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Rodney Sampson
Chairman & CEO at Opportunity Hub
100 black angels & allies, 2018, 2019, abra, acl, adam levy, ai, aid, algorithmic bias, alon goren, anna stone, artificial intelligence, asian americans, asset, attention, austin, automation, bank, basic income, bias, bitcoin, black lives matter, blockchain, board of directors, brookings institution, business, business ai integration, by, capitalism, caucus, ces, chief executive officer, color blindness, comic con, common good, community, computer vision, computing, concert, conference, corporate finance, corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, creative, crowdfunding, crypto, cryptocurrencies, cryptocurrency, data analytics, david cho, debate, decentralization, decentralized finance, deepfake, defi, democratic party (united states), design, development, digital currency, digital security, digital wallet, diversity, draper goren holm, draper venture network, economic inequality, economic model, economics, economy, economy of the united states, edu, elevator, entertainment, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, equity (finance), ethereum, ethereum covid-19, ethics, etoro, europe, event, events, facial recognition system, farm, feeling, fest, festival, field of view, film, finance, fintech4good, fourth industrial revolution, gaming, gender, gender equality, giftz, good dollar, governance, hashtag, human resource management, hunger, inclusion, income, industrial revolution, initial coin offering, innovation, interactive, intersectionality, interview, investment, investor, john paukulis, josef holm, jumpstart our business startups act, keynote, la blockchain summit, la blockchain week, lawyer, leverage (finance), lineup, live, longmont, colorado, machine learning, march on washington for jobs and freedom, market (economics), marriage, martin luther king jr., matt boseo, maxine waters, media, mentorship, mind, money, movie, music, nas, news, nothing, ohub, organization, organizational culture, ownership, panel, patrick mchenry, performance, person of color, procurement, race (human categorization), racism, racism in the united states, red carpet, republican party (united states), research, risk, risk management, ro khanna, rodney sampson, showcase, smart contract, social exclusion, social good, social media, social responsibility, software quality, south, southby, southwest, speaker, startup, startup company, summit, sustainable development, sustainable development goals, sxsw, system, talk, tea party movement, tech, technology, ted, television, texas, tim draper, time, training, transform 2019, trial and error, tv, united states congress, use cases, venture capital, venturebeat, video games, virtual reality, wealth, west, workforce, workforce development, xiaochen zhang, “south by southwest”
Alon Goren
Founding Partner at Draper Goren Holm
100 black angels & allies, abra, abra (province), accounting, accounts payable, adam draper, adam levy, adoption, airbnb, alon goren, altcoin, alternative investment, aly madhavji, amazon (company), angel investor, aol, astronomy , automated teller machine, autonomy, bank, barbarian, belief, ben lakoff draper network, bit, bitcoin, bitcoin 101, bitcoin 2020, bitcoincash, bitcoinmining, bitcoinnews, bitcoinprice, bitcoins, bitcointrading, blockchain, blockchain conference, blockchain education, blockchain founders fund, blockchain valley ventures, blockchaintechnology, bonfire ventures, boostvc, brand, brian mac mahon, btc, business, business model, california, capital market, capitalism, cash, caucus, central bank, cesc, charged particles, chief executive officer, citigroup, coinbase, collectables, commodity futures trading commission, community, company, conference, consensys, corporate finance, credit, crowded media group, crowdfunding, crypto, crypto 2020, crypto traiding, cryptocarrency , cryptocurrencies, cryptocurrency, cryptocurrency event 2020, cryptoeconomics, cryptonews, cryptotrading, customer experience, data, data analytics, debit card, decentralization, decentralized finance, deepfake, defi, democratic party (united states), deregulation, devin finzer, digital art, digital currency, digital divide, digital security, dogecoin, dont buy meme, dontbuymeme, draper fisher jurvetson, draper goren holm, draper venture network, dubai, ebay, economy, ecosystem, education, email, entrepreneurship, eth, ethereum, ethereum andrew dix, ethereum nft, etoro, event, experience, expert dojo, face, federal deposit insurance corporation, fee, finance, finance magnates virtual summit 2020, financial technology, financial transaction, fintech, fireside chats, fiscal policy, fmvs20, generation, god, google, hedge (finance), hedge fund, heinrich zetlmayer, helicopter money, hypertext transfer protocol, imdb, information, initial coin offering, innovation, institutional investor, insurance, interest, interest rate, internet, invest, investing, investment, investment banking, investor, irina litchfield, jordan lyallmeme, josef holm, jumpstart our business startups act, king (company), la blockchain summit, la blockchain week, lawyer, line of credit, litecoin, loan, lobbying, logistics, logos, loyal vc, luck, mark mullen, market (economics), market liquidity, matt boseo, matter, maxine waters, mentorship, meta change capital, mind, mining, money, money laundering, mortgage loan, myspace, near-field communication, nikola stojanow, non-fungible token, northern trust, nothing, online advertising, open source, opensea, organizational culture, ownership, paradigm, paradigm shift, patrick mchenry, paypal, percival, philosophy, privacy, privacy and blockchain, reason, regulatory compliance, regulatory technology, republican party (united states), risk, ro khanna, robert norton, robinhood markets, rodney sampson, san francisco blockchain week, santa monica, california, sarbanes–oxley act, screenshot, security (finance), security token, self, sf blockchain week, sfbw19, sfbw2020, shopping, sid mofya, smart contract, social media, social norm, solar panel, southern california, space, startup, startup company, stock, stock exchange, stock trader, summit, surveillance, synergy, target market, tea party movement, technology, telecommuting, thought, tim draper, time, tokenization (data security), topps, trade, trader, trading, traiding strategy, transmission control protocol, twitter, understanding, united states congress, universe of the legend of zelda, user experience, user interface, vc, venture capital, venture capitalist, verisart, visa inc., wi-fi, wordpress, y combinator, youtube
Andrew Gelman
Professor, Department of Statistics and Department of Political Science at Columbia University
alternating current, bayesian inference, bayesian statistics, bias, bootstrapping (statistics), business cycle, cancer, causality, complexity, cross-validation (statistics), democratic party (united states), demography, dependent and independent variables, early voting, economic growth, economy, election, estimator, experiment, history, hypothesis, income, least squares, likelihood function, linear regression, logic, luck, mathematical optimization, opinion poll, p-value, participation bias, political polarization, poverty, radiation, reality, reason, regression analysis, republican party (united states), ronald reagan, sampling (statistics), statistical hypothesis testing, statistical inference, statistics, theory, time series, understanding
Deb Halliday
Principal at Halliday and Associates
autonomy, belief, communication, complexity, culture, democratic party (united states), education, focus group, hope, kindergarten readiness, knowledge, literacy, mind, money, narrative, new york (state), oregon, qualitative research, quantitative research, silence, social norm, statistics, team, understanding, wisdom
Bob Corker
U.S. Senator at Tennessee
american exceptionalism, antony blinken, behavior, belt and road initiative, bill (law), bob corker, china, constitution of the united states, democratic party (united states), divorce, economics, election, entrepreneurship, foreign policy of the united states, georgia (u.s. state), gerrymandering, huawei, independent politician, initiative, instant-runoff voting, israel, jared kushner, joe biden, joe lieberman, journalism, lyndon b. johnson, mike pompeo, national security, newspaper, north korea, nuclear program of iran, political polarization, primary election, referendum, republican party (united states), rex tillerson, risk, supermajority, taiwan, tea party movement, trans-pacific partnership, two-round system, united arab emirates, united states electoral college, vice president of the united states, vladimir putin, voting
Gerard Baker
Editor in Chief at The Wall Street Journal
american exceptionalism, american jobs, antony blinken, antónio guterres, apple inc., asset and liability management, automation, basic income, belt and road initiative, bob corker, bond credit rating, bond market, brexit, capital gains tax in the united states, capitalism, certified teacher, china, climate change, coronavirus disease 2019, credit rating agency, currency crisis, debate, debt, deficit spending, deflation, democratic party (united states), divorce, donald trump, economic growth, economic recovery, economics, economy, education, election, employment, equity (finance), european union, exchange-traded fund, financial crisis of 2007–08, financial market, foreign policy of the united states, full employment, georgia (u.s. state), globalization, government budget balance, government spending, gross domestic product, h-1b visa, high-yield debt, huawei, hyperinflation, individualism, inflation, institute, interest, interest rate, international student, israel, jared kushner, joe biden, labour economics, leverage (finance), market (economics), market economy, market liquidity, milken, millennials, mining, mitch mcconnell, monetary policy, national security, nationalism, no child left behind act, north korea, nuclear program of iran, politics, populism, presidency of donald trump, private equity, protectionism, quantitative easing, reason, recession, recession shapes, republican party (united states), rex tillerson, school, science education, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, secondary education, secretary, security (finance), self-driving car, social alienation, social media, social mobility, stimulus (economics), stock market, taiwan, tax, tax cut, teacher, trans-pacific partnership, truck, truck driver, unemployment, unemployment in the united states, united arab emirates, united nations, united states, united states electoral college, vladimir putin, volcker rule, wolf, workforce
Richard Haass
President at Council on Foreign Relations
american exceptionalism, angela merkel, antony blinken, austria-hungary, belt and road initiative, bob corker, boris johnson, brexit, central europe, china, christian democracy, citizens (spanish political party), democracy, democratic party (united states), divorce, economics, election, europe, european union, fascism, foreign policy of the united states, free trade, georgia (u.s. state), globalization, great britian, henry kissinger, huawei, human migration, institute, international relations, iron curtain, israel, jared kushner, joe biden, leave, milken, modernization theory, national security, niall ferguson, north korea, nuclear program of iran, peter mandelson, political positions of donald trump, post–cold war era, privacy, republican party (united states), rex tillerson, social democracy, stay, taiwan, trans-pacific partnership, uk, united arab emirates, united states electoral college, united states–mexico–canada agreement, vladimir putin
Seth Moulton
Candidate at Seth Moulton for America
absentee ballot, competition (economics), cyberattack, cyberwarfare, democratic party (united states), deterrence theory, disinformation, donald trump, echo chamber (media), great firewall, huawei, institute, iraq war, james clapper, milken, propaganda, proxy war, ransomware, republican party (united states), russian interference in the 2016 united states elections, social media, strategy, telephone tapping, united states national security council, voting, war on terror
Jeh Johnson
Former Secretary at US Department of Homeland Security
absentee ballot, competition (economics), cyberattack, cyberwarfare, democratic party (united states), deterrence theory, disinformation, donald trump, echo chamber (media), great firewall, huawei, institute, iraq war, james clapper, milken, propaganda, proxy war, ransomware, republican party (united states), russian interference in the 2016 united states elections, social media, strategy, telephone tapping, united states national security council, voting, war on terror
Mira Ricardel
Principal at The Chertoff Group
absentee ballot, competition (economics), cyberattack, cyberwarfare, democratic party (united states), deterrence theory, disinformation, donald trump, echo chamber (media), great firewall, huawei, institute, iraq war, james clapper, milken, propaganda, proxy war, ransomware, republican party (united states), russian interference in the 2016 united states elections, social media, strategy, telephone tapping, united states national security council, voting, war on terror
Dmitri Alperovitch
Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at CrowdStrike
absentee ballot, analytics intelligence & response, android (operating system), apple inc., audit committee, backup, best practice, bitcoin, brute-force attack, chief executive officer, china, classified information in the united states, cloud computing, communications decency act, competition (economics), computer file, computer security, covid-19 pandemic, crowdstrike, cryptocurrency, cyberattack, cybercrime, cybersecurity, cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency, cyberwarfare, decision-making, democratic party (united states), deterrence theory, dictionary attack, disinformation, donald trump, echo chamber (media), end user, extortion, federal bureau of investigation, file transfer protocol, finance, fireeye, foreign intelligence service (russia), general data protection regulation, global threat brief, google chrome, great firewall, hackers & threats, https, huawei, hypertext transfer protocol, incident response, industrial espionage, information, infosec, infrastructure, innovation, institute, intellectual property, internet, internet of things, iraq war, islamic revolutionary guard corps, james clapper, keychain, kubernetes , macos, malware, metrics, microsoft, milken, ministry of state security (china), mobile app, national security, north korea, operating system, password, patch (computing), people's liberation army, phishing, port forwarding, privacy, privacy law, propaganda, proxy war, ransom, ransomware, reconnaissance general bureau, republican party (united states), risk, rsa, rsac, rsaconference, russian interference in the 2016 united states elections, safari (web browser), section 230 of the communications decency act, security, security clearance, shamoon, social media, spotlight (software), ssh (secure shell), stanley baldwin, storytelling, strategy, superuser, telephone tapping, threat intelligence, threat model, transparency (behavior), united states national security council, url, voting, vulnerability (computing), war on terror, web browser, world wide web
Steven Mnuchin
Secretary at U.S. Department of the Treasury
4ir, ai, asean, automation, belt and road initiative, bloomberg, bond credit rating, brexit, capital gains tax in the united states, capital markets union, carbon tax, davos, davos 2020, deficit spending, democracy, democratic party (united states), dividend, documentary, dodd–frank wall street reform and consumer protection act, donald trump, economic, economic bubble, economic growth, economic recovery, economist, economy, economy of africa, economy of europe, economy of the united states, education, emerging market, euro, european central bank, eurozone, export-oriented industrialization, external affairs minister, finance, financial market, fiscal policy, forum, future, global economic outlook, global economics, globalization, government budget balance, government spending, gross domestic product, inflation, institute, interest, interest rate, international monetary fund, joe biden, joint comprehensive plan of action, kohlberg kravis roberts, leadership, macroeconomics, market (economics), market economy, milken, mitch mcconnell, monetary policy, money, munich security conference, news, politics, poverty, private equity, quantitative easing, recession, recession shapes, recommended for you, robotics, rule of law, saving, share repurchase, special relationship, stimulus (economics), stock market, switzerland, tax, tax cut, tech, technology, unemployment, united states, vladimir putin, work, world, world economic forum, world news, world news today, world peace, worldeconomicforum
Nat Simons
Co Founder at Prelude Ventures
carbon dioxide, climate change, climate change mitigation, competition, democratic party (united states), economics, economy, effects of climate change, externality, fossil fuel, free market, gender role, george shultz, green new deal, greenhouse gas, impact of the covid-19 pandemic on the environment, institute, joe biden, market (economics), milken, national association of manufacturers, politics of climate change, poverty, public health, republican party (united states), united states congress
Alex Witt
Correspondent at NBC News
advertising, carbon dioxide, carpool karaoke, cbs, climate change, climate change mitigation, competition, complaint, contract, david letterman, democratic party (united states), deterrence (penology), discrimination, domestic violence, economics, economy, effects of climate change, employment discrimination, externality, fossil fuel, free market, gary barlow, gender, gender role, george michael, george shultz, green new deal, greenhouse gas, group of seven, homosexuality, impact of the covid-19 pandemic on the environment, instagram, institute, into the woods, jay leno, jimmy kimmel, jimmy kimmel live!, joe biden, justin trudeau, keira knightley, law, lawsuit, leadership, margaritaville (south park), market (economics), me too movement, meryl streep, milken, mission: impossible (film), national association of manufacturers, oppression, parachute, parachuting, paul mccartney, politics of climate change, poverty, product placement, public health, racial segregation, republican party (united states), sexism, sexual harassment, social equality, social inequality, statute of limitations, the late late show (american talk show), the rolling stones, the tonight show, theory, twitter, u.s. state, united states congress, viral video, women of color, youtube
John Kasich
Former Governor at State of Ohio
carbon dioxide, climate change, climate change mitigation, competition, democratic party (united states), economics, economy, effects of climate change, externality, fossil fuel, free market, gender role, george shultz, green new deal, greenhouse gas, impact of the covid-19 pandemic on the environment, institute, joe biden, market (economics), milken, national association of manufacturers, politics of climate change, poverty, public health, republican party (united states), united states congress
Ayana Elizabeth Johnson
Co-founder at Urban Ocean Lab
carbon dioxide, climate change, climate change mitigation, competition, democratic party (united states), economics, economy, effects of climate change, externality, fossil fuel, free market, gender role, george shultz, green new deal, greenhouse gas, impact of the covid-19 pandemic on the environment, institute, joe biden, market (economics), milken, national association of manufacturers, politics of climate change, poverty, public health, republican party (united states), united states congress
Gina McCarthy
President and CEO at NRDC
carbon dioxide, climate change, climate change mitigation, competition, democratic party (united states), economics, economy, effects of climate change, externality, fossil fuel, free market, gender role, george shultz, green new deal, greenhouse gas, impact of the covid-19 pandemic on the environment, institute, joe biden, market (economics), milken, national association of manufacturers, politics of climate change, poverty, public health, republican party (united states), united states congress
Sheldon Whitehouse
US Senator at Rhode Island
carbon dioxide, climate change, climate change mitigation, competition, democratic party (united states), economics, economy, effects of climate change, externality, fossil fuel, free market, gender role, george shultz, green new deal, greenhouse gas, impact of the covid-19 pandemic on the environment, institute, joe biden, market (economics), milken, national association of manufacturers, politics of climate change, poverty, public health, republican party (united states), united states congress
Jennifer Griffin
National Security Correspondent at Fox News
absentee ballot, alltech, arms embargo, bourbon whiskey, china, competition (economics), contract, cyberattack, cyberwarfare, democratic party (united states), deterrence theory, disinformation, donald trump, echo chamber (media), economic sanctions, great firewall, hezbollah, huawei, institute, international law, iran, iraq war, israel, james clapper, joint comprehensive plan of action, kelly craft, kfc, law, middle east, mike pompeo, milken, palestinian national authority, palestinians, propaganda, proxy war, ransomware, republican party (united states), responsibility to protect, russia, russian interference in the 2016 united states elections, sanctions against iran, social media, strategy, taiwan, telephone tapping, trump peace plan, united nations, united nations human rights council, united states national security council, voting, war on terror
Ian Rowe
Resident Fellow at AEI
achievement gaps in the united states, barack obama, creativity, curriculum, democratic party (united states), education, educational inequality, history, homeschooling, institute, institutional racism, jill biden, joe biden, leadership, mental health, mentorship, milken, national assessment of educational progress, pandemic pods, preschool, racial achievement gap in the united states, school choice, school-to-prison pipeline, teacher, tim scott, vice president of the united states, vocational education
Nina Rees
President and CEO at National Alliance for Public Charter Schools
achievement gaps in the united states, barack obama, creativity, curriculum, democratic party (united states), education, educational inequality, history, homeschooling, institute, institutional racism, jill biden, joe biden, leadership, mental health, mentorship, milken, national assessment of educational progress, pandemic pods, preschool, racial achievement gap in the united states, school choice, school-to-prison pipeline, teacher, tim scott, vice president of the united states, vocational education
Betsy DeVos
Secretary at US Department of Education
achievement gaps in the united states, barack obama, creativity, curriculum, democratic party (united states), education, educational inequality, history, homeschooling, institute, institutional racism, jill biden, joe biden, leadership, mental health, mentorship, milken, national assessment of educational progress, pandemic pods, preschool, racial achievement gap in the united states, school choice, school-to-prison pipeline, teacher, tim scott, vice president of the united states, vocational education
Arne Duncan
Secretary of Education at U.S. Department of Education
achievement gaps in the united states, algorithm, arne duncan, barack obama, blended learning, boarding school, classroom, computer science, conversation, creativity, curriculum, database, democratic party (united states), dinner, early childhood education, education, educational inequality, empathy, engineer, expert, feeling, history, homeschooling, hyde park, chicago, institute, institutional racism, jill biden, joe biden, kindergarten, leadership, learning, literacy, luck, lunch, mathematics, meal, mental health, mentorship, microsoft powerpoint, milken, mind, mindset, mitchell productions, motivation, national assessment of educational progress, new york city department of education, oprah winfrey, optimism, pandemic pods, poverty, preschool, psychological resilience, racial achievement gap in the united states, school, school choice, school-to-prison pipeline, science, science education, secretary of education, self, silicon slopes, social capital, software , software engineer, spotify, ssts20, summer camp, teacher, tech summit, technology, tim scott, time, touchpoint, vice president of the united states, violence, vocational education, west high school
Katie Walsh Shields
Former at White House Deputy Chief of Staff
amy coney barrett, barack obama, black lives matter, democratic party (united states), donald trump, economic inequality, institute, joe biden, joe manchin, kevin mccarthy (california politician), law & order, mike pence, milken, mitch mcconnell, nancy pelosi, no labels, president of the united states, problem solvers caucus, red states and blue states, republican party (united states), social inequality, supreme court of the united states, susan collins, swing state, the lincoln project, united states house of representatives, united states senate
Mark Penn
Chairman and CEO at MDC Partners
amy coney barrett, barack obama, black lives matter, democratic party (united states), donald trump, economic inequality, election, institute, joe biden, joe manchin, kevin mccarthy (california politician), law & order, mike pence, milken, mitch mcconnell, nancy pelosi, no labels, president, president of the united states, problem solvers caucus, red states and blue states, republican party (united states), social inequality, supreme court of the united states, susan collins, swing state, the lincoln project, united states house of representatives, united states senate
Terry McAuliffe
Former Governor at Virginia
amy coney barrett, barack obama, black lives matter, democratic party (united states), donald trump, economic inequality, institute, joe biden, joe manchin, kevin mccarthy (california politician), law & order, mike pence, milken, mitch mcconnell, nancy pelosi, no labels, president of the united states, problem solvers caucus, red states and blue states, republican party (united states), social inequality, supreme court of the united states, susan collins, swing state, the lincoln project, united states house of representatives, united states senate
Anna Palmer
Founder and CEO at Punchbowl News
amy coney barrett, barack obama, black lives matter, democratic party (united states), donald trump, economic inequality, institute, joe biden, joe manchin, kevin mccarthy (california politician), law & order, mike pence, milken, mitch mcconnell, nancy pelosi, no labels, president of the united states, problem solvers caucus, red states and blue states, republican party (united states), social inequality, supreme court of the united states, susan collins, swing state, the lincoln project, united states house of representatives, united states senate
Frank Luntz
Founder and President at Luntz Global
alex jones, american dream, amy coney barrett, avatar (computing), barack obama, base realignment and closure, bernie sanders, bipartisanship, black lives matter, buzzfeed, cbs, chief executive officer, chris matthews, confirmation bias, conflict resolution, corporation, credibility, cyberbullying, democracy, democratic party (united states), dick cheney, dividend, dodd–frank wall street reform and consumer protection act, donald trump, dream, dynamic pricing, economic freedom, economic inequality, economy, employment, ethics, evidence, evidence-based medicine, facebook, finance, fox news, frank luntz, george w. bush, governance, hezbollah, hillary clinton, hindsight bias, institute, interest, international atomic energy agency, it, jeb hensarling, jesse helms, joe biden, joe manchin, john mccain, joint comprehensive plan of action, kevin mccarthy (california politician), law & order, lindsey graham, loan, lyndon b. johnson, medicare (united states), michelle obama, mike pence, milken, millennials, mimeograph, mind, mitch mcconnell, mortgage loan, msnbc, nancy pelosi, nbc, net income, nielsen ratings, no labels, optimism, parental leave, payday loan, pizzagate conspiracy theory, politics, pollster, prejudice, president of the united states, pricing, problem solvers caucus, psychology, public sphere, racism, recommender system, red states and blue states, republican party (united states), reputation, robert f. kennedy, rt (tv network), second mortgage, social inequality, social media, social mobility, socialist state, supreme court of the united states, susan collins, swing state, swot analysis, tax, teacher, the lincoln project, thought, twitter, uber, understanding, united states budget sequestration in 2013, united states house of representatives, united states senate, william f. buckley jr., youtube
Constanze Stelzenmüller
Senior Fellow and Fritz Stern Chair at Brookings Institution
alexei navalny, bipartisanship, cold war, conspiracy theory, democracy, democratic party (united states), disinformation, donald trump, european union, gridlock (politics), group of seven, jake sullivan, leadership, military, national security conference, permanent structured cooperation, propaganda, republican party (united states), russia, shelley moore capito, soul, taliban, trumpism, united kingdom, united states congress
James Joye Townsend
Adjunct Senior Fellow at CNAS
alexei navalny, bipartisanship, cold war, conspiracy theory, democracy, democratic party (united states), disinformation, donald trump, european union, gridlock (politics), group of seven, jake sullivan, leadership, military, national security conference, permanent structured cooperation, propaganda, republican party (united states), russia, shelley moore capito, soul, taliban, trumpism, united kingdom, united states congress
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