Morgan holds her BS in Computer Science from the University of California, Los Angeles. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, movies and music festivals.
Ryan Matsumoto | Google Cloud Developer Advocate | Google Cloud
Ryan works as a Developer Advocate at Google, where he engage with the external developer community interested in learning about Google Cloud. He is a member of the Online Content & Experiments team - we create amazing online content (e.g. videos, blog posts, podcasts, codelabs etc.) to help developers learn about Google Cloud. He is also very involved in our Education Outreach efforts (including tech talks, workshops, and hackathons) to help student developers learn about cloud computing
Charlie Stein-Cohen | Founder & CEO | Net2Work
Charlie Stein-Cohen is a tech entrepreneur and the founder of Net2Work and the Net2Work Foundation, a digital technology platform focused on youth career access and empowerment. Pursuit of Net2Work's mission has seen her work hand in hand with a number of London's inner-city schools and colleges. This work has been primarily geared towards setting up meaningful career preparation initiatives within their school curriculum.
She has generated broad support from UK businesses, government agencies in the effort. A regular public speaker about these topics, she is a passionate advocate of technological innovation as an agent of social impact and driver of greater career mobility amongst young people.
IAlvaro spends his life finding and testing better ways of learning that help people develop new skills. That's my main interest and purpose. At Minds Studio, he applies +10 years of experience leading EdTech projects to design education solutions for companies working on upskilling projects.
Alberto is the co-founder at Transcend Network - supporting startup founders building the future of learning and work. Transcend Network runs a remote fellowship for early-stage founders all over the globe, having graduated 19 founders from 12 countries, and investing in 7 founders' startups along the way.