Reboot 2018 Conference

September 21, 2018 at 8:00 AM PT

The Commonwealth Club
110 The Embarcadero
San Francisco, CA 94105

The Regulatory Transparency Project is proud to co-sponsor the fifth annual Lincoln Network Reboot conference. Join us for the conference on September 21 in the heart of San Francisco. This event brings together technologists, founders, politicos, policymakers and investors for an invitation-only full-day session. We provide you access to interactive programming, exclusive networking opportunities, and keynote presentations from leading voices in technology and policy.

This year’s theme is “innovation under threat,” focusing on rising fears over the impact of technology on society. Sessions will examine topics such as the rise of hipster antitrust, changing perspectives on disruption, social media as a threat to democracy, and job loss from automation. Are these fears justified, or should we embrace techno-optimism in the face of them? To answer these questions, we’ll hear the perspectives of leaders in government, venture capital, big tech, startups, policy experts, and more. Come join us, and equip yourself to better understand the policies that will shape the future.

Click here to view the conference agenda.

Michael Kratsios

Chief Technology Officer of the United States

Office of Science and Technology Policy

Mike Maples, Jr.

Founding Partner

Floodgate Capital

Dan Rothschild

Executive Director

Mercatus Center, George Mason University

Mike Godwin

Non-resident Distinguished Senior Fellow, Technology & Innovation

R Street Institute

Tiffany Moore

Senior Vice President, Political and Industry Affairs

Consumer Technology Association

Paul Martino

General Partner

Bullpen Capital

Adam Thierer

Senior Fellow, Technology & Innovation

R Street Institute

Daniel Schuman

Policy Director

Demand Progress

Jean Bordewich

Program Officer, Madison Initiative

William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

Renée DiResta

Advisor on Policy

Data for Democracy

Berin Szóka

Senior Fellow


Travis Moore

Founder and Director


Lorelei Kelly

Fellow, Beeck Center

Georgetown University

Neil Chilson

Senior Research Fellow for Technology and Innovation

Charles Koch Institute

Anne Hobson

Program Manager, Academic & Student Programs

Mercatus Center, George Mason University

Jennifer Pahlka

Founder and Executive Director

Code for America

Hal Singer

Managing Director

Econ One Research

Matt Stoller


Open Markets Institute

Geoffrey A. Manne

President and Founder

International Center for Law & Economics

Corynne McSherry

Legal Director

Electronic Frontier Foundation

Dr. Jerry A. Johnson

Former President

National Religious Broadcasters

Ellen Satterwhite

Vice President

Glen Echo Group

Liya Palagashvili

Assistant Professor of Economics

SUNY-Purchase College

Kathryn Biber Chen

General Counsel


Caleb Watney

Co-Founder and Co-CEO

Institute for Progress

Eric Goldman

Professor of Law and Co-Director of the High Tech Law Institute

Santa Clara University School of Law

Jesse Blumenthal

Manager of Tech and Innovation

Charles Koch Institute

Trae Stephens

Chairman, Anduril Industries

Partner, Founders Fund

Pablo E. Carrillo

Of Counsel

Squire Patton Boggs

Katie McAuliffe

Federal Affairs Manager & Executive Director for Digital Liberty

Americans for Tax Reform

Jamie Boone

Vice President, Government Affairs

Consumer Technology Association

Chris Riley

Director, Public Policy


Zach Graves

Head of Policy

Lincoln Network

Garrett Johnson

Co-Founder & Executive Director

Lincoln Network

Lincoln Network

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