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Ford is the presenting partner of the VICE Impact Film, The Third Industrial Revolution
Eddy Moretti is the Chief Creative Officer of VICE Media and co-founder of VICELAND, VICE's newly launched 24-hour linear television network. He is responsible for content across all of VICE’s media channels, as well as for all of VICE’s branded content initiatives. Eddy serves as co-Executive Producer with Shane Smith and Bill Maher on the original, Emmy® winning series VICE for HBO. He has also executive produced numerous films for VICE, including Prince,The Boy Who Cried Author, Shot!, and Fishing Without Nets.
Jeremy Rifkin is an economic and social theorist and the author of over twenty books including "The Zero Marginal Cost Society," "The Third Industrial Revolution," and "The Empathic Civilization." He is an advisor to the European Union and the People’s Republic of China, and a principal architect of their Third Industrial Revolution economic development plans. Mr. Rifkin has taught in the Executive Education program at the Wharton School since 1995. Mr. Rifkin is ranked among the top 10 most influential economic thinkers in the WorldPost / Huffington Post 2015 global survey of “The World’s Most Influential Voices”.
Mark Fields is the president and CEO of Ford Motor Company. Under his leadership, Ford is expanding its business to be both an auto and a mobility company in one of the most significant strategic shifts in company history. Fields recently announced a $4.5 billion investment in electrified vehicles, the introduction of 13 new electric vehicles globally in the next five years, including hybrid-powered autonomous vehicle starting in North America in 2021. Fields joined Ford in 1989 and progressed through a number of leadership positions in the United States, South America, Asia and Europe.
Cynthia Littleton is Managing Editor, TV at Variety. She began her career at United Press International, followed by stints at Broadcasting & Cable magazine, Variety, and The Hollywood Reporter, where she rose to Editor before rejoining Variety in 2007. Cynthia is the author of "TV on Strike: Why Hollywood Went to War Over the Internet" (Syracuse University Press, 2013), the definitive account of the 2007-2008 Writers Guild of America strike. She is also the co-author with Susanne Daniels of "Season Finale: The Unexpected Rise and Fall of the WB Network and UPN" (HarperCollins, 2007).
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