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With Alex Rainert (Head of Product & Design, NY Times) & Jennifer Esposito (VP Health, Magic Leap).
Thursday, July 18, 2019 at 06:30 PM   $40
Betaworks, 29 Little W 12th St

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You're invited to an unforgettable dinner with Magic Leap Vice President of Health Jennifer Esposito & The New York Times Head of Product & Design Alex Rainert.

Enjoy an intimate conversation with Jennifer & Alex... an audience challenge, & curated connections over a healthy meal.

Jennifer Esposito is Vice President of Health at Magic Leap, an American startup company that is working on a head-mounted virtual retinal display, called Magic Leap One.

Before joining Magic Leap in January 2019, Jennifer spent over 4 years as the General Manager of the Health & Life Sciences group at Intel Corporation focusing on AI, 5G, VR & IoT. Prior to that Jennifer spent most of her career at GE Healthcare where she led the Interventional Radiology & Cardiology Service business & drop the development of IoT solutions for predictive maintenance & radiation dose optimization. Jennifer regularly advises start-ups focused on digital health, biotechnology, VR & artificial intelligence.

Alex has spent the past 19 years building teams & shipping products in a variety of creative & business environments - digital agencies, startups & large tech companies.

He co-founded a mobile + social app called dodgeball (acquired by Google in 2005); built & led the product team at Foursquare for four years as the company went from 15 to 150 people; & led design & product for two hardware companies in NYC - one in the health & fitness space & one in the smarthome space.

He received a master's degree from NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program where his work centered on mobile & social product design. In 2012 he was named to Fast Company's Most Creative People in Business list.

Alex is now Head of Product & Design at The New York Times, helping readers understand the world around them by connecting them to journalism worth paying through world class digital products.
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