Bryan Law

Bryan Law is a Senior Director of Strategic Projects at Rackspace, a managed cloud computing services company based in San Antonio, Texas. He is also a board member at Angola University. Previously, Law held a Principal role in the Global Business Strategy Group at Google and, prior to that, he was a manager at Monitor, management consulting firm. He earned an MBA from the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Business and a BA from Georgetown University. 

Adam Geller

Adam Geller is founder and CEO of Edthena, a video platform enabling online teacher coaching, peer review, and group learning. He earned a BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a MA from the University of Missouri-Saint Louis.

Preston Smith

Preston Smith is co-founder and CEO of Rocketship Education, a leading blended charter school system in the United States, currently serving 3,800+ students in grades K-5 in seven schools and the highest performing low-income school system in California.

Leslie Kerner

Leslie Kerner is Senior Vice President and General Manager for the Professional Services group at Amplify, an education technology software and services company innovating K-12 education. She is responsible for building and managing training, professional development and consulting services for schools. 

Ken Biberaj

Ken Biberaj is real estate development executive at Morgan Barrington Associates of New York. In 2013, Biberaj ran for public office as a Democratic Candidate for New York City Council for the West Side of Manhattan. He holds a JD from New York Law School, a Masters in Public Policy (MPP) from Harvard University Kennedy School of Government, and a BA in Political Science from American University. 

Anatole Faykin

Anatole Faykin is currently a Foreign Service Officer at the United States Department of State. Previously, Faykin worked in leading digital product management roles and founded multiple companies, including Tuanpin, a Shanghai, China-based daily deals site he grew to 25 employees and sold in the fall of 2011.