Leonard Brody has been called “a controversial leader of the new world order.” He is a highly respected entrepreneur, venture capitalist, bestselling author and two-time Emmy-nominated media visionary. A sought-after speaker, Leonard has lectured at leading institutions, such as Stanford, the Indian Institute of Technology in Mumbai, the G8, and the United Nations.
Brody is the co-founder of NowPublic.com, a company that Time magazine named one of the “Top 50 Websites in the World,” and that was inducted into the Newseum in Washington; he is the president of the Clarity Digital Group, an organization that oversees one of the world’s largest online news conglomerates; and he acts as an advisor to venture-capital funds in the US, Europe, and Asia, and to companies such as the Associated Press, Alliance Atlantis, Derby County Football Club, and MTV Enterprises. Brody was also the Senior Technology Advisor to the Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
A globally sought-after speaker, Brody has lectured at leading institutions, such as Stanford, the Indian Institute of Technology in Mumbai, the G8, the United Nations, Forbes, and Warner Music.
Brody is the co-author of the bestselling books Innovation Nation: Canadian Leadership from Jurassic Park to Java, and Everything I Needed to Know About Business…I Learned from a Canadian. He holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts from Queens University and a law degree from Osgoode Hall, and is a graduate of the Private Equity Course at the Harvard Business School.