May 20 2017 – Ron Frazier, CEO and Co-Founder of Rocinante VR, and April Dennis, Program Director of Future Problem Solving Program International


April Dennis has served as the Program Director of Future Problem Solving Program International (FPSPI) since 2012. With a background in advanced curriculum strategies and highly engaging learning techniques, April talks with Brien about enjoying being part of a student-driven organization designed to promote students as leaders.

CEO and Co-Founder of Rocinante VR, Ron Frazier talks with Brien about the Florida State University InNOLEvation Accelerator and his role as the entrepreneur in residence. This top-rated program is among the top ten University business incubators in the Americas and is in the top twenty globally by the University Business Incubator (UBI) Index. He is a faculty adviser to TAMID, an organization that integrates students with the high tech Israel economy. He’s an Executive-in-Residence at Moffitt Cancer Center tasked with helping Moffitt inventors’ fledging startups grow and gain viability so that promising cancer diagnostics, pharmaceuticals and biologics, vaccines, cell therapies and medical devices reach patients. During the course of his business career, he served as Executive Vice President of a national computer company called CIBER that he helped grow to over $1 billion in annual revenue. Ron is an alumnus of The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a founding Wharton Fellow.

Co-Host Miriam Dady puts the spotlight on Kristina Holm with OEI: Outreach. Education. Installations: working in the community to help people with hearing loss stay connected over the phone.

Eye Associates Of Tallahassee contributor Dr. Fang Sarah Ko talks with Brien about her expertise in blindness prevention through management of ocular diseases, especially glaucoma.