Richard B. Tavener, Fused Learning, California Richard is an Emmy®-award winning documentary filmmaker and Co-founder of Imagine It™--a multimedia curriculum platform for teachers to integrate critical thinking skills in the classroom. Richard assembled a network of thought leaders from education, arts, technology and industry for Imagine it! including Blue Man Group, Pixar Animation Studios, MIT, Smithsonian, X-PRIZE Foundation, Lincoln Center Institute, Sally Ride Science, The National Academy of Engineering and Stanford University. Co-founder, CEO of Fused Learning Richard developed Our Blue Dot™ and Mission Zero™ to engage and inspire students around the world to think about the future of Earth. Richard is Strategic Partner for FableVision Learning, developing STEAM-Infused curriculum based-on books by Peter H. Reynolds including The Dot, Going Places, Full STEAM Ahead, The Water Princess, Say Something and Word Collector. Richard can sometimes also be Secretary of the Future, Prof. Van Denventor and Commander Sagan, just fyi. Contact 831-250-5500 email@example.com @fusedlearningCA.
Dr. Natasha Kovacevic, Ph.D, xSensa Labs, Toronto Dr. Natasha Kovacevic has authored and co-authored 70+ research papers in neuroscience, spanning her career with Rotman Research Institute, Hospital for Sick Children and Sunnybook Hospital in Toronto. Her main focus has been on computational methods and visualization in neuro-imaging. She received her Ph.D in Mathematics from the California Institute of Technology. Dr. Kovacevic was originator and Creative Producer of "My Virtual Dream," an immersive multimedia experience that links neuroscience with the arts. She founded xSensa Labs with the mission to channel and enrich insights from neuroscience into exciting and accessible products for adults and children. XSensa Labs is located in Toronto, Canada and is an invited member of the Transmedia Zone at Ryerson University, and is part of the prestigious entrepreneurial incubator Mars Ventures and IBM I3. Recently, Dr. Kovacevic was named member of the Ontario Bioscience Innovation Organization (OBIO).
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