Jahna BerryJahna Berry is the head of content operations at WIRED. Based in San Francisco, she helps the editor in chief oversee day-to-day operations across WIRED’s platforms and works with the senior leadership team to develop and implement strategies that will help WIRED grow and evolve. She was previously director of product at Mother Jones, where she managed the publication’s award-winning 2016 digital redesign, a project that helped it win the Magazine of the Year award from the American Society of Magazine Editors. Before that, she was digital managing editor of the San Francisco Business Times. She has been a writer and editor at several publications including the Arizona Republic, the Contra Costa Times (now called the East Bay Times), and the San Francisco Recorder, a legal trade publication. Berry graduated from the University of Michigan.

Marc FischerMarc Fischer is the CEO and co-founder of Dogtown Media, a mobile technology studio based in Venice Beach, California, that was named by Inc. as one of the fastest-growing companies in America. He has more than a decade of experience designing, developing, and launching digital products for tech startups and Fortune 500 companies, including Lexus, Google, Citibank, and the United Nations.  Marc was formerly a professor at Santa Monica College, where he taught mobile app design to computer science and graphic design students. Marc is actively engaged in the community as a youth mentor with the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, as well as a board member of Beauty Earth, a nonprofit focused on revitalizing urban areas through art initiatives. Marc is a member of the Forbes Technology Council and recently attended Harvard Business School as a part of the Owner/ President Management Program.

Jeremy GilbertAs Director of Strategic Initiatives at The Washington Post, Jeremy Gilbert works to identify, create, and execute unique digital products and storytelling experiences. He works closely with The Post’s engineering, product design, graphics, audience, analytics and advertising teams.  In this role, Gilbert figured out how to tell the story of the 2016 presidential race with 3-D printers, built The Post’s first automated stories, created The Post's first virtual reality project, initiated the use of 360 cameras, oversaw its first augmented reality story, built a freelance network that changes how The Post covers national stories and launched a new leadership vertical.  Before joining The Post he helped National Geographic develop and deploy its digital strategy and was an associate professor teaching media product design, interactive storytelling, web and print design tools and techniques for Medill and the Segal Design Institute at Northwestern University.

Nick MonacoNick Monaco is a disinformation analyst at Graphika, a social network analysis and threat intelligence company. He is also a research affiliate at ComProp, the Computational Propaganda Project at the Oxford Internet Institute, and a research fellow at the Digital Intelligence Lab. His work has been featured in Tech Crunch, Bloomberg and the Washington Post. His latest publication, State-Sponsored Trolling, explores how targeted disinformation and harassment campaigns are used to intimidate activists and journalists around the world.

Steven RosenbushSteven Rosenbush is enterprise technology editor of WSJ Pro, the part of the Journal that reports for specialized, professional audiences and helps them do their jobs. Enterprise Tech comprises three reporting groups, or verticals: CIO Journal, WSJ Pro Cybersecurity and WSJ Pro Artificial Intelligence. Each vertical includes a dedicated editor and reporting team, who write and develop content for a webpage, a daily email newsletter and live events. The group works closely with other Journal teams, such as the podcasting group. Enterprise Tech writes for a business audience, focusing on the interplay of business and technology. Its mission is to help the audience extract value from technology at every level of the business, from the boardroom to the factory floor and everything in between.  Previously, Steven worked as assistant managing editor for capital markets at Institutional Investor magazine and led telecom coverage at BusinessWeek and USA Today. He is the author of a book, Telecom Opportunities for Entrepreneurs.


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