President and Founder, Living in Digital Times
Robin Raskin has spent longer than she cares to remember exploring what it means to be living in digital times. An author, editor, events and conferences creator, magazine publisher, blogger, TV and radio personality, and consultant, Raskin says she’s never met a media she doesn’t like, and is happiest when she’s writing about technology’s second citizens: kids, seniors and women.
Raskin is the former editor of PC Magazine and Editor in Chief of FamilyPC. She’s been a columnist for USA Today Online and Yahoo! and has authored 6 books about parenting in the digital age and one book as the parent of college graduates called The Parents’ Guide to College Life. For the past five years, Raskin partnered with the Consumer Electronics Association, where she produces a number of different lifestyle events including Living in Digital Times, HigherEd Tech, KidsatPlay, MommyTech, Silvers Summit, Digital Health, Sports and Fitness Tech, Last Gadget Standing, Mobile Apps Showdown, and FashionWare. Each mixes entertainment, education and great technologies to create some of the most popular forums at CES. Raskin lives in NYC and the Hudson Valley, with her husband, her three drop in now and then children, and closets full of obsolete technology.
Founder of Design Concept
Linda Nessim-Rubin is the Founder of Design Concept, a production company hosting corporate events, tradeshows and summits; and is partner in Living in Digital Times, which focuses on technology that’s relevant to particular lifestyles. Before starting Design Concepts Linda completed an 18-year stint as Executive Vice President of Communications and Branding for The Princeton Review, a leading provider of education services and products, with more than 200 publications and 150,000 students worldwide. In her role, Linda was responsible for overseeing all public relations, market research, marketing communication efforts and Human Resources for the company. With over 20 years of professional experience in the marketing of cutting-edge educational products, Linda has been quoted in publications such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Business Week.
Tonda Bunge Sellers
FamilyTech & [email protected]
Tonda Bunge Sellers brings her warm southern charm and entrepreneurial spirit to play as the producer of the [email protected] Summit at CES. Sellers brings over 18 years of experience in education, policy, technology and conference planning with her. Her duties have ranged from budget and contract administration to establishing advisory boards to creating a unique vision for conferences at over 50 venues. Hailing from Texas, Sellers began her career in the classroom, quickly turning to education reform and public policy through an involvement with a number of high-profile economic development and child advocacy nonprofits. She served as Executive Director of the Texas Entrepreneur Initiative and as the Conference Director of the Austin Game Initiative. She has spent the last 10 years directing the highly regarded Digital Kids Conference.Sellers is the mother of two and an active community participant in everything from local PTA, the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo to leadership in the Junior League Austin and Chicago.