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Sophy Bot

A writer- philosopher- absurdist and artist whose medium is life, Sophy Bot challenges expectations with logical nonsense and nonsensical logic while doing a bit of this that and everything (and sometimes nothing at all).

Malcolm Lloyd

Malcolm Lloyd

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Malcolm Lloyd, MD. Studied BioMedical Engineering at John Hopkins, followed by a Medical Degree at Dartmouth Medical School. He has worked in i-bankin, VC, the biotech industry and is the founder of three companies ranging from software to spirits.

Ori Brafman

Ori Brafman is an author, public speaker, and entrepreneur whose recent book The Starfish and the Spider explores the power of non-hierarchical systems. Ori has appeared on the BBC, National Public Radio, Fox News, and on the Wall Street Journal's MarketWatch, and in recent months has been invited to speak with audiences at Microsoft, Amazon, Intel, the US Government, Stanford Business School, and Harvard Business School. His upcoming book on interpersonal influence will be published by Random House. Ori holds a BA from U.C. Berkeley and an MBA from Stanford University.

Ron Dembo

Ron Dembo

Dr. Ron Dembo is the founder & CEO of 0footprint, an open source organization creating a marketplace built around a common ground for people worldwide to engage in sustainable commerce. Ron was also founder, President & CEO of Algorithmics Inc., the world's leading Enterprise Financial Risk Software Company. Prior to that, Ron was a professor of Computer Science and Operations Research at Yale University.

Noura Kevorkian

Noura Kevorkian

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Noura Kevorkian made her filmmaking debut with “Veils Uncovered”, winner of: The National Film Board of Canada Best Canadian Documentary at Reel World Film Festival, Toronto, 2002, the Audience Award at the 2002 Dawson City International Film Festival, Best Documentary at the 2002 New York International Film and Video.

Jessica Banks

Jessica Banks

My T-Shirt says I'm a PhD student in robotics at MIT, though it's kind of snug on me, doesn't match my boa, and is, as my mom faithfully reminds me, getting too threadbare to wear out on a date.

Kala Maxym

German-born mezzo-soprano Kala Maxym is a free-lance opera singer living in New York City. She has appeared with Chicago Opera Theater, Opera Santa Barbara, Aspen Opera Theater Center, the New York Opera Forum, and The Boston Conservatory Opera. Kala received a BA in Political Science from Columbia University, and after graduation worked as a Senior Program Analyst with the U.S. Department of Justice. She also holds a Master’s degree from The Boston Conservatory. Kala was born in Germany, and has lived throughout Europe, the U.S., and Latin America.

Tim Anderson

Tim Anderson

He is a founder of Zcorporation which produces 3d printing (modelmaking) machines. He helped develop 3D printing machines at MIT and applied the techniques of algorithmic composition to motion control. He built "Van Gogo", a robot that paints oil paintings, and another that opens combination padlocks. He has studied electrical engineering, philosophy, blacksmithing, aikido, and has played in a mandolin orchestra.

George Mueller

George Mueller

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Co-founder of the Gathering and a seasoned inventor and entrepreneur, George Mueller has successfully created and grown several new companies through a variety of economic climates. Prior to co-founding Color Kinetics in 1997, George was Co-founder, COO, and Director of Internet Securities Incorporated.

Chun Yu

Chun Yu is the author of LITTLE GREEN: Growing Up During the Chinese Cultural Revolution, an award-winning memoir in free verse. She holds a B.S. and M.S. in chemistry from Peking (Beijing) University, a Ph.D. in biomaterials from Rutgers. She began writing poetry during her postdoctoral fellowship in HST, a Harvard-MIT joint program. She is currently working on two books that continue the story of Little Green, a historical graphic novel about Mao, and a film project set in World War II in China. She also works as a consultant connecting biotech and medical device industries to China.

How do we know that those who attend the Gathering have the power to change the world? Because many of them already have.

One weekend a year, some of the world’s brightest young inventors, artists, entertainers and entrepreneurs join together to stretch their minds and share big ideas. There is no pomp, and no pretense. Just incredibly accomplished, passionate people, talking earnestly about their passions. Every year, it is a weekend that changes lives.

This one of a kind event is called the GATHERING. It is invite only and it is truly unforgettable.