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Julian Atanassov, University of Nebraska
Jordan Bell-Masterson, Amazon
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Jong-Rong Chen, National Central University
Jun Chen, California Institute of Technology
Jane J. Choi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Gail Cohen, The National Academies of Sciences
Rebecca DeSimone, Columbia Business School
Paramveer Dhillon, University of Michigan
Josh Feng, University of Utah
Annabelle C. Fowler, Harvard University
Jana Gallus, University of California at Los Angeles
Michelle Gittelman, Rutgers University
Victor Hwang, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Alessandro Iaria, University of Bristol
Mitsuru Igami, Yale University
William Janeway, University of Cambridge
Christina A. Kent, Stanford University
Daniel J. Lee, Sweet Briar College
Marvin Lieberman, University of California at Los Angeles
Xiaoding Liu, Texas A&M University
Myriam Mariani, Bocconi University
Denis Medvedev, The World Bank
Mike Meurer, Boston University
Seongwuk Moon, Sogang University
Arnobio Morelix, Startup Genome
Derek Ozkal, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Andres P. Sarto, New York University
Neil Thompson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sheryl Winston Smith, BI Norwegian Business School
Brooklynn Zhu, University of Toronto

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