1. Amy believes that design can help improve the human condition. It was with that mission and vision that she founded Mad*Pow in 2000 with Will Powley, and together they’ve created an award-winning agency serving Fortune 500 companies and startups across industries from health to financial services, technology, media, education, and hospitality.

    Amy plays an essential role in Mad*Pow’s visualization of a changed healthcare system in the United States. Her work with companies like Aetna, CVS, McKesson, and Fidelity has helped them improve the customer experience, leverage design to drive change, and facilitate human-centric innovation. As the chief instigator behind Mad*Pow’sHealthcare Experience Design Conference—now in its fifth year and expanded and rebranded as HxRefactored—Amy has successfully connected and networked disparate parts of a challenging and siloed system.

    As a speaker, Amy shares her vision and methodology at influential events such as Design Management Institute, UXPA, IA Summit, Partners Center for Connected Health Symposium, Stanford MedicineX, Health 2.0, and HIMSS.

    This presentation took place in 2015 at Stanford's Design for Dance conference. Design for Dance was founded by BJ Fogg and the Stanford Persuasive Tech. lab to innovate at the intersection of dance and behavior change. Learn more at designfordance.org.

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  2. John Michael Schert began his career as a dancer with American Ballet Theatre and Alonzo King LINES Ballet. In 2004, Schert cofounded Trey McIntyre Project (TMP), serving as the company’s executive director and a dancer for nine years. During that time he gained a unique insight into the process and product of art, which has led him to become a sought-after national arts leader and speaker focusing on the evolving role of artists in American society.

    In 2013, Schert began a role as visiting artist and social entrepreneur for the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and UChicago Arts. In this newly created role, he mentors students and works with faculty to explore the creative process, and how this asset can be of relevance and value to other sectors including business, economics, civic government, and healthcare. Schert believes that people in variety of fields can learn how artists engage in the creative process and then deploy that knowledge, channeling creativity into a marketable product that also can contain high community value, to enhance their own areas of enterprise.

    This presentation took place in 2015 at Stanford's Design for Dance conference. Design for Dance was founded by BJ Fogg and the Stanford Persuasive Tech. lab to innovate at the intersection of dance and behavior change. Learn more at designfordance.org.

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  3. Jenny Sauer-Klein is an internationally facilitator, interactive speaker, and a community catalyst. She brings Profound Play into her culture shifting work at companies and conferences, as well as in her Rock the Room facilitator trainings.

    In this talk, Jenny shares her 3 Keys to Connection that help groups and teams drop in quickly, easily and deeply in 5 minutes, as well as 3 principles for how to lead to be a fearless leader of movement. You can subscribe to her mailing list to get 1 free video each month of an interactive game that you can use. Learn more at RockTheRoomTraining.com

    This presentation occurred in 2015 at Stanford's Design for Dance conference. Design for Dance was founded by BJ Fogg and the Stanford Persuasive Tech. lab to innovate at the intersection of dance and behavior change. Learn more at designfordance.org.

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