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AllHumanity Network is very proud to welcome David Traub to our humanitarian network.  

David has nearly 30 years of experience as an award-winning executive producer of feature films, digital media products and games; as a venture catalyst, global business and economic development executive; and as an investor and/or board member/advisor to over 35 startup, early stage, institutional, multi-national and government entities. 

David's current activities include the executive production of the United Nations GSII Global Goals Award Show movies, Executive Director for a new Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)-centric United Nations MBA program; and founding activities related to a new SDG-centric UN Venture Fund. On the media side he was Exec or Co-Producer on the recent movies JOBS and BRONX BULL (the story of Jake LaMotta), and is currently Executive Producing GEORGE BENSON, AMERICAN KING and others, His first feature film credit was for primary VR consultant, and for producing display graphics on, THE LAWNMOWER MAN; and is involved in the development of the pending sequel.

David is author of nearly 50 articles on the evolution of the digital domain, education and economic development for publications, books and clients such as Ontario Ministry of Culture, NTT-Docomo, Microsoft and Carnagie-Mellon. He has given more than 60 keynote and other speeches globally. David earned a Ed.M in Education from Harvard ('90) with focus on optimizing economic/career development via entertainment interfaces/media, while conducting class-work at MIT Media Lab & Harvard’s Business School. In 1984 he earned undergraduate degrees in rhetoric & film with honors from the UC Berkeley.

His "personal passion" is the use of popular media/technology for positive 'soft power' social impact; digital innovation/entrepreneurship in the same regard, and in general, any and all content that delivers ‘bio-psycho-social’ -friendly curriculum and solutions: the ‘missing piece’ in modern education.

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