Ashton Kutcher won't be the only big name at the Forbes Under 30 Summit in Boston this fall.
The magazine announced on Tuesday that another crop of stars will join Kutcher and a slew over other speakers at this year's festivities. "Silicon Valley" and "Deadpool" actor T.J. Miller as well as "Orange Is the New Black" and "Billions" star Asia Kate Dillion will both speak at the 2017 summit, which will take place around the city Oct. 1-4.
Forbes also announced that Massachusetts Congressman Seth Moulton and famed author and sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer have been added to the guest list, along with several other leaders in the fields of business, activism and beyond. Other notable speakers include transgender activist Gavin Grimm, chess champion Hikaru Nakamura, Uber's chief brand officer Bozoma Saint John and Girlboss Media co-founder Sophia Amoruso. The publication previously announced its first round of speakers, which featured YouTube personalities Lilly Singh and Tyler Oakley.
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Now in its fourth year, the Forbes Under 30 Summit celebrates up-and-coming entrepreneurs and the biggest minds in business with parties, panel discussions, competitions and philanthropic events. More than 6,000 people are expected to attend this year's installment.
The 2017 summit will feature the return of the popular Forbes Under 30 Music Festival, which will be free and open to the public, provided that they "take steps to do something good," according to a press release. The festivities will also include a food festival highlighted by notable young chefs from across the nation, plus a city-wide day of service where summit attendees will give back to Boston through youth mentoring programs and a hack-a-thon.
More guest speakers and event information are expected to be released throughout the summer and early fall.
If you go:
2017 Forbes Under 30 Summit, Oct. 1-4, various locations, forbes.com