Not Impossible: Crowd-Solving a Human Future
Monday, March 16
3:30PM - 4:30PM
110 E 2nd St
At some point in history every "thing" was impossible. Every idea has its day and, with connectivity of like-communities at historic levels, the ability for Not Impossible to both crowd-source issues that matter, and crowd-solve those problems by harvesting time from brilliant minds and passionate project managers, has never been more perfect. Not Impossible is having an impact by undertaking initiatives that help one person, then distributing those stories to inspire others to use similar technologies, too, or inspire others to take up the cause of also helping one person within reach: Help One. Help Many.
Known for the Eyewriter, Project Daniel, the Brainwriter and introducing collaborative initiatives with as wide-ranging effect as eradicating retinal cancers in kids, or teaching 10x as many cerebral palsy patients to walk, Not Impossible's Elliot Kotek wants to inspire you to join its community of do-ers and dynamos making the world a more "human" place.
Co-Founder & Content Chief
The current content chief and co-founder of Not Impossible, and editor-in-chief of www.NotImpossibleNow.com, Elliot is also the founder and editor-in-chief of Beyond Cinema and the former editor-in...Show the rest
The current content chief and co-founder of Not Impossible, and editor-in-chief of www.NotImpossibleNow.com, Elliot is also the founder and editor-in-chief of Beyond Cinema and the former editor-in-chief of both Moving Pictures and Celebs.com.
A former M&A/Biotech Venture Capital attorney in Australia and New York, Elliot holds a Law Degree, a B.Sc. in Pharmacology & Toxicology, studied at The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute and completed UCLA’s Professional Program in Screenwriting. He’s become a recognizable figure in taking stories based in the spheres of science and technology, and ensuring that they are not only accessible, but that they serve to inspire.
Elliot has contributed to dozens of publications, including: The Hollywood Reporter, Distinction for The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Confidential, Gotham, Flaunt, Inked, Movies.com, MovieMaker, GQ and Details’ Style.com.Hide the rest