Invited Panels and Speakers
- Digital Privacy Panel Session
John Wunderlich (moderator); Michelle Finneran Dennedy (PrivacyCode, Inc.); Denise Schoeneich (Intel Corporation); Matthew Silveira (Objective Business Solutions, Inc.)
- Public Policy Response Panel
Digital Task Force San Jose (TBC)
- Industry Panel Session Panel
Andreas Sjostrom (CapGemini)
- Pat Scannell (Techne Star LLC) Christine T. Dee (IBM)
- Toby Shulruff (National Network to End Domestic Violence)
- Cindi Coon (Coolabilities)
- Deepak Tewari (Privately SA)
- Kaliya Young (Identity Woman) Gregg Pascal Zachary, Writer, Historian & Educator
Speaker: Andreas Sjöström – In Person
Affiliation: Capgemini Applied Innovation Exchange in San Francisco, Lead
Leading the Capgemini Applied Innovation Exchange in San Francisco, Capgemini’s flagship innovation space. International experience as CTO of Capgemini Scandinavia, member of Sweden and Scandinavia country boards. Digital transformation and innovation advisor for key accounts in the US, Netherlands, France, and the Nordics. Key topics include digital customer experience, operational excellence and business model transformation; innovation capability, digital platform and ecosystem design, “x as a service”, product-to-service design, subscription business. Managed Sogeti’s (Capgemini unit) global digital practice and grew it from $10M to $100M+. Author of numerous white papers (MSDN), columns (Computer Sweden), and co-author of the books: “Pocket PC Development in the Enterprise” (2001) and “The App Effect” (2012). Awarded with the national award for “Best IT Consultant”, on the national list of “Sweden’s Top Technology Experts” twice, and several times awarded “Most Valuable Professional” by Microsoft.
Speaker: Cyndi Coon – In Person
Affiliation: CEO, Laboratory5, Inc.
Other Affiliations: Threatcasting Lab, Arizona State University / Applied Futures Lab / People Centered Internet (PCI) Board of Directors
Title: Coolabilities and Digital Privacy co-advocate to reveal wild new futures, connections, and opportunities for all on the neurodivergent spectrum
Digital privacy is often used in contexts that promote advocacy on behalf of individuals. In this same vein, Coolabilities* is a term used to promote advocacy on behalf of individuals who are gifted with enhanced abilities and strengths that co-occur with disabling conditions, such as Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, OCD, Tourette and more. What if we looked at digital privacy through these different and unique lenses that Coolabilities can offer – creating wild new possibilities, connections, and opportunities for all on the neurodivergent spectrum. This opens up the field of ideas, talent, and enterprise to those formerly excluded.
Cyndi Coon is the Founder and CEO of Laboratory5 Inc. where she is an ecosystem producer, writer, speaker, facilitator and trainer for government agencies, military, higher education, NGOs and nonprofits. She is a subject matter expert in information shaping, Futurecasting and Threatcasting. Cyndi Coon serves as the Producing Director at Applied Futures Lab, Chief of Staff at the Threatcasting Lab, Producing Director at the Weaponized Narrative Initiative. She is on the board of directors People Centered Internet. Cyndi is the co-author of Threatcasting (Morgan & Claypool 2022) and the author of Thrive! Creative’s Guidebook to Professional Tenacity (Cognella, 2019). She is a speaker on the topics of Coolabilities, human ecosystems, inclusion, information shaping, Threatcasting, Futurecasting, Science Futures, and Creative Entrepreneurship. She has decades of experience as a facilitator and speaker.