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The conference program contains information, analysis, and experience from the digital nomad’s world.

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Conference Featured Speakers

Mr. Kohei Maeda

Marketing Supervisor, Business Information Communications Group - Canon USA, Inc.

Wednesday Keynote Address: 

Canon Together Next


Wednesday May 11th 8:30 AM- 9:30 AM 

Andrew Jernigan

CEO & co-founder of Insured Nomads

SESSION 1: The evolution of insurance for the revolution of travel


Wednesday, May 11 th 11:00 am-Noon

Join Insured Nomads for an interactive discussion to see how the global work and travel revolution has created the most significant strategic product and service evolution in this industry in decades. Living at work is here to stay and the demand for a rebalanced life and experiences at an all time high following the global pandemic. How can companies like Insured Nomads cater to this new reality of work, life, and travel leveraging tomorrow’s technology with a customer experience based on engagement, simplicity, and unprecedented value?

Andrew Jernigan, CEO & co-founder of Insured Nomads, is justice-driven, passionate leader in protecting people - those from every country, and every work style. He is leading the first fintech/traveltech/insurtech platform for the evolution of insurance for the revolution of travel. As a travel risk management subject matter expert, he and the team have built a frictionless solution-set as required for the successful international lifestyle. He partnered with Not For Sale to support their work of providing intervention, rescue, protection, and education to empower vulnerable communities so that the exploitation of humans for trafficking is stopped.

Brian McElroy

Sales Excellence – People Excellence Manager

SESSION 2: Innovation in Work: Adaptive and Agile Sellers


Wednesday, May 11th 11 am-Noon

Brian McElroy 

Brian has been an executive at Siemens for over 27 years in varying key roles including Senior National Account Manager, Regional Channel Manager, Divisional Marketing Manager, and Area Sales Manager. Currently, he is Sales Excellence- People Excellence Manager, overseeing Siemens hybrid work transition programs.

His experience includes developing marketing efforts in the residential market, leading sales teams handling the nation’s top retailers, and leading teams in driving sales in multiple verticals as well as internal teams to enhance Siemens value to the market. He most recently was intimately involved in leading an OnDemand/Virtual training effort for Siemens SI sales team.

His passion and core principles are to dig in and uncover sellers unrealized need gaps. What is inhibiting them from maximizing their full potential. Then, he develops the best approach to creatively help sellers meet their customers where they are…earn trust and deliver the highest possible value. In the end, we want our customers to trust us and see us as a valued partner.

Nora Dunn

The Professional Hobo 

SESSION 3: Lessons  to be Learned from 16 Years as a Digital Nomad


Wednesday 11th am - noon

Being a digital nomad isn't something that comes naturally to anybody. There is a learning curve, and even if you read All The Things and plan for contingencies, you're likely to be taken by surprise by both logistics and nuances of the lifestyle. 

Nora Dunn (aka The Professional Hobo) is one of the OG digital nomads, her location independent career and full-time travel lifestyle predating words like "remote work" and "digital nomad". So naturally, she learned everything the hard way.

But, what doesn't kill you makes you stronger, and in this session Nora will share practical insights and amusing anecdotes to help you hit the road like a pro and skip up that bumpy learning curve. She'll even share her worst mistake - one that cost her the entire lifestyle for a spell - so that you don't have to suffer the same consequences. 

SESSION 4 Pending


Wednesday, May 11th 2:00 PM- 3:00 PM

David Di Molfetta

Tech Policy Reporter S&P Global Market Intelligence

SESSION 5: Enabling Policy Priorities to Better Remote Workers

Wednesday, May 11th 2:00 PM- 3:00 PM

Caitlin MacGregor

CEO, Plum

SESSION 6: Cultivating Your Inner Power: Building Better Relationships in a Global Workforce


Wednesday, May 11th 2:00 PM- 3:00 PM

Caitlin MacGregor, CEO and co-founder of Plum, is passionate about identifying people's potential. That's why, after building two businesses for other people, she founded Plum – to quantify people's potential and give enterprise organizations access to the most critical talent data they need to match people to jobs where they'll thrive.

Committed to creating a more inclusive world that removes barriers and challenges biases, Caitlin believes there is a great opportunity for companies to use technology to reduce bias when making talent decisions to reveal candidates and employee’s human potential to set them up for success. Moreover, Caitlin and Plum facilitate partnerships outside the organization to drive inclusivity for all in the workforce and bridge pervasive gaps. Caitlin is also passionate about purpose-driven leadership and recognizes the importance of making talent decisions using objective data and accelerating DE&I. She regularly speaks at industry events and is a champion of #movethedial, an initiative dedicated to increasing women's leadership in tech. Springboard Enterprises NYC selected Caitlin and Plum as one of the top 10 businesses led by women.

Caroline Bruckner

Senior Professional Lecturer Department of Accounting and Taxation, American University

Thursday Keynote Address: tk


Thursday May 12th 8:30 AM- 9:30 AM

Moderator Anna Gawell


Panos Dermentzoglou- Councelor ECA, Greece

Mariana Rosales Aymerich, Minister Councelor- Costa RicaEditor-at-large



Thursday May 12th 11:00 AM- Noon

Erran Carmel

Professor Info Technology & Analytics, American University.

Caroline Bruckner

Senior Professional Lecturer Department of Accounting and Taxation, American University


Panel Discussion

Thursday May 12th 11:00 AM- Noon

Sarah Beyathe Sanders

Co-founder & CTO, SafteyWing, Inc.

SESSSION 9: The borderless world needs a global safety net


Thursday May 12th 11:00 AM- Noon

SafetyWing is on a mission to remove the role of geographical borders as a barrier to equal opportunities and freedom for everyone. In this talk, Sarah will discuss how things like health insurance, disability, and pensions will be available globally and across borders, and what this means for the future of humanity’s wellbeing and safety.

Digital Nomads World’s conference program will contain information and analysis from many notable experts in our industry. Attendees will come away with a better understanding of the subject matter and have the chance to have their “burning questions” answered by the experts.

Conference information will be available in March 14, 2022

Wednesday, May 11, 2022

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

11:00 AM - Noon

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

5:00 PM


Exhibit hall


FREE Networking reception

Thursday, May 12, 2022

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM  

11:00 AM - Noon

3:00 PM - 4:00PM


Exhibit hall



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Please feel free to submit your own ideas on the programming you would like to see addressed, And, if you are interested in speaking, please contact:

Angelo Varrone

Exec. VP

404-266-9000 ext. 2

[email protected]