Meet the Tomorrow’s World Today experts who are dedicated to bringing you the latest in worldwide innovations.
Tomorrow’s World Today‘s headquarters is at Inventionland in Pittsburgh, PA–one of the nation’s most progressive tech landscapes. Our experts, however, travel around the world in search of innovative pioneers who are creating new ways to utilize our natural and technological resources for a more sustainable lifestyle. Get to know our team:
George Davison, Show Host
In 2006, Davison designed and created Inventionland, an immersive work environment where his creative team found inspiration as they designed products of the future. Occupying more than 60,000 square feet, Inventionland consists of 16 themed sets which include the pirate ship “Discovery,” a giant robot, and a fully-functional race track.
In 2015, Davison’s community outreach expanded to the educational sphere, where he developed coursework preparing young innovators with the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math skills. The Inventionland Institute Curriculum has been adopted by schools across the country, helping to inspire the next generation of creative entrepreneurs.
Darieth Chisolm, Field Reporter
Darieth has worked in television and media for over 30 years and is a two-time Emmy Award-winning TV host and interviewer. She spent 20 years as a television news anchor at WPXI in Pittsburgh and serves as host of the Emmy Award winning show IQSmart Parent at PBS WQED.
She is also a world-renowned speaker and TEDx presenter. Darieth has a knack for making learning about complicated issues fun and is also a contributing writer for Inspiring Lives and Women of More magazines.
Tamara Krinsky, Field Reporter
Emmy-award winning actress/ writer/ broadcast host Tamara Krinsky got her start in the entertainment industry when she earned her SAG card on STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT. Since then, she’s been geeking her way through life, combining her dual passions for performing with science and technology. As a host for Marvel, she interviews the biggest stars and filmmakers in the world while anchoring their live Red Carpet Premiere broadcasts, including MARVEL STUDIOS’ AVENGERS: END GAME and BLACK PANTHER. She has covered the Oscars and the Emmys, was a correspondent for PBS’s WIRED SCIENCE, and wrote and shot over 30 episodes of the weekly tech show THE SPOTLIGHT for Tom’s Guide.
Tamara is the co-founder of Scirens, aka “Screen Sirens for Science,” a creative collective dedicated to advocating for science literacy and creating science-infused entertainment across all forms of media. Scirens recently completed the first season of their video podcast SCIRENS SHOW, a light-hearted chat-fest about all things STEM.
Tamara won an Emmy Award for her writing on EMMA APPROVED, a multi-platform adaptation of Jane Austen’s EMMA, and was recognized by the Webby Awards for writing/hosting THAT INDIE FILM SHOW, where she covered film festivals all over the world. She is an ensemble member of the Antaeus Company, the acclaimed Los Angeles classical theater company.
Jackie Long, Field Reporter
With her start in television as a food reporter for a Miami news outlet combined with her impressive log of world travel, field reporter Jackie Long brings a well-rounded perspective coupled with a hunger for knowledge and innovation to Tomorrow’s World Today.
Jackie is the former host and star of Jack of All Tastes, a program in which she traveled across the country sampling culinary delights from various eateries with NFL athletes. She is a theater major from the University of Michigan and SAG member and also currently stars in Airport Insider where she gives tips and tricks for efficiently navigating the world’s airports making what some would consider the hardest part of traveling fun.