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With Neil Blumenthal (Founder, Warby Parker), John Collision (Founder, Stripe), Alexandra Chong (Founder, Lulu), Kevin Hale (Partner, YCombinator), Scott Belsky (Founder, Behance).
Wed, Dec 10, 2014 @ 09:00 AM   $450   23 Wall St, 23 Wall St

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Neil Blumenthal
Co-founder and Co-CEO, Warby Parker

Neil is the Co-Founder and -CEO of Warby Parker, a transformative online lifestyle brand that leads the way for socially-conscious businesses. The company operates a unique, direct-to-consumer (or vertical-commerce') model, which has since sparked an entire v-commerce industry.

David Tisch
Managing Partner , BoxGroup

David is the Managing Partner of BoxGroup, a New York City based seed-stage angel capital firm. BoxGroup is an investor in over 120 technology companies including Vine,, GroupMe & Behance. David is currently working on Spring, a mobile commerce platform and is also the Co-Founder of TechStars NYC.

Nir Eyal
Author, Hooked

Nir writes, consults, and teaches about the intersection of psychology, technology, and business. He is the author of Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products. Nir has founded two successful tech companies since 2003 and has taught at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford.

John Collison
President and Co-Founder, Stripe

John and his brother Patrick started Stripe back in 2010, while John was studying physics at Harvard. Their goal was to make accepting payments online simpler and more inclusive than ever before. Today, the 130-person Stripe team powers online businesses around the world, including Rackspace, Foursquare, Optimizely and Hubspot.

Hilary Mason
Data Scientist, Accel Partners

Hilary is a self-proclaimed believer in the potential of technology to give humanity superpowers. She spends her time investigating how to enable this by building new things with data. Hilary is Data Scientist in Residence at the venture and growth equity firm, Accel. She is also Scientist Emeritus at bitly, Co-Founder of HackNY, Co-Host of DataGotham, and a member of NYCResistor.

David Weinberger
Author, Too Big to Know

David Weinberger is one of the web's most inspiring technologists, philosophers, authors and speakers. His work discusses the impact of technology on human communication, relationships and ideas. David is a Senior Researcher at Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet & Society and Co-Director of the Harvard Library Innovation Lab. He is also author of The Cluetrain Manifesto, as well as Too Big to Know, which looks at the networking of knowledge and expertise.

Alexandra Chong
Founder & CEO, Lulu

Alexandra is Founder & CEO of Lulu, a private network for girls to share their experiences and make smarter decisions - starting with relationships. Alexandra created Lulu to bring private conversations among women online and to unleash the value of girl talk. Lulu launched in February 2013 and now has millions of users and billions of profile views.

Kathryn Minshew
Founder & CEO, The Muse

Kathryn is founder of The Muse, the website that helps over 3 million job-seekers make better professional decisions. She also contributes to the Wall Street Journal & Harvard Business Review and is a Y Combinator alum. She is featured in the Forbes 30-under-30 & INC 15 women to watch in tech.

Kevin Hale
Partner, Y Combinator

Kevin is a partner at Y Combinator. Before he joined Y Combinator he was co-founder of Wufoo, which was acquired by SurveyMonkey in 2011. He was responsible for Wufoo's much-admired design and speaks widely about UX. Before Wufoo he wrote about design for Particletree and was editor in chief of the web development magazine Treehouse.

Aaron Harris
Partner, Y Combinator

Aaron is a Partner at Y Combinator, a seed accelerator that has funded over 500 startups including Scribd, reddit, Airbnb and Dropbox. Aaron is also the Co-Founder of Tutorspree, which was funded by Y Combinator in 2011. Before Tutorspree he worked at Bridgewater Associates, where he managed product and operations for an analytics group.

Scott Belsky
Co-Founder, Behance

Scott is Adobe's Vice President of Products-Community and Head of Behance, the leading online platform for creatives to showcase their creative work. Scott co-founded Behance and served as CEO until Adobe acquired the company in 2012. He is also the author of Making Ideas Happen, which has been praised by the likes of Guy Kawasaki, Former Apple Evangelist, and John Battelle, Co-Founder of Wired and Boing Boing.

Andrew Keen
Executive Director, FutureCast

Andrew Keen is an Internet entrepreneur who founded in 1995 and built it into a popular first generation Internet company. He is the currently the executive director of the Silicon Valley salon FutureCast and a columnist for CNN. Andrew is also the author of two hugely popular and controversial books, The Cult of the Amateur and Digital Vertigo.
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