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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  • Callie Schweitzer

    Editorial Director of Audience Strategy for Time Inc.

  • Nova Spivack

    CEO at Bottlenose

  • Jeffrey Selingo

    Author of "College (Un)Bound: The Future of Higher Education and What It Means for Students"

  • Sherry Smith

    Managing Director at Making Waves Foundation

  • Robin Sloan

    Technologist & Bestselling Author

  • Sidonie Smith

    Director of Institute for the Humanities at University of Michigan

  • Tiffany Shlain

    Filmmaker & Founder of The Webby Awards

  • Helen Small

    Professor of English Literature at University of Oxford

  • Brian Sager

    CEO of Omnity

  • Arun Sundararajan

    Author of The Sharing Economy & Professor at New York University's Stern School of Business

  • Jeff Schwartz

    Principal, Deloitte Consulting

  • Nathan Schneider

    Scholar-in-Residence, Media Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder

  • Reuben Steiger

    CEO, PATTERN5

  • Sarah Sladen

    Director, Youth Economic Opportunities Network (YEO Network), Making Cents International

  • Orville Schell

    Arthur Ross Director of the Center On US-China Relations at the Asia Society