Greensburg Green Town
Daniel Wallach is the founding executive director of Greensburg Green Town, a nonprofit organization working to
rebuild the town of Greensburg, Kan., after it was destroyed by a tornado in 2007. In the past year, the community
has made great progress toward reaching its objective to become “America’s Model Green Town.” With more than
90% of the buildings destroyed, Greensburg is now on track to have the country’s largest concentration of energy-efficient LEED-certified public and commercial buildings, and dozens of cutting-edge sustainably designed homes;
these buildings will serve as a demonstration site of sustainable technologies to the world. The town will be powered
by 100% alternative energy. Mr. Wallach is a social entrepreneur who was founding executive director of the Colorado
Association of Nonprofit Organizations (renamed Colorado Nonprofit Association)and a co-founder of the National
Council of Nonprofit Associations.
Chief Technology Officer
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Padmasree Warrior is responsible for helping drive Cisco Systems’ technological innovations and strategy. She works
closely with its senior executive team and board to align these efforts with the company’s corporate goals. She also
pushes the organization to stretch beyond its current capabilities in technology, strategic partnerships, and new
business models. Before joining Cisco in 2007, she was CTO at Motorola, where she led a team of 26,000 engineers
and directed Motorola Labs, with an annual R&D budget of $3.7 billion. During her 23-year Motorola career, she
served in a broad range of roles, including general manager of Motorola’s Energy Systems Group and CTO for its
Semiconductor Products Sector. Under her leadership, Motorola was awarded the 2004 Presidential National Medal of
Technology. Among many professional honors, she was recently ranked as the 11th Most Influential Global Indian by
the Economic Times.
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Doron Weber directs the program in Public Understanding of Science and Technology, which supports books,
radio, television, film, theater, and the Internet, at the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation; that program has been honored
by the National Science Foundation with a public service award for its innovative use of media. Mr. Weber also runs
the program in Universal Access to Knowledge, which seeks to make human knowledge freely accessible to people
everywhere. This program supports Wikipedia and the Internet Archive, mass digitization through Open Content
Alliance principles at the Library of Congress, PALINET-SOLINET and others, and the Espresso Book Machine. A
major sponsor of award-winning shows on public television and national public radio, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation,
under Mr. Weber’s direction, has partnered with top film schools and leading Hollywood producers and film festivals
such as Sundance and Tribeca. Mr. Weber also created a nationwide theater program that commissions dozens of new
science plays each year.
Co-chairman and Co-CEO
Bradley Wechsler has served as the co-chairman and co-CEO of IMAX Corp. since 1996. Previously he was chairman
and interim CEO of IMAX. Earlier he held various executive positions in the entertainment industry serving, and in
partnership with, Home Box Office, Silver Screen Partners, and Columbia Pictures, among others. Mr. Wechsler is
a vice chairman of the NYU Hospital and Medical Center, serves on its executive committee, and chairs its finance
committee. He also serves on the boards of the American Museum of the Moving Image, the Ethical Culture Fieldston
Schools, Math for America, and Apollo Business Development Corp. Mr. Wechsler holds a BA degree from Brandeis
University and a JD from Columbia Law School.