Upcoming Events: Business & Leadership
Cole Porter: The Music and the ManDate: Wed, August 19, 2015
Time: 6:00 PM
Sophisticated, worldly, witty, passionate, romantic, irreverent and downright bawdy
Noah Griffin, Founder and Artistic Director, Cole Porter Society
This program is part of the 2015 Platforum series Music Matters, sponsored by Ernst & Young and the John and Marcia Goldman Foundation
Sophisticated, worldly, witty, passionate, romantic, irreverent and downright bawdy are all apt descriptors of Cole Porter. The uninitiated and those who thought they knew all there was to know about this elfin genius are constantly rediscovering America’s foremost musical poet, who is never out of style for the cognoscenti. Come experience the music of Cole you know and music of the Cole you thought you knew.
SCOBLE on Startups 2015: Context, Cloud and Bleeding Edge TechDate: Wed, September 02, 2015
Time: 6:00 PM
Tech evangelist and author
Robert Scoble, Chief Startup Liaison, Rackspace; Author, Age of Context: Mobile, Sensors, Data and the Future of Privacy
In conversation with Kevin O’Malley, President TechTalk / Studio
Top tech evangelist Robert Scoble travels the world looking for what's happening on the bleeding edge of technology. He's interviewed thousands of executives and innovators, and continues to report on what he learns in books like The Age of Context and through social media, where he has a huge following. Join Scoble to learn about the latest and greatest startups, trends and devices he’s uncovering for 2015 and beyond.
SOCAP Preview 2015: Funding What Matters in Our Local EconomiesDate: Tue, September 22, 2015
Time: 6:00 PM
Investors and philanthropists pursing neighborhood economics.
Kevin Jones, Founder, Good Capital; Co-founder and Convener, Social Capital Markets
Jenny Kassan, CEO, Cutting Edge Capital
Michael Shuman, Co-founder, Cutting Edge Capital; Author, Local Economy Solution; Founding Board Member, Business Alliance for Local Living Economies
Kevin O’Malley, President TechTalk/Studio – Moderator
Cities and small towns can become more resilient when residents see where resources are flowing, decide together the changes to prioritize and strategically blend giving and investing to reach those goals. Hear from leading investors and philanthropists who are pursing neighborhood economics as an antidote to “two pocket thinking” –where giving and financial-return investments happen separately, and often in contradiction to each other – and bringing the full diversity of a community into local economy-building.
Women in Tech: Can Silicon Valley Women Have It All?Date: Fri, October 02, 2015
Time: 12:00 PM
Jaleh Daie, Ph.D., Managing Partner, Aurora Equity; Member, Silicon Valley of Angels; Former Head of Science, David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Technology has always been a male dominated industry even in the midst of the women’s liberation movements. Within the ever-expanding Silicon Valley, the gender gap in the job market has become ever more prevalent as the industry becomes increasingly one-sided. Dr. Jaleh Daie, a leading female VC in Silicon Valley, discusses her own career as she established herself in a male-majority industry. Join us for a conversation about what we can do to attract more young women to technology and what women can bring to the technological table.