Vanity Fair Magazine once again published its list of the 100 leaders of the New Establishment, a list of the movers and shakers in tech, media, and culture. Robert Mueller oddly appears as number one on the list followed by stalwarts like Jeff Bezos, Reed Hastings, and Bob Iger. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez shared the 94th slot with other breakthrough politicos Beto O’Rourke, Andrew Gillum, and Ayanna Pressley. Ocasio-Cortez is the only Latino on the list, which is BS. Nonetheless, I enjoy this list much more than other lists such as the Forbes 400 list of the richest people in America. Most of the people on that list inherited their money, and do nothing interesting with their lives. Conversely, the New Establishment is a list of achievers who created breakthrough companies or are influencing our society in major ways. Dara Khrosrowshahi, the CEO of Uber and a speaker at L’ATTITDUE this year, appears at number 11 on the list. Khosrowshahi pulled Uber from the brink of self-induced calamity to once again one of the most interesting and innovating companies in the world. My goal is to work with the L’ATTITUDE team to bring at least three of the New Establishment 100 to our event next year.