Meredith Perry is the Founder and CEO of Elemind, a company developing bleeding-edge noninvasive neuromodulation technology. Prior to Elemind, Meredith founded uBeam, a company that develops long range ultrasonic wireless power systems. Meredith invented uBeam’s technology as an undergrad at the University of Pennsylvania, which won the Penn Invention competition. She holds numerous patents related to both Elemind and uBeam’s technologies.
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About TEchnology Speaker Meredith Perry
While at Penn, Meredith served as a student ambassador for NASA, where she worked on technology to detect life on Mars, experimented in zero gravity, and researched and published papers in astrobiology and medicine. She graduated in 2011 with a degree in paleobiology.
Meredith has been recognized by Forbes’ “30 Under 30”, Vanity Fair’s “The New Establishment”, Fortune’s Most Powerful Women, and Fast Company’s “Most Creative People”. She is also the recipient of Elle Magazine’s Genius Award. Meredith resides in Los Angeles.
Meredith Perry Technology Speaker Topics
1. How to invent something or solve difficult technological problems
2. The future of neurotechnology / brain computer interface technology
3. Wireless power
4. How to start a startup
5. How to run a hardware startup
6. How to raise venture capital
7. How to structure a company
Meredith has been recognized by Forbes’ “30 Under 30”, Vanity Fair’s “The New Establishment”, Fortune’s Most Powerful Women, and Fast Company’s “Most Creative People”