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Antone Baltz

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Tripp Baltz, as the Head of Research at Boomtown, uses his extensive experience as a writer, researcher and interviewer to generate the platform’s strategic content for thought leadership in corporate innovation. Baltz looks around corners to examine and deconstruct trends, identifies those which are the most impactful and relevant, and creates analysis to help clients discern what’s really going on.

Baltz has led a more than 35-year career as an award-winning journalist, writer and teacher. As a reporter for Bloomberg Industry Group, he initiated new coverage areas in legal and regulatory affairs, writing about policy developments affecting law firms, major corporations and small businesses, including startups. He also pioneered the company’s nationwide beat for state environmental policy and created a regular column about the vexing global problems associated with the taxation of remote sales and e-commerce. He frequently represented Bloomberg and its subsidiary, BNA, at conferences on journalism ethics, standards, and practices, and is recognized as a thought leader in areas of business journalism and the creative economy.

Baltz teaches writing, media, politics and international affairs at University College at the University of Denver, where he served as director of the Master of Liberal Studies program and the graduate certificate in Professional Writing. He revamped the college’s research and writing courseware and guidance, served as a master’s student capstone advisor, and represented the college on the Faculty Senate and admissions council. He designed courses in global affairs, writing, social media and human geography, and has served as a speaker and presenter at conferences on global affairs, liberal arts, and the humanities.

Tripp has a Master of Liberal Studies with concentrations in Global Business and Culture, Spanish and Italian. He earned a BA from the University of Notre Dame with concentrations in American Studies and German. Tripp has authored 1,000s of articles covering topics in business, politics and regulatory affairs. He published a biography of Warren Smith, 1973 PGA Golf Professional of the Year, and co-authored a book about three children adopted from Haiti.