April 2012

Geek of the Week Mjumbe Poe Mjumbe Poe is a software developer at OpenPlans, a nonprofit technology organization that builds open-source software to help open government and improve transportation systems. With OpenPlans, Poe works as a member of the Civic Works team developing software (or “Phillyware,” as it is called at weWorkInPhilly) that helps people […]

Geek of the Week Lauren Gelman Lauren Gelman is a non-residential fellow at Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society (CIS), which focuses on the study of the law and policy around the Internet and other emerging technologies. An expert in cyberlaw and policy, Gelman and has worked in the field since 1995, specializing […]

Geek of the Week Linette S. Hwu Linette Hwu is the vice president of business affairs at Scripps Networks/Travel Channel. In this role, Hwu leads a team that negotiates Travel Channel programming, manages business relationships with its production companies and talent, and manages the channel’s home video business. Hwu also played an important role as […]

Geek of the Week Safra Catz Safra Catz is the president and chief financial officer of Oracle Corporation, a provider of business hardware, software, and IT solutions to over 380,000 customers around the world. Catz has served as president of the company since 2004, a member of its board of directors since 2001, and CFO […]

Geek of the Week Kenetta Bailey Kenetta Bailey is the executive vice president and senior marketing officer of Radio One, leading and managing all marketing and advertising outreach efforts for the company. Her work includes brand strategy development, coordination, and execution across Radio One. Prior to her current role, Bailey served as senior vice president […]