Cecily Sommers Separates What Changes, What Doesn’t And What’s Next From Her Book Think Like A Futurist

Cecily Sommers, author of THINK LIKE A FUTURIST

Cecily Sommers is a global trends analyst. She speaks, writes, and consults on emerging trends, markets, and technologies shaping our future

Cecily is the author of Think Like a Futurist and the founder of The Push Institute, a non-profit think tank.

Cecily was named one of Fast Company’s “Fast 50 Reader’s’ Favorites,” as well as one of the Business Journal’s “Twenty‐five Women to Watch.”

She is a regular contributor to NPR’s All Things Considered a proud member of the Association of Professional Futurists.

Cecily lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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