Co-Founders of ‘Work The Future! Today Whitney Vosburgh and Dr. Charles Grantham are Today’s Honoree

Whitney Vosburgh is co-founder of ‘Work The Future! Today,’ a social venture that offers vision, leadership and solutions for maximizing
personal, organizational and societal potential, and co-founder of Brand New Purpose, a brand transformation consultancy that creates
purpose-built, value-driven opportunities. He is also a consulting Chief Marketing Officer and change agent for Fortune 20 companies and Silicon Valley startups, guiding over $20+ billion worth of M&A, IPOs, sales, pivots and launches. He graduated with an M.A. in Religious Leadership for Social Change from Graduate Theological Union, and with a B.F.A. from Parsons School of Design in New York City. His expertise on the Future of Work has been featured in four books, including a bestseller by Dan Pink. When Whitney is not focusing on business consulting, speaking, leading workshops and writing, he can be found making art, and his work has been featured in exhibitions throughout the world. His Tweets can be found at: @brandguru

Dr. Charles Grantham is co-founder of ‘Work The Future! Today,’ has a rich multi-disciplinary background, and pursues his passion for helping leaders, organizations, and communities realize their true potential for effective performance, governance, and sustainability. Charlie served in the Special Forces, and enjoyed a career in academia and as Executive Director of R&D for several multi-national technology companies. He
received his Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Maryland and is the author of nine books and several dozen technical papers. Most recently, he published ForeSight 2025, a practical guide on how to navigate the change process to prosper in the coming decade. Charlie is a featured author of many articles on The Future of Work Place Design
website.

Visit http://www.workthefuture.today/wtfleaders for more information.

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