TAM Advisory Board

Nusheen Ameenuddin
TAM Advisory Board
Nusheen Ameenuddin is a pediatrician at the Mayo Clinic and Chair of the Council on Communications and Media for the American Academy of Pediatrics. She is passionate about child advocacy, parent education, and promoting public health. Nusheen is also a self-proclaimed “tweetiatrician,” and uses social media to raise awareness on the sociopolitical context of healthcare.
Amanda Lenhart
TAM Advisory Board
Amanda Lenhart is the deputy director of the Better Life Lab at New America. She is a nationally recognized expert on how families use, think about, and manage digital technologies. For nearly two decades, she has studied families and the young people within them, looking at how technology changes their lives and how they think about important civic issues. Lenhart also regularly speaks about her work to policymakers, at conferences, and to a range of print, broadcast, and digital news media outlets, including the New York Times, Washington Post, the NewsHour, and NPR's "All Things Considered" and "Morning Edition."
David Ryan Polgar
TAM Advisory Board
David Ryan Polgar is a pioneering tech ethicist who paved the way for the hotly-debated issues around Facebook, privacy, ethical design, digital wellbeing, and what it means to be human in the digital age. David is a 3-time TEDx speaker and tech writer (IBM thinkLeaders, Quartz, Dell Perspectives) whose work has been featured on CBS This Morning, Fast Company, USA Today, AP, LA Times, The Guardian, CNN.com, BBC.com, SiriusXM, AdWeek, New York Post, and countless other outlets. David is also the founder of All Tech Is Human, an initiative to better align tech with the human interests of users and society, and is the cohost of Funny as Tech - a live show and podcast that tackles the thorniest issues in tech.
Amanda Lipp
TAM Advisory Board
Amanda Lipp is a social entrepreneur working at the intersection of mental health, art, and philanthropy. She is Founder and CEO of The Giving Gallery, filmmaker of Lipp Studios, and specialist for the Center for Applied Research Solutions. She has given over 150 speeches and created over 20 short films and comic book resources to influence policy, practice, and treatment in mental health. Amanda is the youngest board director of the nation's largest grassroots mental health nonprofit, the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI).