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Keynote Speaker: Robin Roberson

Brad Scoggin

As a serial entrepreneur, Robin has more than 30 years of experience working with clients to develop solutions to improve their business. She has held numerous leadership roles throughout her career and has won multiple awards highlighting her commitment to customers, business organizations and her community.


Previously, Robin was co-founder and CEO of WeGoLook, where she changed the way insurance carriers (along with other industries) leveraged the gig economy, by dispatching on-demand “Lookers” to capture field data then selling her company to a global TPA for over 36M.  Recently, she held a dual role for the North American expansion of the Australian platform,, and was President of Livegenic (via acquisition), continuing to service multiple insurance carriers. After successfully positioning the Wilbur platform by selling a portion of the platform and licensing the remainder to one of the leading US IA firms, she is now SVP of Eberl platform partnerships. 

She is also an early investor of BuildArray, a low-code/no-code platform which enables customers to digitize all manual forms while easily creating custom workflow processes for maximum efficiency. 

As a consultant for Future Point of View (FPOV), Robin is enthusiastic about sharing AI, digital strategy, and cybersecurity solutions aimed at mitigating risk for small and medium-sized businesses.  


Robin is currently an Advisory Board member for The Institutes Future of Risk, Board Director at BancFirst,  Board Member for United Way of Central Oklahoma, member of Leadership Oklahoma, Committee of 100, and was the first female director at OESC for the state, responsible for 450+ employees and 27 offices. 

She regularly attends and speaks at industry events.  However, her favorite role is ‘mom’ to two amazing adult sons and three dogs.  As a breast cancer survivor, Robin is grateful for the opportunity to continue thriving personally and professionally.



Ashley Coffey

Thayla Bohn

Ashley Coffey is the CEO of Coffey & Consult and an experienced technology professional with 10+ years of proven track record and a focus on complex and emerging technologies (e.g., VR/AR, AI). Her background involves deep experience in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. She has been featured by the Journal Record in the 2022 'Power List of Innovative Women' and in the inaugural issue of Hundred Magazine. Whether she's speaking at Harvard, SWSW-EDU, giving a TEDx talk, or hosting her podcast (Coffey & Code), Ashley is always on the move, working to cultivate empowerment within all realms of tech. 

Josh Green

Mark Bolino

Josh Green received his BS in Political Science and Sociology from the University of Oklahoma in 2005. After many years leading IT at various companies he started StratusGreen in 2018. As CEO he has led the organization to phenomenal growth being recognized as 768 on the Inc 5000 list of the fastest growing private companies in the United States. He thrives on building highly scalable teams and products that operate with maximum results and minimal cost.  Mr. Green is focused on building his company and giving back to his community. He resides in Norman with his wife and two daughters.

Srijita Ghosh

As a Venture Advisor at i2E, Srijita provides direct one-on-one consulting services to entrepreneurs, researchers and/or early-stage client companies in the areas of strategic planning, market assessment, pricing policy, financial analysis, business plans, investor presentations, capital strategies, and positioning companies for potential investment. She also works extensively with management teams of these high-growth and early-stage companies within Oklahoma, in support of the company’s overall business commercialization efforts.

Prior to her position with i2E, Srijita served in the role of Entrepreneurship Specialist for the Ada Jobs Foundation in Ada, Oklahoma. In this role she oversaw the development of entrepreneurship and innovation in the city of Ada.

At her core, Srijita is passionate about her work to build and strengthen Oklahoma’s innovation economy, especially amongst rural and BIPOC communities by connecting resources, creating access to capital and opportunities, and supporting the cultivation of inclusive startup communities.

Srijita has served as an active member in several entrepreneurial development organizations including the Oklahoma Venture Advisory Council, Oklahoma Venture Forum, Oklahoma Business Incubator Association, International Economic Development Council, and Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation’s ESHIP Champions Team.


Ken Parker

Ken Parker

Ken Parker is a first generation college graduate. From a young age he developed a love for computers. He graduated from Oklahoma Christian, then earned a master’s in computer science from the University of Colorado, and an initial job in aero-space. Eventually Parker landed on Wall Street with JP Morgan. He moved back to Oklahoma in 1995 and started a company first focused on online education. About four months into the concept, a buddy from his JP Morgan days, Ethan Berman, suggested he and Parker pivot towards a company that provided risk management tools to financial institutions. Berman served as CEO and co-founder along with Parker. After eight years, they moved off Parker’s ranch and moved to Norman and continued to grow. After 10 years, they did an IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. Two years after the IPO, they sold for $1.5 billion to MSCI in 2010. Now RiskMetrics has become the world’s largest independent provider of risk management solutions.