Kara Miller is not your typical journalist. She is founding Executive Editor and Host of ‘Innovation Hub” for public radio. Currently, she writes ‘The Big Idea’ column for the Boston Globe.
Whatever Ms. Miller does, she seems to be at the center of the trends and the circle of people responsible for the latest developments in science, technology, medicine and education.
She has accepted the Center for Intellectual Property Understanding’s invitation to deliver the keynote address at the 2023 Intellectual Property Awareness Summit in Boston on May 2nd. It is the first time IPAS is being held in Boston. For many, it is long overdue.
Early Bird Discounts
This year’s theme is “Bridges, Not Barricades.” An early-bird discount is still available. Tap here to register. Those unable to travel may be able to attend virtually. Contact CIPU at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Ms. Miller has worked across radio, TV, and print for the past 15 years. From 2011 to 2021, she hosted and served as the executive editor of the public radio program, “Innovation Hub,” which she launched. The program aired on more than 100 stations. It spotlighted compelling thinkers and received the 2021 Clarion Award for Radio Talk or Interview Program.
“Few people understand how to protect their ideas, and that’s particularly true when it comes to those with fewer resources,” says Ms. Miller. “Bridging the divide empowers both individuals and businesses.”
The Big Idea,” her Globe column, examines game-changing ideas in everything from traffic to dating to housing. Ms. Miller has moderated events hosted events for The International Women’s Forum, PBS Digital Media for STEM, Harvard Medical School, and The Museum of Science Boston. She has run and hosted a live series for Google and MIT, interviewing experts about thorny problems. Ms. Miller, who holds a Ph.D. from Tufts and a B.A. from Yale, also hosts a podcast for Khosla Ventures, “Instigators of Change.”
IPAS 2023 Panels will include:
- ‘The Innovation Race: IP and global leadership, China and beyond’
- ‘Educating future leaders about IP — What they need to know’
- ‘IP Awareness Survey: What 1,000 Americans believe about IP rights’
Speakers and panelists are IP thought-leaders from: IBM, MIT Engineering and Computer Science, MassBio, Kellogg School of Management, Center for Research Innovation at Northeastern University, the Lemelson-MIT Young Inventor Education Program, Cornell University’s Entrepreneur of the Year, Mass General Brigham, Forbes’ innovation and women columnist, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (former Director)
“Bridging the divide empowers both individuals and businesses”
USPTO’s Patent Public Advisory Committee (PPAC), the Black Inventors Hall of Fame, the Copyright Alliance (Washington), WGBH Public Radio, the Boston Globe, Smithsonian Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation History, Northwestern University’s Segal Design Institute, IP Watchdog and the Global Innovation Policy Center in Washington.
Join a group of leadinging thinkers who care about the future of innovation and creative expression, and are working to assure their future.
To view the agenda, speakers, and their bios, visit www.ipawarenesssummit.com. Space is limited. Register here today.
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