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Inspirational LEADERS – Jennifer Wang Introduction
Mar 9 @ 6:55 am – 7:10 am
Inspirational LEADERS - Jennifer Wang Introduction

The Me2We Committee decided to bring to light six LEADERS, very special individuals, that have demonstrated their engagement to accelerate positive impacts. They will tell us about their journey supporting their causes and commitments. Book your agenda to meet with Tosin Joel, Rosemary Scrimgeour, Erica Staufert Carvalho, Patricia Amaro, Saul Jaeger and Alina Adams.

In that session, Jennifer Wang will open this “Inspirational LEADERS” series.

Jennifer Wang

Jen is the head of digital strategy and innovation at a healthcare organization in New York City, and works at the intersection of emerging technologies, digital transformation, and user experience. She is also a consultant for early stage technology and education startups, where she works with entrepreneurs on building their strategy and business models. She is a course facilitator for Stanford GSB Executive Education. 

Jen also actively volunteers and supports organizations serving children in need and women survivors of human trafficking.

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Inspirational LEADERS – Tosin Joel
Mar 9 @ 7:10 am – 7:35 am
Inspirational LEADERS - Tosin Joel

Tosin Joel

Getting the best out of life

Tosin is Project Head and Geodata Country representative for major energy company Eni. In addition, Joel is the founder of GTBOOL (, a nonprofit organization that arose out of the Stanford GSB online LEAD program to foster personal growth and development with a particular emphasis on diversity and inclusion. 

Tosin has built and leveraged on unique networks within Stanford’s LEAD to create global impacts. Since starting the program last year, she has moved up several levels in her organization, established a unique brand and transformed the lives of many.

Joel was the first female vice president of the association of Petroleum Explorationists OOU. She is named among Best International Humanitarians, 100 Most Influential People of African

Descent Under40 (MIPAD class of 2020), International contribution award for Women in tech,

Mentor of the year category 2020, Humanity 100, Intellectual contribution awards and several other awards for her leadership and contributions.

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Inspirational LEADERS – Rosemary Scrimgeour
Mar 9 @ 8:25 am – 8:50 am
Inspirational LEADERS - Rosemary Scrimgeour

Rosemary Scrimgeour

Why do I need a dyslexic person on my team?

Rosemary co-founded multi award winning Scottish rural architecture practice, Building Workshop, together with her husband. Ben is dyslexic, Rosemary is neurotypical. Rosemary is on a mission to raise awareness about dyslexia and the potential to be gained by leveraging dyslexic strengths. She believes it’s time for a paradigm shift away from the current deficit perception of dyslexia. Countless groundbreaking innovations have been “made by dyslexia”.

After knocking on the door of the Schwab Centre at Stanford during Me2We 2019, Rosemary is now facilitating a partnership between Silicon Valley based non profit start up Potentia Institute, and Scottish Enterprise to transform the experience of dyslexic entrepreneurs in Scotland. 

Rosemary is a course facilitator for Stanford LEAD – Customer Experience Design, A Neuroscience Perspective.


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Inspirational LEADERS – Erica Staufert Carvalho
Mar 9 @ 10:25 am – 10:50 am
Inspirational LEADERS - Erica Staufert Carvalho

Erica Staufert Carvalho

Erica was born in Brazil but was raised moving around the world. Today she is living in Zurich, Switzerland, and working full time as a Project Manager. Growing up surrounded by various cultures, she became interested in humanitarian work where today she tries to contribute to the field through working with an NGO, Renctas International.

Growing up, Erica moved around a lot and saw how communities were positively impacted by humanitarian aid. It influenced her on always trying to be a part of those efforts. Through her university years, she contributed and worked with NGOs, such as the International Federation of the Red Cross during the Ebola crisis. After graduation, she received advice to work in business before professionally joining an NGO, to gain as much experience as possible in order to be of strong impact in the humanitarian world. Being a bit impatient, after a few years, she started looking to work pro bono for an NGO. This is how she started working with the NGO Renctas from Brazil with the effort of establishing their partner NGO Renctas International here in Switzerland. During this inspirational talk, she will tell you more about her involvement for a better world.

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Inspirational LEADERS – Patricia Amaro
Mar 9 @ 1:25 pm – 1:50 pm
Inspirational LEADERS - Patricia Amaro

Patricia Amaro

Patricia is the head of ecommerce and digital transformation for Unilever. She started her career in ecommerce and retail companies where she could experience how to use technology to improve business results. In 2012 she joined Unilever Brasil where she encourages people to unlock their potential. Her purpose is to build bridges to the future and she believes she can do it with the creation of new economic and organization models  through awakening people and expansion of networks.

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Inspirational LEADERS – Saul Jeager
Mar 9 @ 4:25 pm – 4:50 pm
Inspirational LEADERS - Saul Jeager

Saul Jaeger

Reaching Out – Reaching In

Saul joined the Mountain View Police Department in 2003, following service in the United States Army and working in private sector management. As a police officer, Saul was assigned to Patrol, Traffic, and as a detective with the FBI Safe Streets Task Force. He also worked collateral positions on the Crisis Negotiations Team (CNT), Peer Counseling, Recruiting, and Youth Services. Following his promotion to Sergeant in 2012, Saul supervised Patrol Teams, the Traffic Unit, was the Public Information Officer and Spokesman for the department and served as a team leader on CNT and Peer Counseling Unit. He was promoted to Police Lieutenant in 2016, providing leadership in Field Operations and serving as a commander for Traffic, the K9 Program, Neighborhood and Event Services, SWAT and CNT, Peer Counseling, and he helped extensively with the initial launch of the department’s Unmanned Aerial Systems program. Saul was promoted to Captain in 2019 commanding the Field Operations Division (all uniformed divisions).

Saul has also been a leader in developing some of the Department’s community engagement strategies, to include the Silicon Valley Beat Podcast. He has supervised every division of the department, including the Emergency Communications Center and is currently the Commander of the Support Operations Division (Investigations and Administration).

Reaching Out – Reaching In

Law Enforcement is experiencing a time like no other. COVID, economic instability, police mistrust, protests and civil unrest, insurrections, violence, vaccine clinics; the list seems to just keep growing.  Never before has there been such a perfect storm of challenges, that each, on their own would be a trial, but combined…there are no words. And there is still “police work” to be done. California specifically is experiencing high and rising rates of property crime, identity theft and violent crimes. Regardless of the reasons or politics around this, crime is still happening. So what do we do now?

This presentation is delivered in two sections, Reaching Out and Reaching In.

The Reaching Out portion highlights the efforts of the Mountain View Police Department (MVPD) and our community during these times – how we are innovating, partnering with and listening to our community with the goal of understanding, clear communication and dialogue. Through a program dubbed MVPDx, community members work with police staff to challenge perspectives, learn, express frustrations and concerns, talk about and develop action items around difficult topics such as use of force, bias, police misconduct, surveillance and racism. The goal of the program is to provide a safe space for dialogue and conversation, it is NOT a program trying to change minds or for the police to talk “at” the community.

The Reaching In portion of the presentation provides information about the innovative programs MVPD is doing to ensure our employees are taken care, heard, valued and always growing, despite the current environment. Robust wellness programs and a strong leadership philosophy based on Servant Leadership and Leader as Coach methodologies will also be highlighted.

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Inspirational LEADERS – Alina Adams
Mar 9 @ 6:25 pm – 6:50 pm
Inspirational LEADERS - Alina Adams

Alina Adams

Alina is a serial entrepreneur and has founded tech companies in the hardware and software spaces. She is a mentor at several organizations, including Global Social Benefit Institute where she helps social entrepreneurs around the globe with scaling their impact. She also works with corporations advising on corporate strategy and social innovation.

For the last 7 years she has been mentoring at Global Social Benefit Institute working with Social Entrepreneurs around the Globe and helping companies to build businesses with positive social impact. she’d love to share her experience with the LEADers, so we can have more businesses with social benefit practices. 

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