Regine De Guzman is a computer engineering undergraduate at UCSC. Since the age of thirteen, Regine has contributed to science education and nonprofit organizations. Involvement has earned her The President's Volunteer Service Award from The U.S. White House and recognition from the U.S. House of House of Representatives. She currently volunteers as a computer science instructor for Girls Who Code, where she educates young girls about software and hardware development and women in technology.
An unapologetic idealist, Susan Olesek is a consultant and Human Potentialist, who, in 2012, founded the Enneagram Prison Project (EPP), Bay Area nonprofit offering self-awareness education and self-regulation training to the incarcerated in Santa Clara and San Mateo County jails and San Quentin State prison. Using the Enneagram, Susan delights in the facilitation of individuals, groups, and society in reaching for the highest parts of our collective selves.
Technology, which has made our lives incomparably better, is now one of the greatest threats facing humankind. Our marvelous inventions are resulting in our downfall. In short, we are undergoing a transformation/revolution that affects every aspect of our being—our brains, bodies, institutions, the entire world. Before any new technology is unleashed, it must be subject to the most rigorous audits of its human and social impacts, both positive and negative, passing audits continuously as well.
Jeff is a serial entrepreneur who has spent the past decade studying psychology and human behavior. He has addressed thousands of students and professionals nationwide on different topics in psychology. Jeff has shared his knowledge in multiple presentations to various companies such as Google, Amazon and other organizations throughout California. In addition, he appeared on TEDx in 2016. Jeff received a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from University of California, Berkeley in 2014.