Anexperienced and creative entrepreneur, brand strategist, and leader in startup and non-profit organizations, Meacham has developed an impressive resume in education, children's media, and non-profit management. She is a founding member of ed-tech startup Homer, where she led brand marketing, partnerships, and teacher growth. Currently, Meacham is the co-founder and principal of Reed Smythe & Co in Nashville, which collaborates with artists and artisans to create beautiful, unexpected pieces for house and garden and has been recognized by the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and Architectural Digest as a company to watch.
Alexander is the founder and CEO of Technolutions, a software company that he created as a 7th grader. As a student at Yale University, Clark developed Yale-Station, the system that led Yale to become the first school in the world to release admissions decisions online. Since then, he has devoted himself to running Technolutions, which is best known for Slate, a technology platform that powers admissions offices at more than 525 colleges and universities around the world, including 45 of the Top 50 Best Colleges as ranked by the U.S. News and World Report.
Andrew is based in San Francisco and is a distinguished software engineer at Waymo - the name for Google's self-driving car project. After graduating from Duke University with majors in computer science and economics, he began working with Google when the company was just four years old, becoming a senior staff engineer on the self-driving car.
Anita is the Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Nanobiosym Diagnostics (NBSDx), with a mission to decentralize, mobilize, and personalize the next generation of healthcare delivery. The company's Gene-RADAR® systems allow real-time, nanoscale precision diagnostics, so that anyone, anywhere, at any time can access molecular information about their own health. Named by MIT Technology Review as one of the World's "Top TR35 science and technology innovators" and as one of the "World's Most Influential Visionaries in Biotech" by Scientific American, Goel has over 70 patents worldwide, and she has published articles in top peer-reviewed journals including publications of Nature Group, Scientific American Group, and PNAS.
Anne is a cinematographer for feature films, television, and documentaries. Narrative and documentary projects she has lensed have screened at film festivals around the world, including Cannes' Directors' Fortnight, Sundance, Berlin, Rotterdam, SXSW, and Tribeca. Anne's recent project, Julia Meltzer's DAYLA'S OTHER COUNTRY, was selected to kick off the 2017 national PBS series, POV, and Ferne Pearlstein's widely-acclaimed, THE LAST LAUGH, featuring Mel Brooks, Sarah Silverman, and Rob Reiner premiered at Tribeca in 2017.