Join fellow alumni for a fun, interactive session to explore your career interests — stable preferences for certain work activities and work environments — which typically last a lifetime and can inform your career path moving forward.
As more women enter the boardroom, the path to board leadership is increasingly in sight. Mellody Hobson, Vice Chair and incoming Board Chair of Starbucks Corporation, is paving the way and reaching new heights for all women. Join us for our annual event to learn from Mellody and gain actionable insights from the deep experience within our SWB community. Non-members welcome.
The 12th annual Jack McDonald Military Service Community Event raises awareness for military service and traditions among the Stanford GSB community, brings together current and past alumni veterans from the GSB, and recognizes a member of the community for his or her contributions to service, leadership, business and/or education.
Join us for one of the virtual “Welcome to Alumnihood” events. There will be a 20-minute overview of all the benefits of being a Stanford GSB alum, how to stay to connected to your classmates, and the GSB after graduation.
The Racial Justice Steering Group from the Class of 1987 at the Stanford Graduate School of Business is honored to host Jeffery Robinson, former Director of the ACLU Trone Center for Justice and Equality and Founder of The Who We Are Project, as he presents “Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America,” a compelling and comprehensive presentation of the history and enduring legacy of anti-Black racism in America.
Their story starts in 1996 with Stanford GSB roots, a single LP, and a $30 million fund investing in early stage technology companies. This early support came from a group of surprising partners, an unexpected community of investors who also understood the idea of being marginalized. Today, Altos manages more than $10 billion of regulatory assets. Its portfolio includes companies that had two recent blockbuster IPOs, Roblox and Coupang, with a recent combined market capitalization of $120 billion.
Looking back at the recent events in Texas and forward to the future of energy in the US, how can we leverage what we have learned to improve and scale where we get energy from and how we use it? How do we build clean energy, new energy, and use better technology to learn from the past and build towards the future on a sustainable path?
Join us for this multi-school conversation on this important topic.