Is It Possible to Have Too Many Choices? Joel Montgomery | January 28, 2015 | Economics On May 27, 1829 the chemist and mineralogist James Smithson died at the age of sixty-three. With no natural heir, Smithson’s will stated that his fortune would pass on to his nephew Henry Hungerford. Six years later, Hungerford also died childless, thus activating a... Read More Joel Montgomery Joel Montgomery has worked in 31 countries, lived in five, and speaks three languages. With a career straddling the private and social sectors, Joel has experience working with large Fortune 100 companies and small startups.