Chevi Chung is the visionary behind empathos company and a theatre artist currently based in Tacoma. She has worked in London, Los Angeles, and Seattle. She holds an MA in Acting from the Guildford School of Acting, pursued her undergraduate theatre studies at the University of La Verne, and earned a BA in Organizational Leadership from Brandman University. Chevi is energized by stories about People of Color, women, and history.
Rob Meyerson is the founder and CEO of Delalune Space, a management consulting company
focused on the aerospace, mobility and technology sectors. Rob is the former President of Blue
Rob oversaw the steady growth of Blue Origin from 2003 to 2017, evolving a 10-person
research-focused organization into a more than 1500-person organization. Under Rob’s
leadership, Blue Origin developed the New Shepard system for suborbital human and research
flights, the BE-3 LOX/LH2 rocket engine, the BE-4 LOX/LNG rocket engine, the New Glenn
launch vehicle as well as the manufacturing and test capabilities to enable all the above. During
2018, Rob created Blue’s Advanced Development Programs group, a new P&L business
developing the human spacecraft, planetary landers, habitats, in-space tugs and the technology
portfolio that will enable a future where millions of people are living and working in space.
Rob began his career as
an aerodynamicist at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC).
Sean Goode is a “cause-driven leader” who works through the nonprofit Choose 180 to provide creative second chances to youth and young adults at risk of being lost to the court system. Prior to serving CHOOSE 180, Sean served at the YMCA for 7 years leading local and national efforts to increase youth education and to combat gang violence. Sean was born in Tacoma but grew up in South King County where he overcame many of the same challenges that the young people he serves encounter. He is a graduate of Highline College and declares proudly that he is the father of 2 amazing children and the husband of the most beautiful woman in the world. For fun, Sean enjoys running ½ marathons and spending time with his family. With a rich community service history of gang intervention, juvenile chaplaincy and educational advocacy, he will continue to work toward the goal of decimalizing youthful behavior and assuring every young person has a community of support so they too can CHOOSE 180.
Dr. Tim Mundon is the Chief Engineer with Oscilla Power and is responsible for the design and development of the Triton wave energy converter. He has an affiliate faculty position with the Mechanical Engineering department at the University of Washington. Dr Mundon has more than 15 years’ experience working on the development of wave energy, receiving a PhD from the University of Edinburgh in 2005, and has contributed towards the engineering design for many offshore energy projects. He is currently involved with a number of research projects and is considered to be one of the preeminent experts in the field of marine renewable energy.