Celia Herrera has 20+ years of experience in designing user experiences through engaging and relevant technologies. Celia has spearheaded design and development projects and teams for clients ranging from Google to PBS and The Clinton Foundation.
Ken Kantor has over 25 years of digital leadership experience in Fortune 500 companies and cutting-edge start-ups, including Time Warner, Sony Music, IBM, IAC/InterActiveCorp, NetActive, QualityHealth, GroundLink, and The New York Times.
Tom Watson is a journalist and consultant who has worked on nonprofit causes for the past decade, co-founding one of the largest philanthropic services firms in the country before spinning off CauseWired in 2008 after the publication of his book CauseWired: Plugging In, Getting Involved, Changing the World (Wiley).
Tom’s client work has included the International Center for Journalists, the United Way, the Innocence Project, the Case Foundation, the Tuskegee Airmen, Catholic Relief Services, and Christian Blind Mission International. He is a frequent speaker on the intersection of online networks and causes.
Hart Hooton's diverse publishing experiences span 25 years, beginning his career with magazine launches for Children's Television Workshop and Hearst Magazines. Hart joined Time Inc. in 1995, becoming an early innovator in web-based media.
Hart helped steward the digital fortunes of Sports Illustrated, creating and building a joint venture between CNN and Time Inc., and launching SI.com in 1997. In 2003, Hart founded Marketechnique, building a client list including some of the most respected media brands in the country: NYTimes.com, The Nation, Newspaper National Network, Reader’s Digest Interactive, Time Warner Cable, and About.com.