February 2016

Jim Pickell

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Jim Pickell is President of, an advisor, angel investor, and frequent guest lecturer. Previously, Pickell founded several companies including, Latin America's leading online language school, and served as Senior Vice President of Sony Connect in L.A., where he led the digital distribution of films, music, and eBooks. His later quest to collaborate with like-minded thinkers and create ideas that influence positive change led him to, first as a member and now as a core part of what he calls "a 23-year-old startup." Pickell is a member of the board of the Family Travel Association and an adjunct professor of entrepreneurship at the Argyros School of Business and Economics. He holds a degree in economics from UC Berkeley, a JD from Loyola Law School, and an MBA from the Anderson School at UCLA.
Jim Pickell

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