Sunday, February 18, 2007

6 of the 131 incredible people in the Swamp Fox Community you want to know

Immediately upon registering to attend InnoVenture 2007, you'll be able to see everyone else that is registered.

As of today, there are 131 incredible people you'll want to know in the Swamp Fox Community, which is growing daily. You do that by registering to attend InnoVenture.

Kathy Harris
Noro-Moseley Partners

Atlanta, GA
I began my career at KPMG and have spent the last 20 years in investment banking, mezzanine lending and venture capital. My venture career started in 2000 in Atlanta.

Jonathan Kane
Milliken & Company

Spartanburg, SC
Employed by Milliken & Co. since 1988 I have been engaged in cutting edge manufacturing operations, Process improvement, environmental initiatives, and spent the last ten years in leading business development teams. Currently I lead a team of technology and business development professionals whose objective is to significantly grow our presence in nonwovens.

Phil Noble

Charleston, SC
Phil Noble is one of the top experts in the US and internationally on the use of the Internet in politics, public affairs, government and media. He is the founder of CIVISonine and its affiliate PoliticsOnline. Noble is a veteran of over 350 political campaigns and public affairs projects in 40 states and 30 countries and he has worked to elect the head of state in 15 countries.

Alan Liby
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Oak Ridge, TN
Dr. Alan Liby is an Economic Development Manager at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and works with management and technical organizations, universities, and regional economic development organizations to develop and implement strategies to use ORNL resources to support new business creation and existing industry growth. He holds Metallurgical Engineer, MS and PhD degrees.

Robert (Bob) McMahan
State of North Carolina

Raleigh, NC
Dr. McMahan is the State Science and Technology Advisor for North Carolina, and the Executive Director of the North Carolina Office of Science and Technology in the Department of Commerce. In this role he acts as a Senior Advisor to the Governor, the Secretary of Commerce, the General Assembly, and the Boards of Science and Technology and Economic Development about science and technology matters.

Matthew Gevaert
CURF - Clemson University Research Foundation

Anderson, SC
Having developed an understanding of and skills in biomedical sciences and biotechnology (BS Chemistry; Ph.D. BioEngineering) I am now applying them for business purposes, commercializing Clemson University’s “bio” intellectual property portfolio via licenses to technology-based businesses, some of which are entrepreneurial start-ups created around the Clemson discovery.

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