Jesse Dylan is a film director whose talent is for explaining complex social and political ideas through storytelling. He's the founder and CEO of Wondros, a media production company which has been busy making films for Harvard University, Creative Commons, TED, the Council on Foreign Relations and The Getty Foundation, among many others. He started out making videos for Tom Waits, Elvis Costello and Lenny Kravitz and recently won an Emmy for a will.i.am video credited with boosting support for the Obama campaign. He's a TED member and fellow at Science Commons and has taken on the task of explaining the value of citizen in medicine. His latest venture, called Lybba, aims to be 'the National Geographic of health', communicating medical information in simple and understandable way through stories in film.