Dan Law currently serves as the Executive Producer of the Thrival Innovation + Music Festival, an annual Pittsburgh-based event featuring multiple days of interactive, innovation-focused programming capped by a two-day outdoor live music experience. He oversees all production, operations, strategy, planning, design, and fundraising for the festival. At Thill Mill Dan leads multi-million dollar fundraising and sponsorship campaigns, strategic planning and design, and the scale and development of the Thrival Innovation + Music Festival — which most recently welcomed 16,000 attendees from 34 states and multiple countries, over 100 thought leaders and speakers, as well as the #1 music act in the U.S. to Pittsburgh. Since 2013, he has been a part of the World Economic Forum network of Global Shapers, serving as Pittsburgh’s curator from 2014-15 and leading Pittsburgh’s participation in the first ever “Shaping Davos” initiative in January 2015. Over the last few years, Dan’s thoughts, perspectives, and story have been featured in multiple local, national, and international media publications, including The Guardian, TIME Money, Billboard, Huffington Post, PSFK, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, NEXT Pittsburgh, and more. Dan has also curated featured content in USA Today, VICE Creator’s Project, and Blackbook. Dan enrolled at the University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs in 2010, and soon after joined the Heinz Endowments as a graduate fellow, and later worked for current Pittsburgh City Councilman, Corey O’Conner. He then served as the Public Policy Program Officer at the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh from 2012-14, working in close collaboration with top-level U.S. government officials, ambassadors, think tank leaders, foreign ministries, journalists, and business executives. Dan is a graduate of Washington & Jefferson College (B.A.) and the University of Pittsburgh (MPIA).