Jeffrey Rogers

Principal, Learning & Facilitation @ be radical Group

Speaker Biography.

Really Short Bio (50 words)

Jeffrey Rogers, Principal Learning & Facilitation at be radical, wants to get you involved. He believes the future is too important to be left to the futurists, and his grand professional goal is to empower more people to think/act/live and lead like the future is theirs to create. Jeffrey is passionate about lifelong learning and designing unique learning experiences that build knowledge while also building community. He’s been a top-rated facilitator and moderator of executive education programs and international summits at Singularity University since 2017 and has also been featured as a guest lecturer and workshop leader at the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business, the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford, and the Empowerment Summit at ECAL in Lausanne.

Basic Bio (~250 words)

As a speaker, facilitator, and workshop designer, Jeffrey Rogers brings an interdisciplinary and systems-oriented approach to exploring the question of what it means to live and to lead in an era of accelerating change.

Jeffrey is a multi-modal educator and conversation catalyst who creates unique learning experiences that build knowledge while also building community through collaboration, storytelling, and play. He’s been a top-rated moderator of immersive executive education programs and international summits for Singularity University since 2017 and has also been featured as a guest lecturer and workshop leader at the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business, the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford, and the Empowerment Summit (at ECAL in Lausanne), and Brand Minds 2019 in Bucharest.

Previously, Jeffrey spent a decade building learning and development solutions, consulting on a couple of e-learning startups, and designing and delivering experiential youth leadership programs. He’s a social scientist by training (UC Berkeley, UT Austin) and a future-focused educator--with abiding interests in leadership, human ecology & complexity--by calling. He believes the future is too important to be left to the futurists, and he wants to get you involved.