Artificial Intelligence & Blockchain – Implications for Corporate Governance | Women in the Boardroom

Recorded Webinar

Artificial Intelligence & Blockchain – Implications for Corporate Governance

Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain are disruptive technologies that have broad implications for nearly every industry, and should therefore be of crucial interest to board directors. During our October 11th webinar, Artificial Intelligence & Blockchain – Implications for Corporate Governance, with Howard Brownstein, Emily Burton and Andrea Tinianow, we will discuss:

  • What are Blockchain technology & AI?
  • How & why you should provide oversight & ongoing inquiries
  • Why you need to seek outside resources


Howard Brod Brownstein, Emily V. Burton, Andrea Tinianow

Date & Time

October 11, 2019
12:00 PM ET


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About the Speakers

Howard Brod Brownstein

President of Brownstein Corporation

Howard Brod Brownstein, CTP, is a nationally-known turnaround and restructuring professional, and regularly provides programs for Women in the Boardroom. He is President of Brownstein Corporation, which provides turnaround management and advisory services, as well as investment banking, fiduciary services, litigation consulting, investigations and valuation services. He regularly serves on the boards of directors of public and private companies, and currently serves on the boards of: P&F Industries (Nasdaq: PFIN) where he chairs the Nominating/Governance and Strategic Planning & Risk Assessment Committees, Renew Financial, where he serves as chair of the Risk Committee, and Merakey, a nonprofit with over 10,000 employees. He is a Certified Turnaround Professional, and also an NACD Board Leadership Fellow and Immediate Past President and Board Chair of the NACD Philadelphia Chapter. He has authored ninety articles and textbook chapters, is a Contributing Editor at two publications, and is a regular guest-lecturer at Harvard Business School, Wharton, NYU and elsewhere. He received JD and MBA degrees at Harvard, and B.S. (Wharton) and B.A. degrees from the University of Pennsylvania.

Emily V. Burton

Partner at Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor

Emily V. Burton is a Partner at the law firm of Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor in Wilmington, DE. She litigates internal governance issues and complex commercial disputes, primarily in the Delaware Court of Chancery. She has deep and broad expertise with Delaware corporate and alternative entity law, as well as a particular expertise representing special committees and litigating compliance with Delaware’s corporate formalities, including issues involving corporate control. She is a creative litigator who prioritizes solving clients’ problems over winning a particular fight, and has worked on teams in both a lead and co-counsel role for both corporate boards and individual stockholders. Emily attended Boston University where she received B.A. and J.D. degrees.

Andrea Tinianow

Founder of Tinianow Consulting LLC

Andrea Tinianow has been dubbed the “Blockchain Czarina” for her role in bringing blockchain to Delaware and securing the First State’s imprimatur on the nascent technology. She is the founder of Tinianow Consulting LLC, a boutique consultancy that helps clients to reimagine and elevate their organizations, including identifying new revenue streams and creating strategies that leverage disruptive and cutting-edge technologies, such as blockchain technology. Andrea launched Delaware’s Division of Corporate and International Development, and founded the Delaware Blockchain Initiative (DBI), the first endeavor designed to deploy blockchain technology in government and enact blockchain-friendly legislation. It gave rise to the “Blockchain Amendments” to Delaware’s General Corporation Law, which authorize corporations to maintain their corporate records, including stock ledgers, on a blockchain. Andrea serves on the Advisory Board of the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance and is the founding chair of its Enterprise Solutions Working Group. She also serves as an advisor to BlockchainCT, a nonprofit working to bring blockchain business to the State of Connecticut. She is a frequent contributor to, and MarketsMedia awarded Andrea its “Women in Finance Award” for Excellence in Blockchain. Both Forbes and KPMG have selected Andrea for their “Great Rewrite” video series. Andrea received her undergraduate degree in economics from Brown University, and graduated from Delaware Law School.

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