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Carrie Morgridge, Karen Littman, Salim Ismail, Barbara Marx Hubbard

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Carrie Morgridge Vice President of The Morgridge Family Foundation and author of the new book EVERY GIFT MATTERS: How Your Passion Can Change The World.  For the past fifteen years, she and her husband, John, have worked tirelessly to leverage their foundation's funds, spark innovation, and fuel transformation in the areas of education, health and wellness, the arts, and conservation

Karen Littman has been a leader in creativity and innovation for over 25 years. Littman is the founder and President of Morphonix, an award-winning neuroscience game company. As a producer, designer, and composer, Karen has received millions of dollars in grants for her award-winning games, films and music. She is a creative consultant to corporations and individuals

Salim Ismail sought-after speaker, strategist and entrepreneur based in Silicon Valley. He travels extensively addressing topics including breakthrough technologies and their impact on a variety of industries and society in general. He has spent the last six years building Singularity University as its founding Executive Director and current Global Ambassador. SU is based at NASA Ames and is training a new generation of leaders to manage exponentially growing technologies. Prior to that, as a Vice President at Yahoo, he built and ran Brickhouse, Yahoo’s internal incubator. He has founded or operated seven early-stage companies including PubSub Concepts, which laid some of the foundation for the real-time web.

Barbara Marx Hubbard futurist, prolific educator and author of seven books, including a revised and updated edition of her seminal work Conscious Evolution. She is an evolutionary thinker who believes that global change happens when we work collectively and selflessly for the greater good

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