Join us for the 22nd annual Berkeley Haas Women In Leadership Conference!

 We'll tackle topics on how women evolve through their careers, and how men and women alike play a crucial role in this. We invite you to join our diverse panelists and keynote speakers as we discuss topics related to biases and work towards creating a supportive environment for everyone

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March 17, 2018


2018 AGENDA:


8:00 am: Breakfast and Registration sponsored by Prologis

9:00 am: Welcome!

9:15 am: Introduction to Haas' new Center for Gender Equity & Leadership

9:25 am: DEVELOP - Visualizing Ourselves as Leaders sponsored by AT&T

10:15 am: Coffee Break

10:30 am: DEVELOP - Women in the Workplace 2017

10:50 am: DEVELOP - The Power Of Women sponsored by PwC

11:50 am: Lunch sponsored by Dodge & Cox

1:00 pm: PROGRESS - Keynote Speaker

1:45 pm: Coffee Break

2:00 pm: PROGRESS - Workshops

                - #metoo unpacked: rethinking workplace sexual harassment & how you respond

                - Beyond hashtags and Facebook filters: redefining allyship

                - Cutting Edge Women's Leadership Development

3:00 pm: Coffee Break

3:15 pm: ADVANCE - Panels

               - Designing organizations for equitable leadership sponsored by Chevron

               - Women and the higher search for purpose sponsored by the Gap Foundation

4:15 pm: ADVANCE - Keynote Speaker

5:00 pm: Wine Reception sponsored by SoFi




Visualizing Ourselves as Leaders



A select group of women share their foundational stories and discuss how their upbringing, education, and/or culture shaped their view of self





Women in the Workplace 2017


Chloe Johnson, a McKinsey consultant and manager of the Women in the Workplace research team, will present the results of the 2017 study, produced in partnership with LeanIn.Org






The Power of Women


A panel discussing how women create opportunities and results, both in terms of ROI and society, when represented equally in the workforce




#metoo unpacked: rethinking workplace sexual harassment & how you respond


This workshop helps you understand what sexual harassment is, and how it manifests itself across intersectional identities as well as tactical tools to respond whether you’re a target or a witness




Beyond hashtags and Facebook filters: redefining allyship


Women’s March, #Metoo,  Black Lives Matter… there is an urgent need for solidarity across differences in and outside of the workplace. Join this timely and critical conversation to unpack what it means to be a thoughtful ally and empower yourself with allyship best practices!



Cutting Edge Women's Leadership Development


Based on the latest research in neuroscience, applied positive psychology, gender research and leadership development, explore science-backed practices deployed by leading organizations to support women to further their career, expand their influence and lead authentically.



Designing Organizations for Equitable Leadership


Leaders in various organizations discuss what an equitable organization looks like and how to create one. This panel is a must for future leaders dedicated to giving everyone a fair shot at success





Women and the higher search for purpose


Women vastly outnumber men in impact-driven careers and roles. What motivates these female leaders, and how have they been able to reconcile their careers with their broader searches for purpose?



Keynote Speakers

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Larissa Roesch

Vice President and Portfolio Manager at Dodge & Cox

Session: Progress Keynote


Larissa Roesch is a Vice President and Portfolio Manager at Dodge & Cox. She joined the firm twenty years ago, right after graduating from Haas. She serves as one of ten members of the firm’s U.S. Fixed Income Investment Committee, which collectively manages the firm’s $125+ billion in fixed income AUM and also serves as a client portfolio manager for the firm’s institutional corporate clients. Larissa received her A.B. degree in music and mathematics from Dartmouth College and an M.B.A. from the Berkeley-Haas School of Business. At Haas, Larissa was President of the MBAA (the first woman to do so), participated in IBD, helped plan the second annual WIL conference, and was on the staff of HaasWeek. Prior to business school, Larissa worked for various institutions in the not-for-profit classical performing arts industry. Larissa currently serves on the Board of Directors of the San Francisco Ballet Endowment Foundation, the Board of Berkeley-Haas School of Business, and the Search Committee for the new Dean of Berkeley-Haas. She is a founding Advisory Board member of the Berkeley-Haas Center for Gender, Equity & Leadership.

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Julie Herendeen

Leads Global Business Marketing at Uber

Session: Advance Keynote


Julie is a CMO, business leader and public board member who has grown multiple technology businesses from startup to global scale. Currently Julie leads Global Business Marketing at Uber. Prior to Uber, Julie was the CMO at Dropbox with P&L responsibility for Dropbox’s self-service business. Previously, Julie led marketing and business teams at Lookout, Yahoo!, Netscape and Apple, and was the founding CMO of  Shutterfly. Julie holds a BA in Economics (Phi Beta Kappa) from the University of California, Berkeley, and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of HubSpot and actively works with startups as an advisor and angel investor.

Additional Speakers

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Laura Tyson


Session: Advance Keynote Moderator

Distinguished Professor of the Graduate School and Faculty Director of the Institute for Business & Social Impact at the Berkeley Haas School of Business


Laura D. Tyson is a Distinguished Professor of the Graduate School and Faculty Director of the Institute for Business & Social Impact at the Berkeley Haas School of Business. She chairs the Blum Center for Developing Economies Board of Trustees. From 2002-2006, she served as Dean of London Business School and from 1998-2001 she served as Dean of the Berkeley-Haas. Tyson was a member of the US Department of State Foreign Affairs Policy Board and a member of President Obama’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness and the President’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board. She served in the Clinton Administration as the Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers (1993-1995) and as Director of the National Economic Council (1995 – 1996). She is a member of the Board of Directors of AT&T and CBRE Group Inc. She is the co-author of Leave No One Behind, a report for the United Nation’s High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment.


Carly Leahy


Session: Visualizing ourselves as leaders

Co-founder and CCO of Modern Fertility


Carly Leahy is the co-founder and CCO of Modern Fertility, a women's health company focused on making fertility information more accessible for women earlier in life. Carly is a brand builder through and through. She's held brand and marketing roles at Google–leading creative for a grassroots initiative to help small businesses succeed online–and Uber, running content and creative strategy for new Uber products like UberEATS and UberHEALTH. At Modern Fertility, she’s focused on making the science of fertility more human and helpful for women everywhere.



Eve Chaurand


Session: Visualizing ourselves as leaders

General Counsel for Udemy


Eve Chaurand is currently interim General Counsel for Udemy, a global online education marketplace. She is President of the San Francisco French American Chamber of Commerce, fostering the success of French entrepreneurs and businesses in the US. Previously, Eve was General Counsel of and General Counsel and SVP of Business Development of She spent her career in Europe and the US advising clients on foreign investments and cross-border transactions, and leading the legal teams of global technology platforms. Eve spent the last 15 years supporting technology companies that enable social change, consumer empowerment and making people’s lives better.


Kara Sammet


Session: Visualizing Ourselves as Leaders

Founder & Principal of Gender Lenz


Dr. Kara Sammet is the Founder of Gender Lenz, a strategy firm that supports venture capitalists, philanthropists and corporate responsibility leaders to leverage intersectional gender inclusion to transform the world. She has implemented and written about leadership programs and inclusive environments for twenty years, and developed diversity initiatives sponsored by Google, Chevron and Clorox. Prior to Gender Lenz, Dr. Sammet was a social impact measurement expert and SaaS product manager/designer for a research center at the University of California, Berkeley, as well as a Women of Courage wilderness expedition leader for Outward Bound. She received her PhD from UC Berkeley in Social & Cultural Studies with an emphasis on metrics and gender, and a BA in Women’s Studies from UW Madison.


Chloe Johnson


Session:  Women in the Workplace 2017

Engagement Manager at McKinsey & Company


Chloe Johnson is an Engagement Manager out of McKinsey’s Silicon Valley Office.  Chloe serves technology companies as align their strategy and organization to prepare for rapid scale change. She has led teams across a variety of comprehensive transformation efforts with a focus on sales & go-to-market strategy, as well as organizational design. In addition to her client work, Chloe is one of the West Coast leads for McKinsey’s Women’s Initiative and is currently leading McKinsey’s Women in the Workplace team, a research collaboration between McKinsey&Company and to encourage gender diversity in Corporate America. Chloe holds a B.A. in International Relations from Johns Hopkins University (Phi Beta Kappa), a Masters in Global Policy and Economics from the Institut d’Etudes Politique de Paris (Summa Cum Laude) and an MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, where she was an Arjay Miller Scholar. She lives in the Bay Area with her husband and dog Rosie.


Sharon Hutchins


Session: The Power of Women

Director in IT at Intuit


Sharon Hutchins has more than 20 years of leadership experience building leaders at all levels and guiding large complex organizations. As an accomplished Six Sigma Master Black Belt and Change Agent, her vision and expertise in business process excellence have driven notable improvements in business operations, software, and workflow design. Currently a Director in IT at Intuit, she leads IT Business Operations which includes Mergers & Acquisitions, IT Risk and Compliance, and Technology Business Management. Sharon has achieved exciting corporate and public sector turnarounds and is recognized for her success in driving outstanding results. Her turnaround capability is highlighted by her accomplishments as President of the Travis Unified School Board of Trustees, where she led a financially distressed school district to record solvency by increasing budget transparency and improving union contract negotiations, resulting in receiving the Outstanding Community Leadership & Service Award. Sharon was recently awarded the highly acclaimed “Scott Cook Innovation Award” at Intuit for implementing an innovative business model for global wide employee support called the “TechKnow Bar.” Sharon received her B.S. from the Haas School of Business, at University of California, Berkeley.


Kellie McElhaney

Session: The Power of Women

Professor and Distinguished Teaching Fellow at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley and Founding Director of the new Center for Gender, Equity and Leadership


Dr. Kellie McElhaney is a professor and Distinguished Teaching Fellow at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.  She is the Founding Director of the new Center for Gender, Equity and Leadership, which is agitating, activating, and fiercely turning up the volume and velocity on diversity and inclusion in the business leadership world.  Professor McElhaney has helped to develop the school’s gender equity strategy, leading to a significant increase of Haas female MBA matriculates and an increase in female satisfaction and engagement.  In 2003 she founded the Center for Responsible Business, solidifying corporate responsibility as a core competency and competitive advantage of the school. Haas was rated #1 in the world for corporate responsibility by The Financial Times. She received the Founder and Visionary Award at Haas and authored a book entitled Just Good Business: The Strategic Guide to Aligning Corporate Responsibility and Brand. She also produces thought leadership, white papers and case studies of companies who are investing in women (Wal-Mart, E&Y, Gap, Inc.), and conducts research in the area of equal pay, unconscious bias, women and leadership, and the ROI of women in leadership.

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Mike Dillon


Session: The Power of Women

Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer at PwC


As Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Assurance Partner Mike Dillon leads PwC’s ongoing commitment to fostering an inclusive environment that enables our people and the communities where we live and work to thrive. Mike is a member of PwC’s US leadership team and leads firmwide diversity and inclusion initiatives through PwC’s dedicated US Diversity and Inclusion team. Mike drives the firm’s strategy around dimensions of diversity – including gender, race, sexual orientation, gender identity, cognitive and physical ability and religious beliefs – to help the firm recruit, develop and retain talented professionals who bring diverse perspectives to our culture and our clients. Prior to assuming the role of Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Mike served as PwC’s Assurance Leader for the San Francisco market.  He has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from New York University and is a licensed CPA in California and New York. Currently Mike serves on the boards of The Trevor Project, San Francisco AIDS Foundation, and United Way Bay Area in addition to being a member of the US firm’s LGBT Partner Advisory Board.


Michelle Stohlmeyer Russell


Session: The Power of Women

Senior Partner & Managing Director at BCG


Michelle Stohlmeyer Russell is a Chicago-based senior partner. She led the firm’s women’s initiative, known as Women@BCG, in North America from 2013-2017 and is now the Global Women@BCG Practices Lead. Michelle is a core member of the People & Organization practice. She has deep client ex­perience in change management, strategy and post-merger integration. Much of her work focuses on academic medical centers, hospital systems and payers. She previously led BCG’s Health Care practice for the Midwest and Canada, and is a member of the firm’s Scientist Network. Last year, Michelle received the “Women Leader in Consulting“ award from Consulting magazine. Outside of work, she serves on the board of Leadership Greater Chicago and on the Civic Consulting Alliance’s Leadership Council. Michelle received a PhD in organic chemistry from Stanford University and a BA from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN. Michelle lives in Chicago with her husband and two daughters.


Rory Gerberg


Session: #metoo unpacked - rethinking workplace sexual harassment & how you respond

Consultant on sexual harassment, bias, and diversity & inclusion at ReadySet


Rory is a consultant on sexual harassment, bias, and diversity & inclusion at ReadySet. Her work on gender and inclusion has spanned workplace sexual harassment; sexual harassment and assault at Harvard and U.S. college campuses nationally; and sexual violence in Latin America. In her current work with organizations, Rory revamps policies, advises leaders, and designs and runs workshops to advance inclusive workplaces. She tailors content to a wide-range of clients, from small nonprofits to large tech firms in today's headlines, and integrates behavioral science insights to drive effective results. As an Adrienne Hall Fellow at Harvard University, Rory developed an interactive training module on sexual harassment and assault and manual to guide facilitators. She published Op-Eds in the Boston Globe and Harvard Kennedy School Review, and was featured in the New York Times, Associated Press, NPR, and CBS This Morning. Her work on sexual harassment and assault prevention was recognized with Harvard's Holly Taylor Sargent Award for Women's Advancement. (


Michelle Kim


Session: Beyond Hashtags and Facebook filters: redefining allyship

Co-founder and CEO of Awaken


Michelle is the co-founder and CEO of Awaken (, bringing modern and interactive diversity, inclusion, and leadership workshops to companies that wish to go beyond just "checking the box." Awaken creates compassionate and inspiring learning experiences to empower leaders and teams to lead fearlessly and inclusively in today’s dynamic workplace. Prior to Awaken, Michelle had a successful career in both tech and consulting, working with C-/VP-level executives to build high performing organizations around the world. While working in consulting and technology startups, she experienced and validated first-hand the urgent need for modern, up-to-date education that empower leaders to be more empathetic, inclusive, and culturally relevant.Michelle has been a lifelong social justice activist and has served on a variety of organizations such as the LGBTQ Speakers Bureau, SF Human Rights Commission's Advisory Committee, and LYRIC nonprofit’s Board of Directors. Michelle is a proud Golden Bear and a Haas graduate.



Natalie Brain


Session: Cutting Edge Women’s Leadership Development

Founder, Brass Bamboo. Leadership Development Facilitator and Coach


Natalie helps workplaces grow fearlessly to meet the 21st century at its edge. She facilitates the women's leadership program at a global wine company and co-delivers the award-winning people manager training at one of Fortune's "100 Best Companies to Work For 2018". She was a full-time lecturer in applied positive psychology at the University of Melbourne in Australia and has 10+ years of management experience on six continents. She has an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, master's degree in applied positive psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, and undergraduate degree in economics & business from UCLA. She is also a mindfulness facilitator for Spirit Rock Meditation Center.



Annie Sartor


Session: Designing Organizations for Equitable Leadership

Leads workplace programs at PL+US, Paid Leave for the U.S.


Annie leads workplace programs at PL+US, Paid Leave for the U.S. and works with the nation’s top employers to develop high quality paid family leave policies to meet the needs of working families. Annie has over 15 years of experience in public advocacy campaigns for social and environmental justice, and is passionate about applying this experience to ensure that everyone working in the United States is able to be there for their families when they are needed most.


Danielle DeRuiter-Williams


Session: Designing Organizations for Equitable Leadership

Social change strategist and CEO of The Justice Collective


Danielle is a social change strategist and CEO of The Justice Collective. She is committed to organizational transformation that unapologetically centers race and class equity in every context. With clients, Danielle works closely to surface underlying barriers to change and to build the capacity of clients to go beyond what they perceive to be possible to do what is necessary to achieve their equity goals. While leading TJC, Danielle founded and led the development of the San Francisco Planning Department’s first Racial and Ethnic Equity Initiative which includes the creation and implementation of a comprehensive organizational strategy that identifies and leverages opportunities to advance racial equity. Danielle holds Master’s Degrees from the University of California Los Angeles in both Urban and Regional Planning and Afro-American Studies and will finish her MBA at Mills College in the spring with a concentration in Equitable Organizational Development and Diversity and Inclusion Strategy.

Lauren Nagel



Session: Designing Organizations for Equitable Leadership

Group Creative Director and Women’s Community Co-Chair at Pandora


Lauren Nagel is the Group Creative Director and Women’s Community Co-Chair at Pandora, the nation’s number one audio streaming service. By day, she leads a diverse team of designers, copywriters, and audio producers to create innovative advertising in the wild digital west, while also championing women’s leadership and empowerment in the tech, music, and media industries. Proudly representing the 11% female creative director population, Lauren aims to elevate inclusive creative leadership to amplify global stories and storytellers. Lauren’s expertise in brand and creative team development helped Pandora drive over $500M in advertising revenue in 2017. By night, Lauren is a vocalist for improv hip-hop group The Freeze, the house band for global storytelling phenomenon Mortified, and was featured by Creative Mornings OAK for her lecture on humility and improvisation in the creative space: “Don’t Be An Assclown.”


Jennifer Kim


Session: Designing Organizations for Equitable Leadership

Former Head of Employee Experience at Lever


Jennifer Kim was most recently Head of Employee Experience & Development at Lever, where she also led Diversity & Inclusion efforts. By investing in diversity and culture early on, Lever reached a  rare milestone in Silicon Valley, a 50:50 gender balance across the company. Jen comes from a background in product and recruiting. Before tech/Silicon Valley, she helped build a education reform startup and worked with MBAs on career management at Stanford Business School.


Brandi DeCarli


Session: Women and the higher search for purpose

Founding Partner of Farm from a Box


Brandi DeCarli is the Founding Partner of Farm from a Box, an off-grid, modularly designed farm system that provides communities with the tools and technology needed to strengthen local food production. Previously, Brandi was the Managing Partner of Human.kind Philanthropic Advisory Company, where she worked to develop strategic collaborations and partnerships between nonprofits, government agencies, donors and private sector.  A Rising Talent with the Women’s Forum for Economy and Society, she is passionate about driving positive change in the world through innovation, compassion, and connection. Brandi is a proud graduate of University of California, Berkeley.


Seema Batavia


Session: Women and the higher search for purpose

Partner at Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund


Seema Batavia has 20+ years of experience in cross-functional business roles at companies like Johnson & Johnson and Price Waterhouse Coopers. She currently runs her own consulting practice helping start-up and corporate clients with projects from strategy development to commercialization.  In her spare time, she has been a part of the Impact Investing Working Group at Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund (SV2), acted as a business mentor at Village Capital and Santa Clara University’s Miller Center Global Social Benefit Institute, and been a board member for a number of non-profit organizations. Seema has her undergraduate degree from UC Berkeley and an MBA from The Wharton School.


Gihani Fernando


Session: Women and the higher search for purpose

Network Strategy Officer at Playworks


Gihani serves as the Network Strategy Officer at Playworks, a national nonprofit that is focused on helping kids stay active and build valuable social emotional skills through play.  In her role, Gihani leads Playworks' efforts to cultivate strategic partnerships with like-minded organizations that are committed to bringing safe and healthy play to many more kids. She most recently worked at The Bridgespan Group where she provided strategic guidance and advisory support to mission-driven leaders and organizations with a primary focus on education and youth development. Her clients included several large youth-serving networks and Social Innovation Fund grantees. Prior to that, she was an analyst in Citigroup’s Public Finance investment banking division where she supported the execution of complex bond issues for a variety of entities including school districts, nonprofits, transportation systems, and redevelopment agencies. Her publications include two articles featured in the Stanford Social Innovation Review titled “High Stakes Donor Collaboration” and “Rethinking How Students Succeed”. She received her BA in Economics from Stanford University and completed her MBA at UC Berkeley.


Jennifer Lujan


Session: Women and the higher search for purpose

Director of Social Impact at Eaze


Jennifer Lujan is the Director of Social Impact at Eaze. In her role, Jennifer leads the company’s efforts to leverage human capital, technology and resources to improve communities. Prior to Eaze, she was the Founder and CEO of Weed for Good and now serves on the Board of Directors. Weed for Good, a nonprofit based in San Francisco, provides free, low cost cannabis to low income patients. Previously she launched and oversaw Lyft’s social responsibility program, Lyft for Good, a program that bridged the gap between the ridesharing platform and populations that have barriers to transportation access. Before that, Jennifer managed Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s community engagement programs throughout the Bay Area. Jennifer brings more than 15 years of experience in community engagement and philanthropy across a wide variety of industries and an award winning social entrepreneur. Raised in Texas, she received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Texas State University and has participated in post-graduate programs at Harvard and University of California, Berkeley.


Alison Powell


Session: Women and the higher search for purpose

Manager of Bridgespan’s philanthropy research


Alison joined Bridgespan in 2006. Alison leads and advises on projects for philanthropy clients, and manages much of Bridgespan’s philanthropy research, including our multi-year initiative focused on Big Bets for Social Change. During the last seven years, Alison has led a number of projects with influential philanthropies, supporting their strategies and strategic implementation. Prior to focusing on philanthropy, she spent four years in Bridgespan’s strategy consulting practice working with direct-service nonprofits, including a charter management organization and an organization focused on transitional support for youth aging out of foster care. Before joining Bridgespan, Alison worked for Mattel to ideate, develop, and launch toy product lines. She started her career at The Parthenon Group, a management consultancy where she worked on a host of strategic engagements, from motorcycle manufacturing to publishing. Alison graduated cum laude with an AB degree in Politics from Princeton University and received her MBA from Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. Alison writes and speaks on philanthropic issues, including co-authoring Making Big Bets for Social Change, What Ambitious Philanthropists Can Learn From The Atlantic Philanthropies’ Experience Making Big Bets, and Philanthropy in the New Age of Government Austerity.


The Women in Leadership conference is held annually at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. Haas is accessible via public transportation and car, and parking is available on the street or in private facilities.

University of California, Berkeley
Haas School of Business

2220 Piedmont Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94720



Parking on the UC Berkeley campus on the conference day can be very difficult and expensive ($20-25 for the duration of the event). To have the most enjoyable experience, consider taking public transit and/or rideshare.

  • BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit)

From either airport, San Francisco or other points west or south of Berkeley, take a Richmond-bound BART train to the Downtown Berkeley station. From the BART station, it's a 20-minute (uphill) walk to Haas; you can also take AC Transit buses or rideshare.


If taking rideshare to Haas, use the address 2220 Piedmont Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94720 for pick-up and drop-off.


Please note that Stadium Parking Structure may fill up quickly/earlier in the day.

1) Stadium Parking Structure
Address: 2175 Gayley Road - Adjacent to Memorial Stadium (though if you are using a GPS or Google Maps please enter 2203 Piedmont Avenue as this is approximately where the entry is located). The lot is across the street from the Haas School of Business. To learn more about rates and payment click here.

2) Underhill Garage
Address: 2616 Haste St
Entrances: Channing Way and Haste Street

To learn more about rates and payment click here.


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The Berkeley-Haas Women in Leadership organization's mission is to serve the entire Haas community through a series of professional, educational, and social events designed to enhance the understanding and appreciation of women's roles in business while equipping WIL members to achieve success.

Beyond hosting the annual WIL conference, WIL is actively involved in leading the Women's Workshop and Diversity Conference, and offers regular social events and an annual retreat for Haas students and partners.

Visit the Women in Leadership website


For over 100 years, the Haas School of Business has offered exceptional management education to outstanding women and men from around the world. The school is one of the world's leading producers of new ideas and knowledge for all areas of business, and a launching point for many new businesses. The Haas School is widely known for its diverse and talented faculty, staff, students and alumni. Its programs benefit significantly from the university's practice of interdisciplinary research and teaching, and the school's strong connections to nearby Silicon Valley.

Visit the Haas School of Business website


2018 Co-Chairs


Mary Harty and Mackenzie Cooke
Ejede Okogbo
Mike Solarz
Jen Kozin and Sonia Rodrigues