Julia Mossbridge, MA, PhD

In addition to being the founder and research director of Mossbridge Institute, LLC, Dr. Mossbridge is the co-founder, past executive director and current treasurer of The Institute for Love and Time (TILT), an affiliate professor at University of San Diego in the Dept. of Physics and Biophysics, and a fellow at the Institute of Noetic Sciences.

Her focus is on teaching and learning about love and time, and she pursues this focus by speaking about love and time, leading related projects, conducting research, and writing books and articles.

Julia’s Ph.D. in communication sciences and disorders is from Northwestern University, her M.A. in neuroscience is from the University of California at San Francisco, and she received her B.A. with highest honors in neuroscience from Oberlin College. She also invented and patented Choice Compass, a physiologically based decision-making app. A peer reviewer for Brain ResearchPsychological BulletinPerception, Cognition, PLoS OneExplore, and Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Dr. Mossbridge received funding from the National Institutes of Health in her role as post-doctoral member of the psychology department at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL.


Ryan Boudinot

Ryan Boudinot is the author of four books of fiction, including Blueprints of the Afterlife (Grove Atlantic), a finalist for the Philip K Dick Award. He founded Seattle City of Literature, the organization that successfully applied for membership to the UNESCO Creative Cities Network. His career in the tech industry has spanned twenty-five years and included work with Amazon, Microsoft, Google, Netflix, Expedia, and numerous startups. He was an inaugural member of the University of Washington’s CoMotion Labs Virtual Reality startup incubator and developed content strategy for audio tech R&D lab Immersion Networks. For eight years, Ryan taught graduate-level creative writing, and has led numerous workshops on fiction, essay writing, and literature at organizations including Richard Hugo House and Antioch College. 

Ryan’s interests lie in the fertile territory between fiction and the innovations that technology can actually make possible. His proposal for the World Integration Loop, a conceptual framework for integrating earth data with cycles of human motivation and reward, was included in the International Research Centre on Artificial Intelligence Global Top 100 list of 2021. 

Ryan holds an MFA from Bennington College and a BA from The Evergreen State College. He lives in Seattle, across the street from a yoga studio where he spends much of his time. 


Cyndi Coon

Cyndi Coon is a time traveler and rule-bender, nerding out for good using data, science and curious questions as an Applied Experiential Futurist for enterprise, governments, higher education, industry, the military, and private partnerships. She is an Affiliate at the Center for Emergency Management & Homeland Security and is a Co-Chair of the Human Wisdom Committee IEEE Planet Positive Strong Sustainability by Design and the Chief Media Officer for Content Evolution. She leads the i4j (global innovation for jobs workforce) and Coolabilities communities. She is the Founder and Principal Futurist at Applied Futures Lab, Founder at Laboratory5 and Co-Founder of the Threatcasting Lab.

Constellation of Experience
Cyndi has peered into the future of Accessibility, Aerospace, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big Data, Bio-Health, Coolabilities, Covid-19, Design Fiction, Digital Currency, Digital Equity, Disabilities, Gender Equality, Human Ecosystems, [the] Individual, Information Warfare, Leadership, Mis/Dis/Mal Information, Ship Building, Sports, Truth, Workforce, Weaponization and more. Her clients and collaborators include the Army Cyber Institute, BioDesign Institute, Industrial Base Analysis and Sustainment Program, Homeland Security, National Guard, Sandia National Lab, and the US Secret Service, to highlight a few.