Julie Samuels is Executive Director of Tech:NYC, an organization representing New York’s fast growing, entrepreneurial tech industry. Before that she was Executive Director at Engine, a nonprofit focused on technology entrepreneurship and advocacy, where she remains a member of the Board. She previously worked at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, where she was a senior staff attorney and the Mark Cuban Chair to Eliminate Stupid Patents. Julie earned her J.D. from Vanderbilt University and her B.S. in journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She serves on the Boards of Engine, TechCongress, and the Internet Education Foundation, on ABNY’s Steering Committee, on the Innovation Council of the Partnership for New York City, and on Comptroller Scott Stringer’s Red Tape Commission, as well as on various Advisory Boards, such as of the Defensive Patent License and the License on Transfer Network.
The Candid Entrepreneur Presents: The Political Entrepreneur
A panel discussion featuring innovators and entrepreneurs who are interested in how politics impacts the startup ecosystem.