Amy Webb is a digital media futurist and Founder of Webbmedia Group, a leading digital strategy consulting firm for emerging technology advising in media, entertainment, advertising and technology companies, and for higher education, nonprofits and government. Webbmedia Group researches near-future trends in digital media and technology, and develops business strategies to help clients engage bigger audiences and capture more market share. She is a Visiting Nieman Fellow at Harvard University and a Lecturer on emerging technology and media at Columbia University.
In addition, Amy is the co-founder of Knowledgewebb Training, a hands-on digital media training company that was incubated at Webbmedia Group. She is also the co-founder of Spark Camp, a next-generation convener that facilitates important conversations on the future of a better society. In 2013, Amy published “Data, A Love Story” (Dutton/ Penguin), a bestselling book about the world of online dating, consumer behavior and finding love via algorithms. Her TED talk about Data has been viewed more than 3.5 million times and has been translated into 31 languages.
As president and CEO of PATH, Steve Davis combines his extensive experience as a technology business leader, global health advocate, and social innovator to accelerate great ideas and bring lifesaving solutions to scale. He oversees PATH’s work of driving transformative global health innovation to save and improve lives, reaching 219 million people in 2013. He also currently serves as interim vice president, Global Engagement and Communications.
Mr. Davis’ long-standing commitment to human rights and global development grew from his early work on refugee programs and policies, and from his later focus on Chinese politics and law. He has employed that same passion as a leader and strategist for a range of private and nonprofit companies and international organizations, including as CEO of internet pioneer and global digital media firm Corbis, director of social innovation for McKinsey & Company, and interim CEO of the Infectious Disease Research Institute. Earlier in his career, he practiced law at the international law firm of K&L Gates, with a focus on intellectual property.
Entrepreneur, philanthropist, NFL linebacker, author, TV host, explorer – these are just a few of the many words used to describe Dhani Jones. Jones began his career as an NFL linebacker, playing with the New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, and Cincinnati Bengals. For most, the NFL is a career, but for Jones it was just a jumping off point.
In 2010, Dhani launched his philanthropic endeavor, BowTie Cause, designing signature bow ties for organizations around the country. He has also since become partner of two advertising agencies; PROCLAMATION based in Cincinnati, and VMG-Creative in New York. His entrepreneurial spirit has continued to push him in new directions, adding Qey Capital and Hyur Staffing Services to his roster.
The well-spoken Jones is also an author, writing his travelogue/memoir, “The Sportsman: Unexpected Lessons from an Around the World Sports Odyssey,” in 2011. Recapping his rise to NFL fame, as well as his time as a host of Travel Channel’s original series, “Dhani Tackles the Globe,” “The Sportsman” allowed Dhani to discover that sports have the universal ability to open windows into culture, define a destination, and unlock common passion in people that is as different as it is familiar.
Dhani is currently the host of “Playbook 360” on Spike TV.