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Moxxly makes tech products for women. Friend of Yulia. Works with Cara Delzer and Santhi Analytis

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Works at Laney and the SUDAcademy with Tim Bremner. Builds fab lab spaces.

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Great guy running the SUDAcademy at Castlemont HS down the road from Mills.

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Met via SUDA at Castlemont HS. With Hope McManus founded and runs Emergent Ground a Bay Area startup bringing design education to kids for social justice.

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Met via SUDA at Castlemont HS. With Marguerite Graham founded and runs Emergent Ground a Bay Area startup bringing design education to kids for social justice.

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Debbie Sterling is the founder and CEO of GoldieBlox. She never knew what engineering was until her high school math teacher suggested she pursue it as a college major. Debbie couldn't figure out why her math teacher thought she should be a train conductor! Nevertheless, she gave engineering a try during her freshman year at Stanford. Four years later, she graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering / Product Design. Bothered by how few women there were in her program, Debbie became obsessed with the notion of "disrupting the pink aisle" with a toy that would introduce girls to the joy of engineering at a young age.

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Modria Resolution Center is a cloud based platform that companies use to deliver fast and fair resolutions to disputes of any type and volume. Built by the team that created the world’s largest online dispute resolution systems at eBay and PayPal that process 60 million cases per year, Modria Resolution Center is a proven and scalable technology.

Colin has worked in the dispute resolution field for more than two decades as a mediator, trainer, and consultant. From 2003 to 2011 he served as the first Director of Online Dispute Resolution for eBay and PayPal. Before eBay, Colin co-founded and ran Online Resolution, one of the first online dispute resolution (ODR) providers. Colin has worked at, the National Institute for Dispute Resolution (now ACR) in Washington, D.C., and the Consensus Building Institute in Cambridge, MA. He is currently Co-Chair of the Advisory Board of the National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution at UMass-Amherst and a Non-Resident Fellow at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School.

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Hanna, Barabara

Cyant is led by Barbara Hanna, Ph.D (@bh_tweets). Barbara is a Technologist and Entrepreneur passionate about fostering technology that educates, empowers and/or connects individuals. She was recently CEO of a NY-based neurotechnology startup and previously, a Program Manager for a Brain-Computer Interface research program performed at Columbia University. Prior to that, she was a Member of Technical Staff at SRI’s Center for Vision Technologies (formerly under Sarnoff Corp.), where she was Technical Lead for Medical Initiatives, and worked on real-time video exploitation algorithms and products. She has developed relationships and worked with leading Universities and Institutions and has been an Invited Guest Critic and Presenter at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, and at the Environmental Health Clinic xDesign Studio, NYU Steinhardt. She holds a BEng. and MEng. from the University of Cambridge UK, and a Ph.D. in Computer Vision from the University of Surrey, UK.

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Gomez, Laura

From 26 July 2015 NPR story. "Gomez thinks about these issues every day. She was an early employee at Twitter, and now she runs a company whose sole mission is to fix the diversity problem in Silicon Valley.

"Gomez says the whole industry felt impenetrable to her.

"I hated that no one looked like me," she says.

"Now tech companies are making their workforce demographics public and hiring diversity managers. Gomez says those positions must have support to be effective.

"For instance, "Are you giving the diversity head a budget?" she says. "Are they working within all organizations, not only recruiting? Do they have the leverage to make sure that they are making the changes that need to be made?""

Image Unavailable,will, born William Adams, is a multi-faceted entertainer and creative innovator, and a seven-time Grammy Award winner. Known for his work with The Black Eyed Peas, who have sold 31 million albums and 58 million singles worldwide, he also works with some of the industry’s biggest names including Michael Jackson, Rihanna, Usher, Nicki Minaj, Britney Spears, David Guetta, and film composer Hans Zimmer.

In addition to his music career, is very active in front of, and behind the camera. His educational TV special “ Reach For The Stars”, a behind-the-scene look at the artistic and scientific elements involved in sending a song to Mars aired on Discovery’s SCIENCE Channel in August, 2012.

As a musician, producer, director and advocate for education, he is an enthusiastic user of technologies in both his professional and personal lives.

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Paul Kedrosky is a Canadian venture capitalist, media personality, and entrepreneur.

Kedrosky advises the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation as a senior fellow, and has been the executive director of the William J. von Liebig Center at the Jacobs School of Engineering at University of California, San Diego, California. He is a professional speaker and a contributing editor with Bloomberg Television. Kedrosky's blog Infectious Greed was named in 2011 as one of the top 25 financial blogs by Time. He also founded GrokSoup, one of the first hosted blogging services.

Kedrosky obtained his undergraduate degree in engineering from Carleton University, an MBA from Queen's University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Western Ontario. He lives in La Jolla, California.

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Mike Bostock inventor of D3 visualization platform and data editor for New York Times

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Fellow at Code for America ( Runs MaptimeOAK and helping other cities start Maptime chapters (

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Recruiting a new health care technology team. Former VP of Engineering at Yammer

Kris Gale, as Vice President of Engineering, oversaw all product development engineering at Yammer. Kris was an original member of Yammer’s engineering team, serving as Director of Infrastructure, where he focused on performance and scalability from the company’s public launch through its first three years of rapid growth. Kris has 15 years of experience in development, systems engineering and operations.

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