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Kevin Baugh

Kevin is the Associate Director, Government and Industry Liaison Office, The Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University. His responsibilities include the development of new business initiatives, and outreach to research organizations and laboratories. One of his missions is to facilitate the creation of interdisciplinary teams to help the University to capture fundamentally new lines of business.

Thomas Csano

Thomas Csano

Thomas favors ideas over software. After art directing in advertising, he founded a graphic design office in Montreal, where he was the creative director. Now an independent Designer on Wheels, Thomas collaborates with artists worldwide to create award-winning campaigns, special events, t-shirts, and custom designs.

John Scott

John Scott

John MacDougall Scott is a systems engineer who has worked on projects from Gaza to Kyrgyzstan. He has built with bricks and mortar, and bits and atoms – creating software models of how large, complex projects fall apart.

Christopher Kenton

Christopher Kenton

Christopher Kenton is SVP of Strategic Planning at the Chief Marketing Officer's Council, an association of the world’s leading marketing executives, and a writer and commentator on marketing and society.

Daniel Gluck

Daniel Gluck

Daniel Gluck is the Executive Director of The Museum of Sex (MoSex), a major cultural institution devoted to the history and continuing evolution of human sexuality. During his career, he has been a COO, marketing director, and consultant, and won the Benjamin Franklin Technology Award. Daniel plans to open MoSex museums in Los Vegas and Toronto.

Autumn Hruby

Autumn Hruby

From feature films to live theatrical shows, music to design, Autumn Hruby’s dedication to producing fresh media content is unprecedented. Trained in Modern Dance and Music Engineering, her memorable multi-media projects and talent are unique experiences sought out globally by magazines, gallery exhibitions, private collectors, and music producers.

Dina Kaplan

Dina Kaplan is the co-founder and COO of blip.tv. Dina oversees business operations for the company, including media partnerships, advertising and sponsorship deals, distribution deals, PR, marketing and investor relations. Before blip.tv Dina was an on-air local television news reporter, where she won an Emmy and numerous Associated Press awards for covering stories. Before reporting Dina worked as an associate producer for MTV News and prior to that as the director of research for the White House Counsel. Dina is a judge for the Webbies; a member of the Producers Guild of America; on the Board of the Socrates Program at the Aspen Institute; on the National Board of Wesleyan University; on the Advisory Board of the Women’s Media Center and of WeLoveBeauty.com; and the founder of the New York City Founders Club. Dina also believes the start-up community in New York City should rise up and take over the entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley whom she suspects have too much hubris.

Martin Reinfried

Martin Reinfried

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Martin Reinfried was one of the founders of search engine Excite, and his current company, Just Passing Through, is looking to create an intelligent reality show based on a real world puzzle adventure race.

Sunny Bates

Sunny is working on the World Science Festival debuting in NYC in May 2008 and on a new entertainment concept, Big Night in Tent, Workshopping, in August 2008. She is the founder of "Whats Keeps You Up At Night?" which advises companies. A respected entrepreneur, Sunny authored the book "How to Earn What You're Worth: Leveraging Your Goals and Talents to Land Your Dream Job".

Helene DeLillo

Helene DeLillo

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Helene DeLillo is considered a visionary in the digital photography & imaging world. As a keynote speaker & photographer her passions include: communicating technology via her creative experience & capturing the moment via her camera lens. Learn more about Helene at www.dancingicon.com

How do we know that those who attend the Gathering have the power to change the world? Because many of them already have.

One weekend a year, some of the world’s brightest young inventors, artists, entertainers and entrepreneurs join together to stretch their minds and share big ideas. There is no pomp, and no pretense. Just incredibly accomplished, passionate people, talking earnestly about their passions. Every year, it is a weekend that changes lives.

This one of a kind event is called the GATHERING. It is invite only and it is truly unforgettable.