David Elfanbaum’s career has focused on turning complex information into easily understandable and engaging narratives. As a co-founder of Asynchrony, a tech consulting company that grew to be a $50 million per year organization, he worked with a wide range of Fortune 500 organizations to create videos, courses, presentations, and articles. Additionally, he developed a curriculum on visual thinking processes that was used to train thousands of people to use whiteboards, markers, and sticky notes to expand understanding, collaborate and innovate.
David was an early innovator in using virtual worlds as a platform for art and video and was featured in multiple virtual world art exhibitions ranging from solo shows to international artist collaborations. He was the keynote speaker at the 2011 Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education conference, which brought together 500 educators worldwide and a collaborator in a pioneering invite-only virtual world innovation conference at Sony Studios.