C.B. Raval, PhD, serves as a community developer, life scientist and public health advocate in Manhattan. C.B. has extensive training in tissue engineering and membrane transport as both a chemical and biomedical engineer and utilizes an interdisciplinary mindset to establish solutions across public health and medicine.
Ryan is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer and has been a passionate advocate for human rights and genital integrity since 2014, when he first learned about this subject through both his international travels in Germany, Georgia, and Southeast Asia, and while conducting research for his Masters degree at the University of Arizona.
Shingo Lavine is a successful entrepreneur, business leader and technologist. Shingo started his first company, Ethos.io, at age 19 while studying Computer Science at Brown University. Ethos was a blockchain company building a Universal Wallet that supported over 100 digital assets on top of a proprietary, high-performance blockchain abstraction architecture which today is used to power nearly $500 million in transactions and assets.