Rahilla Zafar is currently producing an upcoming documentary showcasing the global cultural renaissance being created through NFTs and Web3 technology. She is also on the advisory board of Altered State Machine, Wave Financial, and Fourth Revolution Capital. She previously worked for ConsenSys helping identify partnerships with governments including Smart Dubai, the first city to have a blockchain mandate. Prior to that she worked for the International Organization for Migration (which is a United Nations agency) and the NATO-led mission in Afghanistan.
Rebecca Scott is of Ngati Kahungunu descent, a barrister and early Web3 investor. In addition to her legal practice, Rebecca has a long history of commitment to community and charitable causes in sciences, arts and in advancing access to justice. She was a founding Trustee of the CatWalk Spinal Cord Injury Research Trust in New Zealand.
X Games medalist and social entrepreneur Brooke Howard-Smith is the co-founder of Non Fungible Labs, WeAreTENZING & Otterfish. He is an award-winning TV producer/presenter and has raised over $12 million for charities as the founder of many of New Zealand's largest fundraisers, including Rise Up Christchurch and Comedy for Cure Kids.
Alexandra Grant is a Los Angeles–based visual artist who examines language and written texts through painting, drawing, sculpture, video, and other media. She is the creator of the grantLOVE project, which has donated artwork to raise funds for arts-based non-profits, including Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA); Project Angel Food; Art of Elysium; 18th Street Arts Center, and LAXART. In 2017, Grant co-founded X Artists’ Books, a publishing house for artist-centered books.
Keanu Reeves is an iconic actor, producer, writer, and director who has entertained audiences worldwide for more than three decades. Reeves has developed an eclectic film roster that includes blockbuster franchises such as The Matrix and John Wick, has starred in indie films like My Own Private Idaho, and made his directorial debut in 2013 with Man of Tai Chi. Reeves is also the co-founder of ARCH Motorcycle and creator of BRZRKR, his first comic book and graphic novel series that launched in March 2021.