Jake Lodwick // CEO of Keezy

Jake Lodwick // CEO of Keezy

Jake Lodwick, CEO of Keezy

Jake is a consumer tech entrepreneur who's helped establish companies like Vimeo, Tumblr, CollegeHumor, Bleacher Report, MakerBot, and Bustle. His current startup, Keezy, makes fun and easy music apps.

  Dr. Suzanne Dikker //  New York University | Utrecht University

Dr. Suzanne Dikker // New York University | Utrecht University

Suzanne Dikker, PhD

Suzanne is a research scientist at New York University and Utrecht University, and leads a brain/art collective with interactive media artist Matthias Oostrik, merging cognitive neuroscience, interactive art, and education in an effort to better understand the brain basis of human social interaction. Her work has been featured at a wide range of venues, including Benaki Art Museum (Athens), Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, The Garage Museum for Contemporary Art (Moscow), and The American Museum of Natural History (New York City), among others; and published in high impact scientific journals such as Current Biology and Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. Suzanne further curates the Annual Watermill Art & Science: Insights into Consciousness Workshop.

   Adam Huttler  //  Founder and CEO ,  Fractured Atlas   

Adam Huttler // Founder and CEOFractured Atlas 

Adam Huttler, Founder and CEO, Fractured Atlas

Adam Huttler is the founder and CEO of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit technology company that helps artists with the business aspects of their work. Since 1998, the organization has grown from a one-man-band housed in an East Harlem studio apartment to a broad-based national service organization with an annual budget of $25 million. Fractured Atlas's services reach over 1.5 million artists across North America, and have helped raise over $120 million in charitable funds to support sponsored members' work. 

Adam has a B.A. in theater from Sarah Lawrence College, an M.B.A. from New York University, and is a self-taught software developer. In 2011, he was recruited for the inaugural class of National Arts Strategies' Chief Executive Program. He is additionally an alumnus of Singularity University's Executive Program and the University of California at Berkeley's Venture Capital Executive Program. 

Adam was named to Crain's New York Business's 2016 "40 Under Forty" class, and was listed by Barry's Blog as one of the "Top 50 Most Powerful and Influential Leaders in Nonprofit Arts" for five consecutive years. 

Today, Adam is busy launching Exponential Creativity Ventures, a Fractured Atlas led impact fund that invests in innovation at the intersection of technology and creativity.  

   Madison Cario  //  Director, Office of the Arts, Georgia Institute of Technology

Madison Cario // Director, Office of the Arts, Georgia Institute of Technology

Madison Cario, Director, Office of the Arts, Georgia Institute of Technology

Artist, alchemist, guide & interrupter creating in the spaces "in between."

I am interested in the questions, challenges, conversations & opportunities created at intersections. I am inspired by the spaces in between - between people & technology, between art & science, between production & consumption, between us & them, between joy & sorrow, between empathy & apathy. I create safe spaces for worlds to collide. I encourage experimentation & aim to generate a culture that values questions & conversations alongside products & presentations.
 

   Gilad Rosenzweig // Executive Director, DesignX

Gilad Rosenzweig // Executive Director, DesignX

Gilad Rosenzweig, Director, DesignX

Gilad is a professional architect and urban planner.


He is the executive director of DesignX – the venture accelerator of the MIT School of Architecture and Planning.  Gilad has worked with and advised dozens of startups in the past few years, both at DesignX and at Smarter in the City, a non-profit high-tech accelerator he founded in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston.


Gilad has a design and planning portfolio ranging with work built and planned in the U.S., Canada, Israel and the U.K, and is a graduate of the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning and the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London.