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  • Future of Storytelling | Contact
    FoST 2015 FoST 2014 FoST 2013 FoST 2012 Job Opportunities Future of StoryTelling Reinventing the way stories are told First Name Last Name Email Register Summit Blog Videos About FoST 2015 FoST 2014 FoST 2013 FoST 2012 Job Opportunities Contact Contact General inquiries or questions about applying can be sent to FoST via this contact form Name Email Message Mailing Address Future of StoryTelling 124 West 13th Street New York

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  • Future of Storytelling | Glen Keane: Step Into the Page
    Disney s Tarzan to name just a few The son of cartoonist Bil Keane The Family Circus Glen learned early on the importance of holding onto your childhood creativity and how art can powerfully convey emotion Keane has spent his career embracing new tools from digital environments to 3D animation to today s virtual reality which finally enables him to step into his drawings and wander freely through his imagination At FoST he ll explore how to tap into your own creativity connecting to emotion and character more directly than ever before Glen Keane s bio A thirty eight year veteran of Walt Disney Feature Animation Glen Keane is most noted for creating and animating such legendary Disney characters as Ariel in The Little Mermaid Aladdin Pocahontas the Beast from Beauty and the Beast and Tarzan Glen also served as Supervising Animator and Executive Producer on Tangled He is the recipient of the 1991 National Cartoonist Society Animation Award the 2008 Windsor McCay Award for Lifetime Achievement in Animation and the 2012 Tex Avery Award and he was a 2013 Disney Legend Award honoree for his contribution in Animation In the spring of 2012 Glen decided to leave Disney in

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  • Future of Storytelling | Jennifer Aaker: The Happiness Narrative
    discovered that happiness changes meaning in systematic ways over the course of our lives shifting every five to ten years Through experiments surveys and blog based data http wefeelfine org their research also shows that these changes are malleable Although many argue that happiness is a choice we make this work suggests that we can change our meaning of happiness and the meaning we choose can impact the choices we make This year at FoST Aaker will explore how our definition of happiness changes and how understanding this can help us rewrite our own life stories Jennifer Aaker s bio A social psychologist Jennifer Aaker studies time money and happiness focusing on questions such as What actually makes people happy as opposed to what they think makes them happy How can small acts create infectious action and how can such effects be fueled by social media Her work has been featured in a variety of media including The Economist the New York Times the Wall Street Journal NPR and Science She coauthored the award winning book The Dragonfly Effect and serves on the Advisory Board of early stage startups and companies She is the recipient of the Distinguished Scientific Achievement Award the Distinguished Teaching Award the Citibank Best Teacher Award and the George Robbins Best Teacher Award She teaches courses at Stanford University s Graduate School of Business and d school such as The Innovation Playbook Building Innovation Brands Designing Story in a Digital World and How to Tell a Story Other Information STANFORD PROFILE http www gsb stanford edu faculty research faculty jennifer lynn aaker TWITTER aaker Related Articles and Books Behavioral research on time money and happiness Millennial Searchers Esfahani Smith and Aaker New York Times OpEd The Dragonfly Effect Aaker Smith and Adler behavioral insights on harnessing

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  • Future of Storytelling | Jamie Gutfreund: Realism and Idealism
    11 world amid a challenging economy violent news stories and a chaotic media environment Generation Z looks not for perfection but for authenticity Trends that the rest of us are still adjusting to are embedded in Generation Z s DNA from a constant connection to a global world to the 24 7 coverage of social media If Generation Z can seem like a puzzle Gutfreund has cracked the solution and she s come to share Gen Z s passion in the process Jamie Gutfreund s bio As the Global CMO Jamie Gutfreund leads Wunderman s global marketing and communications initiatives Partnering with Wunderman s leadership team Jamie builds awareness of the company s unique blend of data and creativity around the world Through collaboration and innovation she forges relationships with brands that produce great results Over the span of twenty years Jamie has served as a dynamic and motivating business catalyst Most recently she was Chief Marketing Officer for Deep Focus where she oversaw development of the Cassandra Report the leading ongoing syndicated research study of young consumers A frequent public speaker Jamie s commentary on youth culture and millennial marketing strategies can be found in such publications as AdWeek

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  • Future of Storytelling | Jake Shapiro: Voices in our Heads
    this disruption as exciting and promising We ve been listening to stories from the very beginning of civilization but now smartphones have put a radio every pocket making audio storytelling more emotional educational and effective than ever before And thanks to new formats like podcasting currently having a moment we ll soon be able to more directly access and control what we listen to Crowdfunding will let us directly support it too At FoST Shapiro will be looking closely at how these forces are revolutionizing our oldest form of storytelling and how they are creating the future of podcasting Jake Shapiro s bio Jake Shapiro is founding CEO of PRX an award winning nonprofit whose mission is to deliver significant stories to millions of people Since its launch in 2003 PRX has been a leader and innovator in public media PRX programs include The Moth Radio Hour This American Life Snap Judgment Reveal 99 Invisible and the Radiotopia podcast network In 2012 Jake helped found Matter Ventures a for profit startup accelerator for mission driven media entrepreneurs Fast Company named PRX as one of the world s Top 10 Most Innovative Media Companies in 2015 Jake is an Ashoka Fellow Senior Researcher at the Berkman Center at Harvard and advisor to a number of public media organizations media funders and Internet startups Other Information PRX overview animation https vimeo com 65231514 Radiotopia from PRX http www radiotopia fm PRX Remix http www prx mx Knight Lab interview http knightlab northwestern edu 2014 11 19 shapiro Boston Globe profile https www bostonglobe com business 2015 01 11 five things you should know about jake shapiro prx sgwsEdKqAiLXHLX5PE1G8O story html Xconomy on PRX picking up This American Life http www xconomy com boston 2014 06 05 with this american life a big

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  • Future of Storytelling | Dr. Michael Wesch: Unboxing Stories
    New Guinea Wesch saw firsthand how oral storytelling worked for much of human civilization It was a group activity that rewarded participation transformed our perceptions and created a changing flow of stories across generations Reading and writing replaced oral storytelling with linear fixed stories Upon returning from Papua New Guinea Wesch created the 2007 viral video hit Web 2 0 The Machine Is Us ing Us about the Internet s effects on our culture At FoST he ll explore how our evolution from a literate culture to a digital one can return us to collaborative storytelling resulting in a more engaged participatory and connected society Dr Michael Wesch s bio Dubbed the explainer by Wired magazine Michael Wesch is a cultural anthropologist exploring the effects of new media on society and culture After two years studying the implications of writing on a remote indigenous culture in the rain forest of Papua New Guinea he has turned his attention to the effects of social media and digital technology on global society His videos on culture technology education and information have been viewed by tens of millions translated in over twenty languages and are frequently featured at international film festivals and major

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  • Future of Storytelling | Clint Smith: Beyond This Place
    at innovative program at the Massachusetts Department of Corrections Smith often confronts how we re socialized to simplify others down to their race their class or even just their worst moment The same is being done to us and thus our lives can feel riven by social divides But if we learn to tell our own stories to explore our emotions and to captivate the emotions of others we can fully engage with our shared humanity Smith s experience as a poet has made him adept at teaching these key storytelling tools which he ll be sharing at this year s FoST summit Clint Smith s bio Clint Smith is a teacher poet and doctoral candidate in Education at Harvard University with a concentration in Culture Institutions and Society He serves as a resident teaching artist in Boston Public Schools and as a writing instructor at Bay State Correctional Center in Norfolk MA His research interests include critical pedagogy mass incarceration the intersection of art and activism how literacy shapes the formation of adolescent identity and youth civic education As a poet he is a 2014 National Poetry Slam champion and an Individual World Poetry Slam Finalist He has also

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  • Future of Storytelling | Scott Dadich: Multiplatform Storytelling
    can be adapted to take advantage of each platform s strengths Dadich offers a guide to a new publishing ecosystem where web mobile tablet and print content support each other At FoST he ll discuss the importance of design in storytelling and how matching your content to your platform is a sure plan for success Scott Dadich s bio Scott Dadich was named Editor in Chief of WIRED in November 2012 He previously served as creative director from 2006 to 2010 during which he led the magazine to an unprecedented three consecutive National Magazine Awards in Design and oversaw the development of WIRED s groundbreaking iPad app Since becoming Editor in Chief Scott has spearheaded the launch of WIRED s first ever design retreat WIRED by Design held at George Lucas s Skywalker Ranch secured an exclusive interview and photo shoot with one of the world s most wanted men Edward Snowden and collaborated on special issues with both Bill Gates and Hollywood filmmaker Christopher Nolan Also with WIRED com s renewed emphasis on digital storytelling traffic to the site has grown 30 percent during his tenure Other Information Website www wired com Twitter twitter com sdadich Instagram instagram com

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