Terence G. Kawaja
GCA Savvian Advisors, LLC
Terence Kawaja is a seasoned investment banker specializing in the media and communications industry. He has
more than 19 years of experience as an M&A specialist advising on some of the most significant transactions of the
last decade, including a role advising AOL on its merger with Time Warner. His clients include AOL, AT&T, Comcast,
CBS, Cox, Clear Channel, and Bell Canada, as well as smaller growth companies. Mr. Kawaja has completed more
than 100 transactions totaling more than $300 billion in value. He started his career at Salomon Brothers in 1989
and advanced to managing director and global head of media M&A at Citigroup. He served as CFO of Raindance
Communications, which went public in 2000. Mr. Kawaja also has experience with media and Internet companies as a
managing director at Credit Suisse and Gridley & Co., and is currently advising companies in the digital media sector.
Chief Privacy Officer and Head of Global Public Policy
Chris Kelly is the chief privacy officer and head of global public policy at Facebook, where he brings more than a
decade of business, information privacy, public policy, and legal experience. He previously served as chief privacy
officer at Excite@Home, Kendara (which was acquired by Excite@Home), and Spoke Software. Through his in-house work and service at the international law firm Baker & Mckenzie and the technology law firm Wilson
Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, Mr. Kelly advised major Internet and media clients on the increasing challenges of
intellectual property and privacy protection for the digital age. He also served as an education advisor in the Clinton
administration. Mr. Kelly holds a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University, a master’s degree from Yale
University, and a JD from Harvard Law School.
Co-founder and Senior Maverick, Wired Magazine
Editor and Publisher, Cool Tools
Kevin Kelly has participated in and reported on the culture of technology for 25 years. He helped launch Wired in
1993 and served as its executive editor until 1999. He is currently editor and publisher of the popular Cool Tools, True
Film, and Street Use websites. From 1984 to 1990, Mr. Kelly was publisher and editor of the Whole Earth Review. He
also co-founded the ongoing Hackers’ Conference, and was involved with the launch of the WELL, a pioneering online
service started in 1985. A few years ago he started a scientific campaign to catalog all the living species of life on Earth.
Mr. Kelly is the author of New Rules for the New Economy and Out of Control. Earlier he was a photographer in remote
parts of Asia and published his photographs in magazines and a photo art book, Asia Grace. He is a charter board
member of the Long Now Foundation.
Imran Khan is JPMorgan’s Internet, media, and entertainment analyst. He ranked No. 2 for Internet in the Institutional
Investor All-America Research Poll in 2005, 2006, and 2007. Consistently recognized as one of the top Internet analysts
in the Greenwich Research Poll since 2005, Mr. Khan is the author of some of the industry’s most widely read research
reports, including “Nothing But Net 2006,” “The Rise of Ad Networks,” “Nothing But Net 2007,” and “Large Cap
Courtship and Consolidation.” Mr. Khan is a sought-after speaker and has been invited to present at leading industry