Margaretta Colangelo is a native San Franciscan with over 30 years of experience working in the software industry in Silicon Valley. She has a deep and multifaceted understanding of business, science, and technology, and is highly adept at tracking and forecasting innovation in technology. She has published over 200 articles on AI , DeepTech, and Longevity.
Margaretta is Co-founder and CEO of Jthereum an enterprise Blockchain company and serves on the advisory boards of the AI Precision Health Institute at the University of Hawaii Cancer Center, NaNotics, Robots Go Mental. and on the Executive Board of Directors of the Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation. She serves on the advisory board of the The Alliance for Longevity Initiatives and is a mentor to company founders in the Foresight Institute Biotech and Health Extension Accelerator.
Margaretta has been at the forefront of emerging technologies throughout her entire career. In the 1990s she was a core member of the team that developed the first Java based secure messaging software for stock trading platforms used by the world’s top multinational investment banks, and influenced important technical specifications and standards, including JDBC and JMS, that have helped advance the technology industry.
Margaretta’s articles have been published multiple times in Forbes, MIT Technology Review Italia, International Journal of Infectious Diseases, Health Management Journal, Outsourcing Pharma, Pharmaceutical Executive, Healthcare IT News, Bahrain Entrepreneur, Asian Robotics Review, and The American Journal of Translational Medicine. Margaretta publishes weekly newsletters on DeepTech, Longevity, and FinTech with hundreds of thousands of subscribers across multiple platforms. Margaretta speaks at AI conferences in the US, Mexico, Brazil, Singapore, Switzerland, Sweden, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, and Oman.