TiE Golden Globe with Shivani Mitra
Aug 24, 2023
06:00 PM - 07:00 PM (America/Los_Angeles)

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A brand new TiE Silicon Valley series that brings the best, brightest, and most inspiring speakers to discuss trending and disruptive technologies. This installment will feature a conversation with Shivani Mitra, Co-Founder, Director, and Curator of the Museum of Crypto Art, and Rachel Masters, Head of Creator Partnerships at Virtualness.

Shivani Mitra is a researcher and investor who delves into the intricate dynamics between free expression, consciousness, and emerging technologies. With a notable presence in the Ethereum-NFT and open-source software development communities since 2020, Shivani has played a pivotal role in founding decentralized projects that create widely used stories and tools. Today, Shivani is the Co-Founder at the Museum of Crypto Art, and the Managing Partner at Shiro San Fund within Global Asset Capital. Her previous work focused on qualia research in global healthcare systems. She holds a bachelor's degree in Art History and Biochemistry from Washington University in St. Louis. 

Rachel Masters is an experienced leader in scaling companies. As the head of Creator Partnerships at Virtualness, an AI-powered platform that provides unique fan experiences and drives monetization for creators, brands, and sports leagues, Rachel leverages her expertise to help grow the company. Prior to Virtualness, Rachel held leadership roles at various companies, including VP of Marketing at Mighty Networks, where she launched the company's brand and Creator Community partnerships, and Senior Director of Strategic Marketing at PCH, which designs custom product solutions for the world's top brands.

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