Richard A. Clarke
Clarke is chairman & CEO of Good Harbor and an internationally-recognized expert on cyber security, homeland security, national security, and counterterrorism. He served the last three Presidents as a senior White House Advisor. Prior to his White House years, Clarke served in the Pentagon, the Intelligence Community, and State Department. He is an on-air consultant for ABC News, teaches at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and is the author of Cyber War: The Next Threat to National Security and What to Do About It.
Farber was the Distinguished Career Professor of Computer Science and Public Policy at the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, with secondary appointments in the Heinz College and the Engineering Public Policy Group prior to his retirement. In 2003, he retired as the Alfred Fitler Moore Professor of Telecommunication Systems at the University of Pennsylvania, where he held appointments as Professor of Business and Public Policy at the Wharton School of Business and as a Faculty Associate of the Annenberg School of Communications. In 2000, Farber served as the Chief Technologist at the United States Federal Communications Commission while on leave from the University of Pennsylvania.
Kazantsev heads the R&D Machine Learning group at Bloomberg, leading projects that intersect computational linguistics, machine learning and finance, including sentiment analysis, market impact indicators, machine translation, text classification, information extraction and predictive modeling of financial markets.
B.S., Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Cum Laude
Mueller was the Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer of 360networks Corp. a leading fiber optic based infrastructure provider prior to its sale in 2011. After a restructuring in 2001, 360 went on to consolidate industry participants to become one of the largest fiber optic networks in North America. Prior to 360, Mueller held various senior roles in commercial and investment banking with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions.
As the Chief Scientist at RichRelevance, Vengroff is responsible for the company’s analytical and machine learning development—from high-level strategy and analytics to strategic implementation plans. From startups to industry leaders Amazon.com and Goldman Sachs, he is a well-known computer scientist and technology veteran who has designed and built a variety of world-class customer-focused scalable applications.
Sc.M. and PhD. in Computer Science
BSE in Computer Science with Honors
Neil Zane is the SVP for the TPD team at Bank of America and is responsible for introducing promising new technology companies to the firm while leveraging the bank’s use of technology, strategy, and expertise to help deepen and expand investment banking, corporate banking, and institutional sales relationships. With more than two decades of working with NYC Fortune 500 companies, Neil has penetrated new markets, managed global teams and sold diverse product lines at high levels in Fortune 500 environments. Neil is a licensed NYC residential real estate associate broker.
Union College in Schenectady, NY.
Don Duet, Goldman Sachs
Don Duet is co-head of the Technology Division at Goldman Sachs. He chairs the Technology Division Operating Committee and serves on the Firmwide Risk Committee, Firmwide Technology Risk Committee and the Technology Division Executive Committee. He is also co-chair of both the Investment Banking Division’s Internet Investment Committee and Clean Technology and Renewables Group Investment Committee. Don joined Goldman Sachs in 1988 as an associate in the Technology Department within Fixed Income, Currency and Commodities in New York. He transitioned to a number of roles within Technology, relocating to London in 1991, Frankfurt in 1993 and Tokyo in 1996. Don was the chief information officer for Goldman Sachs in Asia from 2001 to 2006. Prior to assuming his current role, he was global chief operating officer of the Technology Division. He was named managing director in 2000 and partner in 2006. Don earned a BS in Computer Science and Mathematics from Marist College in 1988.
Mark Leslie, Stanford Business School
Mark Leslie is a successful entrepreneur and lecturer at the Stanford Business School. He is well regarded in the tech business community as a successful mentor to new CEOs, as a dynamic voice for assisting in the build out of sales and marketing organizations, and as a strategic thinker. Mark has critical relevant experience both as an operator (CEO and Founder of Veritas) and through the boards of several other private & public companies such as NetApp, Big Switch, Interana, Liquid Robotics, Nebula, Nutanix, PernixData, Pure Storage, Skybox Imaging, Model N Software (NYSE: MODN), SugarCRM and Zerto.
Learn more about Mark on his webpage.