Amit Aggarwal is the Founder of Mangobird., a mobile apps entertainment and gaming company. As an early ador of the mobile platform, Amit was responsible for developing the first lost device recovery tool on mobile, named Find My Phone, originally released in 2009. Unpatented and untrademarked, this app went on to inspire countless clones and today has become an industry standard in name and functionality. Prior to founding Mangobird, Amit worked at Truveo, a video search engine which at its peak served 100 million videos daily. There he was responsible for developing and optimizing critical components of the engineering pipeline. Today, Amit is most passionate about Karaoke, a great pastime which he intends to bring to the world in a new and innovative way. Amit holds a degree in Computer Science from UC Berkeley. He is a 2014 Fellow in the Startup Leadership Program in San Francisco. Besides managing his startup, he also works as a Software Engineer at Yelp.
Anna ChodosResident, Internal MedicineVeterans Affairs Quality Scholars Program (VAQS)
Anna is works at San Francisco General Hospital. She completed her MD and MPh at the Harvard Medical School after a year at the Harvard School of Public Health. In medical school her focus has been in community health and community-based research. At the School of Public Health she was exposed to the powerful contribution that social enterprise can have to innovation in health care delivery. With two other students she formed Unite for Health!, a non-profit working to bring powerful approaches to screening and treatment for cardiovascular disease in China. The business plan for Unite for Health! won the 1st place in the Harvard Business School Business Plan Competition, Social Enterprise Track. She also completed the Zuckerman Fellowship in leadership and public service at Harvard University, concurrent with her year at the School of Public Health. Her interests are increasingly centered on delivery quality care for people with chronic diseases, and she plans to do a residency in Internal Medicine and fellowship in Geriatrics. Through social entrepreneurship, she plans to contribute her clinical and public health background to the creation of feasible and evidence-based solutions for chronic diseases in resource-poor communities.
Brianna RaderPosition FounderJuicebox
Brianna Rader is the Founder at Juicebox, it is a mobile platform for sexual health. Prior to Juicebox she worked at UCSF as a Clinical Research Co-ordinator. Briana is an expert in public speaking, fund raising and research. She holds a degree in Arts Master’s in Global Health Sciences. She is a 2017 fellow in the Startup Leadership Program in San Francisco
Catherine LiaoCo-Founder and CEOBlumio
Catherine Liao is the Co-Founder of Blumio, it is a “contactless” health sensor to detect and measure a person’s blood pressure and pulse. Prior to this she worked at Riverbed Technology and Tradeshift. She has a degree in Management Information Systems and a Master's in Business Administration. Catherine is an expert in Saas, Cloud Computing and Data Center. She is a 2017 fellow in the Startup Leadership Program in San Francisco.
Dan is a technology entrepreneur with over 14 yearsâ€™ experience in providing Information Systems solutions to Enterprise. He began his career at Oracle where he specialized in Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing systems. Dan has spent the last eight years as owner and pripal of a boutique technology consultancy successfully delivering business solutions to organizations of all sizesluding global 500 companies. He has served in numerous capacitiesluding sales and marketing, management and technical roles. His projects haveluded many successful Business Intelligence implementations and creation of business solutions for clients in Energy, Internet focused ventures, Oil Field Services, Construction, and the technology and finance sectors. In May 2014 Dan co-founded Rallyteam, a startup that provides an internal marketplace for organizations to help employees connect to opportunities at their place of work. He is a â€œfull stackâ€ founder with technical and business aptitude fulfilling a variety of roles during Rallyteamsâ€™eption phase. Danâ€™s clients haveluded; Suncor Energy, BHP Billiton, Endeavour Corporation, Frontline Group, Longview Systems, Patara Oil and Gas, UnitAid, Brookfield Residential Properties, Helios Group, Bonnetts Energy Corp, British Petroleum, Divestco, Impello Consulting, Pengrowth, Enerplus Resources, Schlumberger, Telus Corporation, Zedi Solutions. Dan is a Fellow in the inaugural year of the Startup Leadership Program for the San Francisco 2014 class.
Everett YoungCEO & FounderiCHAMPSPORTS Inc
A social-impact driven entrepreneur, Everett Young has a proven history of leadership in for-profit and non-profit organizations.15 years in key leadership roles with athletic programs; achieving program turnarounds, high profile brand partnerships, national recognition and expansion of global offerings. 360 degrees involvement from program implementation to strategic organizational planning.He is currently the Program Lead for the Startup Leadership Program in San Francisco; a highly-selective non-profit training program and lifetime network for outstanding founders and innovators.He is currently the Co-Director of the San Francisco Chapter of the Hamilton Venture Network; an organization that connects Hamilton College entrepreneurs through a resource network and events.He is currently Founder & CEO of iCHAMPSPORTS; a national athletic KPI solution.
Gautam GuptaCEO & co-founderNatureBox
Gautam is the co-founder and CEO of NatureBox. Prior to launching NatureBox, Gautam was a Principal at General Catalyst Partners. While at General Catalyst, he sourced and was actively involved with the firm's investments in GoodData, PlumDistrict, BigCommerce, Shareaholic, Honest Company and FriendBuy. Gautam joined General Catalyst from Procter and Gamble, where he analyzed brand strategy and consumer preferences in the Consumer Market Knowledge group of Procter and Gamble's North American Fabric Care business unit. Prior to that, he worked closely with the sales and marketing groups at SinglePoint (fka: Wireless Services Corporation) and CTV Live on Campus, during his studies at Babson College.
Greg LevinEVP & CFOBJ's Restaurants, Inc.
interests: teaching, travel, swimming, hiking, creativity
Guilhem Herail Founder and CEO Landfinder
Guilhem Herail is the Founder and CEO at LandFinder, it helps accredited real-estate investor instantly finding the best deal on the market. Prior to this he worked at Accenture. He has a Master's in Engineering and Management. He is an expert in Entrepreneurship, Management and Business Strategy. He is a 2017 fellow in the Startup Leadership Program in San Francisco.
Helen Huang is the founder of String, an app that matches single individuals based on their responses to meaningful questions, creating long-lasting and deep relationships. Besides String, she also works at TRUSTe as Sr. Product Manager. Helen has also worked at AdNectar, Inc, Crunchyroll and Fujitsu Computer Systems. She is an expert in Advertising and Digital Media. She holds a degree in Psychology from University of California, Berkeley and an MBA from San Jose State University. She is 2015 Fellow in the Startup Leadership Program in San Francisco.
Jay WardFounder & CEO MostRomanticTable.com
Jay Ward is the CEO of MostRomanticTable.com. He currently works at Oracle as an Analyst. Jay has also worked as an Advisor at DoctorBase, Inc., Dekko & Stitcher. He has also been an attorney to Axiom Global, Inc. & a Legal Advisor to Cisco Systems. He is an expert in Mergers & Acquisitions, Licensing and Intellectual Property. He holds a degree in Political Science and a certificate in Business Strategy and Organization from Stanford University Graduate School of Business. He is 2015 Fellow in the Startup Leadership Program in San Francisco.
Jianhan Wang is the founder of CycleSCP, a mobile-integrated lockable parking space. He a recent graduate of Babson College. He currently works at the Math Resource Center of Babson College. Jianhan has also worked as a Summer Study Mentor at Babson College. He is an expert in Leadership and Teamwork. He holds a degree in Business Administration, Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Design. Jianhan has always been interested in solving problems in sustainability and infrastructure, especially in transportation that affects many people's lives. He is 2015 Fellow in the Startup Leadership Program in San Francisco.
Jordan is Founder and CEO of Stroll, a digital healthcare company focusing on bringing price transparency and patient choice to healthcare. Previously, Jordan built custom business intelligence software systems for major enterprises. He has a deep passion and curiosity to explore how software can create meaningful behavior change and empower people. Jordan is a proud alumnus of Carleton College, an eager athlete, and enjoys learning new ideas from passionate people. He is a 2014 Fellow in the Startup Leadership Program in San Francisco.