Reception/Panel at Stanford: Collaborative Leadership in a Changing World by Stanford A&E, Ashoka, BASES, SENSA

Please join us for a fun reception and inspiring panel discussion with great Stanford academics, Social Sector thought leaders and Authors on how concepts of leadership and agency are evolving and transforming as the world changes – New models: The Changemaker EffectThe New Alpha and more – highly relevant to today’s changing world and very much aligned with Stanford A&E’s core value of being of value to the community and society via advancing Innovation and Entrepreneurship. 
Stanford Angels and Entrepreneurs is cohosting this event in deep collaboration with, and the Stanford student groups BASES and SENSACome hang out with fellow Stanford students, Alumni, Professors and silicon valley thought-leaders at quaint and historic Roble Theater on Stanford campus on February 23rd from 5pm7pm.  
The theme of the panel is Collaborative Leadership in a Changing World.” We will also learn about the Stanford ecosystem student groups BASES and SENSA during the evening and hear from their leadership.
Panel Moderators
Stanford A&E Co-Presidents Radhika Shah & Alan Chiu
  • Henry De Sio, Global Chair for Framework Change AshokaFormer Deputy Assistant to President Barack Obama, COO 2008 Obama for President Campaign.
  • Prof. David Brady Stanford University, Professor of Political Economy and of Political Sciences, School of Humanities and Sciences, Senior Fellow, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, Senior Fellow Hoover Institution
  • Danielle Harlan, Author of “The New Alpha: Join the Rising Movement of Influencers and Changemakers Who are Redefining Leadership“, Founder and CEO of the Center for Advancing Leadership and Human Potential
DateThursday, February 23rd 2014
Time5:00 PM – 7:00 PM (Registration/Reception 5:00-6:00, Panel Discussion 6:00-7:00pm)
Venue: Roble Theater, Roble Hall Building Room M130, 374 Santa Teresa St, Stanford, CA 94305
We would appreciate an RSVP by February 17th at link below if attending. As multiple groups Co-convening this event we suggest rsvping at your earliest convenience.