Terry is a longtime practitioner of capoeira, contact improvisation, hip hop dance, physical theater, and tree climbing.
Adnan Mahmud is a social entrepreneur with a passion for using technology to solve the world’s most pressing problems.
Aidan Lang is Seattle Opera’s General Director, and prior to that was General Director of the New Zealand Opera.
Akash Thakkar is an award-winning composer, sound designer, and public speaker within the video game industry.
Under Akhtar Badshah’s visionary leadership, the Global Community Affairs Office at Microsoft works to narrow the technology gap for communities worldwide.
“We know the adage that the sum is greater than the parts. But, what happens when you can’t see or yet understand all of the parts? How can we make progress against infectious diseases when we don’t yet know how infections work?”
Alyssa Royse has worked in marketing, PR, education, theater and the non-profit world.
Amory Lovins has been at the nexus of energy, resources, environment, development and security in more than 50 countries for 35 years.
As founder and CEO of Digital Royalty, Amy Jo Martin helps companies, celebrities and professional sports leagues, teams and athletes build, measure and monetize their digital universe.
Andrew Himes is an author, activist, and spiritual leader focused on helping heal the wounds of war.
Andrew McMasters is an international leader in coaching, training and consulting in the areas of communication, team building, and leadership.
“There is a term called ‘social distance,’ which describes how far away we’ve become from each other socially. Technology makes our ability to get even more socially distant possible. Theatre demands that we get into the same room with other people and reconcile our differences.”
Art Wolfe explores his evolution as an artist, and how inspiration can strike at the most unlikely times (and even unlikelier places).
Ben Hunter, folk musician and community organizer plays his stories through music and talks about the communal role of folks music as a means to fight the growing trend of human disconnection.
Ben Klasky, CEO of IslandWood, a 255-acre outdoor learning center, proposes a free and natural remedy to the physical problems kids face: the Great Outdoors.