Hank Green

Hank Green is the CEO of Complexly, a production company that creates educational content including Crash Course and SciShow, prompting The Washington Post to name him "one of America’s most popular science teachers." Complexly's videos have received more than 2 billion views on YouTube. He's co-founded a number of other small businesses including DFTBA.com, which helps online creators make money by selling cool stuff to their communities, and VidCon, the world's largest conference for the online video community. In 2017 VidCon drew over 40,000 attendees across three events in Anaheim, Amsterdam, and Australia. Hank and his brother John also started the Project for Awesome, which raised more than $2,000,000 in 2016 for charities including Save the Children and Partners in Health. Hank lives in Montana with his wife, son, and cat.