Equity Crowdfunding

Tuesday, September 29
9:30 AM –10:30 AM

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Joshua Resnick

Parallel Flight
Joshua Resnick began his career in Alaska developing high efficiency drivetrains for fishing vessels, and teaching in rural communities. Following this, he led system architecture for the Tesla Semi Truck program.

In 2018 he co-founded Parallel Flight Technologies, which is developing heavy-lift autonomous systems for firefighting, search-and-rescue, construction, and agriculture applications.

Christine Outram

Inventor and award-winning designer. Named a Top 100 IOT thinker and one of the '36 most creative women' by Business Insider. Expert at seamlessly blending product, technology, and marketing to launch and grow impactful companies.

Currently CEO of Everydae.

Best known for inventing the electric bike - The Copenhagen Wheel - a TIME Magazine Best Invention, now on sale at superpedestrian.com. Regular speaker at SXSW and other tech conferences. Former design & innovation columnist for Inc.com and judge for Core 77 Design Awards. Tweeting @EdTechFuturist.

Hillary Talbot

Sail Community Capital
Hillary founded Sail Community Capital, where she could express her authentic inner self as a community capital advocate and local investor.

Sail helps startups and small businesses, select a crowdfunding platform, build their debt or equity offering and market their raise. Additionally, Hillary is creating a coalition of community local investors. inception to hypergrowth opportunities.

Eric recently launched and is Co-Host and Producer of Bathtime 2 BoardroomTM, a Podcast focused on working parents or parents to be and how they balance work, life and the challenges that come with it.

Jonny Price

Jonny is originally from the UK, where he started his career in strategy consulting with Oliver Wyman. In 2011, he joined the non-profit Kiva.org as the Founder and Director of its U.S. lending division, leading that team for seven years.

In early 2018, he joined Wefunder (a PBC and B Corp) as Director of Business Development. His primary role is recruiting great companies that are excited to use crowdfunding to raise capital and gain customers.

He serves on the Federal Reserve Board's Community Advisory Council, and has a degree in History from the University of Cambridge. His proudest accomplishment is to be the dad of Felicity and Carlyle.


Krishan Arora

Arora Project
Krishan Arora is the Founder & CEO of The Arora Project, a crowdfunding and product launchpad agency with one goal in mind: To help entrepreneurs fundraise for and scale their businesses. The Arora Project has raised over $75+ Million for high-growth ventures around the world.

Krishan graduated from Harvard with a concentration in Economics and has since gained over a decade of experience in product launches, crowdfunding, and growth marketing. Krishan’s core expertise is in scaling up innovative ventures and initiatives across industries by creating and converting global online communities (with an emphasis on data-driven decision making).

To date, the campaigns Krishan and his team have led have reached hundreds of millions of people around the world and have generated tens of millions of dollars via crowdfunding & growth marketing.

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