We’re honored to host
Perianne Boring from the Chamber of Digital Commerce and
Jordan Kruger from Bloq for an online panel on Monday, October 16 at 6:00pm in Stuzin Hall room 103! We will ask them a variety of questions about blockchain technology, Gator experiences, economics, and more!
Learn more about these two influential women below!
Perianne Boring graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and economics. Perianne founded the Chamber of Digital Commerce building it into the world’s largest trade association representing the blockchain industry. Perianne was named among CoinDesk’s “10 Most Influential People in Blockchain 2016” and “Top Woman in Bitcoin 2015” for her public policy accomplishments. Perianne is a communications expert and avid public speaker. She has presented at leading industry events including the Consumer Electronic Show (“CES”), Money 20/20, South by Southwest and many others. She also contributes to Forbes through her column, “The Beauty of the Blockchain.” Prior to forming the Chamber, Perianne was a television host and anchor of an international finance program that aired in more than 100 countries to over 650 million viewers. Ms. Boring began her career as a legislative analyst in the U.S. House of Representatives, advising on finance, economics, tax and healthcare policy.
Jordan Kruger graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in animal science. Afterwards, she went on to Georgetown University to complete a masters degree in biochemistry and molecular biology – bioinformatics. While at Georgetown, she researched at the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, which resulted in her co-authoring two publications. Jordan would later join Bloq as a data scientist, and now holds the Director of Research and Operations role at Bloq. Additionally, Jordan is a research fellow at the Chamber of Digital Commerce