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Dr. Lemus-Martin graduated *summa cum laude* with a
Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), during which she
also studied Chemistry and Medicine at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. This was followed by a PhD in
Molecular Cell Biology at Oxford University. She has further academic credentials in Molecular
Oncology from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, in Clinial Research Monitoring from UNAM, in Project
Management from UNAM, and in Design Thinking from Stanford University.

Dr. Lemus-Martin has
a plethora of post-PhD experience in clinical research, consulting, and as a corporate executive.
She was the Head of Drug Development and Research at Landsteiner Scientific, and a consultant for
Templeton World Charity Foundation. She has also served on the Board of Advisors for the Association
of Medical Doctors in the Pharmaceutical Industry, and as Vice President of the Oxford University
Alumni Association.

Dr. Lemus-Martin was slected by McKinsey & Company for the Next
Generation Women Leader Award in 2019, as one of the most influential young female leaders in the
world, and she has been a member of Women in AI since 2020.

Dr. Mihaylov completed his undergraduate degree in Physics at Oxford University (UK), then went on to do his PhD at Cambridge University (UK) where he studied general relativity and gravitational waves. Upon completion of his PhD, he began his post-doctoral career at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics in Berlin, Germany.

Thomas Dimson was one of the first 40 employees at Instagram, back
in 2013 when the app was still new. He is the original author of "the algorithm" at Instagram, and
was the brain behind how feeds and stories work. He invented Hyperlapse, which is the app that was
used for the filming of the music video for "Centuries" by Fall Out Boy. He also invented Instagram
products such as stories polling sticker, and emogineering. In 2015 he was named one of the top 10
most creative people in business worldwide, and in 2018 he was promoted from Principal Engineer to
Director of Engineering at Instagram.

Dimson earned his MSc in CS from Stanford University, where he specialized in Artificial
Intelligence, Natural Language Processing, and Data Mining. Prior to that he earned a triple-degree
in Applied Math, Computer Science, and Pure Math at University of Waterloo, and worked at Amazon,
Bloomberg L.P. and the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics.

Dimson has over 30 US patents listed on Google Scholar as of January 2021, and several of his
publications and patents have acquired an unusually high number of citations.

**Publications:**

Evan Browning joined the virtual reality team at Facebook in July
2020, after 5 years as a Senior Software Engineer at Netflix.

Browning completed his computer science degree at University of Toronto, where he also worked as a
researcher, and held a job as a GIS Analyst at Ontario's Ministry of Natural Resources.

Dr. Brianne Kent is a professor at Simon Fraser University, where
she runs the Translational Neuroscience Lab and studies how disprupted sleep can contribute to
memory loss in people with Alzheimer's patients. She currently sits on the Governing Council of the
Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

Dr. Kent was previously a research fellow at Harvard Medical School, and held a postdoctoral
position at UBC funded by three simultaneous fellowships including the extremely prestigious Banting
Fellowship. She completed her PhD in neuroscience from Cambridge University where she was a Gates
Scholar, and also holds degrees from Yale University and Simone Fraser University.

Dr. Kent has published many papers in scientific journals, and as of January 2021 has a Google
Scholar h-index of 20.

**Publications:**

Leonard Zgrablic is a Software Engineer at Google, working on
the Stadia Controller firmware. Previously he held Software Engineering positions at Arista
Networks, Clearpath, and Blackberry.

Zgrablic also had a successful career as an actor, director, and writer, having won multiple awards.
He was in the cast of Stiffs on the Green (2011), The Cult (2012), and was listed as one of the lead
stars in Catalyst (2015)

Dr. Ahmed Omran is an Artificial Intelligence resident at
Google.

Dr. Omran previously worked at Harvard University in the Physics Department, and as a Research
Consultant for QuEra Computing in Boston. His PhD is from LMU Munich where he also worked at the Max
Planck Institute of Quanum Optics. He also holds Bachelor's and Master's degrees from TU
Munich.

Dr. Omran has 3 publications in Nature, 3 publications in Science, and 5 publications in Physical
Review Letters as of January 2021 and 100% all of his publications prior to 2020 have over 100
citations. His paper with Mikhail Lukin involving an in-house 51-qubit programmable quantum computer
reached 1000 citations on Google Scholar after 3 years.

**Publications:**

Genevieve Laurier is the Managing Director at The Social
Innovation Partnership, having previously been Director of Delivery and Impact, Head of Delivery and
Impact, and Acting Head of Impact and Evaluation.

Laurier was also previously the President of Oxford Hub, which had over 5000 individual members and
80 institutional members.

Laurier holds an MSc from Oxford University where she wrote a thesis about sexual minority topics in
the sex education at schools, and a bachelor's degree in PPE, also at Oxford University.

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