Top 75 Technology Speakers

  • By Declan McManus
  •  Apr 10, 2023

Top 75 Technology Speakers

Technology speakers may come from a position of having expertise in technology trends and developments. Others may be creative professionals or business leaders who use technology to create products and services or build their businesses.

When you schedule a technology speaker, you’re booking someone who can help better explain the full power and benefits of technology in workplaces and organizations, as well as the risks and responsibilities that come from using technology for everything from online ordering and sales to boosting productivity and efficiency. Our top 75 speakers each have the expertise to cover all aspects of technology.

1. Pablos Holman

Pablos Holman created the world’s #1 3D printer and invented the first 3D printer to print food. His inventions have always been jaw-dropping, futuristic projects like a fission reactor powered by nuclear waste or a laser device that can shoot mosquitoes from the sky. He’s the host of the Deep Future podcast and a highly-regarded, popular speaker with more than 30 million views of his TED talks and keynotes given at the U.N., the Microsoft CEO Summit, Google’s Zeitgeist, and many other huge events.

2. Dag Kittlaus

Think of Dag Kittlaus as the father of Siri, the virtual personal assistant that started the skyrocketing trend of everything from voice-activated light bulbs to smart speakers. He’s the co-founder and CEO of Viv, a company that’s working to use AI to make it easy to talk to everything.

3. Chris Barton

Chris Barton invented Shazam, the app that can identify a song and tell you who it is and what the song title is. Apple acquired it for $400 million, but that hasn’t stopped his creative nature in the realm of technology. He has a dozen patents and played important roles in the development of Dropbox and Google. His latest project, Guard, uses AI and cameras to determine potential drownings in pools. As he says, “Think of Guard as a smoke detector for drownings.”

4. Marita Cheng

Marita Cheng holds a degree in engineering/mechatronics and computer science. She’s the founder and CEO of Aubot, a telepresence robot used to help hospitalized children attend their classes, elderly people socialize with others, or disabled people attend work. And, she also is the founder and Executive Director of Robogals. She’s one of Forbes's “World’s Top 50 Women in Tech 2018.” She’s an advocate for women in technology and a technology entrepreneur.

5. Josh Linkner

Josh Linkner is the bestselling author of several books and the founder and CEO of five tech companies. One of his first companies, ePrize, was a pioneer in interactive and digital promotions. He’s currently the co-founder and Chairman of Platypus Labs, an innovation research, training, and consulting firm.

6. Tan Le

Tan Le is a pioneer in brain-computer interface. She’s the founder and CEO of EMOTIV, a neuroinformatics company that strives to better understand the brain. The company’s “brainwear” is a non-invasive device that scans and interprets brain waves in order to use thoughts to control items. She’s the author of “The NeuroGeneration: The New Era in Brain Enhancement That Is Revolutionizing How We Think, Work, and Heal.”

7. Kaihan Krippendorff

Kaihan Krippendorff has degrees from three esteemed business schools and the University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering. He’s the founder of the Outthinker Strategy Network and Outhinker, a growth strategy and innovation consulting agency. He specializes in disruptive technological change and has helped companies like Citibank, Microsoft, Viacom, and others.

8. Whitney Johnson

Whitney Johnson is an award-winning former Wall Street analyst, co-founder of the Disruptive Innovation Fund, and bestselling author. She’s currently the CEO of Disruption Advisors, a firm specializing in technology-enabled talent development. She’s given keynotes across the country and has a LinkedIn course “Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship” that has been viewed more than one million times.

9. Ian Siegel

In 2010, Ian Siegel founded ZipRecruiter, an online platform that simplified hiring and onboarding practices for companies. He’s also held tech positions in many start-ups including CitySearch,, and He was the VP of Product & Technology at Pictage, Inc. and Director of Technology at Viva Group.

10. Mick Ebeling

Fortune Magazine named Mick Ebeling on of the “Top 50 World’s Greatest Leaders.” He’s the founder of Not Impossible, a social innovation lab and production company that’s won multiple awards. Some of the projects he and his team have completed include creating arms for Sudanese amputees using 3D printers, using technology to give a voice to an ALS patient who’d not spoken in over a decade, or giving a paraplegic the ability to draw again. He’s won two SXSW “Innovation of the Year” awards and two Tribeca “Disruptor Innovation” awards.

11. David Orban

David Orban became a Bitcoin investor early on and was the first to own Ethereum. He’s a global technology expert with more than 100 keynotes under his belt. He’s been a keynote speaker at the first Ethereal Summit, Blockchain Unbound, and companies including Cisco, European Foundation for Management Development, Oracle, and many others.

12. Brad Yasar

Brad Yasar is the CEO of EQIFI, the founder of Beyond Enterprizes, and the co-founder of Blockchain Investors Consortium, all of which require his expertise on blockchain and cryptocurrency. He excels in disruptive technologies and where technology and world markets intersect.

13. Safi Bahcall

Safi Bahcall founded a biotech company that researched and developed cancer drugs. He was the CEO of that company for 13 years and earned the Ernst & Young New England Biotechnology Entrepreneur of the Year in 2008. He’s the author of Loonshots: How to Nurture the Crazy Ideas That Win Wars, Cure Disease, and Transform Industries. He specializes in the blend of physics, business, and history to explore group behavior.

14. Linda Bernardi

Linda Bernardi is the co-founder and CEO of XdMind Inc. It’s a company that uses AI to adapt music to video games. She’s experienced in technology across several areas including automotive, consumer goods, finance, healthcare, logistics, retail, and many other areas. She was awarded the “Best Business Theory Award at MIT” and wrote “The Inversion Factor,” a book that looks at the use of technologies like AI, blockchain, and IoT.

15. Erik Qualman

He’s the mastermind behind Socialnomics, a guide to the effects of social media on consumers and businesses. His insight has been used by NASA, NBCUniversal, hundreds of universities, and others. He’s also the founder of Equalman Studios, a film and animation company that’s helped with projects with big names like Cartier, Chase, Disney, and IBM. He’s an expert keynote speaker on topics like innovation, future trends, leadership, and digital leadership and transformation.

16. Brian Solis

For more than 20 years, Brian Solis has honed his expertise on Digital Darwinism’s impact on businesses, markets, people, and society. He’s an expert in AI, UX/UI, Web3, creative innovation, and other forms of technology and how they affect consumer behavior. He published dozens of research papers on these topics, and his work appears in Adweek, Forbes, ZDNet, and others.

17. Chris Kelly

Chris Kelly is a Silicon Valley investor and expert in privacy and security. He was the first Chief Privacy Officer, Head of Global Public Policy, and General Counsel for Facebook. He played a role in developing Facebook’s safety and security policies before leaving in 2009 to seek the nomination for Attorney General of California.

18. Nell Watson

Nell Watson is a researcher in emerging technologies like artificial intelligence ethics and machine vision. Her key focus is making sure that AI incorporates ethics and safety in all AI decisions and steps. She’s the Executive Consultant on Philosophical Matters for Apple, Senior Scientific Advisor to The Future Society, and Senior Fellow for The Atlantic Council.

19. Ian Beacraft

Ian Beacraft is one of the top names in emerging technologies with expertise in navigating the ever-changing world of technology and using that for innovation, cultural change, and product creation. He’s the founder and Chief Futurist of Signal and Cipher, and he’s advised companies like Coca-Cola, Intel, Microsoft, Samsung, and many others.

20. Vicki Hamilton

Vicki Wright Hamilton’s expertise lies in finding a balance between people, processes, and technology and building strong plans from there. Her skill with visualizing, designing, and executing technology in plans that bring in net returns topping $20 million is unbeatable. She’s helped organizations like Georgia Public Broadcasting, Media Brokers International, and WPBA Broadcasting in her 20+ years.

21. Janet Lawless

As the founder and CEO of the Center for Threat Intelligence, Janet Lawless and her team build threat intelligence and insider threat programs, training courses, and certification programs for professionals. Before this, she was in leadership roles at Cisco and Microsoft where she created and managed global compliance and security programs.

22. Scott Klososky

Scott Klososky is the founding partner of Future Point of View, a digital strategy firm. Through his work, he’s developed concepts like the HUMALOGY® Scale, a tool used to measure how much human or machine involvement is in a system or process, and the Rivers of Information® process for building eco-systems that learn as they develop. Arrange to have Scott talk to your team or organization about predicting trends, using technology to drive change, and managing the risks technology brings.

23. Rikard Steiber

Rikard Steiber is the founder of GoodTrust, a firm on a mission to protect people’s digital legacy. Before this, he was the President of Viveport, a VR subscription service and he grew many other video-on-demand businesses.

24. Margaux Avedisian

Margaux Avedisian is named “The Queen of Bitcoin” by Wall Street Journal. She’s the co-founder and CEO of Beyond the Runway, an online shopping tool that allows shoppers to try on clothing using a customized virtual avatar. This is just part of her 20+ years in tech and innovation.

25. Daniel Levine

Daniel Levine’s expertise lies in trends, something he does through his position as director at Avant-Guide Institute, a consultancy that helps brands, investors, and companies profit from the latest trends. CNN calls him “The Ultimate Guru of Cool.” He’s given more than 325 keynotes around the world and leads a worldwide team of trend-spotters who monitor trending experiences and ideas.

26. Adam Cheyer

Adam Cheyer is the co-founder and VP of Engineering at Viv Labs. Before that, he held the same role at Siri, Inc., before Apple acquired Siri. He’s the founding member and advisor to and co-founder of, a firm that uses massively-scaled machine learning to solve seemingly-impossible challenges. He’s an expert in machine learning, emerging technology, and AI.

27. Tom Koulopoulos

Tom Koulopoulos is the founder and Chairman of Delphi Group, a Boston-based think tank with more than three decades in the business. He’s also the founding partner of Acrovantage Ventures, a company that invests in early-stage tech startups. He’s also been the Executive Director of the Babson College Center for Business Innovation and the Director of the Dell Innovation Lab. His book “Gigatrends” is a good launching point for discussions as it takes a close look at the seven tech trends that will shape people’s futures.

28. Daniel Newman

Daniel Newman is the CEO of Broadsuite Media Group and founding partner and Principal Analyst for Futurum Research. He works with tech brands on digital transformations incorporating IoT, cloud computing, and big data and their influence on companies. He’s been named #5 on the “Top Technology Analysts” list of 8,000 analysts by ARInsights and is the bestselling author of “Human/Machine.”

29. Anthony Frasier

Anthony Frasier is the founder and CEO of ABF Creative, an award-winning podcast network and production company. Using more than ten years in the tech industry, he established a data-driven diverse storytelling program that uses machine learning and AI for optimal content. He’s also created a video game loyalty mobile app, an urban youth gaming site, and Phat Startup, a tech platform that develops tech resources and online courses.

30. Daniel Kraft, MD

Dr. Daniel Kraft is a Stanford and Harvard-trained physician, scientist, inventor, innovator, and entrepreneur. He’s the founder and chair at Exponential Medicine, a program focused on developing technologies in the world of healthcare and biomedicine. He’s given multiple TED talks on the future of health, medicine, and technology.

31. Deborah Berebichez

Deborah Berebichez holds a Ph.D. in Physics from Stanford University. With her expertise, she holds a Lead Scientist in Microelectronics and Quantum Computing at VTT, a European research institute. She’s also the co-host of “Outrageous Acts of Science” on Discovery Channel. She’s an expert in wireless communication technology and photonics. She’s also an ambassador with the American Association for the Advancement of Science and mentors young women who are interested in science.

32. Bryan Seely

Bryan Seely is a cybersecurity specialist and a renowned hacker who was the first to wiretap the Secret Service and FBI and then provided insight into what they were doing right and what they needed to change. He’s an expert in privacy, consumer rights, and staying safe as technology advances. He’s the co-founder and CISO at MobileyMe, a private cloud network that enables people to use their phone, even if they don’t have it with them, and a Senior Security Architect at Cyemptive Technologies.

33. Nicolas Vandenberghe

After getting his MBA, Nicolas Vandenberghe went from selling newspapers as a teen to a career as an entrepreneur and tech expert creating three tech companies and selling them for millions. He started his fourth tech startup in 2016, and he’s still the CEO of Chili Piper, a SaaS firm whose platform is used by Intuit, Square, and hundreds of other companies.

34. Clara Durodie

Clara Durodie specializes in AI in the financial field and mentors AI startups on funding, growth, and governance. She’s the author of “Decoding AI in Financial Services – Business Implications for Boards and Professionals.” She’s also the author of the weekly digital “DecodingAI” newsletter.

35. Eric O’Neill

Eric O’Neill was a key player in the capture of Robert Hanssen, the FBI veteran who was a double agent. He’s the National Security Strategist for VMWare-Carbon Black, a firm specializing in next-gen endpoint protection and cybersecurity. He’s an expert in cybersecurity and assessing security risk.

36. Jen Wolfe

Jen Wolfe is the CEO of Dot Brand 360, a firm specializing in C-suite digital strategies. She’s an expert in digital trends, cybersecurity, digital patents, and intellectual property law. Over the years, she’s invested in and served as the director of different tech startups and helped companies like Duke Energy, Microsoft, and Scripps Networks Interactive.

37. Vineet Nayar

From 2007 to 2013, Vineet Nayar was the CEO of HCL Technologies where he helped it increase revenues by 6x. He’s currently the founder and CEO of Sampark Foundation, an organization focused on innovation-led social change. One of his accomplishments was to help more than 10 million children improve their education at more than 84,000 schools around India. Throughout his career, he’s been a key player in technology management, and is one of Fortune Magazine’s “2011 Executive Dream Team.”

38. Alison McCauley

Alison McCauley has years of expertise and work experience in helping others understand blockchain technology and Web3. She’s the author of “Unblocked,” a guide to the use of blockchains to improve workplace culture and organizational change. She’s also the creator of the LinkedIn course “How Blockchains Will Change Business,” a course that has helped more than 70,000 students.

39. Mike Massimino

He’s a former NASA astronaut, mechanical engineering professor, and senior advisor for the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum’s space programs. Mike Massimino has a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from MIT and worked on two missions to service the Hubble Space Telescope and was the first astronaut to send a tweet from space.

40. Katie Linendoll

Katie Linendoll is one of our most popular technology experts and has talked on NBC’s Today Show, The Rachael Ray Show, The Weather Channel, and many others. She’s also the owner of a production company that shares tech news from a variety of unique locations, including NASA’s zero-gravity underwater training lab. She started learning to code before she was even a teen and had several networking certifications before graduating high school. She earned her Information Technology New Media degree from RIT.

41. Michael Rogers

He’s a tech pioneer, futurist, and author working as the Futurist-in-Residence for The New York Times. Michael Rogers also owns Practical Futurist, a consultancy that helps businesses and organizations think about technology when considering their future growth. He’s the author of “Email From the Future: Notes from 2084” and loves to explore the impact of humans on technology.

42. Ben Hammersley

Ben Hammersley has written five books, including “64 Things You Need to Know Now For Then” and is the BBC presenter for “Cybercrimes with Ben Hammersley.” Ben is also the founder of Hammersley Futures, a consultancy specializing in developing technology, building and using cognitive tools, and managing changes in workplaces and markets.

43. N. MacDonnell Ulsch

N. MacDonnell Ulsch is an expert on national security, corporate data breaches, cyberattacks, and advanced technology transfer. He’s the founder of The China 863 Analyst, a firm that analyzes China’s transformation through cyber espionage, equity investment, mergers and acquisitions, and research. Additionally, he was PricewaterhouseCooper's Senior Managing Director of Cybercrime and the VP of Information Security at Dun & Bradstreet/Dataquest.

44. John Rossman

John Rossman is a former executive at Amazon, the author of “The Amazon Way,” and is the managing partner at Rossman Partners. His technology talks address important topics like beating the competition in the digital era, using technology for innovation, and developing strong leadership.

45. Andrea Iorio

Andrea Iorio gives more than 200 keynotes per year on the intersections of neuroscience, technology, business, and philosophy. He has more than a decade of experience with tech companies around the world, and this includes companies like L’Oreal and Tinder. His Metanoia Lab podcast ranks as one of Brazil’s top business podcasts. He’s also an author with two books that reached #1 on Amazon Brazil’s People Management and Leadership sections.

46. Jeremy Bloom

Jeremy Bloom is the co-founder and CEO of Integrate, a marketing technology firm that helps companies automate demand generation marketing. He’s also the founder of Wish of a Lifetime, a charitable organization that makes a senior citizen’s wish come true. He’s on Forbes’ “30 Under 30: Tech Innovation” list, and he’s helped big names like Dell, HP, and Seagate update and modernize their marketing methods.

47. Kirk Borne

In 2021, Dr. Kirk Borne took the role of Chief Science Officer at Data Prime Inc., an AI startup. He’s also the founder of Data Leadership Group LLC, an influencing marketing business. He’s known worldwide as an expert in data science, machine learning, AI, analytics, and emerging technologies like the Metaverse.

48. Ian Khan

Ian Khan is the author of “Metaverse For Dummies” and creator of LinkedIn’s “Securing the Metaverse” online course. He’s an expert in the Metaverse, blockchain, AI, and the Future of Readiness to help organizations avoid disruptions.

49. Andre De Castro

In 2014, Andre De Castro came up with the idea to implement a second-layer technology with Bitcoin blockchain to advance its use in industrial applications. He’s an executive software technologist specializing in AI and the founder of Blockchain of Things, Inc., the company that developed Catenis, a product that makes it easy to build or integrate applications using Bitcoin.

50. Kate Fazzini

Kate Fazzini is a Georgetown University cybersecurity professor and former CNBC and The Wall Street Journal reporter on cybersecurity. She’s helped executives at IBM, JPMorgan Chase, and Promontory Financial Group better understand and develop security processes and disaster communications plans.

51. Brendan Egan

Brendan Egan’s expertise in technology is in the digital marketing, mobile app design and development, and web development sector. He excels at disruption, creating new technologies, and entrepreneurship. He’s an award-winning marketing and technology expert who is the founder and CEO of a digital marketing agency and co-founder and CMO/CTO of Engage.

52. Lauren Hasson

For many years, men have dominated the world of tech, but Lauren Hasson founded DevelopHer to change that. It’s an award-winning career development platform that helps women in technology stand out. She works for a Silicon Valley payments company where she leads the Core Apps team and is responsible for app security.

53. Mark Herschberg

Mark Herschberg attended MIT and gained bachelor's degrees in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science and Physics. He went on to get a Master’s in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science with a special focus on Cryptography. He helped Harvard Business School build a platform to teach finance, too. His technology talks and presentations cover everything from his experiences tracking bad players on the dark web to security using the latest authentication technology.

54. Deborah Metts

Deborah Metts has more than a decade of being a technologist, brand storyteller, and global educator under her belt. She’s an expert in fashion tech, SaaS, and e-commerce. You’ll also find her teaching graduate studies in Fashion Merchandising and Technology at LIM College.

55. Craig Lipset

Craig Lipset is a leader in clinical research and medicine development using his skills and understanding of cutting-edge technology. He has more than 20 years of expertise as a technologist, patient advocate, trial innovator, and industry insider with companies like Pfizer and TransCelerate Biopharma. He’s the founder of Clinical Innovation Partners, a firm that aids with growth in the biopharmaceutical and tech industries.

56. Dr. Bertalan Meskó

Dr. Bertalan Meskó has a Ph.D. in genomics and is the Director of The Medical Futurist Institute, where it’s his job to analyze how sci-fi technologies could be used in healthcare and medicine. He’s given hundreds of presentations and taught at universities like Harvard, Stanford, and Yale and is considered a top voice in healthcare technology.

57. John Ellis

John Ellis is an expert in emerging transportation technology and its benefits to airports, transportation authorities, cities, and public spaces. He brings more than 25 years of experience in software development, engineering, and business development and has worked for companies like Ford Motor Company and Motorola. His current company, Ellis & Associates, is a consulting firm that helps companies use software and connectivity to develop and grow their business.

58. Dirk Ahlborn

Dirk Ahlborn is the founder and CEO of JumpStarter Inc. It’s a web portal that helps companies tap into crowdsourcing to fund their ideas. He’s also the co-founder and CEO of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies and used to work for the Girvan Institute of Technology. His technological expertise also delves into alternative energy, manufacturing, and production.

59. Lavinia Osbourne

LinkedIn named her one of the “Top Voices in Tech & Innovation in 2021.” Lavinia Osbourne is also on Wirex’s “Rising Women in Crypto Power List 2021,” and she’s a “Women in Tech 100” award winner. Lavinia’s expertise in Fintech, Welltech, and blockchain makes her a favorite technology speaker and helped her create Women in Blockchain Talks, an award-winning educational and networking platform for women.

60. Igor Mikhalev

Igor Mikhalev is the creator of open-source communities like, and a specialist in central bank digital currency (CBDC), business technology, and innovation strategy. He has a Master’s in Business Administration and a Master’s in Software and Automated Systems Engineering from the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. He’s used those degrees to become an expert in blockchain and emerging technologies.

61. Nina Schick

Nina Schick is the author of “Deepfakes,” an area where she’s an expert. She helps people, businesses, and organizations navigate AI, deepfakes, and technology, ensuring they know the risks and benefits. She’s advised President Biden, NATO, and leaders dealing with matters like election interference, Brexit, and the Russia-Ukraine War.

62. Steve Stewart

Steve Stewart is the co-founder and CEO of Vezt Inc., a blockchain-based music-driven tech platform that allows people to support their favorite artists, writers, producers, labels, and publishers through royalties that are paid directly by their fans. He has more than 20 years in the music and TV industry and was the personal manager for the Stone Temple Pilots. He’s also been the COO at SportsBuddyz and GoYodel and was Head of Business Development at SURKUS, a social app.

63. Laura Shin

Laura Shin is the host of Unchained, a podcast focused on crypto, and the author of “The Cryptopians: Idealism, Greed, Lies, and the Making of the First Big Cryptocurrency Craze.” She was the first mainstream journalist to cover crypto, she’s given talks at TEDx, and several other major events, and she was instrumental in uncovering who she believes was behind the 2016 DAO attack on Ethereum.

64. Joel Comm

Joel Comm’s explorations in technology go back to 1995 when he built his first website, one of the first 18,000 websites in the world. In that time, he’s become an expert in building and selling websites, blogging, podcasting, creating mobile apps, and creating online videos. He’s also skilled in blockchain technology, Web 3.0., the Metaverse, and NFTs.

65. Ethan Pierse

Ethan Pierse is a highly-sought after keynote speaker on topics like the Web3 economy, tokenized securities, blockchain, and social tokens. He established the $ETHAN social token, founded Borderless Ventures, and is the Director of The CryptoAssets Institute. He also hosts French Tech News and The Web3 Economy News.

66. Scott Brady

Scott Brady’s first ten years were in the newspaper industry, where he helped smaller newspapers navigate desktop publishing. He left that field to become a key account manager for a technology consulting firm. He established the company’s eLearning consulting division, before moving to a position at Future Point of View, a firm specializing in technology strategies like cybersecurity.

67. Rafael Grossmann, MD, FACS

Dr. Rafael Grossmann wears a lot of hats. He’s a surgeon, speaker, patient advocate, healthcare futurist, an immigrant from Venezuela, and educator. He was the first doctor to use Google Glass during live surgery. He’s currently skilled in AI and augmented/virtual/mixed realities. He is a firm believer that 3D printing, robotics, wearable devices, nanotechnology, and blockchain will improve healthcare and help make it more affordable to everyone.

68. Rachel Wilson

For 15 years, Rachel Wilson held several senior executive roles at the NSA, including two years running the counterterrorism operations where she and her team identified and stopped terrorist plans. She became the first Head of Cybersecurity for Morgan Stanley Wealth Management and Investment Technology in 2017. Her expertise in secure code development standards, secure network architecture, advanced persistent threat detection, mobile security, and cybersecurity is essential to her work. She’s in high demand for talks on technology, internet safety, and cyber threats.

69. Arvid Ali

Arvid Ali was the president of corporations owned by Jordan Belfort, aka the Wolf of Wall Street, and Shaun White’s former Global Managing Director. He retired at the age of 26 and founded a non-profit that provides free business and meditation training. He’s one of the best speakers you’ll find for topics like business, technology, and leadership.

70. Dr. Aditi U. Joshi

Dr. Aditi Joshi is an emergency medicine physician, digital health strategist, and telehealth expert. She has more than ten years of working in telemedicine and digital health and specializes in making technology easy for patients, healthcare professionals, and healthcare systems. She speaks globally on topics like the future of medicine, telehealth, digital health research, and innovations in emergency medicine.

71. Jenn Donahue

Jenn Donahue, Ph.D. is a retired Navy Captain and Regimental Commodore who worked on many large-scale projects including building a bridge across the Euphrates River and designing the bridge to go over the Panama Canal. She founded and runs JL Donahue Engineering, a seismic and geohazard engineering firm.

72. Jack Shaw

Jack Shaw is one of’s “Top Five Technology Futurists.” He’s spoken to more than 300,000 leaders and professionals from companies like Bosch, IBM, and Oracle. His talks share insights on using technologies like 5G, AI, blockchain, and the IoT to build and improve digital ecosystems, drive change, and boost innovation.

73. Andrew Donofrio

Andrew Donofrio has spent more than a quarter of a century in law enforcement. After advancing to lieutenant, he established a Computer Crimes Unit that gained national attention. Once he retired, he founded an IT security auditing company that he later sold to start another company where he’s a certified leadership and professional development coach, speaker, and trainer.

74. Abdel Boazzati

Abdel Boazzati is a partnerships expert at The Coca-Cola Company. Before this, he worked for Warner Bros. He specializes in technology and how it can help businesses improve their revenues. He built two of his own companies and is a popular keynote speaker, including at Europe’s 2021 Blockchain Expo and the Dept Agency’s Digital/Blockchain virtual event.

75. Matthew Bertram

Matthew Bertram is a Thomas Edison University graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Computer Information Services. He’s a Microsoft Certified Application Developer and Solution Developer. He spent more than a decade at Kimray overseeing projects using AI, robotics, and both augmented and virtual reality. He’s a specialist in citizen data science and citizen automation programs to help organizations advance.

Narrow down the technological expertise you’re looking for and determine what focal points need to be covered at your keynote, presentation, or virtual event. Once you have a few people in mind, reach out to those of our top 75 technology speakers to check their availability and pricing.