Spotlight

  • Rachel Botsman

    World-renowned expert on an explosive new era of trust and technology

    Rachel Botsman is the global authority on an explosive new era of trust. An award-winning author, speaker and University of Oxford lecturer, she has written for Wired, The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, and more. Her upcoming book, “Who Can You Trust?” (Penguin Portfolio, October 2017) will revolutionise our perception of trust. She is also the co-author of, “What’s Mine is Yours”, which was named one of TIME’s “Ten Ideas That’ll Change the World”. Rachel’s TED talks have 3.5 million views. Monocle named her in the world’s top 20 keynote speakers. She was named one of the “Most Creative People in Business” (Fast Company); a “Young Global Leader” (World Economic Forum) and received the Breakthrough Idea Award (Thinkers50) for a “radical idea which has the potential to change the way we think about business forever.”

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  • Laura Goodrich

    Global Workforce Innovator, Keynote Speaker, and Award-winning Producer and Author

  • Dan Gillmor

    Journalist, professor & Co-Founder of Citizen Media Law Project

  • Daniel Goldman

    Managing Partner of Ignition Angels/Keystone Catalysts

  • Jordan Greenhall

    Entrepreneur & Angel Investor

  • Anna Galland

    Executive Director of MoveOn.org

  • Jim Groom

    Director of the Division of Teaching & Learning Technologies at University of Mary Washington

  • Bob Garfield

    Co-Host of NPR's On The Media & Columnist for MediaPost

  • Banning Garrett

    Adjunct Faculty at Singularity University

  • Jim Greer

    Founder of CounterPAC

  • Josh Ginsberg

    Co-Founder & CEO of Zignal Labs

  • Garrett Gruener

    Co-Founder of Alta Partners & Founder of Ask Jeeves, now Ask.Com

  • Erika Gregory

    Director of N Square & Host of the Reinvent Nuclear Security Series

  • Sean Gourley

    Co-Founder & CTO at Quid

  • Joe Garofoli

    Political Reporter at the San Francisco Chronicle

  • Norberto Grzywacz

    Dean of the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at Georgetown University

  • Saul Griffith

    Serial Entrepreneur & Inventor