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- Andy Carvin Senior product manager, NPR Community, NPR Digital Media
- Josh Bernoff Senior VP, Idea Development Forrester Research (www.forrester.com) Co-author of Groundswell
- Manuel Hernandez President, Diabetes Hands Foundation www.tudiabetes.com www.estudiabetes.com
- Amy Worley Director of Digital Marketing, H&R Block, Digital Tax Solutions
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