Waleed currently heads a technology innovation lab, VirtualForce.io, that incubates next generation digital products and technologies. He is aimed at solving complex business problems through deep tech and digital transformation in areas like Healthcare, CleanTech, FinTech and Blockchain.
In the past, he led the design and engineering at an Ad-Tech company (Freewheel Media), which was acquired by Comcast for $350M.
Mike has been working in robotics for the past fourteen years. He’s worked in multiple industries on projects that have taken him all over the world. He’s an avid hobbyist and spends his spare time pursuing his passions in rocketry, building and constantly exploring new subjects. Mike has aspired to learn and build since he was very young. His parents encouraged him to ask questions, experiment, explore, draw his ideas, learn new subjects, and use tools safely. He was given a lot of freedom to try new things, to fail and
Jura Zibas is a lawyer and partner at Wilson Elser and is co-chair of the firm’s intellectual property practice and a member of the information governance leadership committee.
Jura is also on The Board of The Mentor Project and is a mentor. She has an extensive technology background and focuses her legal practice on intellectual property, technology and commercial matters. Relying on her scientific and analytical skill sets, Jura assists in solving
I hold a BA degree in Engineering from Lafayette College, a Master of Engineering Management degree from Duke University, and am currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration from Temple University.
I have worked for Colgate-Palmolive for ten years and held positions of increasing responsibility in various supply chain functions: Factory Performance and Reliability, Procurement, Planning, Manufacturing Team Leader, and Continuous Improvement Engineer.
He continues to invent, collaborate, write apps, consult, hang out with grad students at the University of Pennsylvania, and give talks worldwide. He currently visits schools to teach advanced STEM concepts to grade schoolers in The Mentor Project.
As a Spacecraft Engineer at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab in Maryland, she performed integration, testing, and launch site support for four spacecraft that studied the Earth’s atmosphere, planets and comets.