Emily Chang is the author of the bestseller Brotopia: Breaking Up the Boys’ Club of Silicon Valley and anchor of Bloomberg Technology, a live daily show about technology, innovation, and the future of business at 2 p.m. PT/5 p.m. ET. She is also the host of Studio 1.0, an in-depth interview show, where she speaks to influencers in tech and media. While Bloomberg Technology covers news of the day, Studio 1.0 brings newsmakers to life in long-form.
Before joining Bloomberg, Emily was an international correspondent for CNN based in Beijing and London. She has won five regional Emmy awards for her reporting. She is a graduate of Harvard University and lives in San Francisco with her husband and three children.
Sharon Steed is a corporate empathy and communications consultant as well as an international keynote speaker. Sharon is a subject matter expert on communicating with empathy. She has spoken at companies on improving team communication and collaboration and at tech conferences on vulnerability as an asset; and she’s given a TEDx talk on empowering insecurities. A lifelong stutterer, she uses her speech impediment to teach both what empathy is and how to be empathetic. Sharon’s course Communicating With Empathy is available on both LinkedIn Learning and Lynda.com. She lives in Pittsburgh.
Katy Tynan is a bestselling author and an internationally recognized expert on the evolution of work. In a world where 70 percent of employees are disengaged, she helps organizations ditch out-of-date management practices and create an inspiring, engaging culture.
Throughout her 20-year career in IT and operations consulting, Katy has advised hundreds of organizations on how to find innovative solutions that leverage technology and human capital for competitive advantage. She has been part of multiple successful startups, including Winphoria Networks (acquired by Motorola in 2003) and Thrive Networks (acquired by Staples in 2007).
Katy is managing director of Liteskip Consulting Group, a talent strategy consulting firm located in Boston. She is the author of the ATD Press book How Did I Not See This Coming? A New Manager’s Guide to Avoiding Total Disaster and Survive Your Promotion! The 90 Day Success Plan for New Managers.
Dr. Wendy Walsh is North America's thought leader on relationships, breaking down the psychology of sex, love, gender roles, divorce, parenting, and other human behaviors. In 2017, she was recognized as one of Time magazine’s Silence Breakers/Person of the Year for her role in speaking out about sexual harassment at Fox News.
Dr. Walsh appears on CNN every week, speaking on topics ranging from building stronger relationships with friends and family to creating long-term, mutually satisfying relationships in the business world with clients and colleagues, Dr. Walsh’s honest―and humorous―talks put audiences instantly at ease.
In addition to her work with CNN, Dr. Walsh is also the host of Investigation Discovery network's popular series, Happily Never After, where she guides viewers through the sometimes-treacherous side of love, and she is the resident expert at DatingAdvice.com. Dr. Walsh brought her trademark no-holds-barred style to season four of The Doctors. She has appeared on The Today Show, The CBS Early Show, Good Morning America, The Ricki Lake Show and The View. To date, Dr. Walsh has written three books, including The Boyfriend Test, The Girlfriend Test, and The 30-Day Love Detox. Dr. Walsh also regularly blogs on numerous relationship sites, including DatingAdvice.com, AskMen.com, MomLogic.com, SheKnows.com, TheDoctorsTV.com, and Dating.Mating.Relating.com.
Dr. Walsh also lectures on evolutionary psychology and human mating strategies at California State University Channel Islands. She holds a BA in journalism, a master’s degree in psychology, and a PhD in clinical psychology.