Dave is an American software developer, entrepreneur and writer in New York City. Dave is noted for his contributions to outliners, scripting, content management, and web services. He is the founder of the software companies Living Videotext and Userland Software. He was a research fellow at Harvard Law School. He is and currently a visiting scholar at New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.
Jason is the creator of Dotmocracy, the innovative paper based technique for efficiently finding agreements among large groups. These are done in face-to-face and out of meeting environments. Jason empowers organizations by facilitating constructive public consultation, effective large group deliberation and participatory decision-making. He currently works as a Senior Public Consultation Coordinator with the City of Toronto.
Markis a Digital Strategist for DRMG. Prior to that Marc was the social media practice lead at Ernst and Young, one of the world’s leading professional services organizations. He is the co-founder of popular Twitter chat on the business of social media called ‘Hashtag Social Media’. Marc frequently speaks, writes and evangelizes on how companies can do it better with social media.
Mark is a User Experience expert and does everything from UX research and strategy, to interaction design and usability testing. Previously, he day-jobbed as a Senior Interaction Designer and Usability Specialist on mathworks.com and designed web applications for State Farm.
Tania is a translator and a technical writer. She has published several book translations into Russian. She also does technical translations because of her 15 years experience in software development. She has a degree in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from Moscow State University.
Dan is an Associate Professor in the Department of History and Art History at George Mason University and the Director of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media. His work is in digital humanities, broadly construed: the impact of new media and technology on all aspects of knowledge, from the nature of digitized resources to twenty-first century research techniques and software tools to the changing landscape of communication and publication.
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Chris is a consultant of public policy
Micheal is the Founder, Micheal Herman Associates. He is recognized internationally as a leader in the practice of Open Space Technology. He is the founder and manager of the OpenSpaceWorld global practice website, a former director of the Open Space Institute USA, the author/editor of numerous articles on how to practice Open Space Technology, and an active, innovative contributor to the international development of that practice.
Tom is founder, co-director, and research director of the non-profit Co-Intelligence Institute. He has written extensively on leading-edge issues in politics, philosophy, and social transformation and evolution. In addition to giving workshops, presentations and organizing and/or facilitating a number of conferences, he has served on several boards
Richard is the principal of New Paradigm Consulting and an organization consultant across a wide range of sectors.
Herb is the founder of Cleveland Consulting Group. He has published 26 banking books. Herb Stevenson is also the founder of Natural Passages, an organizaion that offers nature-based leadership programs for men. He is on the Board of Trustees of The American Indian Education Center in Cleveland, Ohio. http://www.herbstevenson.com/
Dave is an independent knowledge educator who coaches people to share knowledge. He is the founder of Gurteen Knowledge Community – a global learning network of over 17,000 people in 160 countries.
Kaliya, known as Identity Woman, co-founded in the world’s leading industry forum focused on user-centric digital identity, the Internet Identity Workshop. Seeing the emerging possibility of individuals collecting, managing and gaining value from their personal data generated as they interact with all kinds of digital systems, she founded the Personal Data Ecosystem Consortium in 2010 to catalyze industry development and collaboration. She is advising the World Economic Forum’s Rethinking Personal Data project.
John is currently a graduate student, pursuing a Masters of Public Administration at the Evans School of Public Affairs at the University of Washington. He serves on the board of Green Media Toolshed/Netcentric Campaigns.