Better known as Brusselsgeek, Jennifer Baker has been a journalist in print, radio and television for more than 20 years, the last 10 or so specialising in EU policy and live event presentation.
Regularly listed as one of the top influencers in the EU bubble, Jennifer was named #1 Tech Influencer 2019 by ZN, and listed by Politico as one of the #1 Tech Influencer 2019 by ZN, and listed by Politico as one of the Top 20 Women Shaping Brussels in 2017. Onalytica ranked her as one of the world's Top 100 Influencers on Data Security 2016.
She regularly features as an EU expert on BBC radio, Euronews, Sky News and other media, and hosts Brussels’ must-watch weekly round-up show TOTW for Euractiv. From editing a national daily paper in Malta to reporting on European affairs for Middle Eastern television, she has worked across a wide range of media and written for some of the biggest names in publishing. Jennifer has a wealth of experience in navigating the political quagmire of the EU and is skilled in translating EU policy-speak into understandable English.
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Camille Moulin has been an open-source and open-standards advocate for a number of years now. He is currently working as a consultant at Inno³, a niche French consultancy specialised in all things open from an IP and organisational point of view. In this role, he focuses on legal compliance and FOSS sustainability issues.
Daniel Du Seuil is the convenor of the European Self Sovereign Identity Framework (ESSIF) within the European Blockchain Partnership. This partnership of 30 EU Member States and supporting countries established a European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI) to help deliver cross-border digital public services meeting high security and privacy standards.
Daniel is also the initiator and project leader of the National Belgian SSI project Blockchain on the Move. He is currently working as a project manager for digital transformation at Howest – Web3 Unit, and was the former blockchain programme manager for the Flemish government. He is a member of the EU Blockchain Observatory and co-initiator of the Belgian blockchain taskforce at Beltug and the new Blockchain4Belgium group. https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielduseuil/
The European Blockchain Partnership (EBP) is a key initiative to develop a blockchain strategy. It includes with 29 countries: all EU Member States, Lichtenstein, and Norway. The partnership is helping to avoid fragmentation of the blockchain landscape by fostering close collaboration among countries. It offers a regulatory-conformant environment in full compliance with European Commission laws and with clear governance structures and models to help blockchain grow and flourish across Europe.