About NextGen Advisory Board

The NextGen Advisory Board at the Computer History Museum (CHM) was created to inform, inspire, and connect the next generation of entrepreneurs, innovators, and startups. The board has extensive experience in technology entrepreneurship, venture capital, product management, marketing and public relations, and many other professional fields in Silicon Valley. Learn more at www.computerhistory.org/nextgen/.

Articles by NextGen Advisory Board(2)

Programming the System of the World: The Industrial Internet of Things

Programming the System of the World: The Industrial Internet of Things

 May 04, 2017 CHM Live, Exponential Center
At the “Programming the System of the World” event on March 30, co-hosted by the Exponential Center and the NextGen Advisory Board, three panelists at the forefront of advances in the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) gathered at the Computer History Museum to discuss how new technologies are transforming the industrial world. Read More
Day of the Dead: Exploring Failure with Silicon Valley Veterans Kim Polese, Bill Reichert, and Justin Kan

Day of the Dead: Exploring Failure with Silicon Valley Veterans Kim Polese, Bill Reichert, and Justin Kan

 Nov 15, 2016 Exponential Center
Work in Silicon Valley long enough, and you’ll end up with your own private collection of startup paraphernalia: T-shirts, tchotchkes, branded office supplies, and other relics of companies failed but not forgotten. At the “Day of the Dead” event on October 28, co-hosted by Exponential Center and the NextGen Board, attendees sported them like badges of honor. Read More