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Ariel Muller

Managing Director, Asia, Forum for the Future
Ariel Muller

Ariel Muller leads the growth of Forum for the Future’s work in Asia Pacific, working with partners going beyond compliance and pioneering leadership in sustainability. She will be talking to us about using design futures to change how we think about change, with a focus on systemic change for the food system value chain in Asia Pacific. Her work touches on supply chain management, logistics, systems thinking—all to craft new solutions for invisible colonial systems.

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Aza Raskin

Cofounder - Earth Species Project and the Center for Humane Technology
Aza Raskin

Aza is the cofounder of Earth Species Project, an open-source collaborative nonprofit dedicated to decoding animal communication. He is also the co-founder of the Center for Humane Technology and is the co-host for the popular podcast Your Undivided Attention.

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David Brin

Scientist and science fiction author
David Brin

David Brin is a physicist whose novels include The Postman, Earth, and recently Existence. The Transparent Society (nonfiction) won the ALA Freedom of Speech Award.

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Mel MacCoubrey

Associate Creative Director, Cloud Chamber
Mel MacCoubrey

I started his career as an interactive designer, and have an MA in Multimedia from Cal State East Bay. I transitioned into interaction design while working at UC Berkeley and never looked back. I am a former IxDA Board Member and was co-chair for Interaction12. In my spare time I like to sing and walk my dog (sometimes at the same time).

Odile Joanette

Indigenous Canadian activist Member of the Innue community of Pessamit, Quebec's North Coast
Odile Joanette

Odile Joannette is a unifier. She uses her voice to uphold and promote the rights of Indigenous Peoples and strives to break the barriers of accessibility, promote Indigenous resurgence and increase Indigenous social and societal participation. Passionate, resilient and dedicated, she works toward building bridges between Peoples, Nations and generations. Her ease and ability to explain indigenous values, issues and realities, effectively raises awareness, mobilizes and inspires people to work towards changes and decolonization.

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Webster

Hip-hop artist and Historian
Webster

Webster is a Quebec-born hip-hop artist and historian of Senegalese and Quebecois descent. An activist and historian, he lectures on the history of the Afro-descendant presence and slavery in Canada. Webster has been a pioneer of the Quebec hip-hop movement for the past 20 years and has written several books.

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