Keynote Speaker, "Interactive Multi Media And Hollywood", with Andy Grove, CEO, Intel/ John Sculley, CEO, Apple/ James Cannavino, CEO, IBM / Lucy Fjelstad /Fox, Digital World conference (June 23, 1992, Los Angeles).


Speaker before the House Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Courts and Intellectual Property, U.S. House of Representatives, "The Artists' Position on the Online Copyright Limitation Liability Act and WIPO Copyright Treaties Implementation Act", (September 16, 1997, Washington D.C.)

Panel - "Indie Success: Caching in on Collaboration", SXSW (March 15, 2011, Austin, TX)

Panelist with Lily Tomlin, Jane Wagner and Shelley Duval, "Creative Thought Process/New Artists For New Mediums", Seybold Seminars' Digital World conference (June 23-25, 1992, Los Angeles).

Panel -  Roundtable Chat: Music in Film, TV and New Media '09, Don't Knock The Rock Film And Music Festival, (August 1, 2009, Los Angeles, CA.)

Blue Ribbon Panel judge - Emmy for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media - Fiction and Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media � Nonfiction,  Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Interactive Media Peer Group, August, 2008, Los Angeles, CA.

Speaker, "New Environments And Self Expression In Cyberspace - Spread The Cheese...Here Comes willisville!", The TED Conference, (September 26, 1997, New York City). 

Speaker, "Challenge and Response - So What's So Great About Interactive?", Spotlight Conference, (July 25, 1995, Laguna Beach, CA)

Speaker, "Virtual Worlds In The Real World", Digital World, (June 6, 1995, Los Angeles, CA.)

Speaker, "The Evolution and Importance Of The Artist In Society", The TED conference, (February 23, 1995, Monterey, CA)

Speaker, "New Technology:  Images For The 21st Century", The Miami Film Festival, (February 10, 1995, Miami Beach, Fla.)

Keynote Speaker, Leadership Panel, Allee Willis, Sid Sheinberg, President, MCA Inc., Jeff Berg, Chairman & CEO, ICM, Digital World, (June 6, 1994, Los Angeles, CA)

Panel chair, "Think Beyond What Exists Now If You Want To Start The Revolution - Inventing A New Pop Culture Mass Medium Of Entertainment And Communiction", Women In Film, (June 15, 1994, Los Angeles, CA

Speaker, "Inventing the Interactive Multimedia Future", The Nieman Foundation at Harvard University, 'Toward a New Journalist's Agenda:  Responding to Emerging Technological and Economic Realities'  conference,  (May 20, 1994, Cambridge, MA)

Speaker, "Pop Culture on Computers & Other Digital Media", Digital Hollywood, (February 8, 1994, Beverly Hills, CA)

Speaker, "Interactive Title Design:  A New Perspective", 3DO Developers Symposium, Trip Hawkins, President & CEO/ Allee Willis/ Prudence Fenton, Director of Development, Colossal Pictures, (November 2, 1993, San Franciso)

Speaker, "Hollywood Meets The Digital Revolution", Mill Valley Film Festival, Allee Willis/ Warren Franklin, CEO Colossal Pictures/ Hal Barwood, LucasArts, (October 20, 1993)  Mill Valley, CA)

Interview, "The Fate of Interactivity", KSFO FM, Allee Willis/ Denise Caruso, editor Digital Media, A Seybold Report (October 19, 1993, San Francisco)

Panelist, "Women In Technology", The American Film Institute (October 9.1993, Los Angeles)

Speaker, "Content, Titles, Programming:  What Are We Creating?", Digital World '93, Seybold Seminars (June 26, 1993, Los Angeles).

Speaker, "Entertainment Artists Roundtable" with Dr. Timothy Leary, Home Media Expo (March 3-5, 1993, Los Angeles).

Judge, McGraw-Hill Multimedia Expo '93, "Innovation in Multimedia Interfaces and Navigation", McGraw Hill (January 27-28, 1993, New York).

Speaker, "Hollywood, Artists and the Indigo", Silicon Graphics International software conference (November 2-5, 1992, Boulder, Colorado).