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Former White House Press Secretary & NBC/MSNBC Political Analyst

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From town hall meetings on the campaign trail in Iowa to private meetings in the Oval Office, Josh Earnest spent a decade advising and advocating for President Obama. Today, he takes audiences behind the scenes and offers his engaging and honest analysis of the current (and future) political landscape.

Chief Scientist, Obama for America

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Co-Founder, Edgeflip Computation Institute & Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago Rayid Ghani, the chief scientist at Obama for America, played a groundbreaking role in the 2012 campaign. Focusing on analytics, technology, and data, he used tools to motivate people’s offline actions. Data-driven insights were used to galvanize the campaign and predict voters’ views. Before that, Ghani worked at Accenture Technology Labs for 10 years as a research scientist and the director of analytics research. One of the leading experts in this field, he addresses how data, analytics, and communications advances can be used to influence and change consumer behavior.

CEO, Female Factor Corp.

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Female Factor springs from the extensive research of CEO Bridget Brennan, a pioneer in marketing and selling to women. She is the author of the acclaimed book Why She Buys: The New Strategy for Reaching the World's Most Powerful Consumers (Crown Business, 2009), and one of the world’s most popular speakers on this subject. Her book was called “essential reading” by The Wall Street Journal, “required reading for anyone burdened with a Y chromosome” by Fortune Small Business, and named a "Top 10 Marketing Book of 2009" by MediaTrust. A recipient of numerous industry awards, Brennan was named U.S. Public Relations Agency Practitioner of the Year by PR NEWS for her work in applying gender psychology to communications.
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