RE-INVENTING WHAT IT MEANS TO MAKE

How is technology changing creative industries within lifestyle categories like home, food, fashion and health? Join us at Re:Make, a new experience designed to connect makers of all types — artisans, chefs, designers, developers and inventors — with one another. Come to connect, learn, and discuss how digital innovations are revolutionizing the way we make.

CONVERSATIONS WITH MAKERS

Friday, October 4 | 10.30am - 7:45pm

Fort Mason Festival Pavilion: Marina Blvd, San Francisco (map)
by invitation only. request an invite here.

JOIN US AND OTHER CREATIVE LEADERS FOR AN INTIMATE CONVERSATION
ABOUT HOW TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING CREATIVE INDUSTRIES.

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Chris Anderson

Chris Anderson

Chris Anderson is the CEO of 3D Robotics and founder of DIY Drones. From 2001 through 2012 I was the Editor in Chief of Wired Magazine. Before Wired he was with The Economist for seven years in London, Hong Kong and New York in various positions, ranging from Technology Editor to US Business Editor.

Chris is the author of the New York Times bestselling books The Long Tail and Free as well as the new Makers: The New Industrial Revolution.

Awards include: Editor of the Year by Ad Age (2005). Named to the "Time 100," the newsmagazine's list of the 100 most influential people in the world (2007). Loeb Award for Business Book of the Year (2007). Wired named Magazine of the Decade by AdWeek for my tenure (2009). Time Magazine's Tech 40 -- The Most Influential Minds In Technology (2013).

He founded GeekDad, BookTour and a few other companies now lost in the mists of time.

His background is in science, starting with studying physics and doing research at Los Alamos and culminating in six years at the two leading scientific journals, Nature and Science.

In Chris's misspent youth he was a bit player in the DC punk scene and amusingly, a band called REM.

Chris lives in Berkeley, California with his wife & kids.

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Ayah Bdeir

Ayah Bdeir

Ayah Bdeir, founder and CEO of littleBits, is an engineer, and one of the leaders of the Maker movement. Ayah’s career and education have centered on advancing open source hardware to make education and innovation more accessible to people around the world. She is a co-founder of the Open Hardware Summit, an alumna of the MIT Media Lab and a TED Senior Fellow (her TED talk "building blocks that blink, beep and teach" has over 700k views).

Recently Bdeir has been named no.33 on FastCompany's Most Creative People in Business for 2013 and littleBits has been named as one of CNN’s top 10 Emerging Startups to watch and won over 18 toy and education awards. Originally from Lebanon and Canada, Ayah now lives in New York City.

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Maxine (Kaye) Bédat

Maxine (Kaye) Bédat

Maxine (Kaye) Bédat is the co-founder of Zady.com, a shopping platform and lifestyle destination for the next generation of consumers who care about the origins of the items they purchase. What Whole Foods has done for the organic food movement, ZADY will do for sourced products. ZADY is amongst the first online retailers to seamlessly integrate commerce, rich media content and social media to provide customers with a dynamic shopping experience. On Zady, customers can learn about the conscious consumer movement and purchase beautiful goods that were created with craftsmanship and artisanship – qualities that have been sacrificed in a world of cheap prices and fast production.

With a background in diplomacy and the United Nations, in 2010 while in law school, Maxine established The Bootstrap Project, an organization dedicated to changing the lives of artisans in developing countries. The origin of The Bootstrap Project began one year earlier, when Maxine was clerking in Tanzania for the United Nation’s International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, the court that prosecutes those responsible for the genocide. Maxine used her free time in Africa to explore, hoping to deepen her understanding of economic development.

On one excursion, she went to the country of Swaziland. There, she came across Thembenkile, a local craftswoman who made beautiful, meticulously carved wooden dishes. Thembenkile told Maxine how she learned the craft from her father who in turn had learned it from his. She told the story of her family and five grown children: only two had jobs, none were following the family trade, all were living in . Maxine asked why she was not passing down her unique skills. “No one will buy my things,” she said. “My people can only pay for plastic that comes to us from far away, so my kids don’t have a reason to learn.” From this encounter, The Bootstrap Project was born.

Since then, The Bootstrap Project has become a platform for enterprising artisans to learn knew skills, expand their businesses, share their customs and traditions, and revive the world's most beautiful crafts. Five percent of proceeds from every sale on Zady.com and ZADY’s iPad application will benefit The Bootstrap Project.

Maxine received her Juris Doctorate degree with honors from Columbia Law School. She lives in New York City with her husband Stéphane.

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Yves Behar

Yves Behar

Yves Behar is a design entrepreneur who believes that holistic product, digital, and brand design are cornerstones of any business. He is the founder and CEO of fuseproject, a design and branding firm he established in 1999. He is also Chief Creative Officer at Jawbone, where for the last 11 years his products, brand and communications work has helped the company become a leader in wearable and audio consumer electronics. Jawbone won a 2010 IDSA Design of the Decade Award. Behar is also the Creative Co-Founder of OUYA, an open sourced gaming platform, and is Co-founder of start-up August, a next generation home entry system.

Behar believes that design should be a force for positive social and environmental change. He is well known for his humanitarian work on projects such as One Laptop Per Child, which has given 2.5 million laptop to children in developing countries, and See Better to Learn Better which distributes free corrective eyewear to schoolchildren in Mexico and California. For each of these he was honored with the INDEX award, making him the only designer to have received the award twice.

His other collaborations with renowned partners such as Herman Miller, GE, Puma, PayPal, SodaStream, Samsung, Issey Miyake, Prada, Nivea and many others have received international acclaim. Behar's works are included in the permanent collections of museums worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Centre Pompidou and the Art Institute of Chicago. Behar is a frequent speaker on design, sustainability and business topics; he has given talks at TED, the World Economic Forum in Davos, and the Clinton Global Initiative. Behar is currently the artist trustee of the Board of Directors of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, has garnered over 200 awards, and was named a Top 25 Visionary by TIME Magazine.

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Aaron De Simone

Aaron De Simone

Aaron De Simone is the lead designer at Brit + Co, and curator of I Heart Luxe a weekly email newsletter that covers fashion, design, lifestyle, food and travel. He is a highly influential pinner, and a recognized trendspotter by the likes of Dwell Magazine, and the Huffington Post. Originally from British Columbia, Canada, he recently moved to San Francisco to follow his passion of discovery and sharing.

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Bridget Dolan

Bridget Dolan

Bridget Dolan is Sephora’s Vice President of Digital Marketing where she runs social media, mobile, digital store experience and business development. Bridget has led Sephora's direct marketing efforts for the last 12 years, launching social site features such as Ratings & Reviews, BeautyTalk, SephoraTV and Pinterest, as well as expanding Sephora’s social presence and engagement in Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, and Instagram. Bridget is driving the vision for Sephora’s mobile strategy, for which Sephora secured the top spot in L2’s first Prestige Mobile IQ report.

Prior to Sephora, Bridget directed online marketing at Eve.com, an early beauty start-up, and at the Left Field agency driving online advertising for clients such as Amazon, drugstore.com and Hotmail. Before she crossed into the online sector, Bridget worked in brand management for Castrol Sports, pioneering a co-branded line with Trek bicycles. Bridget started her career in marketing and research for Walgreens, testing store concepts and forecasting sales for the chain. She holds a BS in Accounting and an MBA in Marketing.

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Susan Feldman

Susan Feldman

Susan Feldman is the co-founder and chief merchandising officer of One Kings Lane. In addition to overseeing all buying and merchandising, she travels the world in search of exciting and unique products. Susan has been featured in Vanity Fair’s 2012 "New Establishment" list and has appeared on The Martha Stewart Show and in many magazines, including House Beautiful, HGTV Magazine, and InStyle as a home decor and lifestyle trends expert.

Prior to One Kings Lane, she held executive positions at Ralph Lauren Swimwear, Polo Jeans, Warnaco/Authentic Fitness Corp., and Liz Claiborne. A native New Yorker, Susan has an MBA from UCLA and a BA from Stanford University. She lives in the Hollywood Hills with her family and loves to decorate with mementos from her travels.

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Jordan Ferney

Jordan Ferney

Jordan Ferney is the founder and editor at Oh Happy Day, a design and lifestyle blog known for it's original and fun DIY projects and party ideas. Jordan was named one of Time Magazines's top 30 Pinners of 2013 and her work has been featured in The San Francisco Chronicle, Sunset Magazine, Parenting Magazine, Martha Stewart Living Magazine, Real Simple Magazine, Budget Living, The Knot Magazine, and Anthology Magazine. Jordan likes to spend time taking pictures in her vintage photobooth and spending time with her family in San Francisco.

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Caitlin Flemming

Caitlin Flemming

Caitlin Flemming is a designer and stylist living and working in San Francisco, California. She's the founder of the lifestyle and interior design blog Sacramento Street. Sacramento Street launched in May 2009, with the desire to create a space that inspired readers with daily posts on interiors, style, travel, photography and anything that comes Caitlin's way. In her spare time, she's traveling the world and streets of San Francisco looking for the latest inspirational finds.

Her exposure to high-end interior design built her eye to what it is today. Caitlin's work combines her love of mixing old with new. Her clean, crisp and layered aesthetic embodies each project she designs.

Her projects have been recognized by editors at Rue Magazine, 7x7 Magazine, and the San Francisco Chronicle. Sacramento Street has also been featured and highlighted in Elle Décor, HGTV, Apartment Therapy, the Wall Street Journal, and most recently as one of Gwyneth Paltrow's favorite sites on her website Goop.com. She was also named as one of San Francisco's "Design Bloggers to Watch" by the San Francisco Chronicle.

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Jesse Genet

Jesse Genet

Jesse Genet is the founder of Lumi and the maker of Inkodye, a light-sensitive dye for fabric. Using Inkodye, Lumi is pioneering a new DIY process for printing clothing and textiles using the sunlight in your own backyard. Now 25, Jesse has been developing and using the Lumi printing process since she was 16 years old. She studied Product Design at Art Center College of Design and lives and works out of her loft at The Brewery near Downtown Los Angeles

A crowdfunding success story, Lumi has been been profiled in The Economist, TechCrunch, CNN and Forbes and now Lumi products can be purchased in over 600 retail stores and from the Lumi iPhone app.

Lumi mainly sells DIY kits and supplies to individual Makers worldwide, but has also worked with clients such as Puma, Junk Food Apparel, Invisible Children, Summit Series and Cisco Home Furniture using the Lumi process to design limited run collections or host collaborative workshop experienc

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Emily Henderson

Emily Henderson

Emily Henderson is a home style expert, TV host and designer of Secrets from a Stylist and blogger at the daily style blog, www.stylebyemilyhenderson.com. She believes that every room is soulless without something vintage and that houses are like people - the imperfect, quirky and weird are always more fun to be around then the chick/house that tries to be perfect. Perfection is boring; lets get weird.

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Katie Hintz-Zambrano

Katie Hintz-Zambrano

Katie Hintz-Zambrano is the Senior West Coast Editor of Refinery29. Before moving to the Bay Area, Katie logged in nearly a decade in New York, working for Details and Marie Claire and serving as a freelance writer for sites and glossies such as Style.com, Vogue.com, ELLE.com, NYMag.com's The Cut, StyleList.com, New York Magazine, Nylon, i-D, ESPN The Magazine, and many others. She joined Refinery29 in 2011, as the founding editor of the San Francisco site.

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Kacie Hultgren

Kacie Hultgren

Kacie Hultgren is more commonly known as PrettySmallThings in the 3D printing universe. She is a scenic designer in the theatre industry, and was profiled in Stage Directions, Wired, and CNN for her work using 3D printing to create scale set models. Kacie is known for sharing her delicate designs online under creative commons licenses, and as an educator helping other designers bring their work to life through 3D printing.

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Jennifer Hyman

Jennifer Hyman

Jennifer Hyman is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Rent the Runway, a business that has transformed the retail industry by making designer dress and accessory rentals a convenient and accessible luxury experience for millions of women. Since Rent the Runway's launch in November 2009, Jennifer has managed all areas of the business including technology, fashion, sales, marketing, operations, customer service and team management, while also serving as a company spokesperson. Most well-known within the entrepreneurial and fashion communities for her unmatched marketing abilities, Jennifer was named as the Chief Marketing Officer of Fortune magazine's "Executive Dream Team."

Jennifer has been honored with numerous recognitions including Fortune Magazine's "Trailblazers 2013," "Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs," and "40 Under 40"; Forbes Magazine's "Disruptors 2013"; Crain's New York Business "40 Under 40"; Inc. Magazine's "Top 30 Under 30"; Fast Company's "Most Influential Women in Technology"; and Fashionista.com's "Most Influential People in New York Fashion." She has also appeared as a guest on NBC's Today Show and ABC's Good Morning America, among many others.

Jennifer co-founded Rent the Runway with her Harvard Business School classmate Jennifer Fleiss. The company has received approximately $54 million in venture capital from Bain Capital Ventures, Highland Capital, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Condé Nast's parent company Advance Publications, American Express and Novel TMT Ventures. With over 3.5 million members, 200 employees and over 175 designer brands, Rent the Runway is pioneering an apparel business in the new sharing economy with the overall mission to democratize luxury for women everywhere.

Prior to Rent the Runway, Jennifer was the Director of Business Development at IMG where she focused on the creation of new media businesses for IMG's Fashion Division. She also ran an online advertising sales team at WeddingChannel.com and was an in-house entrepreneur at Starwood Hotels, creating Starwood's first wedding business which was recognized on the Oprah Winfrey Show for its innovation.

Jennifer received her BA from Harvard University and MBA from Harvard Business School. She currently resides in New York City where she is a Bloomberg Fellow, a TechStars mentor, and a member of both the Entreprenuership Board at the Fashion Institute of Technology and the Women in Business Board at Harvard University.

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Mikkel Holm Jensen

Mikkel Holm Jensen

Mikkel Holm Jensen the Technology Scout and Concept Design Manager at LEGO Future Lab - The front-end department of LEGO focusing on developing radically new play experiences.

Previous projects include LEGO Life of George - an award winning app game that inspires kids to build and create more through a series of fun construction challenges.

Mikkel has a background in Industrial Design and Engineering.

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Susan Gregg Koger

Susan Gregg Koger

Susan Gregg Koger is the chief creative officer and co-founder of ModCloth, an e-tailer known for its innovative social shopping experience, vintage-inspired apparel and décor, and wide range of styles from independent designers. In 2013, ModCloth was recognized as one of Fast Company's "Most Innovative Companies" and Susan was listed in Forbes' "30 Under 30."

ModCloth has also been recognized for its high level of customer engagement via site features including Be the Buyer, an interactive program where users are invited to vote on which samples ModCloth should carry, and Make the Cut, a crowdsourced design contest that fields customer-generated clothing designs, which are then produced and sold on the site.

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Jess Lee

Jess Lee

Jess Lee is CEO and Co-Founder of Polyvore. Prior to co-founding Polyvore, Jess was a product manager at Google, where she worked on Google Maps and launched features like My Maps and draggable driving directions.

Jess has a degree in computer science from Stanford University.

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Jessica Lessin

Jessica Lessin

Jessica Lessin is the founder and editor-in-chief of a new technology news publication launching in the coming months. She is starting the new venture, which will be targeted at professionals, after eight years as an award-winning reporter and editor for the Wall Street Journal.

Jessica broke a string of major tech and media stories as The Journal's beat reporter for Apple, Google and other leading companies. She wrote nearly 1,000 articles for the paper, including a technology column called The Valley.

Recently, she has broken stories on Apple's development of a less expensive iPhone, a smaller iPad, the company's television strategy and other Silicon Valley deals. She has appeared on CNBC, NPR, CNN and programs including PBS's The Charlie Rose Show.

Jessica has also served as deputy bureau chief of the Wall Street Journal's media bureau and as a reporter in the paper�s New York technology and economics bureaus. She was part of the team of reporters that was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize for a 2011 series on digital privacy. The team won a 2011 public service award from the Society of Professional Journalists for the same series.

Jessica graduated from Harvard University in 2005 and lives in San Francisco.

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Christine Martinez

Christine Martinez

Christine Martinez has won widespread acclaim for her ability to find up and coming designers and tastemakers and bring them to the forefront. In 2008, she opened LAMA (Latin America in the Modern Age), a commerce business specializing in home decor and gift items from independent Latino designers. LAMA was named "Our new favorite website" by Lucky Magazine in 2009, and received a "Sweetest Thing" nomination for best home decor by DailyCandy and "Most Innovative Business" by the city of Oakland.  Most recently she has taken on the role of Creative Director of Luvocracy.com, a startup set to change the way we shop online, and a home for web influencers to monetize the fabulous product recommendations they make everyday.

Christine was one of the first members of Pinterest and named a "Pinner to Follow" by numerous publications such as The Business Insider, The Huffington Post, Mashable, The Next Web, The International Business Times, The Daily Dot, Refinery29, DailyCandy, CNN Espanol, The Chicago Tribune, The Sydney Morning Herald, and Grazia Magazine. She has also appeared on Good Morning America and is the author of 'The Complete Idiot's Guide to Pinterest Marketing (ALPHA, December 2012). In the past two years, Christine has partnered with brands like Calypso St. Barth, Banana Republic, Cole Haan, India Hicks, Rachel Zoe and Patron to successfully bring brand awareness to their social media channels. She lives in Oakland, CA with her high school sweetheart and husband, and their dog Miles - a social media star in his own right.

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Melody McCloskey

Melody McCloskey

Melody is the founder and CEO of StyleSeat, the largest and fastest growing online marketplace for beauty and wellness. Melody is a mentor for the Thiel Fellowship and an advisor for Stanford Business School’s Silicon Valley Project.

She was named a Silicon Valley 100 by Business Insider and Top 20 Silicon Valley Startup, and has appeared in the Washington Post, InStyle, Marie Claire and Shape magazine among others. She owns a very small dog who bosses her around much of the time.

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Michael Mina

Michael Mina

When Michael Mina began his love affair with San Francisco, the earth moved. Literally. On his second day in the City, the Loma Prieta earthquake struck, but the 22-year-old chef was unfazed; he’d been given the opportunity of a lifetime to help design an upscale seafood restaurant from scratch, and he threw himself into it heart and soul.

The now legendary Aqua opened to widespread acclaim in 1991 and quickly became a destination restaurant in a city that knows a thing or two about food. And Michael Mina’s reputation as one of the culinary world’s most innovative and talented chefs was born.

Now, 20 years and 19 restaurants later, the award-winning chef and restaurateur is bringing back the magic that made Aqua one of San Francisco’s top restaurants. He has opened the eponymous Michael Mina in Aqua’s former location — for him, hallowed ground.

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Aubrie Pagano

Aubrie Pagano

Aubrie Pagano is founder and CEO of Bow & Drape, the e-clothier that is re-inventing fashion. Bow & Drape allows you to forget mass-produced style and instead customize your clothing to be perfect for you. For her work with Bow & Drape, she has been featured in Techcrunch, Mashable, Fast Company, Teen Vogue, Daily Candy and on ABC.

Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, Aubrie was a Management Consultant at Fidelity Investments, and Director of Strategy and Planning at Emily Muller Apparel. She holds a BA in American History & Literature from Harvard ('08) and began her first business when she was six.

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Michelle Phan

Michelle Phan

Michelle Phan is a young digital pioneer, who trail-blazed her way in the world of fashion & beauty on YouTube.With a growing global community of over 4.7 million, Michelle's videos have been viewed more than 780 million times, making her one of the most watched talents in the digital space. She is an award-winning content creator who produces, directs, stars in and edits all of her own work, and has releasedover 270 videos since 2007. Her unprecedented, signature video style - clean, artful, and expertly edited, with clear, easy-to-follow titles and voiceover instruction - helped solidify her position as the #1 Beauty Guru and the 2nd most subscribed female on YouTube.

Michelle is the Founder & Executive Producer for FAWN (For All Women Network), a women's lifestyle network specializing in the development of female-focused premium content. She also co-founded Ipsy, the online leader in inspiration commerce. In August 2013, em michelle phan launched. Em is the first makeup line co-created by Michelle Phan and her community of beauty enthusiasts.

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Jonathan Pogash

Jonathan Pogash

Jonathan Pogash, "The Cocktail Guru," (www.thecocktailguru.com) is one of the most premiere cocktail consultants and bartenders for restaurants and spirit companies. His signature cocktails can be seen and enjoyed in many of North America’s most upscale cocktail lounges and restaurants. With nearly 15 years experience in the hospitality industry, Jonathan shares his insights with the most influential publications from around the world, and contributes his unique talents to morning television shows and national radio. As the in-house mixologist for NBC’s “Weekend Today in New York,” Jonathan is able to “spread the good word…one cocktail at a time.”

Just as an Executive Chef may work their way up through the ranks “behind the line,” Jonathan has worked his way up from being a barback at The Russian Tea Room in NYC, to Owner and President of “The Cocktail Guru, Inc.,” a well-respected, full service beverage consulting firm. Jonathan was trained by cocktail luminaries Steve Olson, Gary Regan, and Albert Trummer. Throughout the years, a style emerged – that of a career bartender interested in studying technique, cocktail history, fresh ingredients, and seasonality. His inspiration lies in unique ingredients and ensuring that every beverage program he creates remains consistent and thrives throughout the years.

In addition, Jonathan and his Cocktail Guru team offer bartender services for special events, mixology classes and demonstrations, and signature drink development for weddings and occasions. The Cocktail Guru’s sister site, Wedding Cocktail Design, was created specifically for that couple-to-be seeking a unique specialty cocktail for their wedding.  The Cocktail Guru, Inc.'s main offices are located in Boston, MA and New York, NY.

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Isaiah Saxon

Isaiah Saxon

Isaiah Saxon is the Co-Founder and Chief Creative of DIY.org, the popular online community for kids that is often called "21st Century Scouting".

Isaiah is a film director in the team Encyclopedia Pictura, who's music videos for Bjork, Grizzly Bear, and others have won numerous international awards. EP is currently developing an animated feature film called "DIY" that aims to be a heroic myth for the maker movement.

In 2009, Isaiah co-founded and helped construct a physical community of farmers, artists, and technologists in the Santa Cruz Mountains called Trout Gulch.

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Rena Tom

Rena Tom is the founder of Makeshift Society, a coworking space and clubhouse for creative freelancers in San Francisco (and soon to be in Brooklyn). She is also Market Editor at Anthology Magazine and a business strategist who consults with product designers on the intricacies of boutique retail. Previously, she owned Rare Device, a boutique and art gallery in New York and San Francisco. Rena and her various businesses have been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Lucky, Real Simple, Food and Wine and Martha Stewart Weddings.

Rena has also operated a successful jewelry design and invitation design business; during the first Web boom, she was a web content management consultant. She is deeply involved in many different communities - maker, designer, entrepreneur - in an effort to support creativity and doing what you love. She lives in San Francisco.

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Randi Zuckerberg

Randi Zuckerberg

Randi Zuckerberg is the founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media and Editor-in-Chief of Dot Complicated, a newsletter and website helping us navigate and "untangle" our wired, wonderful lives. This fall, she will release her first books with HarperCollins, an adult non-fiction book also titled Dot Complicated, which addresses the multifaceted complications of our socially transparent world, and a children's picture book.

As an early executive at Facebook, Randi created and ran the social media pioneer's marketing programs. She led the company's U.S. election and international politics strategy and created Facebook's live streaming initiatives during the 2008 Presidential Inauguration. Randi was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2011 for her innovative coverage of the 2010 mid-term elections that integrated online and TV coverage in unique formats.

Since starting Zuckerberg Media, Randi has produced shows and digital content for BeachMint, The Clinton Global Initiative, Cirque du Soleil, the United Nations, Conde Nast and Bravo, and has a wide range of projects in the works.

Day 1 Agenda

  • 10:00

    Registration & Coffee

  • 10:30

    WELCOME

    Welcome: Why Making Matters
    Brit Morin of Brit + Co.

  • 11:00

    MORNING KEYNOTE

    The Maker Movement: The Next Industrial Revolution Is Here
    Chris Anderson of 3D Robotics with special guest Kacie Hultgren of Pretty Small Things

  • 11:30

    Welcome to the Pinternet: Meet the Pinterest Superstars

    Aaron De Simone of Brit + Co. (Luxe, 2.1 million followers)
    Caitlin Flemming of Sacramento Street (Caitlin Flemming, 4.1 million followers)
    Christine Martinez author of "The Complete Idiots Guide to Pinterest Marketing" (Chrisem, 5.6 million followers)
    Rena Tom of Makeshift Society (Reebob, 1.2 million followers)

  • 12:00

    INVENTOR CHAT

    Ayah Bdeir of littleBits

  • 12:15

    KIDS + TECH

    From Blocks To Circuits, Growing The Next Generation Of Makers
    Ayah Bdeir of littleBits
    Isaiah Saxon of DIY.org
    Mikkel Jensen of LEGO
    Jordan Ferney of Oh Happy Day

  • 12:45

    Let's do lunch

  • 1:45

    FIRESIDE CHAT

    Michelle Phan of FAWN and Brit Morin of Brit + Co.

  • 2:15

    HOME + TECH

    Making a House a Home
    Emily Henderson of StyleByEmilyHenderson.com
    Susan Feldman of One Kings Lane
    Jessica Lessin of Stealth Technology Publication
    Yves Behar of Jawbone, August and Soil IQ

  • 2:45

    INVENTOR CHAT

    Jesse Genet of Lumi

  • 3:00

    Food demo

    The Culinary Creator
    Michael Mina of Mina Group...with samples for the audience included (yum!)

  • 4:00

    PROJECT BREAK

  • 4:45

    BEAUTY + TECH

    The Power of Self Transformation
    Bridget Dolan of Sephora
    Melody McCloskey of StyleSeat
    Katie Hintz-Zambrano of Refinery29

  • 5:05

    FASHION + TECH

    Creative Expression in a Fast Fashion Era
    Jess Lee of Polyvore
    Maxine Bédat of Zady
    Susan Gregg Koger of ModCloth
    Jennifer Hyman of Rent the Runway
    Aubrie Pagano of Bow & Drape

  • 5:35

    FIRESIDE CHAT

    It's Dot Complicated: A Guide to Navigating the Digital World
    Randi Zuckerberg of Zuckerberg Media and Brit Morin of Brit + Co.

  • 6:15

    cocktail demo

    Shake It Up: Mixing Cocktails That Are To DIY For
    Jonathan Pogash of The Cocktail Guru... with drinks for the audience included

  • 6:45

    cocktail hour

Artisan Showcase

Saturday, October 5 | 11am - 5pm

Fort Mason Festival Pavilion: Marina Blvd, San Francisco (map)
Free and open to the general public! register here.

JOIN US AT FORT MASON ON DAY TWO OF RE:MAKE TO SHOP FROM NEARLY 100 LOCAL MAKERS
AND ATTEND FREE HANDS-ON DIY WORKSHOPS. FUN FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AGES!

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