Chairman and CEO
Leonard Liu has served 30 years in the systems industry, with a history of developing innovative computing
technologies into successful businesses. He has played key roles in the development of the PC, enterprise software, and
semiconductor industries. Most recently, he served as president of ASE Group, a provider of IC test and packaging
services, having held roles as chairman and CEO of Walker Interactive Systems, COO of Cadence Design Systems, and
president of Acer Group. He has been a champion of globally distributed software development for decades. Dr. Liu
began his career at IBM, where he was responsible for the creation and implementation of SQL and the management
of CICS, SNA, and AIX, eventually overseeing the worldwide database and language lines of business. He received his
undergraduate degree from Taiwan University and his Ph.D. from Princeton University.
Doreen Lorenzo, as president of frog design, drives company strategy and oversees worldwide operations. During
her ten years with frog, Ms. Lorenzo has been instrumental in restructuring the company, taking it from a traditional
design boutique to one of the world’s foremost strategic-creative consulting firms, securing broad-based arrangements
with FORTUNE 500® clients, including General Electric and Hewlett-Packard. Before joining frog, Ms. Lorenzo
was director of marketing communications and Internet marketing for Power Computing, where she built an online
marketing division that brought in millions of dollars a day in product sales—long before Internet retailing was
commonplace. Previously, she was a communications consultant in the Bay Area, where she worked with a variety of
blue-chip clients. A frequent resource to various business publications, Ms. Lorenzo has been featured on ABC Now,
Bloomberg Radio, the New York Times, and other media outlets.
CTO and Senior Vice President, Experience and Technology Organization
Adobe Systems Inc.
Kevin Lynch oversees Adobe’s experience design and core technology across business units. This role includes driving
Adobe’s technology platform for designers and developers across desktops and devices, including Adobe AIR™, the
cross-operating system application runtime that bridges the computing power and data capabilities of the desktop
with the real-time dynamic capabilities of the web. Before being named CTO in 2008, Mr. Lynch served as senior vice
president and chief software architect for Adobe’s platform business unit. He joined Adobe through the company’s
2005 acquisition of Macromedia, Inc., where, among other responsibilities, he oversaw the initial development
of Dreamweaver®. Before joining Macromedia in 1996, Mr. Lynch served General Magic, where he pioneered a
navigational user interface for handheld communicators. Previously, he designed the user interface and developed
the first Macintosh release of FrameMaker® software for Frame Technology, later acquired by Adobe. While at the
University of Illinois, he developed early Macintosh applications. He holds three patents, with others pending.
Co-founder, Global Voices
Assistant Professor, University of Hong Kong
Rebecca MacKinnon is co-founder of Global Voices ( Globalvoicesonline.org), an international bloggers’ network.
Veteran journalist, China hand, and online media pioneer, she currently lives in Hong Kong, where she is an assistant
professor at the University of Hong Kong’s Journalism and Media Studies Center. She teaches online journalism and
conducts research on the Chinese Internet, free expression, and corporate responsibility. She also serves as public
lead for Creative Commons Hong Kong. Before moving to Hong Kong, Ms. MacKinnon was a research fellow at
Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society, where she co-founded Global Voices with Ethan
Zuckerman. Fluent in Mandarin Chinese, Ms. MacKinnon served CNN in Northeast Asia as Beijing bureau chief
and correspondent from 1998 to 2001 and as Tokyo bureau chief and correspondent from 2001 to 2003. Her blog is