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March 10, 2023
Phyllis Ferrell heads global partnership efforts to defeat the disease.
Portrait of Phyllis Ferrell. Credit: Jay Goldz
February 16, 2023
An alumna’s company meets adolescents where they are with the mental health support they need.
Ashley Edwards of MindRight, sitting at a laptop in a bright room, looking off the camera with a thoughtful expression.
January 30, 2023
Stanford alumni, faculty, and industry leaders met in Singapore to explore the connections between Asia and the U.S.
Jon Levin in conversation with Fei-Fei Li and Eric Yuan at the Stanford Asia Economic Forum.
January 24, 2023
“Our mission is to drive massive action across whole portfolios of buildings all over the world.”
Brenden Millstein smiling and looking off camera.
January 19, 2023
Six alumni reflect on a difficult time in their careers.
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January 12, 2023
Students and graduates leveraged a strong job market to find roles that matched their skills and passions.
A female student in a headscarf sitting in Arbuckle Dining Hall on Stanford GSB campus, working on her laptop. Photo by Elena Zhukova
November 08, 2022
Stanford Impact Founder Fellow offers training and support at the grassroots level.
Portrait of Hillary Do. Credit: Saul Bromberger
October 25, 2022
Looking beyond bottles to make wine more accessible and sustainable.
Maker Wine co-founders Sarah Hoffman, Kendra Kawala, and Zoe Victor raise a toast. Sam Shimizu-Jones
October 12, 2022
“I craved becoming a message-maker rather than a messenger.”
An illustration of the narrator writing, in front of a grid of women's portraits. Credit: Illustration by Kim Salt
October 11, 2022
Sarah Hoffman, Kendra Kawala, and Zoe Victor take a canny approach to wine.
Winemakers Maker Wine in their warehouse, surrounded by barrels of wine, with bottles of wine going down a conveyer belt in the middle of the room. William Carnahan
October 05, 2022
An alumna’s journey from B-school to Wall Street; from brain surgery to the C-suite.
Carrie SiuButt standing outside on a track, wearing a red blazer and looking off into the distance. Sam Shimizu-Jones
September 28, 2022
Dominique Mielle, MBA ’98, recalls how a hasty email led to an “Oscar-worthy” act of contrition.
Portrait of Dominique Mielle at her home. Credit: Lesly Hall
September 09, 2022
After meeting at Admit Weekend, two MBAs found a common passion and started a healthcare business for seniors.
Sarah Jacobson and Tori Seidenstein standing on the balcony of Bass Library at Stanford GSB, looking out over Stanford campus and smiling. Sam Shimizu-Jones
August 19, 2022
A nonprofit created by GSB alumni at their 25th reunion is still working to alleviate global poverty.
Changemaker: Carol Head
August 09, 2022
Stanford Impact Founder Fellow plans to disrupt and decarbonize the world’s real estate.
Bright and colorful portrait of Leia de Guzman smiling in front of the change wall at Stanford GSB. Photo by Saul Bromberger
August 05, 2022
Leo Guzman’s company is switching electric cooperatives from coal to clean energy.
Colorful and bold hand painted illustration of Leo Guzman with the sun shining above him. By Gabriella Trujillo
July 29, 2022
Exploring an entrepreneur’s intersection with business, technology, and creativity.
Changemaker: Nils Thorjussen
July 29, 2022
Stanford Impact Founder Fellow is helping livestock farmers use pastureland for carbon offsets.
Portrait of John Foye on Stanford Campus. Photo by Elena Zhukova
July 07, 2022
The Stanford GSB economics professor will serve as chief economist of the antitrust division at the Department of Justice.
portrait of Susan Athey. Credit: Tricia Seibold
June 29, 2022
Students choose Szu-chi Huang, Scott Brady, and Darrell Duffie for 2022 teaching awards.
An MBA student hands an award to GSB associate professor of marketing Szu-chi Huang. Photo by Julia Yu.