Jason Feifer

Editor-in-Chief, Entrepreneur Magazine

 
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Jason Feifer is editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur magazine, and host of two podcasts: Pessimists Archive (iTunessite), about the history of unfounded fears of innovation, and Problem Solvers (iTunessite), about how entrepreneurs solve unexpected problems in their business.

He was previously an editor at Fast Company, Men's Health, Maxim, and Boston, and has written for New York, ESPN, Slate, GQ, New York Times, Washington Post, The Guardian, and others. A novel he cowrote with his wife, Mr. Nice Guy, will come out on October 16, 2018, from St. Martin's Press. Jason lives in Brooklyn, and makes viral sites such as Crossing.usHeat Fan SoundsSelfies at Funerals, and Bad NBA Songs.

He’s @heyfeifer on Twitter and Instagram.

Oliver Libby

Chair & Co-Founder, The Resolution Project

 
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Oliver Libby is the Chair and Co-Founder of The Resolution Project.  Resolution identifies and empowers undergraduate students around the world who wish to launch new social ventures, supported by Resolution’s global network of resources.  With Resolution Fellows on all six inhabited continents and across America, Resolution is building a generation of leaders with a lifelong commitment to social responsibility.  Oliver is also a founding Managing Director of Hatzimemos / Libby, a global growth catalyst firm based in New York, focusing on the energy and advanced technology sectors. Oliver serves as a Trustee of the philanthropic Harvard Club of New York Foundation and a member of the Clinton Global Initiative's LEAD program. Oliver graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University.

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Monique Coleman

Actress, Global Youth Advocate 

 
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Acting is my passion, advocacy is my purpose.
— Monique Coleman

Monique is an actor, producer, and global youth advocate. She's most recognized as Taylor Mckessie in Disney’s High School Musical franchise. However, she's known to many as the first ever United Nations Youth Champion. During The International Year of Youth, Monique organized and funded a 6-month global tour to 24 countries and raised awareness about the most pressing issues facing today's youth.

Mo balances her work in entertainment with her passion for impacting the world. She appears in the upcoming film "Steppin' Back To Love" on TV One and "Somebody’s Someone" airing on Lifetime. She's also the founder & CEO of Motivated Productions and has several exciting projects in development, including Season 1 & 2 of “GimmeMo" airing on Discovery Life this Fall. Monique is a longtime champion for "Girl Up" and is Allstate Foundation’s "Good Starts Young Ambassador".

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Dahna Goldstein

Impact Challenge Advisor

 
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Dahna Goldstein is a Bretton Woods II fellow at New America. She is a social entrepreneur and advisor to social impact organizations.

Goldstein was the founder and CEO of PhilanTech, which created PhilanTrack, an online grants management software solution designed to reduce the transaction costs of grants administration to redirect grant dollars to program and service delivery to achieve greater social impact.  When PhilanTech was acquired by Altum in 2014, Goldstein served as Director, Philanthropy Solutions at Altum.

Prior to starting PhilanTech, Goldstein worked for venture philanthropies, including Ashoka and Blue Ridge Foundation New York, and produced interactive eLearning programs for Global Education Network and Harvard Business School Publishing, including the award-winning "What Is a Leader?" program.

A graduate of Williams College, Goldstein also holds a master of education degree, with a concentration in technology, from Harvard University, and an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business. She has written extensively about the nonprofit sector, including a chapter on managing change for technology in “Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission: A Strategic Guide for Nonprofit Leaders” (Wiley 2009). 

Goldstein teaches technology entrepreneurship at Georgetown University.  She serves on nonprofit boards, including JustGive.org and ParentsTogether Action.

Goldstein was named one of Newsweek’s "13 Women Entrepreneurs to Bet On" and one of BusinessWeek’s "25 Most Promising Social Entrepreneurs."