Michael Nutter's Impressive Resume


  • Sought-out by Airbnb as the Chairman for its inaugural Mayoral Advisory Board in order to, "review Airbnb policies, provide feedback on upcoming Airbnb products and initiatives, and provide Airbnb with valuable insights." As Nutter said upon his appointment, “After leading Philadelphia to pass some of the most progressive home sharing rules in the country, I know firsthand the tremendous economic impact of empowering everyday people to turn their greatest expense -- their housing -- into an economic opportunity.”
  • Joined the Board of Advisors at Novele, a company that develops energy storage and works to make renewable energy a reality for cities.
  • Elected to the Board of Directors for Code for America, a network that helps government deliver improved services to the public by tapping into the resources of the digital age. As the Code for America founder said, “[Nutter] was one of the first mayors to recognize how transformative a user-centered, iterative, data-driven approach to solving problems with technology can be…He’ll help us bring these practices to more governments and the people they serve.”
  • Joined the Board of Directors of Conduent Inc., a new spin-off company of Xerox Corporation that is the world’s largest business process service company, helping organizations—including 76 of the Fortune 100 businesses and over 500 government entities-- modernize.
  • Chosen as the inaugural David N. Dinkins Professor of Professional Practice in Urban and Public Affairs at Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs. As David Dinkins, the former New York City Mayor who the professorship honors said, “Michael Nutter has an exemplary record of leadership in Philadelphia… [He] earned our nation’s respect as an effective urban reformer and innovator who keeps humanity at the forefront of his goals.”
  • Appointed as a Non-Residential Senior SP2 Executive Fellow at the Penn Institute for Urban Research, where he will work with students and faculty to analyze and address issues of deep poverty in Philadelphia, serving as a model for society in general. The Co-Directors of Penn IUR praised Nutter for being a “transformative leader” who “translated theory into practice and leadership into action” and who “will help inform decisions for a more sustainable, inclusive urban future in the US.