Adam Carter is a micro-philanthropist based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is the founder of the microphilanthropy non-profit organization Cause & Affect which raises and distributes funds to individuals and communities in need around the world.
Capture Your Flag Interviewee Directory
Alan McNab is Vice President, Customer Advocacy at NCR and is based in Dublin, Ireland. Previously, McNab worked in various technology marketing roles at Hewlett-Packard, Cisco, and Motorola.
Alayne Cotterill is a wildlife biologist based in the African Savanna. Before her transition into wildlife biology and conservation research, Cotterill was a expert guide with National Geographic Expeditions.
Anatole Faykin is an entrepreneur currently currently working on his e-commerce startup Doubles Alley and advising ReserveBar.com. Previously, Faykin founded Tuanpin, a Shanghai, China-based daily deals site he grew to 25 employees and sold in the fall of 2011.
Andrew Epstein is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the Ascend Learning Charter School Network. Previously, Epstein was a finance executive at Democracy Prep Public Schools and an operations executive at Universal Music Group's Island Def Jam Records. He is a former Teach for America corps member and middle-school science teacher.
Bijoy Goswami is a Leadership Philosopher in Austin, Texas. He builds models that help individuals and organizations unlock potential, sharing them via books, community, film, lectures, music, and websites.
Brett Goldman is a real estate development executive based in New York City where he focuses on the acquisition, development and leasing of commercial and residential properties.
Caroline Giegerich is Executive Director of Digital Marketing at Smashbox Cosmetics, where she applies her marketing and product development experience across digital, e-commerce, mobile, social media, and in-store emerging technologies.
Cathy Erway is an author, writer, and healthy food advocate living in New York City. Her food blog, "Not Eating Out in New York" inspired her first book, the memoir "The Art of Eating In: How I learned to Stop Spending and Love the Stove."
Clara Soh Williams is a health economist and comparative effectiveness researcher based in Portland, Oregon. Her work focuses on how social sciences can impact the health care issues the world faces. She currently works at Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research (KPCHR) and Health Policy Research Northwest (HPRN).
Diana Wilmot is an education psychometrician and is now a research director for the Palo Alto Unified School District (PAUSD) in California, where she tracks and reports on student testing data while working with teachers and principals on instructional approaches.