Dan Fredinburg is an adventurer, inventor, and energetic engineer. Dan works as the Head of Privacy Strategy for Google, where he leads a product management team and sets the vision across Google to put users in control of their internet experience. Among other things, he works on ideation, strategy-setting, and the facilitation of an innovative culture at Google. Previously, Dan helped YouTube become profitable, managed a software consultancy startup and worked as a software architect in the defense industry. Always inventing and creating has earned Dan 50-100 patents pending; however, he is heavily involved in the Arthur Pryor art foundation, an anti-patent organization that stresses the importance of Free Thought. Arthur Pryor creates tangible art to publicly disclose software inventions, which prevents companies from exercising patent assertion and stifling innovation. To gather inspiration for his professional activities, Dan is the Chief Adventure Officer for an adventure tourism company, Seamless Planet, and is a cultural explorer that organizes expeditions to summit the world’s tallest mountains.
In an effort to inspire support for the downtown Las Vegas community, CatalystCreativ is excited to announce its enactment of Catalyst Week, a dynamic event series with Zappos CEO, Tony Hsieh and the Downtown Project. Held every fourth week of the month for 12 months, these engagements will explore strategic partnerships in philanthropy, wellness, music, fashion, education, and technology. Experts from each industry will immerse themselves in the downtown Las Vegas culture as part of this series, exclusively curated by CatalystCreativ. Attendees will be housed at The Ogden, a high-end apartment complex in the heart of Las Vegas, and work remotely from this site each week. Each attendee will also be invited to participate in a Zappos tour, a downtown tour, and become a part of the community, attending dinners hosted by Vegas leaders and spending time at locally-produced events. Additionally, attendees will be asked to give a filmed TED-style talk where they connect with an audience of social influencers and organizers.
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