Tom Campbell is internationally recognized as a technology strategist and visionary marketer. In addition to his own entrepreneurial ventures in electronics, retailing and clean energy, Campbell is a leading technology counselor to both the public and private sectors. He has served as White House technology advisor in three administrations, and received the Presidential Distinguished Service Award for his “dedicated service to the White House and the Executive Office of the President” and special recognition on the floor of the U.S. Senate. In cooperation with leading manufacturers, Campbell has been instrumental in the national launch of new consumer technologies and products, from the compact disc to GPS, from camcorders to DVD, from high-definition television to 4K-Ultra HDTV, 4K-OLED and most recently, the first Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc player and software.His technology strategies have supported countless events, including presidential debates and inaugurations, political conventions and industry events. Campbell serves as an adjunct faculty member of the Georgetown University Technology Management Graduate Program and as senior advisor to the Georgetown Global Education Institute. He also serves on numerous corporate boards including Video and Audio Center headquartered in Los Angeles and represents retailers on the 4K Ultra HD Working Group of the Consumer Technology Association.