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Reed Hundt
Reed Hundt

Founder, CEO; Former Chairman of the FCC; Consultant to Covington & Burling LLP
Coalition for Green Capital
http://coalitionforgreencapital.com/staff/sandra-reid/

Mr. Hundt imagined the Green Bank concept in 2009, while he was working on the Obama Transition Team. After working for several years on federal Green Bank legislation, including the Green Bank Act of 2009 and the 2010 Senate Energy Committee Bill, Mr. Hundt decided to focus on state Green Banks. He founded the Coalition for Green Capital in 2012 and currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer.

Mr. Hundt is also the Principal of REH Advisors, an advisory firm serving private firms. Mr. Hundt is on the board of directors of Intel Corporation and Kno, Inc. He is also on the advisory board of the Connecticut Green Bank, the Yale School of Management, Peek Inc., and Mytonomy. He is a senior advisor to GTCR, a private equity firm. Mr. Hundt was chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) from 1993-97 and was co-chairman of the Forum on Communications and Society at the Aspen Institute (1998-2006). Previously he was a partner at Latham & Watkins, an international law f(Show Full Bio)irm. He is a member of the District of Columbia bar.

He has written many articles and four books: In China’s Shadow: The Crisis of American Entrepreneurship(Yale University Press, 2006), You Say You Want A Revolution: A Story of Information Age Politics (Yale University Press, 2000), The Politics of Abundance: How Technology Can Fix the Budget, Revive the American Dream, and Establish Obama’s Legacy (Odyssey, 2012), and Zero Hour: Time to Build the Clean Power Platform (Odyssey, 2013).

Mr. Hundt graduated from Yale College (1969) with a B.A. in History magna cum laude and honors with exceptional distinction in history and from J.D. Yale Law School (1974) where he was member of the executive board of the Yale Law Journal.

Episodes: 10/16/2017 @5:00 PM, 1/2/2017 @6:00 PM, 11/21/2016 @6:00 PM


Loren Feldman
Loren Feldman

Senior Editor (Entrepreneurship)
Forbes

In January of 2015, Loren Feldman became a senior editor at Forbes, responsible for entrepreneurial coverage in print and online. Before that, he was small-business editor of The New York Times, where he created the You’re the Boss small-business blog. He has also been editor of the Web sites at both Inc. and FastCompany, where he participated in early Web redesigns that emphasized social media. Before going digital, he was a top editor and writer for print magazines such as Inc., Philadelphia, Manhattan,inc., the American Lawyer, Money, and George. He has also written freelance articles for GQ, The New York Times magazine and The New York Times Sunday Business section. His writing and editing have been nominated multiple times for National Magazine awards, winning once at Philadelphia magazine as part of a team of writers. And he has spoken and conducted interviews at numerous conferences and seminars on entrepreneurship. On Twitter, he's @lfeldman.

Episodes: 10/16/2017 @5:00 PM, 4/27/2015 @5:00 PM


Kevin Werbach
Kevin Werbach

Associate Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics
Wharton School
https://businessradio.wharton.upenn.edu/programs/the-digital-show

Professor Kevin Werbach is the founder of Supernova Group, a technology analysis and consulting firm. As a leading expert on the business, policy, and social implications of emerging Internet and communications technologies, he co-led the review of the Federal Communications Commission for the Obama-Biden Transition Project. During the Clinton Administration, he served as Counsel for New Technology Policy at the FCC and authored Digital Tornado, the first comprehensive analysis of the implications of the Internet. He is also the author of For The Win: How Game Thinking Can Revolutionize Your Business and The Gamification Toolkit: Dynamics, Mechanics, and Components for the Win.

Professor Werbach is also the host of The Digital Show on Business Radio, SiriusXM 111!

Twitter - @kwerb

Episode: 10/16/2017 @5:00 PM


Kartik Hosanagar
Kartik Hosanagar

Associate Professor of Internet Commerce
The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
https://oid.wharton.upenn.edu//profile/35/

Kartik Hosanagar is a Professor at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Kartik's research work focuses on the digital economy, in particular Internet media, Internet marketing and e-commerce.
Kartik has been recognized as one of the world's top 40 business professors under 40. He has received several teaching awards including the MBA and Undergraduate Excellence in Teaching awards at the Wharton School. His research has received several awards including the best paper award at the Consortium on Technology Policy and Management. Kartik is a cofounder of Yodle Inc, a venture-backed firm that has been listed among the top 50 fastest growing private firms in the US. He has served on the advisory board of Milo Inc (acq by eBay) and is involved with other startups as either an investor or board member. His past consulting and executive education clients include Google, Nokia, American Express, Citi and others.
Kartik graduated at the top of his class with a Bachelors d(Show Full Bio)egree in Electronics and a Masters in Information Systems from Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences (BITS, Pilani), India, and he has an MPhil in Management Science and a PhD in Management Science and Information Systems from Carnegie Mellon University.

Episode: 10/16/2017 @5:00 PM


Craig Moffett
Craig Moffett

Founder; Senior Research Analyst
MoffettNathanson Research LLC
https://www.moffettnathanson.com/

Craig Moffett has been elected to Institutional Investor Magazine’s All-American Research Team in the U.S. Telecom and/or Cable & Satellite sectors on fifteen separate occasions, including nine separate appearance as the #1 analyst in America in either U.S. Telecom and/or Cable & Satellite. He has also been rated the #1 analyst in the U.S. Telecommunications sector by Bloomberg Markets, and he has consistently ranked #1 in Research Quality in Greenwich Research’s annual survey in both Telecommunications and U.S. Cable and Satellite sectors.

Prior to founding MoffettNathanson, Mr. Moffett spent more than ten years at Sanford Bernstein & Co., LLC as a senior research analyst. In 2011 he became the first analyst in the firm’s history to be ranked #1 in two sectors simultaneously by Institutional Investor.

He was previously the President and founder of the e-commerce business at Sotheby’s Holdings, the venerable auction house. In 1999, he led Sothebys.com to what was then the(Show Full Bio) highest first year sales of any consumer website ever launched.

Mr. Moffett spent more than eleven years at The Boston Consulting Group, where he was a Partner and Vice President specializing in telecommunications. He was the leader of BCG’s global Telecommunications practice from 1996 to 1999. While at BCG, he led client initiatives in the U.S. local, long distance, and wireless sectors, in both consumer and commercial services, and advised companies outside the U.S. in Europe, Latin America, and Asia. His relationship with a U.S. RBOC spanned more than a decade, and he was the author of more than 20 articles about the telecommunications industry during the 1990s. He published analyses and forecasts of the overcapacity and pending collapse of the U.S. long distance business as early as 1998. Mr. Moffett graduated from Harvard Business School with Honors in 1989. He received a BA from Brown University phi beta kappa in 1984.

Episodes: 10/9/2017 @6:00 PM, 5/29/2017 @5:00 PM, 4/24/2017 @6:00 PM, 1/26/2015 @5:00 PM


Robert Scoble
Robert Scoble

Partner
Transformation Group
https://transformationgroup.io/

Robert Scoble is among the world’s best-known tech journalists and futurists. Based on his many meetings with tech pioneers and thinkers, he is always looking for early changes in patterns that foretell lasting trends. Three such trends have resulted in his three books with Israel.

Scoble has been a tech blogger since 2000, and was one of five people who built Microsoft's Channel 9 video blog/community. He worked at Fast Company setting up and running its early online TV efforts, and has been part of technology media businesses since 1993.

For six years, he was Rackspace’s futurist, interviewing thousands of technologists and entrepreneurs about what’s next. Most recently, he was Entrepreneur in Residence, at Upload, Inc. where he and Israel incubated Transformation Group.

Twitter - @Scobleizer

Episodes: 10/9/2017 @6:30 PM, 5/29/2017 @5:00 PM, 4/24/2017 @6:30 PM


Hal Singer
Hal Singer

Senior Fellow; Principal, Economists Incorporated
George Washington Institute of Public Policy
https://gwipp.gwu.edu/hal-singer-senior-fellow-non-resident

Hal Singer is a principal at Economists Incorporated, a senior fellow at the George Washington Institute of Public Policy, and an adjunct professor at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business. Dr. Singer is co-author of the e-book The Need for Speed: A New Framework for Telecommunications Policy for the 21st Century (Brookings Press 2013) and co-author of the book Broadband in Europe: How Brussels Can Wire the Information Society (Kluwer/Springer Press 2005). He has published several book chapters, and his articles have appeared in dozens of legal and economic journals.

Dr. Singer has testified before Congress on the interplay between antitrust and sector-specific regulation. His scholarship and testimony have been widely cited by courts and regulatory agencies. In several antitrust cases concerning class certification, the district court’s order favorably cited Dr. Singer’s testimony. In agency reports and orders, his writings have been cited by the FCC, the FTC, and the DOJ. (Show Full Bio)Dr. Singer has advised several companies and trade associations in the media industry, including Apple, AT&T, Google, GSN, MASN, NAB, NFL Network, Tennis Channel, and USTelecom.

Twitter - @HalSinger

Episodes: 10/9/2017 @5:30 PM, 9/11/2017 @6:00 PM


Brendan Eich
Brendan Eich

CEO and Co-Founder
Brave Software
https://brave.com/

Brendan Eich is the co-founder and CEO of Brave Software (https://brave.com/), a start-up that aims to transform the online ad ecosystem with faster and safer browsing, as well as micropayments and better ads to give users and publishers a better deal. Eich previously served as CTO, then CEO of the Mozilla Corporation. Prior to that, he co-founded the Mozilla project and foundation. While at Mozilla, Eich helped launch the award-winning Firefox web browser. Eich is also the inventor of JavaScript, the Internet's most widely used programming language.

Twitter - @Brave | @AttentionToken | @BrendanEich
AttentionToken - https://basicattentiontoken.org/

Episodes: 10/9/2017 @5:00 PM, 9/11/2017 @5:30 PM


Patrick Geddes
Patrick Geddes

Partner, CEO, and Chief Tax Economist
Aperio Group
https://www.aperiogroup.com/about/team/portfolio-management-research/patrick-geddes

Patrick Geddes is Aperio Group's CEO and Chief Tax Economist, and a Partner. Prior to joining Aperio Group, Patrick was the Chief Financial Officer of Morningstar, Inc. Patrick also served on the company's executive committee, overseeing all strategic, policy, and internal investment decisions. Prior to being named CFO, Patrick served as Morningstar's Director of Quantitative Research. Before Morningstar, he spent five years with Amoco, now part of BP, in the US and Europe providing quantitative analysis, currency hedging, and corporate tax optimization. At Amoco, Patrick was part of a group that modeled the nuances of highly complex international tax structures as part of the company’s efforts to manage taxes as effectively as possible, which in the energy sector can provide enormous payoffs to the bottom line and shareholders. He has taught numerous courses in graduate-level finance at the University of California Berkeley Extension. Patrick received his MBA, with honors, from the Un(Show Full Bio)iversity of Chicago. A fine day for Patrick would include hiking or bicycling, followed by cooking an interesting meal with Mediterranean, Indian, or Thai flavors, followed by reading either literary fiction or a good book on brain functioning.

Episodes: 10/2/2017 @5:00 PM, 8/7/2017 @5:00 PM, 3/28/2016 @5:00 PM


Ravi Viswanathan
Ravi Viswanathan

General Partner
New Enterprise
http://www.raviviswanathan.com/

Ravi is a General Partner and focuses on investments in the software, internet, and fintech sectors. He also co-heads the firm’s Technology Venture Growth Equity investment practice. Ravi has led investments in Acquia, BloomReach, Boku, Captora, Cyence, Desire2Learn, Forter, Gladly, Heap, MindTickle, MOVE Guides, Mulesoft, Plaid, Placester, and Reltio. Prior investments include Arcot (acquired by CA), Braintree (acquired by eBay), GlobalLogic (acquired by Apax Partners), IM Logic (acquired by Symantec), PURE Energies (acquired by NRG), Sanera (acquired by McData), Tele Atlas (Euronext: TA, acquired by TomTom), and ViXs (TXS: VXS). Prior to NEA, Ravi worked at Goldman, Sachs & Co. as co-head of the technology practice in their private equity group. Ravi has also worked for McKinsey & Company, as well as Raychem Corporation, where he focused on research and product development in various materials systems. Ravi received an MBA from Wharton and a PhD in Chemical Engineering from UCSB wh(Show Full Bio)ere he focused his research on materials science applications. Ravi also earned a BS in Bioengineering from the University of Pennsylvania. He currently serves on the Wharton Entrepreneurship Advisory Board.

Episodes: 10/2/2017 @6:30 PM, 7/24/2017 @5:30 PM, 6/12/2017 @5:40 PM


Michael Kearns
Michael Kearns

Professor; Secondary Appointment in the Statistics and Operations, Information and Decisions Department of The Wharton School
University of Pennsylvania
http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~mkearns/

Since 2002 I have been a professor in the Computer and Information Science Department at the University of Pennsylvania, where I hold the National Center Chair. I have secondary appointments in the department of Economics, and in the departments of Statistics and Operations, Information and Decisions (OID) in the Wharton School. I am the Founding Director of the Warren Center for Network and Data Sciences, where my Co-Director is Rakesh Vohra. I am the faculty founder and former director of Penn Engineering's Networked and Social Systems Engineering (NETS) Program, whose current directors are Andreas Haeberlen and Aaron Roth. I am a faculty affiliate in Penn's Applied Math and Computational Science graduate program. Until July 2006 I was the co-director of Penn's interdisciplinary Institute for Research in Cognitive Science.

I am Chief Scientist of MANA Partners, a trading, technology and asset management firm based in NYC.
I often serve as an advisor to technology companie(Show Full Bio)s and venture capital firms. I am also involved in the seed-stage fund Founder Collective and occasionally invest in early-stage technology startups. I am a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Alan Turing Institute, the Technical Advisory Board of Microsoft Research Cambridge, and of the Market Surveillance Advisory Group of FINRA. I occasionally serve as an expert witness or consultant on technology-related legal and regulatory cases.

I am an elected Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Association for Computing Machinery, the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, and the Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory.

I spent the decade 1991-2001 in machine learning and AI research at AT&T Bell Labs. During my last four years there, I was the head of the AI department, which conducted a broad range of systems and foundational AI work; I also served briefly as the head of the Secure Systems Research department.

I have served as an advisor to the startups Yodle, Wealthfront, Activate Networks, RootMetrics (acquired by IHS), Convertro (acquired by AOL), Invite Media (acquired by Google), SiteAdvisor (founded by Chris Dixon; acquired by McAfee), PayNearMe (formerly known as Kwedit), and Riverhead Networks (acquired by Cisco). I was also involved in Dixon's startup Hunch (acquired by eBay), and have been a consultant to Bessemer Venture Partners, and a member of the Advanced Technology Advisory Council of PJM Interconnection. and the Scientific Advisory Board of Opera Solutions.

Additional Faculty Profile - https://www.seas.upenn.edu/directory/profile.php?ID=46

Episodes: 10/2/2017 @5:30 PM, 8/7/2017 @5:40 PM


Ellen Chang
Ellen Chang

Founder, Partner
LightSpeed Innovations
http://www.lightspeedic.com

Ellen is founder and a partner of LightSpeed Innovations, an aerospace focused accelerator dedicated to investing in and fostering startups in the aerospace sector. Ellen’s career spans from the U.S. Navy as an intelligence officer to JP Morgan where she focused on exploring and facilitating investing in start-ups.  She later founded her own start-up in the aviation industry where the team focused on building a B2B aviation part sourcing and brokerage focused on business jets.  During her 12 years at Northrop Grumman, she held positions as a systems engineer and program manager, working in design and development of autonomous systems ranging from the Global Hawk to the Unmanned Carrier based unmanned aerial system. More recently she has taken on the role of VP Operations at Cognitive Medical Systems, a clinical informatics company serving the government and private sectors.

Ellen holds a bachelors degree in history from the University of Pennsylvania, an MS in systems engineer(Show Full Bio)ing from the Naval Postgraduate School, and an MBA in Finance from The Wharton School. Ellen loves to run, taste wine, and travel. She is the chair of the Wharton Angel Network Southern California. She is also co-founder of Wharton Aerospace, and runs the innovation-ventures focused Wharton Aerospace Ventures conference at Wharton San Francisco.

Episode: 9/25/2017 @5:40 PM


Heather Myers
Heather Myers

Founder
Spark No. 9
http://sparkno9.com/

Heather Myers is the founder of Spark No. 9, a firm that field tests go-to-market strategies to reduce risk in launching new businesses and products. Spark No. 9 delivers a new kind of strategy—the kind that is road-tested and instantly actionable. Spark helps clients develop new products, acquire customers, and grow by field-testing methods to match product and customer. The result: proven growth strategies, ready to scale.

Episode: 9/25/2017 @6:20 PM


Keith Eadie
Keith Eadie

Vice President, Revenue and Partnerships for Adobe Advertising Cloud
Adobe
http://www.adobe.com/experience-cloud.html

Keith Eadie is VP, Revenue and Partnerships for Adobe Advertising Cloud. Keith joined Adobe via the company's acquisition of TubeMogul, where he was Chief Marketing & Strategy Officer. In his role, Keith leads the advertising sales and business development teams and is responsible for driving awareness of Adobe's independent, end-to-end advertising platform among media agencies, brand marketers and premium publishers. He joined TubeMogul from The Boston Consulting Group, where he specialized in developing marketing strategies for technology and digital media firms. Prior to BCG, he worked with TubeMogul in its infancy at UC Berkeley and collaborated with the founders to develop the initial business plan and marketing tactics. He began his career at HSBC as a portfolio manager responsible for U.S. and global technology funds. He received his MBA from UC Berkeley.

Twitter - @keadie

Episode: 9/25/2017 @5:00 PM


Kalon Gutierrez
Kalon Gutierrez

Head of Growth
Nomadic
https://nomadicvr.net/

Kalon is a senior executive with wide expertise across brand management, retail partnerships, go to market, digital media and consumer technology. He was a founder at Bixbee and DayOne Baby and VP of Business Development at both JCPenney and ZoomSystems. He has developed strategy and built partnerships with big brands such as Sephora, Reebok, Procter & Gamble, Sony Picture Studios, and L’Oreal.

twitter - @NomadicVR

Episodes: 9/18/2017 @5:40 PM, 5/8/2017 @6:30 PM, 3/27/2017 @6:30 PM


Dr. Andreas Weigend
Dr. Andreas Weigend

Founder; Author of "Data for the People"
Social Data Lab
http://weigend.com

Dr. Andreas Weigend is an expert on big data, consumer behavior, and social-mobile technologies, the combination of which he calls the Social Data Revolution. As the former Chief Scientist at Amazon, he helped create the company’s data strategy and culture of innovation. He is the author of “Data for the People” and the founder of the Social Data Lab, a group of thought leaders and data scientists. Recent clients include Alibaba, BMW, Deutsche Telekom, GE, Hyatt, Lufthansa, MasterCard, Tencent, and the World Economic Forum. Andreas received his Ph.D. in physics from Stanford, teaches at UC Berkeley and at Fudan in Shanghai, and lives in San Francisco and on weigend.com/where.

Book - https://www.amazon.com/Data-People-Make-Post-Privacy-Economy/dp/0465044697/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1496866093&sr=1-1&keywords=data+for+the+people
Book Site - http://ourdata.com

Episodes: 9/18/2017 @6:00 PM, 7/3/2017 @6:00 PM, 6/5/2017 @6:00 PM


April Rinne
April Rinne

Independent Sharing Economy Adviser
http://www.aprilrinne.com

April Rinne is a global authority on the sharing economy, digital economy and new tech-enabled business models. Her areas of expertise include policy reform, global expansion, future of work, future of travel, sustainable development, cities, and emerging markets. She is a trusted adviser to numerous startups, companies and governments worldwide, and she is an acclaimed keynote speaker to private, public and social sector organizations.

A true globetrotter, Rinne has traveled to 95 countries (to date) and has work experience in more than 50 countries on six continents. She began with extensive solo travel, including almost four years as a 20-something, with the goal of seeing how the rest of the world lives.

Rinne is not just a thought leader but a doer. At the World Economic Forum, Rinne is a Young Global Leader who heads the Sharing Economy Working Group and serves on the Global Futures Council on Mobility and the Urbanization advisory board. She is a member of the Chin(Show Full Bio)a National Sharing Economy Committee and serves on the sharing economy advisory boards of Seoul, South Korea; Amsterdam, The Netherlands; and the National League of Cities, U.S. Rinne was formerly chief strategy officer for the Collaborative Lab; a private lawyer focusing on international finance and impact investing; and the global director of WaterCredit by water.org (microfinance + water and sanitation). She holds a BA in international relations, Emory University; MA in international finance, the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy; JD, Harvard Law School.

Twitter - @aprilrinne

Episodes: 9/18/2017 @6:30 PM, 7/3/2017 @6:30 PM, 6/5/2017 @6:30 PM


Madhav Thattai
Madhav Thattai

Chief Strategy Officer
Rigetti Computing
http://rigetti.com/

Madhav is Chief Strategy Officer at Rigetti. He is responsible for building Rigetti’s leadership team and business organization, and drives the company’s strategy to commercialize quantum computing. Prior to Rigetti, he held a range of leadership positions at Dell — in product operations, services, analytics, customer service and manufacturing operations — and delivered record achievements in productivity, efficiency and customer growth. He has a Master of Science degree in management from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, a Master of Science degree in industrial engineering from the University of Michigan, and a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science.

Episodes: 9/18/2017 @5:20 PM, 7/31/2017 @6:30 PM


Elizabeth Stark
Elizabeth Stark

CEO and Co-Founder
Lightning
https://lightning.network/#intro

Elizabeth Stark is cofounder and CEO of Lightning, a startup building technology for fast, scalable blockchain transactions. She's a fellow at Coin Center and has worked extensively in the realm of digital currency and internet policy. Stark previously taught at Stanford and Yale about the intersection of law, technology, and society. She has advised a variety of startups in fields ranging from decentralized technology to AI and machine learning. Stark holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School.

Episodes: 9/18/2017 @5:00 PM, 7/31/2017 @5:30 PM


Jefferson Graham
Jefferson Graham

Technology Columnist; Host of Talking Tech Podcast
USA Today
https://www.usatoday.com/staff/874/jefferson-graham/

Jefferson Graham is a USA TODAY tech columnist, photographer, podcaster, video host/producer and a long-time jazz guitarist.

At USA TODAY, he covers consumer tech--the worlds of Apple, Google, Amazon and such, and hosts the popular daily #TalkingTech podcast, which has over 65 million downloads. The show is heard on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Tunein, SoundCloud and at USATODAY.com.
He has been the host and producer of the #TalkingTech video series since it's debut in 2006.

Graham is a working portrait photographer in the Manhattan Beach, California area.
He is the author of nine books, including the recent Video Nation, a DIY Guide to Planning, Shooting and Great Video, as well as tomes on infomercial kind Ron Popeil, the late TV legend Aaron Spelling and a history of Sin City, Vegas: Live and In Person.

Twitter - @jeffersongraham
Personal Site - http://jeffersongraham.com

Episode: 9/11/2017 @5:00 PM


Hal Singer
Hal Singer

Senior Fellow; Principal, Economists Incorporated
George Washington Institute of Public Policy
https://gwipp.gwu.edu/hal-singer-senior-fellow-non-resident

Hal Singer is a principal at Economists Incorporated, a senior fellow at the George Washington Institute of Public Policy, and an adjunct professor at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business. Dr. Singer is co-author of the e-book The Need for Speed: A New Framework for Telecommunications Policy for the 21st Century (Brookings Press 2013) and co-author of the book Broadband in Europe: How Brussels Can Wire the Information Society (Kluwer/Springer Press 2005). He has published several book chapters, and his articles have appeared in dozens of legal and economic journals.

Dr. Singer has testified before Congress on the interplay between antitrust and sector-specific regulation. His scholarship and testimony have been widely cited by courts and regulatory agencies. In several antitrust cases concerning class certification, the district court’s order favorably cited Dr. Singer’s testimony. In agency reports and orders, his writings have been cited by the FCC, the FTC, and the DOJ. (Show Full Bio)Dr. Singer has advised several companies and trade associations in the media industry, including Apple, AT&T, Google, GSN, MASN, NAB, NFL Network, Tennis Channel, and USTelecom.

Twitter - @HalSinger

Episodes: 10/9/2017 @5:30 PM, 9/11/2017 @6:00 PM


Aaron Wright
Aaron Wright

Associate Clinical Professor; Director of Cardozo Blockchain Project
Cardozo Law School
http://www.cardozo.yu.edu

Aaron Wright is an Associate Clinical Professor of Law at Cardozo Law School and is the Director of Cardozo’s Blockchain Project. Professor Wright’s research focuses on blockchain technology, and in particular smart contracts, decentralized organizations, and the regulation of autonomous code-based systems. He has a forthcoming book Blockchain & the Law: The Rule of Code, co-authored with Primavera De Filippi, which will be published by Harvard University Press in the Spring of 2018.

Professor Wright has assisted a number of blockchain-related projects--including the Ethereum Foundation, ConsenSys, BlockApps, and Filament—and is the co-founder of the smart contracts-based project OpenLaw (http://www.openlaw.io). He is the chair of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Legal Industry Working Group, serves an academic fellow at Coincenter, and is an editor of Ledger.

Twitter - @awrigh01

Episode: 9/11/2017 @6:30 PM


Brendan Eich
Brendan Eich

CEO and Co-Founder
Brave Software
https://brave.com/

Brendan Eich is the co-founder and CEO of Brave Software (https://brave.com/), a start-up that aims to transform the online ad ecosystem with faster and safer browsing, as well as micropayments and better ads to give users and publishers a better deal. Eich previously served as CTO, then CEO of the Mozilla Corporation. Prior to that, he co-founded the Mozilla project and foundation. While at Mozilla, Eich helped launch the award-winning Firefox web browser. Eich is also the inventor of JavaScript, the Internet's most widely used programming language.

Twitter - @Brave | @AttentionToken | @BrendanEich
AttentionToken - https://basicattentiontoken.org/

Episodes: 10/9/2017 @5:00 PM, 9/11/2017 @5:30 PM


Labor Day Marathon
Labor Day Marathon

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See You Next Week!
http://www.cardstore.com/blog/happy-labor-day/

Episode: 9/4/2017 @5:00 PM


Dr. Nancy Segal
Dr. Nancy Segal

Professor of Psychology and Director of the Twin Studies Center
California State University, Fullerton
http://drnancysegaltwins.org/

Dr. Nancy L. Segal received a B.A. in psychology and literature from Boston University (1973), and an M.A. (1974) and Ph.D. (1982) in the Social Sciences and Behavioral Sciences from the University of Chicago. From 1982-1991 she was a post-doctoral fellow and research associate at the University of Minnesota, affiliated with the well-known Minnesota Study of Twins Reared Apart. She is currently Professor of Psychology at CSU Fullerton and Director of the Twin Studies Center, which she founded in 1991.
Dr. Segal has authored over 200 scientific articles and book chapters, as well as several books on twins. Her latest book, Born Together-Reared Apart: The Landmark Minnesota Twin Study (2012, Harvard University Press) won the 2013 William James Book Award from the American Psychological Association. Her other books include Someone Else’s Twin: The True Story of Babies Switched at Birth (2011), Indivisible by Two: Lives of Extraordinary Twins (2007) and Entwined Lives: Twins and What Th(Show Full Bio)ey Tell Us About Human Behavior (2000). She is currently working on two new books. The first, Twin Mythconceptions (Elsevier, February 2017)), describes the false beliefs and fables surrounding twins and provides much needed correction. The second book, Accidental Brothers (St. Martin’s Press, April 2018) follows the life histories of two sets of identical Colombian twins who were inadvertently exchanged at birth, and provides a number of interesting research findings.
Dr. Segal has received several international awards, including the James Shields Award for Lifetime Contributions to Twin Research (International Society for Twin Studies) and the International Making a Difference Award (Multiple Births Canada). She is the 2016 recipient of the Wang Family Excellence Award from the California State University administrators and trustees for “exemplary contributions and achievement.” She was recognized as CSUF’s Outstanding Professor of the Year in 2005 and as the Distinguished Faculty Member in Humanities and Social Sciences in 2007 and 2014.
Dr. Segal has contributed to, and been featured in, national and international print media and television, most recently the New York Times (Does Breast Milk Have a Sex Bias?” January 2017, “The Closest of Strangers,” May 2014; “Holding a Mirror to Their Natures,” August, 2014, “The Mixed-Up Brothers of Bogotá, July, 2015 and “The Whites of Our Eyes,” July 2015) and CBS Sunday Morning (Chinese Twins Reared Apart, February 5, 2017). She has been a frequent guest on national and international television and radio programs, including the Martha Stewart Show, Good Morning America, the Oprah Winfrey Show and The Forum (BBC). Dr. Segal has variously served as a consultant and expert witness for the media, the law and the arts. Her research interests include the behavioral and physical development of twins, twins’ social relationships and the behavioral consequences of twin loss. In June 2014 she was selected as a mentor for Adventures of the Mind, a program exposing diverse high school students from around the world to social science, natural science and humanities disciplines as they prepare for college.

Episodes: 8/28/2017 @5:30 PM, 7/10/2017 @5:40 PM