Building Locus

Building Locus works with each of the Locus' three core streams — Theory, Data, and Syntax Indices — to help coordinate current projects and cultivate an office culture that encourages intellectual curiosity and transparency. Building Locus is involved in Locus’ strategy, administration and legal/patent activities. They are helping build a firm foundation from which the family of Locus activities can grow.

Adelaide Fuller Addie is a core member of the original theory team that developed the Locus Model. From that role, Addie has been a leader in coordinating the strategy effort at Locus Analytics for the Locus Model and its applications. She has played a key role in developing the strategy for Syntax  Indices and the different applications for the Locus Model outside of finance. Addie received her BS in Biology from MIT. Before joining Locus, Ms. Fuller taught middle school science in the East Bronx through Teach for America.   

Adelaide Fuller

Addie is a core member of the original theory team that developed the Locus Model. From that role, Addie has been a leader in coordinating the strategy effort at Locus Analytics for the Locus Model and its applications. She has played a key role in developing the strategy for Syntax  Indices and the different applications for the Locus Model outside of finance.


Addie received her BS in Biology from MIT. Before joining Locus, Ms. Fuller taught middle school science in the East Bronx through Teach for America. 

 

Philip Crotty Phil joined Locus after having led the International Business Development team at Newscom, where he helped build and manage a partnership network of the world’s leading digital media content providers. While at Locus, Phil has led the data acquisition and licensing, professional development, and office management teams. He is currently the Chief of Staff and Director of Human Resources. Phil holds a BA in Political Science, with a minor in Journalism, from the University of Rochester, a CAPM through the Project Management Institution, and a Certificate in General Management from the UCLA Anderson School of Management. Phil lives in New York with his wife and son and is an avid beer-league hockey player.

Philip Crotty

Phil joined Locus after having led the International Business Development team at Newscom, where he helped build and manage a partnership network of the world’s leading digital media content providers. While at Locus, Phil has led the data acquisition and licensing, professional development, and office management teams. He is currently the Chief of Staff and Director of Human Resources.

Phil holds a BA in Political Science, with a minor in Journalism, from the University of Rochester, a CAPM through the Project Management Institution, and a Certificate in General Management from the UCLA Anderson School of Management. Phil lives in New York with his wife and son and is an avid beer-league hockey player.

Daniel Goldman Daniel was a member of the founding team and rejoined in 2014 to serve as in-house counsel and advise on business development, strategic planning, and technology development initiatives. He previously worked in business development for IIX, a financing platform backed by the Asian Development Bank and the Rockefeller Foundation, for the World Bank on corporate governance matters, and as an associate at Balfour Venture Partners, an investment advisor focused on life sciences and software companies. Prior to that, he was an independent film producer and worked for the New York Stock Exchange. Daniel holds a B.A. from Columbia, where he was a John Jay National Scholar; a J.D. from Georgetown; and an M.B.A. from Yale, where he was a winner of the Yale Law and Business Society Entrepreneurship Challenge. He has presented research at the University of Cambridge and the World Bank on data analytics and sustainable development. He serves on the Bretton Woods Committee.

Daniel Goldman

Daniel was a member of the founding team and rejoined in 2014 to serve as in-house counsel and advise on business development, strategic planning, and technology development initiatives. He previously worked in business development for IIX, a financing platform backed by the Asian Development Bank and the Rockefeller Foundation, for the World Bank on corporate governance matters, and as an associate at Balfour Venture Partners, an investment advisor focused on life sciences and software companies. Prior to that, he was an independent film producer and worked for the New York Stock Exchange.

Daniel holds a B.A. from Columbia, where he was a John Jay National Scholar; a J.D. from Georgetown; and an M.B.A. from Yale, where he was a winner of the Yale Law and Business Society Entrepreneurship Challenge. He has presented research at the University of Cambridge and the World Bank on data analytics and sustainable development. He serves on the Bretton Woods Committee.