Dr. Tina Seelig – Professor at Stanford University and Author of Creativity Rules: Get Ideas Out of Your Head and into the World
Tina Seelig is a faculty director of the Stanford University Technology Ventures Program where she focuses on developing the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders. She has written several books on innovation and entrepreneurship, including What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20 (2009), inGenius (2012), and Creativity Rules (2017). Tina earned her PhD in Neuroscience at Stanford Medical School where she studied neuroplasticity, founded a multimedia company, has written two books on the chemistry of cooking, and designed a dozen science card games for kids. She has been honored with the Olympus Innovation Award, the Silicon Valley Visionary Award, and the Gordon Prize from the National Academy of Engineering, recognizing her as a national leader in engineering educational.
Kari Nissena is an award-winning American actress, and has performed extensively on both the stage and screen. Her hundreds of acting credits include film, television, theater, radio, commercials, voice-overs, and more. She has also produced dozens of films, webisodes, and other projects and events in the entertainment industry. Based on this industry expertise, she has become a speaker and business coach for actors, and she has coached thousands of actors how to get more auditions, win more work, sign with agents or managers, and get free press. Kari helps actors take control of their careers, develop a mindset for success, and get on red carpets. Kari has worked alongside and coached with some of the most respected career coaches and industry leaders in Hollywood. Her site, Actor Transformation, is committed to helping actors find success in their careers by providing industry education, motivation, and resources. Get her newsletter here!