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Former Head of News, Government, & Elections at Twitter

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  • Local: $10,001 - $20,000*
  • US East: $10,001 - $20,000*
  • US West: $20,001 - $35,000*
  • Europe: $20,001 - $35,000*
  • Asia: $35,001 - $55,000*
Called "the human embodiment of Twitter" by The New York Times, Adam Sharp has forged a distinctive career of more than twenty years at the intersection of media, technology, and politics. Sharp joined Twitter in November 2010 as its first hire in Washington, DC. From 2010 through 2016, Sharp was Head of News, Government, and Elections at Twitter, advising and driving creative uses of Twitter by journalists and news organizations, government officials and agencies, and political candidates and campaigns worldwide. He led the platform’s approach to the 2012 and 2016 US and more than a dozen international elections during his tenure. He was also director of media partnerships and worked closely with the media, government, and political candidates that wanted to make use of Twitter. Sharp became the longest-serving member of the company’s global media team, and its most visible broadcast spokesperson.

President & Managing Partner, The Stagwell Group

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  • Local: $20,001 - $35,000*
  • US East: $35,001 - $55,000*
  • US West: $35,001 - $55,000*
  • Europe: $55,001 - $75,000*
  • Asia: $75,001 and up*
Mark Penn’s career spans 40 years in market-research, advertising, public relations, polling, and consulting, and he has advised top world leaders, led companies, and written best-selling books. Currently, Penn is the president and managing partner of The Stagwell Group, a private equity fund that invests in marketing services companies and reinvents the traditional holding company model. Before founding The Stagwell Group, he served in senior executive positions at Microsoft, where as executive vice president and chief strategy officer, he was responsible for working on core strategic issues across the company, blending data-analytics with creativity to help set the company on a new course.

Founder & Editor-in-Chief at About Time Magazine

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  • Local: Under $10,000*
  • US East: Under $10,000*
  • US West: Under $10,000*
  • Europe: Under $10,000*
  • Asia: Under $10,000*
Angelica Malin is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief at About Time Magazine, an inspiring young entrepreneur, social media influencer and event host. She’s the founder of About Time Magazine, a London lifestyle website dedicated to finding everything it's 'about time you tried' in London and beyond. Straight out of university, Angelica was inspired by the boom in the digital space to create her own magazine - the site has grown to become one of the UK's leading lifestyle websites, reaching 85,000 monthly users, 160,000-page views in 180 countries worldwide, with a global reach of more than 100,000 followers on social media. Angelica launched the site straight out of university and it has grown to a team of 90 writers globally, with her own social following of over 50k on Twitter. Angelica has been listed as one of the top 23 female entrepreneurs under 30 by ELLE magazine, top young entrepreneurs in the UK by startups.co.uk and featured in the Evening Standard, the Guardian and the Telegraph. Earlier this year, she launched About Tomorrow 2018: A Festival of Women - a series of 10 sell-out events throughout, aiming to highlight the work of female entrepreneurs and inspire the next generation of female leaders and About the Future: A Festival of Entrepreneurship.

National Digital Roundtable Chairman, Social Driver Co-Founder, & LGBT Business Leader

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  • Local: Under $10,000*
  • US East: $10,001 - $20,000*
  • US West: $10,001 - $20,000*
  • Europe: $10,001 - $20,000*
  • Asia: $10,001 - $20,000*
In an era of digital transformation and disruption, Anthony Shop is a refreshing optimist and proven innovator in the field of digital and social media. As a convener, entrepreneur and educator, Anthony champions a digital mindset to create bottom-up strategies that unleash the energy in people. He has demonstrated that by putting people before technology, organizations can achieve results that seemed unimaginable a few short years ago.
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