Amit Joshi

IMD Business School , Switzerland
Professor of AI, Analytics and Marketing Strategy

Amit Joshi joined IMD as professor of artificial intelligence (AI), analytics, and marketing strategy. He brings extensive expertise in marketing management and strategy, advertising, digital media, data analytics, and marketing accountability to IMD. He is program director of the open program digital analytics and the director of the digital excellence diploma.

Amit regularly interacts with various corporate clients in several industries, including fintech, pharma, telecom, media, manufacturing, retailing, education, and automotive. He was previously a professor in the United States and has also worked for Cadbury India, a company that is now a part of the Mondelez International group.

Amit’s research, which focuses on long-run marketing strategy, analytics, and marketing effectiveness has been published in top journals, including Journal of Marketing, Marketing Science, Journal of Consumer Culture, and Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science. His research has twice won the MSI/H. Paul Root Award for the best paper in the Journal of Marketing (2010 and 2015), in addition to the Robert D. Buzzell Best Paper Award (2006) for the MSI publication with the most long-term impact. His dissertation won an honorable mention in the 2004 Alden G. Clayton Dissertation Proposal Competition.

His research has also been extensively covered in the popular press and media, including NPR, CNN, NBC, Fox News, Bloomberg, Investor Relations Magazine, Science Daily, and the Orlando Sentinel. Amit earned his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Pune and his post-graduate diploma in management (P.G.D.M.) from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, India. His PhD is from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.

Angela Stopper

University of California, Berkeley, USA
Director of People & Organization Development

Angela L.M. Stopper is the chief learning officer and director of people and organization development at the University of California, Berkeley. She leads the team responsible for the creation and delivery of campus-wide initiatives that support all learning efforts for the campus’s 9,000 staff and faculty administrators. She also leads organization development efforts that ensure the campus is prepared and has the workforce in place to be successful today and in the future.

Beth Davies

Tesla, USA
Former Director of Learning

For more than 25 years, Beth Davies has delivered cutting-edge talent management and learning solutions as an employee of Tesla, Microsoft, Apple, and Gap as well as a consultant for clients from startups to Fortune 500 companies. She has acquired expertise in culture-focused onboarding, leadership development, sales and product training, manufacturing training, compliance programs, media-enabled learning, and new learning technologies.

Beth serves as an advisor to EdTech startups, hosts the Career Curves podcast, and teaches in the talent development and human resources master’s program at IE University. Recognized as an industry expert, she has also been a featured speaker at conferences in the US, Singapore, Austria, Mexico, Colombia, and the United Arab Emirates.

Beth earned a bachelor’s degree at Indiana University (IU) and a law degree from Stanford University. In 2016, IU named her a luminary as a distinguished alumna, an honor bestowed on just 12 people before her.

Chien-Yung Ma

Solar Applied Materials Technology Corp., Taiwan

Chein-Yung Ma graduated from Chung Cheng Institute of Technology with a bachelor of mechanical engineering degree, National Taiwan University with a master of institute of materials engineering degree, and University of Stuttgart with a PhD in materials.

He has 20 years of experience in R&D with National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology and was hired as general manager to assist in technology development and improvement with Solar Applied Materials Technology Corp.

2016, lack of internal management and fraud of financial report along with other incidents lead to the consequence of compulsory delisting. Entrusted in the critical moment, Chein-Yung was appointed as the chairman. Working with perseverance and keen strategic vision, he promoted the company’s four development periods, resolved the company’s debt issue, and resumed stock trading.

Under the leadership of Chein-Yung, the company went back on track and even explored brand new business opportunities. Finally, the losses were converted into profits, and Solar Applied Materials Technology Corp. regained its glory.

Cindy Huggett

Cindy Huggett Consulting, USA
Principal Consultant

Cindy Huggett, CPTD, has vast experience in the virtual classroom: She’s the author of four books on virtual training, including Virtual Training Tools and Templates and The Virtual Training Guidebook. Cindy partners with organizations to help them transition to online learning and teaches trainers how to effectively facilitate online. She’s a past member of ATD’s global board of directors and was one of the first to earn the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) credential. You can find Cindy sharing training resources via Twitter (@cindyhugg) and on her website,

Claudia Wu

Trend Micro Inc., Taiwan
Senior Vice President of HR in Trend Micro Inc., responsible for Corp & AMEA region.

Claudia Wu initiates and leads the global HR team to implement people and culture strategy at Trend Micro, a company of more than 6,500 employees across more than 60 countries. She drives HR operations aligning business directions and achieving business outcomes and participates in corporate strategy development and execution. She is a key advisor to the CEO and an active member of the executive team. In recent digital transformation, she partnered with the executive team to facilitate organization transformation across all regions. Through her sound business insights and her acumen to culture differences and business challenges, Claudia is a master at organization change and development and a trusted member on Trend Micro’s executive team.

Deborah L. Ancona

MIT Sloan School of Management, USA
Seley Distinguished Professor of Management

Deborah Ancona is the Seley distinguished professor of management, a professor of organization studies, and the founder of the MIT Leadership Center at the MIT Sloan School of Management.

Her pioneering research into how successful teams operate has highlighted the critical importance of managing outside, as well as inside, the team’s boundary. This research directly led to the concept of xTEAMS as a vehicle for driving innovation within large organizations. Deborah’s work also focuses on the concept of nimble and on the development of research-based tools, practices, and teaching/coaching models that enable organizations to foster creative leadership at every level.

She is the author of the book, X-Teams: How to Build Teams That Lead, Innovate, and Succeed and the related articles, “In Praise of the Incomplete Leader” and “Nimble Leadership: Walking the Line Between Creativity and Chaos.” In addition to X-Teams, her studies of team performance have also been published in the Administrative Science Quarterly, the Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, and the MIT Sloan Management Review. Her previous book, Managing for the Future: Organizational Behavior and Processes, centers on the skills and processes needed in today’s diverse and changing organization. Ancona has served as a consultant on leadership and innovation to companies such as Bristol-Myers Squibb, BI,Takeda, Li & Fung, OCP, Accenture, YPO, and the International Development Bank.

Ancona holds a BA and an MS in psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and a PhD in management from Columbia University.

Declan Noone

IE School, Spain
Professor of Human Sciences and Technology

Declan Noone is a advocate, consultant, and publisher located in Dublin, Ireland. He co-founded Serrano 99 Management Consulting and Positive and Mindful Leader magazine.

Since 2015, Declan has been a co-founder and partner in his professional services company Serrano 99, and has worked with clients such as Wizz Air, Uber, Representative Association of Commissioned Officers, and Sport Zone in areas such as strategy development, organizational change, leadership education and development, and team alignment.

As a business they provide strategic facilitation—consulting, coaching, and education—to help teams, companies, and organizations to perform, grow, and improve. Therefore, their clients are able to achieve their strategic goals through the use of their own skills and strengths, so that they can seize market opportunities. Declan’s company uses extraordinary frameworks—based on the newest in positive psychology, behavioral science, and mindfulness—to bring out the best in clients and help them see new and organic solutions to old problems.

Driving his passion for positive and mindful leadership is Declan’s grounding as a senior military officer, with more than 20 years of military service. His own leadership and organizational experiences fuel his desire to encourage a paradigm shift in leadership development and education, and the importance of building positive, generative, and performing organizations.

Master’s in positive leadership and strategy, IE School of Human Sciences and Technology, Spain
Master’s in international relations, Dublin City University, Ireland
B.Sc. (Gen), National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland
Honors graduate junior command and staff course, Irish Military College, Ireland

Denise Hemke

Workday, USA
General Manager, Analytics

As General Manager of Analytics, Denise is responsible for the analytics portfolio across Workday including core reporting, benchmarks, Prism Analytics, People Analytics and the engine for high volume applications such as the Accounting Center.
Prior to this role, she ran Product Management & Strategy for Workday Analytics. Denise brings a relentless focus on customer success, adoption, and building the right product for our customers’ needs. She’s been building enterprise products for the last 20 years in a variety of different industries.
Denise came to Workday via the Platfora acquisition, building an end-to-end BI platform that enabled self-service access for business analysts at petabyte scale data. Prior to that, Denise was in Development at Salesforce, HSBC, & AT&T.

Ethan Sanders

Sundial Learning Systems, USA
President and CEO

Ethan Sanders is the president and CEO of Sundial Learning Systems, a consulting and instructional design firm based in the United States. Prior to this position, Ethan was a senior fellow in ICF’s organizational research, learning, and performance group, serving as a thought leader in the practice of human performance improvement, leadership development, performance management, and strategic planning. He has provided consulting services to clients in the public, nonprofit, military, and private sectors for more than 25 years. His leadership experience includes operating his own instructional design firm, directing a team of performance consultants for the US Navy, and managing instructional design and competency research for the largest nonprofit organization for talent development professionals. Ethan is a nationally recognized speaker who has published numerous books and articles on topics related to workplace learning and performance. He is also a performance technologist certified through the International Society for Performance Improvement. In addition, Ethan is the recipient of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) President’s Award for Outstanding Achievement as well as the US Navy’s Meritorious Service Award. In 2019, Ethan and his team at AARP won The BEST Award from the Association for Talent Development for outstanding management of a learning function. Ethan has been a faculty member of ATD for more than 20 years and an associate professor at the University of Maryland for 10 years. He regularly presents at workplace learning and performance conferences around the world.

Gabriele Metz

Ericsson, UAE
Global Head of Leadership Transformation

Gabriele Metz is a certified organization and relationship systems coach with more than 20 years of work experience in various HR functions and industries in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

In her role as global head of leadership transformation with Ericsson, she is leading the global transformation of the company’s culture transformation journey. This CEO-driven strategic project touches all 100,000 Ericsson employees and the success of this project has led Gabriele to being recognized as one of the company’s top 130 most impactful employees in 2020.

Gabriele lives by her purpose to “help people find their wings so that they can enjoy the freedom of choice.”

Gina Jeneroux

Bank of Montreal, Canada
Chief Learning Officer

Gina Jeneroux is a business-focused professional who is on a mission to change how people learn, and how they prepare for the future – starting now. Through a career spanning more than 30 years, Gina has developed deep experience in frontline banking, human-centered design, learning and development, and strategies and solutions that make an impact.

As chief learning officer at BMO Financial Group, Gina leads the company’s focus on advancing performance through learning. She is accountable for enterprise skills and learning strategies and learning design, operations, and governance. She leads a diverse team of professionals who support all the ways employees learn: for their job, career, personal interests, and to prepare for the future. Gina also manages BMO’s corporate university, BMO IFL—the Institute for Learning—in Toronto, Canada, and learning sites in Chicago, Illinois, and Montreal, Canada.

Gina holds an MBA in financial services from Dalhousie University, and she is a fellow of the Institute of Canadian Bankers. She is an active member of the World Economic Forum’s “reskilling revolution” and a board member for the Students Commission of Canada. She sits on advisory boards for various learning and technology companies and professional networks.

Hong Wu

IBM Taiwan, Taiwan
General Manager, IBM Consulting, Taiwan

Hong Wu is the general manager of IBM Taiwan Global Business Services (GBS). He is leading the team to move the business forward into new growth areas such as digital transformation, omni-channel customer experience design, data governance and data fabric, AI and RPA, core banking transformation, smart manufacturing, and ERP/CRM/HCM SaaS transformation, to bring greater values and insights to clients.

With more than 18 years of professional experience and knowledge in consulting, Hong worked in various leadership positions before he became the leader of GBS Taiwan in 2019. During this time, he helped drive large-scale transformation across leading banks in Taiwan and earned many recognitions, such as Best of IBM and IBM Taiwan Value Role Model.

Hong holds a bachelor’s degree in information management and an MBA from the Pennsylvania State University.

James Chien

MAYO Human Capital Inc., Taiwan

With more than 15 years of practical experience in the field of human resources, he is now currently the founder of MAYO Human Capital.

Specialized in the fields of information technology and human resource management, the company is dedicated to applying technological diversity to human resource management, encouraging companies to face the importance and realize the value of human capital.

Before founding MAYO, he served as the HR director of TSMC, Foxconn Technology, Motech Industries, Innolux, Sinyi Realty, MediaTek and GLOBAL UNICHIP. In 2013, he established MAYO Human Capital to promote human capital and Welfare Commission platform.

Jason Wang

SAP, Taiwan
Human Experience Management Taiwan Sales Director

Jason Wang is the HR solution leader of SAP Taiwan and is responsible for the strategic planning, business development, and operations of SAP SuccessFactors in Taiwan. With more than 15 years of experience in enterprise management software and cloud applications, he has built rich and diverse technical and management expertise in leading multinational companies, serving customers of all business types from start-ups to large enterprises.

Jason is committed to driving cutting-edge technologies such as cloud computing and artificial intelligence, especially in human resources, to bring management change and accelerate innovation to all types of enterprises.

Jessie Chuang

Wise Ocean, USA

With a master’s degree in electrical and electronics engineering from Chiao-Tung University, Jessie Chuang has been through different job roles such as an R&D manager in the semiconductor industry and as an international corporate consultant. Currently she is the co-chair of IC Industry Consortium on Learning Engineering (IEEE ICICLE), a partner with Wise Ocean, and a startup mentor at Expara. She studies technology innovations and how enterprises innovate, connect global networks to help build strategic partnerships, and accelerate innovations.

Ken Phillips

Phillips Associates, USA

Ken is founder and CEO of Phillips Associates and the creator and chief architect of the predictive learning analytics (PLA) learning evaluation methodology. He has more than 30 years of experience designing learning instruments and assessments and has authored more than a dozen learning instruments. He regularly speaks to Association for Talent Development (ATD) groups, corporate L&D groups, and university classes. He has presented at the ATD International Conference & EXPO and the Annual Training Conference & Expo on topics related to measurement and evaluation of learning.

Before pursuing a PhD in the combined fields of organization behavior and educational administration at Northwestern University, Ken held management positions with two colleges and two national corporations. He has written articles that have appeared in TD magazine, Training Industry magazine, and Training Today magazine. He’s also a contributing author to five books in the L&D field and the ATD TD at Work issue “Evaluating Learning With Predictive Learning Analytics.”

Ken earned the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP, now CPTD) credential from ATD in 2006 as a pilot pioneer and was recertified in 2009, 2012, 2015, 2018, and 2021.

Kevin Oakes

Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), USA
CEO and Cofounder

Kevin Oakes is the CEO and founder of the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), the world’s leading human capital research firm focusing on people practices that drive high performance. Kevin is the author of Culture Renovation, released in January 2021 and is currently on the board of directors or advisory board of: Performitiv, Guild Education, EdCast, and Sanctuary. He is also on the board of Best Buddies Washington and helped establish the first office for Best Buddies in the state in 2019.

K.K. Lee

King Yuan Electronics Co. Ltd., Taiwan
Administration Center/ Senior Vice President

King Yuan Electronics Co. Ltd. (KYEC) has built a well-balanced training system in talent development among its staff. We also emphasize learning from the predecessors and combine industry and academic. That’s how we can strengthen our personnel training’s system.

Senior Vice President K.K. Lee believes KYEC can move toward a better future if it keeps talent development employees working within the organization. K.K. Lee has led the team to promote Continual Improvement Program(CIP) for more than 10 consecutive years. During this time, he has continued to improve every activity and proactively participated in public competitions to motivate all staff members to improve themselves.

KYEC sees the promotion of high-quality manpower as a crucial mission. That is why the company pushes the team to achieve so many milestones. In 2016, KYEC won the National Talent Development Award from the Ministry of Labor. It was the first company in semiconductor testing industry to accomplish that. KYEC has also started to promote the Talent Quality-management System(TTQS) quality certification system and won the TTQS quality management certification gold medal of the Workforce Development Agency for five consecutive years.

Konrad Young

National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Adjunct Professor

Konrad Young has been in the semiconductor industry for 31+ years since his Ph.D. degree from the University of California, Berkeley in 1986.

He is the angel investor and senior management consultant to a start-up software consulting company, LeadBest Consulting Group. He also teaches a leadership course at the National Taiwan University.

He retired in June 2018 from TSMC, a world-leading foundry company, with 20+-year experiences (1998-2018). He was an R&D director to develop many generations of CMOS advanced logic technology, develop many RD talents, as well as the key architect to establish the TSMC R&D infrastructure/systems, so that TSMC could follow Moore’s Law to continue the sub-10nm technology development. He also worked at the TSMC North America Sales Organization from 2006-2011 as a Field Technical Support director to co-work with key customers as well as the leading University in the semiconductor research area. Prior to joining TSMC, he was a Fab director at another Taiwanese foundry company WSMC, an R&D deputy director at the Winbond Electronics, and a Fab senior manager at the Chartered Semiconductor, Singapore. His jobs in US from 1986 to 1994 include a senior member of technical staff at the Hewlett Packard IC Business Division and a research staff at the MIT Lincoln Laboratory.

During his career, he had published more than 80 technical papers and been awarded a few patents. He received the 2003 National Outstanding Scientific and Technology Talent Award and the 2004 National Industrial Innovation Award in Taiwan.

His vision is to be a human ecologist because he treasures each individual’s noble values, inspires each individual’s unique and rich potential, and creates an environment that is suitable for people to learn and grow.

He also created a special innovative, fault-tolerant research and development environment and culture at TSMC, having trained young talents directly from school into the workplace to become the leaders of research and development organization.

Matt Paese

Development Dimensions International (DDI), USA
Senior Vice President, Executive Services

Matthew Paese leads DDI’s executive services business, where he is a central architect of business services for executives. His solutions have been applied in leading organizations across the globe.

With more than 25 years of experience working with executives through all sorts of business challenges, Matthew brings countless stories of C-level success and failure and insight from comparative data and research to help boards, CEOs, and senior teams carve pathways to success.

Having seen many great leaders and teams in action, Matthew combines experience, humility, careful listening, and deep respect for the unique nature of each person, culture, and business context.

Matthew is a prolific speaker for organizations including The Conference Board, SIOP, ATD, and SHRM. He is the co-author of the book Leaders Ready Now: Accelerating Growth in a Faster World (2016) and its predecessor, Grow Your Own Leaders (2002).

Paulene Chong

China Metallurgical Group Corporation (MCC Group), Singapore
HR Manager

As a certified IHRP–Certificate Professional (IHRP-CP), Paulene Chong has more than 14 years in the building and development industry as a hands-on human resource professional responsible for the HR spectrum from hire to retirement, including putting learning priority in company culture, engaging with the workforce, and implementing HR best practices to the organization. She oversees HR management for Singapore, Cambodia, Indonesia, and Malaysia of China Metallurgical Group Corporation.

With her team, she positions herself as a business partner, involves the business at strategic and operational levels to resolve business issues, and grows the digitalization organization yet homely culture. She also makes herself an employee partner, providing opportunities for employees to become the best version of themselves.

Philip Hsi

Former HR Project Director in Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, Taiwan

Philip Hsi is a skilled HR and L&D professional with more than 30 years of experience. He was management training manager, personnel manager in Philips Electronics Taiwan; VP of Harvard Management Services; chief editor of Management Magazine; L&D director, HR VP of FarEasTone Telecommunications, and L&D director, HR project director in Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company. He is also a trainer and action learning coach certified by the World Institute for Action Learning (WIAL).

His experience in HR leads him to dedicate in facilitating the complicated and subtle organization-people relationships to achieve organizational performance. As an L&D professional, he helps organizations and individuals to increase potential for high performance by diagnosis development needs, design and deliver integrated L&D solutions. He teaches leadership skills, presentation, problem solving and decision making, teamworking, change management, and personal effectiveness.

Philip is now serving as a member of council of Chinese Human Resources Management Association based in Taiwan.

Shih-Mo Leu

Chunghwa Telecom, Taiwan
Vice President of Human Resource

Shih-Mo Leu is HR VP of Chunghwa Telecom (CHT), the largest integrated telecommunication service provider in Taiwan. She has more than 40 years of experience in HR business partnering, talent acquisition, and earning and development. Chunghwa Telecom is in her current role as the head of HR at CHT, she is dedicated to promoting core value, maintaining good relationships with labor unions, and developing HR systems to meet the needs of multiple generations in the workplace.

Shun-Chin Lee

CPC Corporation, Taiwan, Taiwan
President and Acting Chairman of the Board

Shun-Chin Lee earned a degree in chemical engineering from National Central University and has served CPC Corporation, Taiwan for more than 40 years. In January 2018, he took over as president, and in February 2021, he began serving as acting chairman of the board.

Facing domestic and foreign political and economic situations, dramatic changes in the energy industry environment, and various environmental protection issues that are highly concerning, the operating environment of CPC will become more difficult. In line with the national policies and the company’s six development strategies, Shun-Chin continues to improve industrial safety and environmental protection, strengthen manpower selection and training, build a functional map of various levels of supervisors, promote international cooperation, expand the scope of operations globally, contribute to the company’s sustainable development by drawing up a blueprint, and maintain CPC as an eternal energy (positive energy) supplier.

Sriram Rajan

Novartis, India
Head of Novartis Learning Institute, India

Sriram Rajan is a passionate Talent & OD Leader. With 20 years of experience across industries and geographies, he has lead teams in organizations like Deloitte Consulting, Deutsche Bank & HP. In his current role with Novartis, he heads the Novartis Learning Institute for India. From managing scales for organizations with an employee base of 35,000 people, to impacting critical business metrics around people engagement, Sriram has a wealth of experience across all critical functions of the HR/ Human Capital Engine.

A Performance & Leadership Coach, Sriram was felicitated as the MEA HR Professional of the Year in Nov 2017.His work around C-Suite leadership and culture development won the Top award across the MEA region in 2017. A Keynote speaker at regional and global forums, some of his other recognitions include work he’s done around digitizing & establishing innovative people development practices.

Thomas Mayes

Novartis, Japan
Head of Novartis Learning Institute, Japan

Thomas Mayes, MBA, is passionate about people development. He is always looking for new ways to help people realize their purpose and create a world that works better. Thomas practices his craft as head of the Novartis Learning Institute Japan and previously did so at Chugai Pharmaceuticals (Roche Group), the British Council, and Kyoto Prefecture. He is fascinated by learning, leadership, and sustainability. Thomas is an introvert-extrovert who feels equally energized in large groups of people and when alone. He most enjoys time in the mountains where he can be at one with nature. Thomas is an avid sports fan (football, sumo, rugby, cricket) and practices running and cycling.

Tim Kuei

PwC Taiwan, Taiwan
People and Organization Services, Managing Director

Tim Kuei is a management consultant with more than 25 years of business, management, consulting, and public speaking experience. He is a managing director of people and organization services and merger & acquistion integration services at PwC Taiwan.

Tim has helped global and local businesses across various industries maximize their impact, particularly in corporate strategy development and implementation, talent and leadership development, integrated human resource management, strategic compensation and benefits design for high-performing organizations, employee settlement, and post-merger integration services.

Previously, Tim worked for DHL International and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) , and as a senior consultant at Deloitte Singapore. He holds an MBA from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and a master of law degree from the College of Law, National Chengchi University, with a BBA from the National Taiwan University.

Yu-kai Chou

HTC, Taiwan
Head of Digital Commerce

Yu-kai Chou is an Author and International Keynote Speaker on Gamification and Behavioral Design. He currently operates as the Head of Digital Commerce for HTC/VIVE to educate the world about VR Headsets and Experiences.

Yu-kai is the Original Creator of the Octalysis Framework, and the author of Actionable Gamification: Beyond Points, Badges, and Leaderboards. He is the Founding Partner and Chief Creation Officer of The Octalysis Group, and the Chief Mentor of Octalysis Prime, a Gamified Mentorship Platform. Yu-kai has been a regular speaker/lecturer on gamification and motivation worldwide, including at organizations like Stanford University, Google, Tesla, IDEO LEGO, BCG, Turkish Airline, the governments of UK, Singapore, South Korea, Kingdom of Bahrain, and many more. His design work has empowered over 1 Billion users’ experiences across the world.

Yu-kai was one of the earliest pioneers in Gamification, starting his work in the industry in 2003. In 2015, Yu-kai was rated #1 among the “Gamification Gurus Power 100” by RISE, and was also awarded the “Gamification Guru of the Year” Award in 2014, 2015 and 2017 by the World Gamification Congress and the Gamification Europe Conference. He has helped a variety of companies, from seed stage startups to Fortune 500 companies such as LEGO, Uber, Volkswagen/Porsche, Sberbank, eBay, Fidelity Investments, AIG Japan, Verizon, and more. His work has also been featured in Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Business Insider,The World Journal, PBS, NBC, and many more.

Previously, Yu-kai was the Chief Experience Officer of the Blockchain company Decentral, working with the Co-Founder of Ethereum Anthony Di Iorio to create delightful Blockchain experiences. Yu-kai sits as a Board Advisor for many organizations and companies through out North America, Europe, and Asia, including (crowdfunding site for young entrepreneurs), Capfields (IT Sourcing company based in Luxembourg), DreamsCloud (biggest company that gathers dreams), Ongo (gamified health platform), BALANCE Edutainment (creators of Pacha’s Pajamas), Loki Studios (creators of Geomon and sold to a Yahoo), Clade (crowd funding platform for the super class), and many more.

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