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Framing innovation through collaborations big and small

Connectivity isn’t a nice-to-have for innovation. It’s mandatory, and collaboration between AT&T and startups at all stages could push the world forward and provide the framework for innovation. Watch this session with AT&T CTO Jeremy Legg and a special guest panelist as they discuss the key elements your startup needs to drive tomorrow’s next connectivity innovation breakthrough.


Jeremy Legg | Chief Technology Officer, AT&T

Jeremy Legg, Chief Technology Officer – AT&T oversees the technology organizations for Business, Consumer, Data & Analytics, IT & Cloud, Network Architecture & AT&T Labs, Security and New Product Development. Jeremy’s AT&T Technology Services (ATS) organization is helping AT&T modernize its legacy IT infrastructure and migrate as much of it as possible to the cloud while retiring outdated systems. In addition, Jeremy’s team also includes business and consumer technology platforms as well as experts developing new products and services built on AT&T’s leading-edge 5G and fiber connectivity. Prior to joining AT&T in June 2020, Jeremy was executive vice president and CTO for WarnerMedia, responsible for all technology strategy, development and operations, as well as the technology development of the video streaming platform HBO Max.

Edna Martinson | Co-founder, Boddle Learning

Edna Martinson is the co-founder of Boddle Learning— a gamified learning platform that helps K-6 teachers deliver engaging and adaptive math practice & assessments using gameplay and AI. Boddle’s award winning platform has served over 2.5million+ students and supports thousands of classrooms across the US. Originally from Ghana, West Africa, Edna came to the US to pursue her Bachelors of Science in International Business at the age of 16. She also holds an MBA from the University of Missouri— Kansas City. A Forbes Next 1000 recipient, Edna has always been a big believer in the importance of education and a solid foundation at a young age, and this passion to help young kids succeed academically has fueled her passion for the edtech space. Her bold and visionary leadership stems from a strong background in building business relationships, executing on growth hacking strategies, and building strong teams.

Clarence Tan | Co-founder, Boddle Learning

Clarence Tan is a co-founder of Boddle Learning — a kids gaming platform that makes learning seriously fun both in and outside the classroom that is used by over 2.5 million kids. Clarence has more than 10 years of experience designing games and UX in the kids and learning space, and is also a speaker on classroom gamification at educational conferences such as ISTE, KCPT(PBS), SXSWEDU, and LearnFest. He has dedicated his work to creating engaging experiences that improve student outcomes in the K-12 space.