Mom Advocate, Born Just Right LLC
Reeves is passionate about social media and advocacy. In the journalism world, she manages KOMU-TV8's online properties and teaches new media at the Missouri School of Journalism. She was a member of the inaugural class of the Reynolds Journalism Institute Fellowship in 2008-09. She helped found the SMC Mid-MO and is currently Vice President. Reeves speaks on the power of social media in business, journalism and the higher education world. Reeves is also a self-described "mom advocate" at Born Just Right where she shares stories and lessons as a parent of a child who was born with a physical difference. She is married with two kids and two dogs. Reeves is a fan of technology, running and photography.
Founder & Chairman, Snibbe Interactive
Scott Snibbe is a media artist, filmmaker, and entrepreneur in interactivity. Whether on mobile devices or in public spaces, his interactive art spurs people to participate socially, emotionally, and physically. His works are strongly influenced by cinema: particularly animation, silent, and surrealist film; and often mix live and filmed performances with real-time interaction. Snibbe’s art is in the permanent collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art and The Museum of Modern Art, and has been shown in hundreds of solo and group exhibitions worldwide. His large-scale interactive projects have been incorporated into concert tours, Olympics, science museums, airports, and other major public space and events. Snibbe is the founder Snibbe Interactive, which creates interactive exhibits and events; and Scott Snibbe Studio, which produces apps for mobile devices. Snibbe was born in 1969 in New York City. He holds degrees in Computer Science and Fine Art from Brown University, and studied experimental animation at the Rhode Island School of Design; his animated films have been widely shown internationally. He has taught media art and experimental film at Brown University, The San Francisco Art Institute, the California Institute of the Arts, the Rhode Island School of Design, and U.C. Berkeley. Early in his career, Snibbe worked at Adobe Systems where he helped to create Adobe After Effects. Snibbe also worked at Interval Research, performing basic research in haptics, computer vision, and interactive cinema. As a researcher, Snibbe has published numerous articles and academic papers, and is an inventor on over a dozen patents.