Andrew McGregor is an inventor, filmmaker, writer, comic publisher, chessboxing champion, entrepreneur, frequent TEDx speaker, mentor, Highlands games athlete, roboticist, photojournalist, and founder of The Tiziano Project, a not-for-profit that teaches journalism to people living in conflict zones and neglected parts of the world with an emphasis on creating jobs through media training. The organization has worked in places such as Rwanda, Somalia, DR Congo, Iraq, Kenyan slums, a California youth prison, Israel, Palestine, and South Central LA. He has been featured in “Wired”, “Newsweek”, and the Sports Section of “The New York Times”. Basically, he creates solutions to humanitarian problems and then works to start organizations and companies to help solve them such as the LA Chessboxing Club, Graphation Comics, GoodBAR and most recently SymbioBotics that is creating robots and advocacy to help rid the world of land mines.