Steven Rahman

Steven Rahman


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Biography

Steven Rahman leads User Experience strategy at Samsung where he and his team think about unexpected things that Users will be doing with their devices.  Prior to Samsung, Steven worked for a start-up called Watchwith where he tried to enhance the audience experience around shows like Bravo’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and NBC’s The Voice. Since 2002, he has worked as the rapporteur to an organization comprised of former heads of state, The InterAction Council.  Each year, the Council debates the most pressing issues in international affairs.  Steven provides the council with a variety of writing services. He is a graduate of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government where he completed the Master of Public Policy program.  While at Harvard, he focused on the intersection of policy and technology. In the next few years, Steven would like to bring writing more to the forefront of his career and is looking for new opportunities to collaborate.

Steven Rahman


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Biography

Steven Rahman leads User Experience strategy at Samsung where he and his team think about unexpected things that Users will be doing with their devices.  Prior to Samsung, Steven worked for a start-up called Watchwith where he tried to enhance the audience experience around shows like Bravo’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and NBC’s The Voice. Since 2002, he has worked as the rapporteur to an organization comprised of former heads of state, The InterAction Council.  Each year, the Council debates the most pressing issues in international affairs.  Steven provides the council with a variety of writing services. He is a graduate of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government where he completed the Master of Public Policy program.  While at Harvard, he focused on the intersection of policy and technology. In the next few years, Steven would like to bring writing more to the forefront of his career and is looking for new opportunities to collaborate.