Disruption: Innovation vs. Incumbents with Katie Biber

January 11, 2017
222 Columbus Ave, San Francisco, CA 94133, USA

Pacific Research Institute is pleased to present a

Young Leaders Circle Event


The “sharing economy” used to be a buzzword only Silicon Valley insiders spoke — but these days, it crosses the lips of every politician trying to be cool. Join us for a conversation on breaking rules, following rules, and everything in between.

Katie Biber currently serves as general counsel at Thumbtack. Previously, she was senior counsel at Airbnb and before that she served as general counsel to the Romney for President Campaign. Katie is a frequent speaker on topics such as politics, tech, and the overlap between the two, as well as strategies to increase the presence of women in both industries.
and featuring

CODAME Art + Tech celebrating creativity by curating a magic-inspiring experience that combines art with technology.

Wednesday, January 11th, 2017

  • 5:30pm (sharp!) – Speaker Presentation
  • 6:30pm – VJ Don w/interactive art and music installation
  • 8:30pm – Event Concludes

This is a member-only event, however our Young Leaders Circle members are welcome to bring first-time guests.
For more information on membership, see: https://www.pacificresearch.org/support-pri/young-leaders-circle/

Questions? Please contact Stephanie Watson at 415-955-6143 or [email protected].

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