Rebecca Rettig

General Counsel at Aave

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Rebecca Rettig is Chief Legal and Policy Officer at Polygon and was previously general counsel at Aave Companies. She also works with policymakers around the world on regulatory matters related to decentralized finance (" DeFi ") and crypto assets.

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Fran Algaba

Francisco Algaba de la Vieja is the Co-Founder & CEO at Giza. He also is the Guild Lead at Polygon, Core Team at W3B Lab Community. Presively, he worked as MLOps Tech Lead at adidas. Francisco Algaba graduated from Stanford University.

Gary

Gary is the Managing Partner at Momentum Capital. Gary is a Silicon Valley-based investor, a serial entrepreneur, a Stanford-affiliated researcher, and a true believer in Web3. Gary has over six years of experience in blockchain technology and is currently focusing on scaling, DID, and liquidity solutions. Gary finished his Ph.D. and postdoc research at Stanford University before transitioning into the industry.

John Lilly

John Lilly is the Board Member at Figma.He spents the past 30 years working at and investing in technology companies that help people create & connect -- Mozilla, Apple, Instagram, Duolingo, Figma, Dropbox, Tumblr & more. He also spent a lot of time helping non-profit and civic tech organizations like Code for America, VotingWorks and Daffy.org.

Kathleen Chu

Kathleen Chu is Head of marketing communications at Avail, and previously she was Head of Communications at Polygon and Head of Japan at MakerDAO. She is a graduate of Baruch College.

Arun Devabhaktuni

Arun Devabhaktuni is a professional with a background in systems biology, physics, and biology. He is currently a Lead Researcher at Mirana Ventures and an Angel Investor at Valhalla Capital. He has also served as the Chief Technical Officer and Co-Founder of ZenMaid Software. Arun has received a PhD in Systems Biology from Stanford University School of Medicine and a BS in Physics and Biology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Guillermo Angeris

Guillermo is a Stanford lifer (BS, MS, and PhD in Electrical Engineering). He spends most of his work time in a dark corner of a room, figuring out random math problems for fun. He also loves to work with teams to model many of the weird (and fascinating) incentives in DeFi and beyond. Outside of work, Guillermo likes to cook pizza, hike, and have long, silly conversations with friends over wine.

Mandy Campbell

Mandy leads Bain Capital Crypto’s and portfolio marketing efforts across brand, content, events, and communications. Before joining the Bain team, she led Marketing for global crypto exchange Okcoin and managed fast-growing teams at companies like GitHub, Lyft, and Meta. When she’s not helping builders, she’s hiking with her family or searching for carrot cake in the Bay Area.

Michael Arrington

Michael Arrington is the Founder of TechCrunch, CrunchBase and Arrington Capital.

Theo Diamandis

Theo is pursuing an Electrical Engineering and Computer Science PhD at MIT, where he works on algorithms for and applications of mathematical optimization. These interests inevitably led to him being nerd sniped by Guillermo into working on crypto. When he’s not working on optimization solvers for DeFi-related applications, Theo can be found backpacking or skiing in the California Sierras.

Dan Roberts

Dan is the Editor in Chief at Variant. He has been writing about crypto since 2011. Prior to joining Variant, Dan was Editor in Chief at crypto news site Decrypt, where he recruited a team of writers and editors, led the site’s news strategy, created and hosted the gm podcast, planned and emceed live events, and moderated panels at conferences around the world. Before that, he spent five years at Yahoo Finance and five years at Fortune. He has written about tech, sports business, and books for a broad range of publications including Sports Illustrated, TIME, Vice, Air Mail, The Guardian, The Paris Review, NPR, Deadspin, Salon, The Daily Beast, The Morning News, and many more. He is the primary author of the 2013 book “Zoom: How to Supercharge Your Career.” He graduated from Middlebury College and the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.