy, and deliberative engagement experience to his role as Executive Director of CNDP. Kyle joined the organization in 2011 and has served as Executive Director since 2013. Kyle has contributed directly to the design, implementation, and evaluation of nearly 50 multi-day deliberative engagement projects with partners in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and France. He has approximately 2,000 hours of deliberative engagement facilitation experience with group sizes ranging from a dozen to 250+ and events lasting from two hours to eight days spread across multiple weekends. His experience includes citizens’ juries, citizens’ assemblies, and other deliberative mini-publics.
Beyond this, Kyle has consulted or advised teams and/or governments on deliberative engagement projects and initiatives in Argentina, Australia, Canada, Japan, Portugal, Scotland, Singapore and South Korea. He served on the International Association of Public Participation - USA (IAP2 USA) Board of Directors from 2015-2018, the MNsure (Minnesota) Health Industry Advisory Committee from 2016-2018, and as Co-Chair of the Deliberative Democracy Consortium Executive Committee from 2016-2020. Kyle currently serves on the State of Minnesota Office of Collaboration and Dispute Resolution Advisory Committee. He has contributed to articles and research featured in the Brookings Institution blog, Real Clear Policy, GOVERNING, the Journal of Medical Internet Research, the Journal of Medical Ethics, and the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.