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TEDxBayArea TEDWomen Event
Transcript of TEDxBayArea TEDWomen Event
Secretary of State, California
"Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Paper Ballot" Jill Tarter
Director of the Center for SETI Research at the SETI Institute
"Open Innovation in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence: It Started With a Wish"
coach of the Stanford Women’s Basketball team
"Half Time Adjustments" Myra Strober
A labor economist at Stanford University
"Interdisciplinary Conversations: Why They are Critical for Women’s Issues" Elena Danielson
Was director of the Hoover Institution Archives at Stanford.
"Voices from the Past: Secrets from the Hoover Archives Drue Kataoka
Artist & Flutist
"Syrinx: Muse with a Voice" John Hagel III
Co-founder of the Deloitte Center for the Edge
"The Big Shift: Challenge and Opportunity for Women" Dominique Crenn
Chef de Cuisine Luce at InterContinental SF
"Remembering: A Chef's Pledge to Our Future" Almaz Negash
Managing Partner of Entwine Global
"Return on Investment on Women’s Education" Nilofer Merchant
CEO, strategist, and author
"Why We Run" Shaherose Charania
CEO & Co-Founder of Women 2.0
"mWomen" Heather Fleming
CEO of Catapult Design
"Designing Paths out of Poverty" Sophia Yen
MD, MPH, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford’s Teen & Young Adult Clinic
"Cutting Edge Adolescent Medicine" Vivek Wadhwa
Senior research associate with the Labor and Worklife Program at Harvard Law School, an executive in residence/adjunct professor at the Pratt School of Engineering at Duke University, and a visiting scholar at the School of Information at University of California at Berkeley. He is also a columnist for BusinessWeek.com and a contributor to TechCrunch.
What's the Difference Between Men and Women Entrepreneurs- Why So Few Women? Sumaya Kazi is an internationally recognized innovator, leader, speaker and award-winning entrepreneur. For her passion and success around her endeavors, Sumaya has been recognized by BusinessWeek as one of America’s “Best Young Entrepreneurs,” CNN as a “Young Person Who Rocks,” and Silicon Valley Business Journal as a “Woman of Influence.
Title: What You Don't Know But Should About Young Entrepreneurs Sumaya Kazi is an internationally recognized innovator, leader, speaker and award-winning entrepreneur. For her passion and success around her endeavors, Sumaya has been recognized by BusinessWeek as one of America’s “Best Young Entrepreneurs,” CNN as a “Young Person Who Rocks,” and Silicon Valley Business Journal as a “Woman of Influence.
Title: What You Don't Know But Should About Young Entrepreneurs Sumaya Kazi
An internationally recognized innovator, leader, speaker and award-winning entrepreneur.
"What You Don't Know But Should About Young Entrepreneurs" Lynnelle Ye
"What Public School Math Education Does Right" Esther Wojcicki
Journalism and English Ross Aikins is a Ph.D. Candidate in education "You Let Your Children Do WHAT? The Secrets to Empowering Wildly Successful Children" Nana Kanzaveli
Singer, Performer, Teacher
Musical Performance Anne Hardy
VP of Technology Strategy at SAP Labs (US) Marilyn Pratt
SAP Community Advocate "The Life and Death of Innovation Communities" Tatyana Kanzaveli has broad experiences in sales/marketing/business development, technology and professional services. She held executive roles in number of start-ups and large multinationals. She was an early adopter of social media/social networking channels, using them to build successful online and face-to-face communities. Tatyana runs a strategic Social CRM and social media consultancy. She is a TEDxBayArea licensee, organizer of TEDxBayArea events and producer of TEDxBayArea TEDWomen event. Tatyana also runs Bay Area Executives meetup and Global Social CRM roundtables. She is a frequent speaker at conferences here in US and also internationally. She also is an adviser to selected startups. Mei Lin Fung, Chairman of Institute for Service Organization Excellence, co-founded the Xtreme Internet Conference, 2000, the Silicon Valley NetMarketmakers 2001, The ASEAN Alliance of SE Asian Diaspora professional groups 2004, The Program for the Future 2008, the Futuretalk TV show 2009 and TEDxBayArea 2010. Mei Lin was one of the early pioneers in CRM, and today pioneers programs and curriculum that brings together people with appreciative, inquiring minds in new models for 21st century leadership . Her leadership program implemented by the Oklahoma State University at Avaya in 2007 jointly won both institutions the Phillip Crosby Golden Medallion from the American Society for Competitiveness. Francine Gordon, CEO of F Gordon Group & chair of SDForum Tech Women, is a consultant,trainer and executive coach who helps organizations become more innovative working through the people dynamics- teamwork, leadership, and culture. Drawing on her lifelong passion for supporting advancement of women, she’s writing a book on gender and innovation (Womennovation). After holding senior management roles at several high tech firms and co-founding a professional repertory theatre, Francine spent 5+ years as manager at BCG. She began her professional life as assistant professor of Organization Behavior at Stanford Graduate School of Business right after completing her Ph.D. at Yale. Women 2.0 StartUp Weekend
Competition Winners TEAM MarketYoYo.com
Alexis Ringwald is a Director at Serious Materials, following the acquisition of Valence Energy, which she co-founded. As a Yale Fulbright Scholar to India, she authored Momentum for Renewable Energy in India (VDM 2008) and co-directed a climate tour 2,400 miles across India in solar electric cars. Alexis is one of Fast Company’s “Most Influential Women in Tech for 2010.” Team WHAM!
Karen Baker is a freelance user researcher whose projects include ethnographic research in China for a multi-national beverage company and a media campaign highlighting civil rights abuses for the Asian Law Caucus. She has facilitated workshops on mixed race issues, classes on human-centered design and community discussions on social entrepreneurship. Karen graduated from U.C. Berkeley last May. TEDxBayArea Welcome SAP Welcome Susie Wee
Chief Technology Officer
Client Cloud Services
HP’s Personal Systems Group
"Making Local Global and Making Global Local"