Category: Speaking EngagementsPage 2 of 2
I had the opportunity to co-present Network Society on Day Zero of NetHui 2015 on 08 July. This presentation was done in Te Reo Māori and…
I partnered with The Innovation Liberation Front on a 3-part workshop to help jumpstart the New Zealand Roadless Economy. My talk focused on giving an understanding of the field, what the trends are and what potential applications exist with the current technology horizons.
In March 2015, I spoke at AUT COLAB about the emergence of the New Zealand Roadless Economy.
I was invited to speak at the 2014 CI Forum in Auckland. I shared my insights on designing corporate training of CI Tools.
During August and September 2014, I will be part of the 2014 Mentors for LifeHack LABS in Wellington, New Zealand. Lifehack Labs 2014 is 5 week design-led bootcamp…
I’ve been invited to speak at the June meeting of the Auckland Chapter of Junior Chamber International (JCI).
In June 2013, I was invited by IBM to be part of a panel for applications of IBM Watson in Australasia.
The first week of June 2013, I had the honor of traveling to Sydney, Australia for the AMP Amplify Ideas Festival.
The internal event at AMP focuses on bringing innovation and insights into the latest global trends in finance, markets and thought leadership.
I participated in the Falling Walls Lab 2011 and presented MATTERNET as part of the 2011 Falling Walls Conference in Berlin, Germany.
I participated in Autodesk’s IDEAS, an exclusive gathering of thought leaders for the purpose of exploring design—as a systematic approach to problem-solving and innovation, encompassing form, function, and performance—and its impact on corporate and societal success.
Ocean is a design collaborative at Sea. In this talk at Harvard, I spoke about the plan, how we are structuring the organization and the initiatives we are undertaking, such as IamOcean.org
My talk focused on a project that I was part of in Ecuador through my semester aboard The Scholar Ship. The academic week in Ecuador was supported by UNICEF and UNDP.