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Why We Do What We Do: Ryan O'Donnell at Next Gen Revolution Summit

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Ryan O'Donnell, Kristin Walker, and Jonathan Bertrand talk about the Next Gen Revolution Summit coming up November 2017 in Miami, Florida. Our listeners can use the code "MHNR” for a 20% discount off all ticket types. This is THE in person and online summit to attend for anyone interested in ABA, Artificial Intelligence, Human Behavior, Mental Health, Virtual Reality, and more! 

Ryan hails from northern Nevada in the grungy, yet surprisingly classy, (and newly renovated) Reno, Nevada. He likes his climate like he likes his data: evolving, uncompromising, and progressive. He is a master of science; that is, he has a M.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis, however he has since grown to include many other interests, including entrepreneurship and capturing perspectives and stories through various mediums. He has used this degree to work with a lot of great people to help organizations and families in Florida and Nevada that support people with Intellectual Disabilities. Currently he leads product development and distribution for High Sierra Industries as a Learning Systems Development Specialist. His focus outside this role is on building a community of thought leaders and doers to create content that increases the transparency of behavior analytic technologies with the hopes of creating a platform that truly saves the world. His interests are all over, from artificial intelligence and machine learning applications to the theory and philosophy behind Why We Do What We Do (wwdwwdpodcast.com). In his spare time you can find him consuming social media, prepping/climbing a giant mountain, or walking around with his camera in his hand (and, occasionally, all simultaneously). 

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