Counsel-William Manger JD

Advocacy of OVium is managed by General Counsel William Manger, William Manger received his Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University in 1958, he is a member of the Maryland, California and Washington D.C. bar. William Manger's successful career is focused in transactional corporate, securities, franchise and insurance law. Mr. Manger is also fluent in Mandarin, Russian, German and French as well as familiar with several other languages such as Italian and Arabic.

Research Director - Wennie Wu PhD

Wennie Wu holds a PhD in Biophysics from UC Berkeley. Her activities encompass leading research at Lawrence Berkeley Lab, Jet Propulsion Lab/California Institute of Technology, USC, International Innovative Institute, and other prestigious institutions. Particular research and development achievements are in the fields of subnanometer science, optical computing, system analysis and engineering, theory of limitology, etc. Dr. Wu has led programs with budgets of hundreds of billions of dollars.


The principal demographic challenge facing the US in the decades ahead is the demographic minimum of the generation-X population[Hylmö]. The generation-X challenge indicates that Americans just entering the most productive time of their life, between 35-45 years old are currently a relatively smaller segment in the population. Hence management and professional talent will be dropping for the next ten years as baby boomers retire then to increase as the millennial generation enters the 35 to 55 age range of greatest professional maturity.

Emergent Behavior

As the social norms of users evolve with media, emergent, sometimes revolutionary, behavior is manifest in cultural change around the world. OVium uses contemporary and advanced analysis tools to identify and potentially shape trends as well as harnessing the ability to identify and shape potentially emergent treads. OVium embraces various technically enabled modalities, such as atom, blog, forum, tweet, to market new products and develop brilliant brands.

Social Technology

Systems of smart phones, social media and cloud resources have emerged as driving cultural forces. The key moniker for this trend is social technology. Social technology interconnects individuals and groups of electronic an human entities. The 2010 decade began with a US president elected through trends set in social networks. Revolutionary changes in software, financial services, real estate, politics and global economy are all symptomatic to the global assimilation of the social technology system.

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