Blockchain Pilot to Production: Consumer Goods, Real Estate, and Healthcare...

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To continue our series on Blockchain Pilot to Production, we’ll take a deeper look at companies using the blockchain to track transactions and assets. We’ll hear from entrepreneurs and advisors in Healthcare, Real Estate and Consumer Brands on their journeys pilot to production. We’ll discuss the industry specific issues, organizational alignment, and partner and customer communication needed to make blockchain deployments successful. Thank you to our sponsor for this event, Target!

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Teresa Grobecker

Teresa Grobecker is a CEO of two portfolio companies and an equity partner at USCG. Teresa is CEO of Real Estate Consortia (REC) which has the patent pending blockchain title token for every piece of real estate in the United States. REC is part of National Association of Realtors REACH 2019. Teresa founded Grobecker Holland International, the first online real estate brokerage in San Francisco, in 2012. In June 2018, Teresa merged GHI into US Capital Global, an investment bank where she also performs investment banking duties.

Daisy Ozim

Daisy is a founding director of the Blockchain for Social Justice collective. A platform designed to promote education and access of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency for marginalized communities. Daisy has worked to support the inclusion of women in the blockchain ecosystem through her tireless advocacy efforts and is now working on statewide efforts to establish blockchain policy and education for policy and economic development organizations. She is an advocate for self-care and wellness for women experiencing burnout in the tech space and has spoken at conferences such as Tech Intersections, Youth, Tech and Health, DISCON and more.

Danny Brown

Danny Brown Wolf is the Head of Partnerships at Orbs, a public blockchain infrastructure designed for businesses looking at trust as a competitive strategy. She was formerly the decentralisation Director for Cool Cousin, a travel-tech start- crowned by the New York Times, L.A Times, The Guardian and National Geographic as a “must app for travelers”. Her background is in Policy and International Affairs, having worked at the United Nations, the Israeli Parliament, as the Director of Policy at the IDC's Abba Eban Institute, and on projects dedicated to capacity-building of the Palestinian hi-tech industry and peace-building between Israelis and Palestinians through hi-tech initiatives. At Orbs, Danny also works on product strategy and strategic partnerships, and as an advisor to the Hexa Foundation, Orbs' social impact and education arm.

Cecily Mak

Cecily Mak is a Venture Partner with ConsenSys, a global blockchain technology company building the infrastructure, applications, and practices to enable a decentralized world, where she performs a blend of operations, strategic partnerships, and start-up strategy and relations work. She previously served as Chief Business and Legal Officer at Flipboard (2012-2018) and SVP & General Counsel at Rhapsody/Napster (2004-2012). She has been teaching Digital Media Law at UC Hastings since 2006 and also serves as an advisory board member/CEO coach to several media and technology start-ups around the world.


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