Stanford Business School International Career Entrepreneurship Panel
On April 16, 2019, GlobalSF participated in a panel discussion on Launching Your International Career or Venture from the San Francisco Bay Area as part of the Stanford Graduate School of Business’ Brown Bag Lunch series. The conversation held at Stanford University drew in audience members comprising of Sloan Fellows from the Stanford MSx Program and Stanford University Alumni with interest in learning about the San Francisco Bay Area as a launchpad for global business and cross-border business opportunities in Latin America and Asia. Hans Galland, Co-Chairman of the Board of GlobalSF and fellow alumnus of the Stanford MSx program, moderated the panel discussion.
Moderator: Hans Galland, MSx '13, Co-Chairman of the Board, GlobalSF
Darlene Chiu Bryant, Founder and Executive Director of GlobalSF
Jolynn Vallejo, Director of LatinSF
Laura Jenkins, Director of Partnerships
The Stanford MSx Program offers an immersive one year, full-time, accelerated Master’s degree with the Stanford Graduate School of Business for approximately 90 Sloan Fellows comprising of experienced leaders from over 30 countries. Sloan Fellows come with diverse educational, professional, social, and cultural backgrounds and go on to lead national and global organizations and serve as policymakers, diplomats, financiers, entrepreneurs, and social innovations.
Learn more: https://www.gsb.stanford.edu/programs/msx