Catherine Pelonero is a true crime author and commentator. Her first book, Kitty Genovese: A True Account of a Public Murder and Its Private Consequences, was published in 2014 and became a New York Times bestseller. She appears on several true crime TV shows including A Crime to Remember, It Takes a Killer, and Murderous Affairs. Catherine’s latest book, Absolute Madness: A True Story of a Serial Killer, Race, and a City Divided, was published in November 2017 and was recently optioned for film.
Samuel West is a clinical psychologist with a PhD in Organizational Psychology. He is the founder and curator of the Museum of Failure. The museum’s message is that an acceptance of failure is essential for all innovation and that organizations need to improve their willingness to learn from failure. The collection consists of over a hundred failed innovations including tech, food, business models and some stupid products that should never have made it past the brainstorming sessions. The museum has locations in Sweden and in Los Angeles, and the traveling exhibit is on global tour. Samuel is American-Icelandic and lives in Sweden.
A self-taught businessman, founder of over 14 companies, 40 under 40, and CEO of GenM, Moe is on a mission to transform education from the ground up. He is inspired by the hidden potential in relationships between students and business and wants to unlock that potential.
Boston-born, Canadian-based, actor, writer and comic, Bernard Robichaud, known to fans worldwide as Cyrus, the gun toting, drug dealing nemesis from the hit television series Trailer Park Boys, started his life in the spotlight as a sought after model.
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