Robin is an in-house lawyer for a publicly-traded northwest technology company. Her practice focuses on commercial matters, intellectual property, employment issues, advertising law, and legal issues related to product development and offshore sourcing.
Laury Bryant has over 20 years experience in public relations/public affairs. In Seattle’s tech heyday, she led the early communications work at Aldus Corporation (now Adobe Systems) followed by Waggener Edstrom. She launched Lucas Bryant and Berg (LB2), which served as the first communications counsel to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation during its start-up phase as the Gates Library Foundation in the late ‘90s.
David A. Dickinson, MA, has over 35 years’ experience in behavioral health, working in clinical service delivery as a counselor, program manager and agency director, as well as serving in leadership positions in state government in Kansas and Washington. His clinical career also included service delivery in California, Colorado, and Oregon. Prior to his current position, David served as the director of the Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR) in the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services.
Ivan is a brand builder, marketer, and creator at the intersection of tech and culture—helping launch and grow brands at the forefront of media innovation. Having been personally affected by suicide, his healing process inspired him to use his experience and insight for good, engaging our community to shed the taboo associated with suicide and helping other survivors heal.
Larry is an attorney with over 20 years experience in the finance and legal industries. He currently serves as general counsel and chief compliance officer for a Seattle-based investment firm. His practice is primarily focused on legal and regulatory matters related to investment funds, asset managers and private and public investments.
Lynn served 18 years in the Washington State House of Representatives; for twelve of those years, she was House Majority Leader receiving the Excellence in State Legislative Leadership Award 2010. She is a former small-business owner and the executive director of the United Way of Grays Harbor.
Elizabeth McCauley, PhD, ABPP, is Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington (UW), with adjunct appointments in Psychology and Pediatrics, and Interim Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Her clinical and research work focuses on the development and treatment of depression and suicidality in young people. She has developed and tested a number of prevention and intervention strategies, including leading a project funded by the National Institutes of Mental Health to test the efficacy of behavioral activation (BA) as a treatment for adolescent depression. Dr. McCauley is a past president of the Society for Child and Adolescent Psychology.
Aurélie is the Executive Director of the Jolene McCaw Family Foundation, a private family foundation that supports the healthy social and emotional development of children and youth. Protecting emotional and mental health and suicide prevention are key areas of focus and funding priorities for the foundation.
John has been recognized as one of the leading corporate lawyers in Washington State for more than three decades serving as general corporate counsel to a number of large non-profit corporations. His practice focuses on business formations, financings and transactions, particularly for companies in the technology industry.