Andrew Grotto
Andrew Grotto
Advisor - DRC Community

Andrew J. Grotto is a William J. Perry International Security Fellow at the Cyber Policy Center and a Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution, both at Stanford University. Grotto’s research interests center on the national security and international economic dimensions of America’s global leadership in information technology innovation, and its growing reliance on this innovation for its economic and social life. He is particularly interested in the allocation of responsibility between the government and the private sector for defending against cyber threats, especially as it pertains to critical infrastructure; cyber-enabled information operations as both a threat to, and a tool of statecraft for, liberal democracies; opportunities and constraints facing offensive cyber operations as a tool of statecraft, especially those relating to norms of sovereignty in a digitally connected world; and governance of global trade in information technologies.

Marshall Van Alstyne
Marshall Van Alstyne
Advisor - DRC Community

Marshall Van Alstyne (@InfoEcon) is coauthor of the international bestseller Platform Revolution. He is one of the world's foremost experts on platform business models and is the Questrom Chair Professor at Boston University and a Digital Fellow at MIT Sloan. He is a frequent speaker, board-level advisor, and consultant to startups and global firms. His research has received more than 15,000 citations, half a dozen academic awards, and appeared in journals such as Science, Nature and Harvard Business Review. Interviews appear regularly across Bloomberg, The Economist, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and National Public Radio. In 2019, Thinkers 50 named him one of the top management thinkers globally. He studied computer science at Yale and information technology at MIT. He holds multiple patents; was among the first to measure the dollar value of social networks, and his theories of network businesses are taught worldwide. He is a husband and dad, who loves dogs, exercise, travel, and questions of governance.

Rand Waltzman
Rand Waltzman
Advisor - DRC Community

Computer science / Artificial Intelligence professional with a history of success in conceptualizing, developing and prototyping novel and innovative analytical and software solutions to real world problems. 35 years of experience performing and managing research in Artificial Intelligence applied to domains including social media and cognitive security in the information environment. Particular interest in massive scale data analysis in support of decision and analysis problems. Strong background in data science and the application of massive scale data analysis, automated reasoning and knowledge management techniques combined with sophisticated mathematical models to problems that have resisted conventional solution techniques. Drawn to problems that require analysis in a larger context and understanding of the broader implications of a solution.

John W Travis
John W. Travis
Advisor - DRC Community

John W. Travis, MD, MPH, graduated from medical school in Boston and then specialized in preventive medicine at Johns Hopkins. He subsequently founded the first wellness center (1975) in Mill Valley, CA, which was featured on 60 Minutes in 1979. He’s co-authored three editions of the Wellness Workbook and developed the widely used online Wellness Inventory. In the nineties, he focused on infant wellness, co-founding the Alliance for Transforming the Lives of Children, which sponsors Connected Couples—Thriving Families in order to end the epidemic of disappearing marriages that often occurs after the birth of a child in nuclear families.