Recent Guests

Louis Rulli
Louis Rulli

Practice Professor of Law; Director of Clinical Programs
University of Pennsylvania Law School

Professor Rulli is a practice professor of law and Director of Clinical Programs at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He is a frequent consultant, trainer, facilitator and mediator for civil legal assistance programs and other non-profit organizations, and has written and lectured extensively on the subject of access to justice for the poor. In 2006, Prof. Rulli received the Provost’s Award of the University of Pennsylvania for Distinguished Teaching, one of two university-wide provost’s awards bestowed each year on faculty for teaching excellence. In 2012, he was the recipient of Penn Law School’s Beacon Award for exemplary faculty commitment to pro bono service.

Prior to joining the Penn Law faculty in 1995, Professor Rulli was the executive director of Community Legal Services in Philadelphia and a public interest lawyer for more than twenty years. He was a founding member of the Pennsylvania Lawyer Trust Account Board (IOLTA) and is a past chairman of the Philadel(Show Full Bio)phia Bar Association’s Commission on Judicial Selection and Retention. Prof. Rulli serves on the boards of directors of Community Legal Services and Philadelphia Legal Assistance, and is a former board member of Friends of Farmworkers, Philadelphia VIP, and the Women’s Law Project. He serves in the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s House of Delegates and on the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Board of Governors where he is the Association’s Pro Bono and Delivery of Legal Services Advisor to the Chancellor. He also served on Pennsylvania’s Ad Hoc Judicial Ethics Committee which drafted and submitted to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court a revised code of judicial conduct.

Professor Rulli received his J.D. and B.A. (with high honors) from Rutgers University. He is the recipient of many awards, including the Pennsylvania Bar Foundation’s Lifetime Achievement Award, the Champion of Justice Award from Community Legal Services, the Philadelphia Bar Foundation Award, Leaders for Justice Award from Pennsylvania Legal Services, and a Citation from the City of Philadelphia for leadership on behalf of the legal needs of the city’s poor. Prof. Rulli’s published writings focus heavily on public interest law and access to justice subjects, including such recent articles as Roadblocks to Access to Justice: Reforming Ethical Rules to Meet the Special Needs of Low-Income Clients, 17 U. OF PA. J. LAW & SOC. CHANGE 347 (2014); Justice Gap: Money Well Spent, The Value of Civil Legal Assistance to the Poor, 75 THE PHILADELPHIA LAWYER MAGAZINE 24 (2012) (Cover Article), and On the Road to Civil Gideon: Five Lessons from the Enactment of a Right to Counsel for Indigent Homeowners in Federal Civil Forfeiture Proceedings, 19 JOURNAL OF LAW & POLICY 683 (2011).

Episodes: 7/21/2017 @10:00 AM, 4/12/2016 @11:00 AM, 1/20/2015 @10:00 AM


Clifford Fishman
Clifford Fishman

Professor of Law
The Catholic University of America

Clifford S. Fishman, a graduate of Columbia University Law School, began his professional career by serving for eight years as an assistant district attorney in the New York County District Attorney's Office and as chief investigating assistant district attorney in New York City's Special Narcotics Prosecutor's Office. During those eight years he tried dozens of jury trials; wrote and supervised the execution of more than thirty interception orders; wrote search warrants leading to the seizure of untold quantities of heroin, cocaine, and marijuana (not to mention a 200-pound bag of peat moss); and also oversaw the purchase of the most expensive kilogram of pancake mix in the history of American law enforcement.

Having cleaned up New York City's narcotics problem, in 1977 he joined the faculty of the Columbus School of Law, The Catholic University of America, where he teaches criminal law, criminal procedure and evidence. After 45 years of practicing and teaching law, it fascina(Show Full Bio)tes him how “the law struggles constantly to balance the needs of society and the rights of the individual. We never get it completely right, but we have to keep trying.”

Professor Fishman is the author of Wiretapping and Eavesdropping (3d ed. 2007, 4 volumes) with his co-author and CUA Law alum, Ann T. McKenna, and the first five volumes of Jones on Evidence (7th ed., 1992, 1994,1998, 2000, 2003), also with Ms. McKenna (only two more volumes to go, or maybe three, or ......). He is also the author of A Student’s Guide to Hearsay, now in its 4th edition. (He’s been heard to complain, “Every time the Supreme Court makes a mess of the Confrontation Clause, I have to write a new edition of the hearsay book.”) He has also written numerous scholarly articles about various aspects of evidence, criminal procedure, electronic surveillance and privacy.

Professor Fishman has also occasionally taken court assignments to defend indigent defendants, in which capacity he complains bitterly about prosecutors doing to him what he delighted in doing to defense attorneys when the shoe was on the other foot.

He has testified before Congressional committees on several occasions (always as an invited witness, never as a target!), and has consulted formally and informally with, or made presentations to, the United States Department of Justice, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Judicial Conference of the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, local prosecutors' offices, the District of Columbia Criminal Defense Attorneys' Association, the National Technical Investigators Association's local prosecutors' offices, the District of Columbia Criminal Defense Attorneys' Association, the National Technical Investigators Association, the National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators, and pretty much anyone else who asks politely. He is currently participating in an ABA committee study on how to preserve privacy in the face of technological and societal developments which threaten to destroy it.

Professor Fishman received his bachelor's degree from the University of Rochester in 1966 and his J.D. from Columbia University Law School in 1969. He and his wife Betty are the proud parents of two adult daughters (each happily married), and are ecstatic over their 3+ grandchildren. They are active members of their synagogue. Professor Fishman has led Jewish religious services of one kind or another in Maryland, Washington, D.C., Long Island, Tennessee, West Virginia and off the coast of Alaska. Outside interests include hiking, the Civil War (studying it, not re-fighting it) and the Washington Nationals.

Episodes: 7/21/2017 @10:00 AM, 4/12/2016 @11:00 AM, 1/20/2015 @10:00 AM


Tom Vanderbilt
Tom Vanderbilt

Writer and Editor
Wired (U.K.), Outside, and Artforum
http://tomvanderbilt.com

TOM VANDERBILT has written for many publications and is a contributing editor of Wired (U.K.), Outside, and Artforum. He is the author of Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What It Says About Us) and Survival City: Adventures Among the Ruins of Atomic America. He has been a visiting scholar at NYU’s Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management, a research fellow at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, a fellow at the Design Trust for Public Space, and a winner of the Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant, among other honors. He lives in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Tom Vanderbilt writes on design, technology, science, and culture, among other subjects, for many publications, including Wired, Outside, The London Review of Books, The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Wilson Quarterly, Artforum, The Wilson Quarterly, Travel and Leisure, Rolling Stone, The New York Times Magazine, Cabinet, Metropolis, and Popular Science. He is contributing editor to Artforum and the de(Show Full Bio)sign magazine Print and I.D., contributing writer of the popular blog Design Observer, and columnist for Slate magazine.

Twitter - @tomvanderbilt

Episode: 7/21/2017 @10:30 AM


Durreen Shahnaz
Durreen Shahnaz

Founder; Recipient of the Business for Peace Foundation 2017 Award
Impact Investment Exchange (IIX)
https://iixglobal.com

Durreen Shahnaz, an investment banker- and media executive-turned-Social Entrepreneur from Bangladesh, is the founder of IIX (Impact Investment Exchange), the home of the world’s first social stock exchange and the world’s largest private placement platform for impact investing. Shahnaz also founded IIX Foundation, formerly known as Shujog, that focuses primarily on program management of grant-funded projects. To date, IIX’s work has impacted lives of over 10 million people across Asia.

Shahnaz began her career at Morgan Stanley in New York City and worked at Grameen Bank, World Bank, Merrill Lynch, Hearst Magazines, and Reader’s Digest.

Shahnaz taught, conducted research on impact measurement and ran the Program for Social Innovation and Change at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore. In addition, she founded, ran, and sold oneNest, an Impact Enterprise and global marketplace for handmade goods which impacted lives of more than(Show Full Bio) half million women across the world.

Shahnaz holds a BA from Smith College; a joint degree — MBA from the Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania and MA from the School for Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University. Shahnaz was an appointed member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Social Innovation and Advisor for CASE i3 at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. She is the Social Entrepreneur in Residence for INSEAD’s Social Entrepreneurship Catalyst Program. Shahnaz is also a TED speaker and a regular guest on Channel News Asia’s program ‘Views on News’ and BBC.

Shahnaz is a published author of academic papers and thought pieces on social finance space. Shahnaz serves as a Program Advisor for the Clinton Global Initiative and is on the Board of Advisor for National Book Development Council of Singapore’s Asian Festival of Children’s Content promoting Asian children’s literature across the globe. Shahnaz currently serves on the Advisory Board of UNDP Innovation Facility and UNESCAP Trade, Investment and Innovation Division. Shahnaz is the 2014 recipient of the prestigious Joseph Wharton Social Impact award, 2016 recipient of the Asia Society’s Asia Game Changer Awards and 2017 recipient of the Oslo Business for Peace Award.

Episode: 7/21/2017 @11:00 AM


David MacNeal
David MacNeal

Journalist, Science, Technology, and Culture; Author of "Bugged: The Insects Who Rule the World and the People Obsessed with Them"
https://davidmacneal.com/

Denver-based journalist exploring the fringes of science and culture. I recently wrote a non-fiction book for St. Martin’s Press called Bugged: The Insects Who Rule the World and the People Obsessed with Them.

I’ve frequently contributed to WIRED for years, and have also written for Vice, Medium, Los Angeles Magazine, Onion A.V. Club, Pacific Standard, 5280, ArsTechnica and Outside to name a few. I was also an editor for Boulder County’s Yellow Scene Magazine until 2014 when I pursued freelance writing.

My WIRED stories cover a gamut of intrigue—from 3-D printed body parts, cloud speakers, bug sushi, and Darwin’s facial expressions to my feature story on the banana-clad madness of Decentralized Dance Parties.

Book - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N9H1KLZ/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1

Episode: 7/21/2017 @11:30 AM


Mark Zandi
Mark Zandi

Chief Economist
Moody’s Analytics

Mark M. Zandi is chief economist of Moody’s Analytics, where he directs economic research. Moody’s Analytics, a subsidiary of Moody’s Corp., is a leading provider of economic research, data and analytical tools. Dr. Zandi is a cofounder of Economy.com, which Moody’s purchased in 2005.
Dr. Zandi’s broad research interests encompass macroeconomics, financial markets and public policy. His recent research has focused on mortgage finance reform and the determinants of mortgage foreclosure and personal bankruptcy. He has analyzed the economic impact of various tax and government spending policies and assessed the appropriate monetary policy response to bubbles in asset markets.
A trusted adviser to policymakers and an influential source of economic analysis for businesses, journalists and the public, Dr. Zandi frequently testifies before Congress on topics including the economic outlook, the nation’s daunting fiscal challenges, the merits of fiscal stimulus, financial regulatory refor(Show Full Bio)m, and foreclosure mitigation.
Dr. Zandi conducts regular briefings on the economy for corporate boards, trade associations and policymakers at all levels. He is on the board of directors of MGIC, the nation’s largest private mortgage insurance company, and The Reinvestment Fund, a large CDFI that makes investments in disadvantaged neighborhoods. He is often quoted in national and global publications and interviewed by major news media outlets, and is a frequent guest on CNBC, NPR, Meet the Press, CNN, and various other national networks and news programs.
Dr. Zandi is the author of Paying the Price: Ending the Great Recession and Beginning a New American Century, which provides an assessment of the monetary and fiscal policy response to the Great Recession. His other book, Financial Shock: A 360º Look at the Subprime Mortgage Implosion, and How to Avoid the Next Financial Crisis, is described by the New York Times as the “clearest guide” to the financial crisis.
Dr. Zandi earned his BS from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and his PhD at the University of Pennsylvania. He lives with his wife and three children in the suburbs of Philadelphia.

Episodes: 7/20/2017 @10:00 AM, 8/1/2016 @10:00 AM, 8/3/2015 @10:00 AM, 11/20/2014 @10:00 AM


Dr. Dawn Graham
Dr. Dawn Graham

Director of Career Management; Personal Career Coach; Host of "Career Talk" on Wharton Business Radio
Wharton Executive MBA

Dawn brings over 17 years progressive experience in recruiting, coaching, career management, leadership assessment, training, and business transformation. Most recently, she was running her own coaching business, following her passion around career management and helping individuals to optimize their career potential. Prior to this, Dawn had a successful career at Personnel Decisions International (a Korn Ferry company), where she moved from providing executive consulting and coaching services to building and implementing the firm’s global talent resource allocation infrastructure.
In addition to her experience in career search and coaching, Dawn brings an expertise in psychology and organizational development. A licensed psychologist, she holds a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Denver, a master’s degree in Organizational Development from the Johns Hopkins University, and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Seton Hall University.
In addition to her intere(Show Full Bio)st in career management, Dawn loves to travel and is a Certified Personal Trainer.

Episodes: 7/20/2017 @11:30 AM, 8/24/2016 @11:30 AM


Alex Prosecznick
Alex Prosecznick

Anthropologist and Program Manager in Education, Culture, and Society, and International Education Development; Author of "Selling Hope and College: Merit, Markets, and Recruitment in an Unranked School"
University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education
http://www.gse.upenn.edu

Dr. Posecznick has been Program Manager and a member of the associated faculty in Education, Culture and Society and International Educational Development since 2011. His professional expertise blends both a strong background in research and in academic policy and administration, providing him with a unique perspective on the culture of higher education and privilege.

Dr. Posecznick has published in Ethnography and Education, Policy Futures in Education, and coedited a special issue of Learning and Teaching, which examines the relationship between the university, academics, and the state. He has reviewed manuscripts for American Anthropologist, Ethos, Anthropology and Education Quarterly (where he is a member of the editorial board), and the American Anthropological Association’s annual meeting. He was co-chair of the Council on Anthropology and Education’s committee on post-secondary education for a number of years and was named a CAE Presidential Fellow in 2013. Dr. Posecznick(Show Full Bio) has presented numerous papers at such venues as the American Anthropological Association’s annual meeting, Penn’s Ethnography in Education Research Forum, and Oxford’s Ethnography and Education Conference. He has also written for the popular anthropology blog Savage Minds. Recently, Dr. Posecznick has been honored to have some hand in the Ethnography in Education Research Forum, housed in GSE’s Center for Urban Ethnography.

Episode: 7/20/2017 @10:30 AM


Eesha Sharma
Eesha Sharma

Associate Professor of Business Administration; Paul E. Raether T'73 Faculty Fellow
Dartmouth, Tuck School of Business
http://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu

Eesha Sharma is Associate Professor of Business Administration at the Tuck School of Business and the Paul E. Raether T'73 Faculty Fellow. Professor Sharma’s research revolves around consumer financial wellbeing, and how psychology and marketing can be used to understand and improve it. She is particularly interested in how people react to perceived scarcity, poverty, and deprivation—both in their own lives and in the lives of others. Using a combination of behavioral experiments and field studies, she examines topics such as: how people behave when they feel poor, why people give to charity, and what factors may improve and/or worsen consumer financial decision making. Her work has been published in top journals including Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Consumer Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied. She teaches two graduate-level courses: the MBA Consumer Behavior elective at the Tuck School of Busin(Show Full Bio)ess, and the MEM core Marketing course at the Thayer School of Engineering.

Episode: 7/20/2017 @11:00 AM


Stephanie Tully
Stephanie Tully

Assistant Professor of Marketing
University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business
https://www.marshall.usc.edu

Ph.D., M.S., New York University; B.S., University of San Francisco

Stephanie Tully is Assistant Professor of Marketing at the University of Southern California. Professor Tully conducts research on consumer experiences which explores both how and why consumers decide to purchase experiences as well as factors that influence consumers’ evaluation of their experiences. She is also very interested in financial decision making and the influence of consumers’ financial situation on their preferences and decision making. Professor Tully is an ad hoc reviewer for several journals including The Journal of Consumer Research and the Journal of Marketing Research. She teaches the undergraduate marketing fundamentals course at the Marshall School of Business.

Episode: 7/20/2017 @11:00 AM


Jennifer Golbeck
Jennifer Golbeck

Director of the Human-Computer Interaction Lab and Associate Professor of Information Studies
University of Maryland
http://www.cs.umd.edu/~golbeck/

Dr. Jen Golbeck is a world leader in social media research and science communication.She began studying social media from the moment it emerged on the web a decade ago, and is one of the world’s foremost experts in the field. Her research has influenced industry, government and the military. She is a pioneer in the field of social data analytics, discovering people’s hidden attributes from their online behavior, and a leader in creating human-friendly security and privacy systems. She is an Associate Professor at the University of Maryland.

Book - https://www.amazon.com/Introduction-Social-Media-Investigation-Hands/dp/0128016566/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

Episodes: 7/19/2017 @10:30 AM, 6/8/2017 @11:30 AM, 5/19/2017 @10:30 AM, 4/24/2017 @11:00 AM, 4/10/2017 @10:00 AM, 3/20/2017 @11:30 AM, 2/10/2017 @10:30 AM, 1/18/2017 @11:30 AM, 12/14/2016 @11:30 AM, 11/16/2016 @11:00 AM, 11/3/2016 @11:00 AM, 10/25/2016 @10:00 AM, 10/4/2016 @10:30 AM, 9/16/2016 @10:30 AM, 8/8/2016 @10:30 AM, 7/21/2016 @11:30 AM, 7/12/2016 @11:00 AM, 6/27/2016 @10:30 AM, 6/22/2016 @10:30 AM, 5/26/2016 @11:30 AM, 5/19/2016 @10:00 AM, 4/28/2016 @10:00 AM, 2/25/2016 @10:15 AM, 2/9/2016 @11:00 AM, 1/26/2016 @10:35 AM, 1/12/2016 @10:00 AM, 11/18/2015 @10:00 AM, 7/29/2015 @11:30 AM, 5/29/2015 @10:00 AM, 4/13/2015 @11:00 AM, 2/17/2015 @10:45 AM, 2/3/2015 @10:00 AM


Dr. Anita Gupta
Dr. Anita Gupta

Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine
Drexel College of Medicine
http://www.drexel.edu/medicine/Faculty/Profiles/Anita-Gupta/

Dr. Anita Gupta is involved in pain medicine education at Drexel College of Medicine and Hahnemann University Hospital for medical students and residents. She is also involved in a fellowship training program for regional anesthesiology and acute pain (non-ACGME accredited program).

Before joining Drexel, Dr. Gupta was appointed as faculty at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine for three years from 2008 to 2011 in the Division of Pain Medicine and Anesthesiology.
Research

Dr. Gupta is involved in research related to pain medicine and anesthesiology and is actively participating in writing articles, reviews and book chapters. She has been a presenter at several anesthesiology forums and won several research awards from her research at the National Institutes of Health.

Dr. Gupta continues to lead instrumental research efforts that are advancing the fields of pain medicine, anesthesiology and innovative medical technology. She has published several t(Show Full Bio)op-selling books, earned numerous recognitions for her research and has been an invited presenter at medical and advisory forums. Dr. Gupta serves as a special government employee of the FDA and is a fellow of the Institute of Coaching at McLean/Harvard Medical School. She has also completed the Wharton Total Leadership Program and research training at both the National Institutes of Health and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Twitter - @DocAnitaGupta

Episodes: 7/19/2017 @11:30 AM, 11/22/2016 @10:00 AM, 7/14/2016 @11:00 AM, 5/12/2016 @11:30 AM, 2/2/2016 @11:00 AM, 10/1/2015 @11:00 AM


Marcy Hart
Marcy Hart

Partner
Fox Rothschild LLP
http://www.foxrothschild.com

An experienced transactional attorney with more than 30 years of experience in real estate and corporate finance, Marcy uses her extensive in-house and law firm background to solve her clients' complex issues and challenges and implement business and practical-minded strategies with respect to real estate acquisitions, dispositions and the financing and capitalization thereof.

Marcy represents national and local developers and family offices, along with private equity and institutional investors and funds in complex real estate transactions involving diverse capital sources, including tax credits, preferred equity, mezzanine and private and public institutional debt. Marcy advises her clients on the formation, structure, strategic alliance and investment in and with, joint ventures and portfolio companies, as well as subsequent exit strategies and related acquisition and sale transactions.

She has advised clients on more than $8 billion in debt financings and equity raise(Show Full Bio)s for multi-family apartments; residential communities; industrial facilities; urban entertainment centers; educational facilities; retail malls; hospitals; mixed-use projects; and resorts and hotels.

Episode: 7/19/2017 @10:00 AM


Jennifer Carey
Jennifer Carey

CEO; Chair
JLC Environmental; Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Network
https://www.jlcenvironmental.com

As an environmental consultant, entrepreneur and public health advocate, I have experience dealing with environmental issues in real estate transactions, corporate regulatory strategies and compliance programs, environmental health and safety (EHS) consulting, testing and training.
We help our clients limit their liabilities and protect their assets.

As the CEO and founding principal of JLC Environmental Consultants, a full service environmental consulting, testing and laboratory testing firm with offices in New York City and Long Island, NY, our team have consulted on over 35,000 real estate, construction and other related projects.

JLC acquired Fail Safe Training Co., an occupational EHS training company which offers corporations, governmental agencies, hospitals and consumers a variety of safety and health courses such as OSHA 10/30 Hour Construction Safety, Bloodborne Pathogens and Hazard Communications locally and globally.

Twitter - @JenCarey2009

Episode: 7/19/2017 @10:00 AM


Julia Lurie
Julia Lurie

Reporter
Mother Jones
http://www.motherjones.com/author/julia-lurie/

Julia Lurie is a reporter at Mother Jones with a focus on data-driven stories about public health and environmental justice.

Twitter - @julia_lurie

Episode: 7/19/2017 @11:30 AM


Steve Pincus
Steve Pincus

Bradford Durfee Professor of History; Author of "The Heart of the Declaration: The Founders' Case for an Activist Government"
Yale University
http://jengolbeck.com/

Steven Pincus received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1990. At Yale he teaches 17th and 18th century British and European history, the history of the early British Empire, and Directed Studies. In addition to research seminars in History, he regularly co-teaches cross disciplinary seminars with faculty in other departments. Recent topics have included the Divergence of Britain, Comparative Revolutions, and Early Modern Empires in Theory and Practice.

He is the author of Protestantism and Patriotism: Ideologies and the Making of English Foreign Policy, 1650-1668 and England’s Glorious Revolution 1688-89 and most recently 1688:The First Modern Revolution. He has also edited two collections of essays. He has published numerous essays on the economic, cultural, political and intellectual history of early modern Britain and comparative revolutions. In March 2010 he will deliver the Sir John Neale lecture at University College, London.

His research interests inclu(Show Full Bio)de: 17th and 18th century British Political History, the Emergence of Capitalism, the History of Economic Thought, the Origins of the British Empire, the Early Modern Atlantic World, Early Modern Nationalism, comparative revolutions and Political Thought.

At Yale Steve Pincus is a co-organizer of two regular colloquia: Transitions to Modernity and British Historical Studies. He is also chair of Yale’s Council on European Studies. He is a former program chair of the North American Conference on British Studies.

Book - https://www.amazon.com/Heart-Declaration-Founders-Government-Eighteenth-Century/dp/0300216181/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

Episode: 7/19/2017 @11:00 AM


Dr. Andrea Matwyshyn
Dr. Andrea Matwyshyn

Professor of Law and Professor of Computer Science
Northeastern University
http://www.andreamm.com/

Dr. Andrea M. Matwyshyn is an academic and author whose work focuses on technology and innovation, particularly information security and consumer privacy law and policy.

Professor Matwyshyn is a US-UK Fulbright Commission Cyber Security Scholar award recipient in 2016-2017, collaborating with the University of Oxford Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre. She is a (tenured full) professor of law / professor of computer science (by courtesy) at Northeastern University, a faculty affiliate of the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School, and a visiting research collaborator at the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University, where she was the Microsoft Visiting Professor during 2014-15.

She has worked in both the public and the private sector. In 2014, she served as the Senior Policy Advisor/ Academic in Residence at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. As public service, she has testified in Congress on issues of information security r(Show Full Bio)egulation, and she maintains ongoing policy engagement. Prior to entering the academy, she was a corporate attorney in private practice, focusing her work on technology transactions. She continues to maintain collaborative technology industry relationships.

Professor Matwyshyn has previously held primary appointments in University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, Northwestern University School of Law, and the University of Florida Levin College of Law. She has also held visiting appointments or affiliations at the University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, University of Edinburgh, Singapore Management University, Indian School of Business and University of Notre Dame.

Episodes: 7/18/2017 @10:30 AM, 5/15/2017 @11:00 AM, 4/10/2017 @10:00 AM, 3/20/2017 @11:30 AM, 2/21/2017 @10:00 AM, 12/19/2016 @10:00 AM, 11/16/2016 @11:00 AM, 9/26/2016 @10:00 AM, 7/12/2016 @11:00 AM, 6/21/2016 @11:00 AM, 3/2/2016 @10:00 AM, 2/8/2016 @11:00 AM, 12/7/2015 @11:00 AM, 9/30/2015 @10:00 AM, 6/24/2015 @11:00 AM, 6/3/2015 @11:30 AM, 5/11/2015 @10:00 AM, 3/11/2015 @10:30 AM, 2/17/2015 @10:30 AM, 1/14/2015 @10:00 AM, 12/19/2014 @10:00 AM, 12/10/2014 @10:00 AM


Jeff Gramm
Jeff Gramm

Manager; Adjunct Associate Professor; Author of "Dear Chairman: Boardroom Battles and the Rise of Shareholder Activism"
Bandera Partners; Columbia Business School
http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu

Jeff Gramm manages Bandera Partners, a value-oriented hedge fund based in New York City. He has served on several public company boards and is the author of Dear Chairman, a history of shareholder activism that has been described as "a grand story" and an "illuminating read" by the Wall Street Journal, "a revelation" by the Financial Times, and "an excellent read" by Andrew Ross Sorkin at the New York Times. Jeff has taught Applied Value Investing with Terry Kontos since 2011. He received his MBA from Columbia Business School in 2003 and graduated from the University of Chicago in 1996.

Twitter - @jeff_gramm
Book - https://www.amazon.com/Dear-Chairman-Boardroom-Shareholder-Activism/dp/0062369830

Episode: 7/18/2017 @10:00 AM


Jessie Eisinger
Jessie Eisinger

Senior Reporter; Author of "The Chickenshit Club: Why the Justice Department Fails to Prosecute Executives"
ProPublica
https://www.propublica.org

Jesse Eisinger is a senior reporter at ProPublica. He is the author of the forthcoming book from Simon & Schuster, “The Chickenshit Club: Why the Justice Department Fails to Prosecute Executives.”

In April 2011, he and a colleague won the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting for a series of stories on questionable Wall Street practices that helped make the financial crisis the worst since the Great Depression. He won the 2015 Gerald Loeb Award for commentary. He has also twice been a finalist for the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting.

He was a regular columnist for The New York Times’s Dealbook section. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The NewYorker.com, The Washington Post, The Baffler, The American Prospect and on NPR and "This American Life." Before joining ProPublica, he was the Wall Street Editor of Conde Nast Portfolio and a columnist for the Wall Street Journal, covering markets and finance.

Twitter - @eisingerj

Bo(Show Full Bio)ok - https://www.amazon.com/Chickenshit-Club-Department-Prosecute-Executives-ebook/dp/B06XBZFQR2/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1500502215&sr=1-1&refinements=p_27%3AJesse+Eisinger

Episode: 7/18/2017 @11:00 AM


Matt Corson
Matt Corson

Manager of Environmental Compliance and Stewardship
American Water Works Association (AWWA)
https://www.awwa.org

Episode: 7/18/2017 @11:30 AM


Kevin Volpp
Kevin Volpp

Professor of Health Care Management; Professor of Medicine; Director, Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics, Leonard Davis Institute
the Wharton School; Perelman School of Medicine
https://hcmg.wharton.upenn.edu/profile/volpp70/

Professor of Medicine
Director, Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics, Leonard Davis Institute
Vice Chairman for Health Policy, Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy
Professor of Health Care Management

Dr. Volpp’s work focuses on developing and testing innovative ways of applying insights from behavioral economics in improving patient health behavior and affecting provider performance. He leads the Penn LDI Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics, 1 of 2 NIH Centers on behavioral economics and health in the United States as well as (with Karen Glanz) the Penn CDC Prevention Research Center. He is the Vice Chair for Health Policy in the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the Perelman School of Medicine. He has published more than 175 papers based on work with a wide range of employers, insurers, health systems, and consumer companies in the US and overseas in testing the effectiveness of different behavioral economic(Show Full Bio) strategies in improving health behavior and health outcomes. These studies have been funded by the National Institutes of Aging as well as the National Heart Lung, Blood Institute; the National Cancer Institute; the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disorders; the CDC;VA Health Services Research and Development; the US Department of Agriculture; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; the Hewlett Foundation; the Commonwealth Foundation; the Aetna Foundation; Mckinsey; CVS Caremark; Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield; Humana; Aramark; Discovery (South Africa); Hawaii Medical Services Association; Merck; and Weight Watchers. His work has garnered numerous awards including career achievement awards from NIH for his work on social and behavioral sciences and election into the National Academy of Medicine.

Education
PhD, University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) 1998
MD, University of Pennsylvania 1998
AB, Harvard College, 1989

Recent Consulting/Advisory Boards
CVS Caremark, VAL Health
World Economic Forum Global Advisory Council on Behavior

Editorial Boards
JAMA Contributing writer
Health Care: Delivery Science and Innovation

Episodes: 7/17/2017 @11:00 AM, 5/4/2017 @11:00 AM


Elahe Izadi
Elahe Izadi

Pop Culture Writer
The Washington Post
http://washingtonpost.com

Elahe Izadi writes about pop culture for The Washington Post, where she previously was a national general assignment reporter. She is a also stand-up comic who has performed at the Kennedy Center, DC Improv and Women in Comedy Festival.

Twitter - @ElaheIzadi
Article of Interest - https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2017/lifestyle/inside-comedys-new-golden-age/

Episode: 7/17/2017 @11:30 AM


Stephen Ware
Stephen Ware

Professor of Law
University of Kansas
https://law.ku.edu/faculty/stephen-ware

Stephen Ware is a professor of law at the University of Kansas. He is the author of PRINCIPLES OF ARBITRATION LAW (West Academic, 2017), PRINCIPLES OF ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (West Academic, 3d ed. 2016), ARBITRATION LAW IN AMERICA: A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT (Cambridge University Press, 2006)(co-author), and dozens of arbitration articles in both scholarly and popular journals.

Professor Ware has testified on arbitration before both houses of Congress and in court as an expert witness. He is a frequent speaker at academic conferences and CLE programs. He has appeared on television and radio and has been quoted in several national newspapers and many other publications.

Episode: 7/17/2017 @10:00 AM


Brad Stulberg
Brad Stulberg

Columnist; Co-author of "Peak Performance: Elevate Your Game, Avoid Burnout, And Thrive With the New Science of Success with Steve Magness"
Outside Magazine and New York Magazine
http://www.bradstulberg.com/

Brad Stulberg writes about health and the science of human performance. He is a co-author of the forthcoming book Peak Performance. He lives in Oakland, California.

Twitter - @BStulberg

Episode: 7/17/2017 @10:30 AM


Steve Magness
Steve Magness

Track and Cross Country Coach; Co-author of "Peak Performance: Elevate Your Game, Avoid Burnout, And Thrive With the New Science of Success with Brad Stulberg"
University of Houston

Steve Magness is a runner, coach, exercise physiologist, and a writer. He holds a M.S. from George Mason University in Exercise Science. Magness is the current cross country coach at the University of Houston and coaches professional runners, including 5 runners who have been top 15 at the World Championships or Olympic games. In addition, he has worked for Nike, and served as a consultant to numerous Olympic runners and triathletes.

He has been a serious runner since the age of 14 and has had numerous running accomplishments ranging from holding the Texas High School mile record (4:01.02), to qualifying for NCAA nationals. His writing includes being a monthly columnist for Running Times and contributing to Competitor magazine, Runner's World, Men's Health and IAAF's New Studies in Athletics. Magness has also been featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Outside Magazine, and numerous other publications.

Twitter - @stevemagness

Book - https://www.a(Show Full Bio)mazon.com/Peak-Performance-Elevate-Burnout-Science/dp/162336793X

Episode: 7/17/2017 @10:30 AM