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Javed I. Ahmed, Metis
Jordan Bell-Masterson, Amazon
Amar Bhide, Tufts University
Donald E. Bowen, University of Maryland
M. Diane Burton, Cornell University
Indraneel Chakraborty, University of Miami
Thomas J. Chemmanur, Boston College
Jing Chen, Copenhagen Business School
Ana Cusolito, The World Bank
Mayank Jaiswal, Georgia Institute of Technology
William Janeway, University of Cambridge
Jeffrey M. Kuhn, University of North Carolina
Esperanza Lasagabaster, The World Bank
Kevin Laws, AngleList
Tiecheng Leng, Singapore Management University
Yifei Mao, Cornell University
Seongwuk Moon, Sogang University
Arnobio Morelix, Startup Genome
Hiroaki Niihara, Hitotsubashi University
Min Ren
Sarada Sarada, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Aisling Scott, University of California at Berkeley
Daniel Stangler, Kauffman Foundation
Robert Strom, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Neil Thompson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dan H. Vo, University of Victoria
Rodrigo A. Wagner, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
Simon Wakeman, New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment
Zhe Wang, Stanford University
Yufei Wu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cong Xie, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen
Rui Xu, Stanford University
Wei Zhang, Tsinghua University

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