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Whitney Johnson is a leading thinker on driving innovation via personal disruption, and the co-founder of a boutique investment firm with Clayton Christensen.
A disruptor of ideas and wielder of influence, Whitney Johnson uses her talent to build movements. Having immersed her life and studies in the idea of personal disruption, this innovator and former Institutional Investor-ranked Wall Street analyst infuses communications with a palpable business story.
Whitney is the author of the acclaimed Dare, Dream, Do: Remarkable Things Happen When You Dare to Dream. She has been named on numerous “Smart Thinkers” and “People to Follow” lists including the prestigious Thinkers 50 by major media such as Inc. Magazine, Business Insider and Huffington Post and is quoted in Wall Street Journal, CNN, Fast Company, Forbes and more.
She regularly speaks and consults with Fortune 100 Companies including J&J, PepsiCo and Morgan Stanley.
Whether speaking at corporations and universities, contributing at international conferences, blogging for Harvard Business Review or tweeting 140-character messages, her prolific insights on personal disruption, disruptive innovation, and startups are imbibed and shared by tens of thousands of loyal followers.
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Whitney Johnson’s exceptional focus and discernment for momentum—when it’s building, when it’s peaking and when it’s gone, has enabled her to pick winners – whether stocks, start-ups, concepts or people.
As co-founder of a startup investment advisory firm, she co-led an in-the-trenches venture that applied frameworks of disruptive innovation to investing.
Whitney Johnson also provides strategic and tactical advice to CEOs of early stage start-ups—advising how to influence opinion, build a movement and connect to the right people – and works as a strategic consultant and advisory board member for companies of all sizes to take disruptive ideas to the next level.
In addition to keynotes for Fortune 500 companies, universities and non-profit organizations, Whitney facilitates breakout sessions, moderates roundtables and appears on panels.