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Todd Khozein

Todd Khozein
Co-founder, SecondMuse

Todd Khozein is a co-founder of SecondMuse, a communications incubator that engages technology and human capacity to accelerate advancement. Todd spends the majority of his time at SecondMuse working with government and multinational clients to design and implement innovative initiatives that are focused on solving the world’s greatest challenges. He also spends time with his colleagues developing and testing the emerging science of collaboration where they are actively studying mechanisms and processes by which organizations and individuals can transcend the constraints of traditional competitive models.
For the last ten years Todd has been involved in the study and application of systems theory, in particular as it applies to organizational structures. Beginning during medical school with the application of biological systems as models for cashew farming cooperatives in Honduras, he went on to develop and build business systems in numerous industries modeled after the human body. For the last 3 years he has incorporated the rapid evolution of collaborative technology into these frameworks. His interests lie in the development of collaborative frameworks where the incentive structure, technological platform and human resource development initiatives align to allow for cross-disciplinary transfusion of innovation across organizational hierarchy. Central to his approach is the belief that all systems develop within particular ideological frameworks that, over time, no longer accurately represent our current understanding of the structure of reality. In order for organizations to be maximally effective, their systems must be informed by our ever-evolving understanding of what we know to be true.

Todd Khozein holds a Doctor of Medicine and Bachelor of Arts degree with Phi Beta Kappa and Golden Honor distinction from the University of New Mexico. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Harmony Equity Group.

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Robbie Schingler (Planet Labs), Stuart Gill (World Bank), Patrick Svenburg (Microsoft Corporation), Todd Khozein (SecondMuse)
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