Salman Khan is the founder of Khan Academy, a non-profit providing online instruction to people all over the world. He began by tutoring his cousins remotely by video. The videos attracted a large YouTube following. Today, Khan Academy is an online learning platform which includes practice exercises, instructional videos, analytics and teacher tools with 15 million registered users.
Alex Gibney is an Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker. Alex’s film “Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, and the Prison of Belief” aired on HBO in 2015. Based on Lawrence Wright’s book by the same name, the film was one of the most talked-about at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.
Jeffrey Tambor is a six-time Emmy-nominated actor best known for playing two of the greatest characters ever to grace a television screen: Hank Kingsley in “The Larry Sanders Show” and George Bluth Sr. in “Arrested Development.” He is also starred in the Amazon series “Transparent,” which earned him two Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe Award.
Kevin Nealon is a comedian and actor who spent 9 years on “Saturday Night Live,” including three as the anchor of Weekend Update, and 7 seasons in the cast of the Showtime series “Weeds.”
Tony Kushner is a Pulitzer Prize-winning and Tony and Emmy award-winning playwright and screenwriter whose credits include “Lincoln,” “Munich” and “Angels in America.”