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Rob Asghar
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Los Angeles, CA
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Expertise:
International Affairs Social Science

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Rob Asghar

Politics & Management Writer
USC Center on Public Diplomacy
Rob Asghar is a USC expert on public diplomacy, international affairs (especially involving the Middle East and South Asia) and leadership and management issues.


Armen Berjikly
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San Francisco, CA
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Technology Business

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Armen Berjikly

CEO, Founder, Experience Project
Experience Project
Founder & CEO of the web’s largest anonymous community, Armen Berjikly is an expert in using technology to connect people who can help each other. He has expertise in the impact of web socializing and the future of the internet.


Darcy Eikenberg
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Atlanta, GA
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Expertise:
Business Lifestyle

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Darcy Eikenberg, ACC

Founder & Chief Creative Officer
RedCapeRevolution.com
The author of "Bring Your Superpowers to Work: Your Guide to More Clarity, Confidence & Control," Darcy Eikenberg brings a fresh voice and real-world perspective to today's growing need to create career success on our own terms and to find more life at work. As the founder and chief content officer of career and success site RedCapeRevolution.com, Darcy is a great source for articles on: * Career growth and success * Managing career and workplace change * Increasing happiness at work * Building confidence at work * Increasing employee, team, and personal engagement. Darcy is a frequent blogger and can also contribute posts, video, or audio enhancement for your publication's needs. She is an experienced Skype broadcaster and travels frequently, so is happy to consider your location-based needs. She is based within a 15-minute drive of all Atlanta-area major network studios.


Kenan Jarboe
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Washington, DC
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Expertise:
Economy Media & Communications

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Kenan Jarboe, PhD

President
Athena Alliance
Even before the Great Recession, the economic rules had shifted. The knowledge economy/intangible economy is already here. Information, knowledge and other intangibles now power economic prosperity and wealth creation. Intangible assets – worker skills and know-how, informal relationships that feed creativity and new ideas, high-performance work organizations, formal intellectual property, brand names – are the new keys to competitive advantage. Intangibles and information drive our innovation process, a combination of formal research and informal creativity. These elements combine to produce productivity and improvement gains needed to maintain prosperity. Ken Jarboe, head of the Washington, D.C.-based think tank Athena Alliance, can discuss how the structure of the economy has changed and how public policy is not coping with those changes.


Bill Pitkin
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Los Angeles, CA
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Expertise:
Social Science Philanthropy

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Bill Pitkin, PhD

Director of Domestic Programs
Conrad H. Hilton Foundation
As Director of Domestic Programs with the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Bill Pitkin can discuss topics ranging from social planning, homelessness, housing affordability, poverty, and philanthropy.


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