Recent Guests

Denise Bevers
Denise Bevers

Co-Founder & COO
KindredBio
http://www.KindredBio.com

Denise Bevers is an expert in clinical operations, medical affairs, and scientific communications. As co-founder and chief operating officer at KindredBio, she oversees clinical operations, data management, pharmaceutical development (CMC), commercial operations, investor relations, human resources, and IT. KindredBio is a development-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on saving and improving the lives of pets. Its mission is to bring to pets the samekinds of safe and effective medicines that human family members enjoy.

Along with KindredBio’s CEO, Denise has raised approximately $150 million in public offering to bring the very best science and medicine to animal companions. KindredBio identifies drugs, biologics, and targets that have been validated in humans and develops animal versions for pets. By leveraging the research and development investment in the existing human pharmaceuticals, KindredBio substantially increase the likelihood of success and decreases the cost a(Show Full Bio)nd time required to develop breakthrough therapies for animal family members.

KindredBio’s world-class team is experienced in both human and veterinary medicine, and is focused on lean development. As a result, the company develops drugs and biologics for between $3 million to $5 million and in only 3 to 5 years. KindredBio had two drugs under review with the FDA within four years of the company’s founding, versus an average of 15 years in human drug development. They are currently anticipating FDA Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) approval and launch of ZimetaTM (dipyrone injection), a pyrazolone anti-inflammatory drug with a unique mechanism of action for the control of pyrexia (fever) in horses and MiratazTM (mirtazapine 2% topical ointment) for the management of weight loss in cats. Both are planned for launch in 2017.

Denise previously worked at Elan Pharmaceuticals, Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, Quintiles, and SkyePharma. Most recently, she was President and Founding Partner of SD Scientific, a full-service medical affairs and communications company.

Denise has over 25 years of pharmaceutical and research experience, and has managed dozens of products and development programs from Phase I through Phase IV. She has also served as a mentor for many women in the biotech and pharmaceutical industries, helping them navigate the changing landscape. Denise received her Bachelor of Science in Ecology, Behavior and Evolution from University of California San Diego, Clinical Trials Design and Management certificate from University of California San Diego Extension, and her MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management.

Episode: 10/2/2017 @7:00 PM


Gregory Bell
Gregory Bell

CEO; Board member, CENIC
Corelight
http://www.corelight.com

Before joining Corelight as CEO, Greg served in leadership roles at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory: Chief Technology Architect in the Office of the CIO, Division Director for Scientific Networking, and Director of the US Department of Energy's high performance mission network ESnet. As ESnet Director, Greg oversaw deployment of the world's first 100G network at continental scale, the world's first 400G production link, and many other innovations in support of DOE’s scientific and nuclear security missions. Greg also sits on the board of CENIC, the high-performance public network interconnecting 20 million Californians (including the vast majority of K-20 students) and vital public-serving institutions. Greg has a Ph.D. from UC Berkeley, and an A.B. from Harvard. His introduction to computing came at the age of 10 when he learned 6502 machine language to create music and (predictably) play games.

Twitter - @corelight_inc
CENIC - cenic.org

Episode: 10/2/2017 @7:00 PM


Suhail Doshi
Suhail Doshi

Co-Founder, CEO
Mixpanel
http://www.Mixpanel.com

Suhail Doshi is Chief Executive Officer and co-founder at Mixpanel, which he launched in 2009 with co-founder Tim Trefren. Recognizing that technical products were being built with outdated metrics or no data at all, Suhail invented the first product analytics solution that could grant deep insight into what users are doing.

He leads vision and strategy at Mixpanel, as the company continues to transform how product leaders build and measure innovative technologies across the web, the mobile space, and the internet of things.

Twitter - @Suhail

Episode: 9/18/2017 @7:00 PM


Jeff Russakow
Jeff Russakow

CEO
Boosted
https://boostedboards.com

Jeff Russakow is CEO of Boosted, a leading provider of lightweight, portable, high-performance electric vehicles, and an innovator in fast, fun, simple “last-mile” transportation . The company is well-known for it’s first commercial product, the Boosted Board, a premier electric longboard used by riders worldwide to speed their commutes and daily trips about town. The company is now navigating the dual challenges of extraordinary hyper-growth and international expansion, while continuing to explore new and innovative ways to get folks where they need to be.

Jeff began his career as a PhD in robotics and autonomous systems; spent many formative years as a management consultant and then senior executive in large-scale tech companies including SAP, Adobe, Symantec, and Yahoo!; and in the last several years has been the CEO of three high-growth companies.

Twitter - @BoostedBoards

Episode: 9/18/2017 @8:00 PM


Sabrina Mutukisna
Sabrina Mutukisna

Founder & CEO
The Town Kitchen PBC
http://www.thetownkitchen.com

Sabrina Mutukisna is the Founder & CEO of The Town Kitchen – a community-driven food company that employs and empowers systems-impacted youth. Since launching in January 2015, The Town Kitchen has delivered over 120,000 lunches to corporate clients like UC Berkeley, Schoolzilla and the Golden State Warriors. Most importantly, The Town Kitchen has been able to employ a workforce of 46% foster youth at an average hourly wage of $15.65/hr.

Sabrina has 13 years' experience in Bay Area workforce development, community building, and strategic partnerships. She's passionate about generating upward economic mobility for young people of color.

Twitter - @thetownkitchen | @sabrina_mutu

Episode: 9/11/2017 @7:00 PM


John Whaley
John Whaley

Founder and CEO
UnifyID
https://unify.id

John Whaley is Founder and CEO of UnifyID. He was previously Founder and CTO of Moka5, and was a Visiting Lecturer in Computer Science at Stanford. He is an expert in computer security and has spoken at numerous conferences and industry events. He holds a doctorate in computer science from Stanford University, where he made key contributions to the fields of program analysis, compilers, and virtual machines. He is the winner of numerous awards including the Arthur L. Samuel Thesis Award for Best Thesis at Stanford, and has worked at IBM’s T.J. Watson Research Center and Tokyo Research Lab. John was named one of the top 15 programmers in the USA Computing Olympiad. He also holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in computer science from MIT.

Twitter - @UnifyID

Episode: 9/11/2017 @8:00 PM


Labor Day Marathon
Labor Day Marathon

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Episode: 9/4/2017 @7:00 PM


Sean Behr
Sean Behr

Founder, CEO
STRATIM
http://stratim.com

Sean is Co-Founder and CEO of STRATIM (previously Zirx), the intelligent logistics platform for mobility companies. Sean previously served in leadership roles at Adap.tv (acquired by AOL), most recently, as SVP of Global operations. Before Adap.tv, Sean held various management roles at Shopping.com (acquired by Ebay) including roles in HR, sales, product management and strategy development. Sean holds a B.A. in History and Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Twitter - @seanbehr

Episode: 8/28/2017 @7:00 PM


Rogelio Choy
Rogelio Choy

CEO
Bittorrent
http://www.bittorrent.com

Rogelio (Ro) Choy, is currently CEO at Bittorrent. Prior to this role, Mr. Choy previously served as CBO at Luxe, COO at BitTorrent, COO at Formspring, CRO at Rockyou, and as a Director at eBay running their parts business. Prior to eBay, Mr. Choy Co-founded Cima Systems. Mr. Choy serves as an advisor to a number of social media focused startups including Applifer (acq by Unity), Wildfire Interactive (acq by Google), Project Slice (acq by Rakuten), Groupcard (acq by Incomm), EAT Club, Nanigans, and Mercari. Mr. Choy earned his MBA from Stanford University School of Business. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Duke University.

Twitter - @BitTorrent| @rochoy

Episode: 8/28/2017 @8:00 PM


Josh Leslie
Josh Leslie

CEO
Cumulus Networks
https://cumulusnetworks.com

Josh is a seasoned technology executive who brings over eighteen years of industry experience to Cumulus Networks. He was previously at Instart Logic where he was their first Sales Executive and was responsible for helping sign and cultivate Instart's first 150 enterprise customers, participating in over $50M of venture capital fundraising and growing the company from 30 to over 130 employees. Prior to Instart, Josh spent six years at VMware and held leadership roles in both sales and business development as the company scaled from less than $100M to more than $1B in sales. Before VMware, Josh was a field rep for CommVault Systems. He began his career as an analyst and associate in investment banking where he advised technology companies on financing and M&A strategies. A Bay Area native, Josh received a BA from the University of California, Berkeley and an MBA from Columbia Business School.

Episodes: 8/21/2017 @7:00 PM, 6/26/2017 @7:00 PM


Andrew Maas
Andrew Maas

Co-Founder & Co-Chief Scientist
Roam Analytics
http://RoamAnalytics.com

Andrew graduated with a PhD in Computer Science from Stanford University in 2015, advised by Andrew Ng and Dan Jurafsky. His research focuses on large scale deep learning to solve some of the most challenging problems in data analytics and forecasting, speech recognition, natural language processing, and computer vision. Andrew has consulted for Coursera, where he built biometric classifiers; for other clients he has developed recommendation systems for TV content and unsupervised similarity discovery algorithms for legal patents. Andrew received his B.S. from Carnegie Mellon in 2009. In 2017, he was voted by Forbes as a top 30 UNDER 30 in Enterprise Technology.

Episodes: 8/21/2017 @8:00 PM, 6/26/2017 @8:00 PM


Dr. Sean Wise
Dr. Sean Wise

Professor of Entrepreneurship
Ryerson University
http://www.ryerson.ca

Sean Wise, PhD, is an expert on startups and venture capital. He uses this expertise in his various roles as university professor, best- selling author, international business speaker, and partner at Ryerson Futures, a seed-stage venture capital fund and technology accelerator. Sean has published five books and more than two dozen peer- reviewed research papers and case studies of high-growth startups. Sean spent five seasons as a consultant for CBC on the megahit venture reality show Dragons’ Den before moving in front of the camera as the host of The Naked Entrepreneur, which airs on the Oprah Winfrey Network.

Sean has been called the Dr. Phil of Entrepreneurship, and in 2014, he was named Entrepreneurial Mentor of the Year by Startup Canada.

Twitter - @SeanWise

Episode: 8/14/2017 @8:00 PM


Michael Buckwald
Michael Buckwald

CEO & Co-Founder
Leap Motion
http://www.leapmotion.com

Michael Buckwald is the CEO and Co-founder of Leap Motion, a software and hardware company developing 3D motion-control technology for virtual reality and additional computing platforms. Prior to co-founding Leap Motion, Michael was the CEO of Zazuba.com, a business appointment service later acquired by a major national yellow pages company. Additionally, he ran the first deployment of computers to Madagascar with the One Laptop per Child program. Michael earned his dual Bachelors degree in philosophy and political science from George Washington University.

Episode: 8/14/2017 @7:00 PM


Gini Deshpande
Gini Deshpande

CEO
NuMedii
http://ww.numedii.com/

Gini's several decade long career has focused on translating cutting edge life sciences technologies into products for patient benefit. As founder and CEO of NuMedii, she helped develop the company's core technology, built a stellar team, structured critical partnerships and raised the Company's initial rounds of financing from two leading Bay Area VC firms. Previously, as a consultant, she helped early stage companies identify optimal markets for their technologies and enabled them to raise over $25M in financing. At Affymetrix, she was responsible for new product opportunities for their largest customer segment. As Director of an early stage business unit at Children’s Hospital Boston, she secured grant funding and enabled prototype development for six medical device products. She has also managed broad, diverse IP portfolios and closed licensing deals worth several million. Gini has co-authored numerous papers, and is the recip ient of several awards. She received her PhD in Biologi(Show Full Bio)cal Sciences from Purdue University and did post-doctoral work at Harvard Medical School. She graduated at the top of her MSc. class from the University of Pune, India.

Twitter - @numedii | @biotechfounder

Episode: 8/7/2017 @8:00 PM


Michael Allen
Michael Allen

President & CEO
Embolx, Inc.
http://embolx.com

Mr. Allen is a Silicon Valley entrepreneur with 30 years’ experience leading diagnostic and medical device companies from inception to exit. He held the position of President & CEO at Metrika (acquired by Bayer) and XLumena (acquired by Boston Scientific). At ChemTrak, Mr. Allen was the Vice President of R&D which went public in 1993. Prior to that he was a research and development scientist at Syntex. He holds a degree in Biochemistry from University of California Berkeley and has 15 publications, 35 issued and pending patents and six products that are being sold to hospitals, physician offices and over the counter.

Twitter - @EmbolxInc

Episode: 8/7/2017 @7:00 PM


Michael Dearing
Michael Dearing

Founder
Harrison Metal
https://www.harrisonmetal.com/

"I think it’s weird when people write their own bios in the third person. So I am trying this instead. I founded Harrison Metal in 2006 (unofficially) and in 2008 (for real in the legal sense). I started the business because I love helping people productize new technology, take those products to market, and then make those products into businesses.

While building Harrison Metal, I was fortunate to work at Stanford University. From 2006 through 2014, I was a Consulting Associate Professor at Stanford University’s School of Engineering, teaching classes in Mechanical Engineering, Management Science & Engineering, and the d.school. With some out-of-this-world colleagues, I got to design and teach some of the most popular courses in entrepreneurship and management in the University — including Launchpad, Management in Complex Organizations, Creative Product Marketing, Entrepreneurial Finance, and Creating Infectious Action. When I finished my work at Stanford, I decided to continue (Show Full Bio)teaching at Harrison Metal. Today Harrison Metal is a center for teaching and investing in exceptional people.

Prior to Stanford and Harrison Metal, I spent six-and-a-half years at eBay, where I had tours of duty in category management, corporate strategy, U.S. marketing, and finally as Senior Vice President & General Merchandise Manager for eBay.com. Before eBay, I worked at Industrial Shoe Warehouse (COO then CEO), The Walt Disney Company (corporate strategy), Filene’s Basement (operations at the Downtown Boston store), and Bain & Company (Associate Consultant). I earned an AB in Economics, with a focus in economic history, from Brown University, and an MBA with Distinction from Harvard Business School."

Twitter - @mcgd

Episodes: 7/31/2017 @7:00 PM, 7/3/2017 @7:00 PM, 5/1/2017 @7:00 PM


Sami Inkinen
Sami Inkinen

Founder, CEO
Virta Health
https://www.virtahealth.com/

Sami Inkinen is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Virta Health, a specialty medical clinic that reverses type 2 diabetes safely and sustainably, without the risks, costs, or side effects of medications or surgery.

A data-driven technology entrepreneur and expert in building category-leading companies, Mr. Inkinen's personal connection to diabetes and passion to advance health on a global scale was the motivation behind Virta Health and its innovative approach to diabetes care.

Previously, Mr. Inkinen was the co-founder of the leading online real estate marketplace Trulia, serving as its COO and president and board member until its IPO and eventual sale to Zillow Group. He also worked on Microsoft's strategy team for MS Office, and as a consultant for McKinsey & Company within the software, telecommunications, and government sectors.

As a venture partner at Obvious Ventures, Mr. Inkinen also invests in and advises other health care IT companies.

T(Show Full Bio)o raise awareness about the dangers of sugar, during the summer of 2014, Mr. Inkinen and his wife rowed across the Pacific Ocean for 45 days, completely unsupported from California to Hawaii for 2,750 miles. He is also a triathlon age group world champion and 8 hour 24 minute Ironman with seven Hawaii Ironman finishes.

A physicist by training, Mr. Inkinen started his career as a radiochemist at a nuclear power plant and holds a Master of Science in engineering physics from the Helsinki University of Technology. He also earned a Master of Business Administration from Stanford University. He thinks his greatest luxury today is a small vegetable garden at his San Francisco Bay area home.

Episodes: 7/31/2017 @8:00 PM, 7/3/2017 @8:00 PM


Payam Banazadeh
Payam Banazadeh

CEO
Capella Space
http://www.capellaspace.com/

Payam Banazadeh is the Co-Founder & CEO of Capella Space, a venture backed Silicon Valley company building nano-satellites capable of imaging earth throughout the day and night in all weather conditions. Capella Space plans to provide monitoring services of key areas of interest around the world including but not limited to ports, shipping lanes, pipelines, infrastructures, war zones, big cities, etc.

Payam was born and raised in Tehran, Iran before immigrating to U.S. at the age of 16. Payam graduated Manga Cum Laude with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin and received the 2012 Texas Outstanding Scholar & Leader Award for his superior academic performance and exceptional leadership while pursuing an engineering degree . Immediately after his graduation Payam started his professional career at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) as a young systems engineer. In less than 2 years after his employment he received the NASA Mariner Award for hi(Show Full Bio)s leadership on two multi-million dollar missions and NASA Discovery Award for his outstanding performance in formulating new concepts and projects for NASA.

After his career at JPL Payam left to receive his graduate business degree from Stanford University. At Stanford University he was selected to be a fellow of the prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) as well as the DFJ Entrepreneurial Leader. Payam Co-Founded Capella Space while still a full-time student in his Stanford dorm room. Since then, Capella has raised millions of dollars, employs tens of engineers, and is on its way to launch their first satellite in 2017. Payam was selected as a “30 under 30” in 2017 by Forbes business magazine.

Twitter - @payamban

Episode: 7/24/2017 @8:00 PM


Jonathan Matus
Jonathan Matus

CEO
Zendrive
http://www.zendrive.com

Jonathan Matus is CEO of Zendrive, a venture-backed startup focused on re-imagining transportation through mobile driver analytics. Prior to Zendrive, Jonathan spent six years at Facebook and Google, focused on various mobile and speech recognition projects. At Google, Jonathan was one of the early members of the Android team, helping to drive its growth to the best-selling mobile platform. He graduated cum laude from Harvard University with an Honors thesis on Artificial Intelligence. Jonathan lives in San Francisco.

Twitter - @matusjon

Episode: 7/24/2017 @7:00 PM


Michael Lock
Michael Lock

CEO
Aviso
http://www.aviso.com/

Michael Lock, CEO of Aviso, is a lifelong sales person and a passionate advocate for the use of Artificial Intelligence for sales organizations. Michael helped start Google Cloud, and was part of the team that built the business from its infancy to over $1B in ARR.

Twitter - @MichaelAtAviso | @AvisoInc

Episode: 7/17/2017 @4:00 PM


Carol Broadbent & Tom Hogan
Carol Broadbent & Tom Hogan

Founders and Principal; Authors of "The Ultimate Start-Up Guide: Marketing Lessons, War Stories, and Hard-Won Advice from Leading Venture Capitalists and Angel Investors"
Crowded Ocean
http://www.crowdedocean.com/

Carol Broadbent and Tom Hogan are the founders and principals of Crowded Ocean, a Silicon Valley marketing agency that has launched 46 startups, with 10 of those companies being either acquired or going public. @crowdedocean
Carol Broadbent was VP of Corporate Marketing at SynOptics/Bay Networks, Aspect and Director at Sun Microsystems. Carol was at two Kleiner Perkins-funded startups: VP Marketing at Asera and Director of Market Development at GO Corporation, an early innovator in mobile. For a four-year period, Carol served as virtual VP Marketing for global public and early-stage companies such as IPHighway, Cad.Lab, NetFRAME, Centigram.
Tom Hogan has worked as Interim VP of Marketing for Sequoia, Accel and Benchmark portfolio companies, helping launch over 20 startups. Tom was Oracle’s original Creative Director, creating such programs as ORACLE Magazine, Oracle OpenWorld, and directing all Corporate Marketing programs. He has also served as VP of Corporate Marketing for such(Show Full Bio) firms as Lucent, Borland and VitalSigns.

Twitter - @crowdedocean

Book - https://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Start-Up-Guide-Marketing-Capitalists/dp/1632650738

Episode: 7/17/2017 @5:00 PM


Dennis O'Malley
Dennis O'Malley

President
Caliva
http://www.gocaliva.com

Dennis leads all go to market strategy, including product development & management,wholesale and retail sales, as well as all technology, marketing and customer support initiatives. Previous to Caliva, he was Co-Founder and CEO of ReadyPulse, the leader in social influencer marketing, working with clients like Nike, Red Bull, GoPro, Adidas, The North Face. ReadyPulse was purchased by Experticity in 2016. Before ReadyPulse Dennis held executive positions at Moxie Software and Gartner. Dennis has an MBA and an undergrad degree from Santa Clara University and spends any spare time coaching his daughters in youth sports.

Instagram - @gocaliva

Episode: 7/10/2017 @7:00 PM


Chris Anderson
Chris Anderson

Co-founder and CEO
3D Robotics
https://3dr.com/

I'm the CEO of 3DR, founder and chairman of the Linux Foundation's Dronecode Project, and founder of the DIY Drones and DIY Robocars communities, including the ArduPilot autopilot project. From 2001 through 2012 I was the Editor in Chief of Wired Magazine. Before Wired I was with The Economist for seven years in London, Hong Kong and New York.

I'm the author of the New York Times bestselling books The Long Tail and Free as well as Makers: The New Industrial Revolution.

Awards include: Editor of the Year by Ad Age (2005). Named to the "Time 100," the newsmagazine's list of the 100 most influential people in the world (2007). Loeb Award for Business Book of the Year (2007). Wired named Magazine of the Decade by AdWeek for my tenure (2009). Time Magazine's Tech 40 -- The Most Influential Minds In Technology (2013). Foreign Policy Magazine's Top 100 Global Thinkers (2013)

I founded GeekDad, BookTour and a few other companies now lost in the mists of time.

My bac(Show Full Bio)kground is in science, starting with studying computational physics and doing research at Los Alamos and culminating in six years at the two leading scientific journals, Nature and Science.

Episode: 7/10/2017 @8:00 PM


Michael Dearing
Michael Dearing

Founder
Harrison Metal
https://www.harrisonmetal.com/

"I think it’s weird when people write their own bios in the third person. So I am trying this instead. I founded Harrison Metal in 2006 (unofficially) and in 2008 (for real in the legal sense). I started the business because I love helping people productize new technology, take those products to market, and then make those products into businesses.

While building Harrison Metal, I was fortunate to work at Stanford University. From 2006 through 2014, I was a Consulting Associate Professor at Stanford University’s School of Engineering, teaching classes in Mechanical Engineering, Management Science & Engineering, and the d.school. With some out-of-this-world colleagues, I got to design and teach some of the most popular courses in entrepreneurship and management in the University — including Launchpad, Management in Complex Organizations, Creative Product Marketing, Entrepreneurial Finance, and Creating Infectious Action. When I finished my work at Stanford, I decided to continue (Show Full Bio)teaching at Harrison Metal. Today Harrison Metal is a center for teaching and investing in exceptional people.

Prior to Stanford and Harrison Metal, I spent six-and-a-half years at eBay, where I had tours of duty in category management, corporate strategy, U.S. marketing, and finally as Senior Vice President & General Merchandise Manager for eBay.com. Before eBay, I worked at Industrial Shoe Warehouse (COO then CEO), The Walt Disney Company (corporate strategy), Filene’s Basement (operations at the Downtown Boston store), and Bain & Company (Associate Consultant). I earned an AB in Economics, with a focus in economic history, from Brown University, and an MBA with Distinction from Harvard Business School."

Twitter - @mcgd

Episodes: 7/31/2017 @7:00 PM, 7/3/2017 @7:00 PM, 5/1/2017 @7:00 PM


Sami Inkinen
Sami Inkinen

Founder, CEO
Virta Health
https://www.virtahealth.com/

Sami Inkinen is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Virta Health, a specialty medical clinic that reverses type 2 diabetes safely and sustainably, without the risks, costs, or side effects of medications or surgery.

A data-driven technology entrepreneur and expert in building category-leading companies, Mr. Inkinen's personal connection to diabetes and passion to advance health on a global scale was the motivation behind Virta Health and its innovative approach to diabetes care.

Previously, Mr. Inkinen was the co-founder of the leading online real estate marketplace Trulia, serving as its COO and president and board member until its IPO and eventual sale to Zillow Group. He also worked on Microsoft's strategy team for MS Office, and as a consultant for McKinsey & Company within the software, telecommunications, and government sectors.

As a venture partner at Obvious Ventures, Mr. Inkinen also invests in and advises other health care IT companies.

T(Show Full Bio)o raise awareness about the dangers of sugar, during the summer of 2014, Mr. Inkinen and his wife rowed across the Pacific Ocean for 45 days, completely unsupported from California to Hawaii for 2,750 miles. He is also a triathlon age group world champion and 8 hour 24 minute Ironman with seven Hawaii Ironman finishes.

A physicist by training, Mr. Inkinen started his career as a radiochemist at a nuclear power plant and holds a Master of Science in engineering physics from the Helsinki University of Technology. He also earned a Master of Business Administration from Stanford University. He thinks his greatest luxury today is a small vegetable garden at his San Francisco Bay area home.

Episodes: 7/31/2017 @8:00 PM, 7/3/2017 @8:00 PM