Saving lives and livelihoods: Silicon Valley in the Post COVID-19 World 网络研讨会
Event time: 04/30/2020. 12:00pm(PST) CBSI invites you to join the panel of Silicon Valley (SV) experts and thought leaders to reflect on the world's #1 entrepreneurial ecosystem's evolution and transformation amid the global pandemic and economic upheaval the global economy is now facing. What SV businesses have done to flight the spread of the pandemic COVID-19 virus? Can the Valley maintain and even strengthen its lead position? Is the SV bubble now finally bursting for good with companies and jobs exiting in search of "warmer climates"? What are the unique features of the Valley's resilience and ingenuity that will continue to power its success and save millions of jobs? Panelists: Brett Bonthron VP Office of Innovation, Salesforce Gery Gutnik, Product Lead, Facebook Hope Lewis, CEO/Co-Founder, MORE Health Inc Speakers Bios: Brett Bonthron serves as Vice President and Member of the Strategic Transformation Team at the Office of Innovation in Salesforce and previously served as Strategy Managing Director at Monitor Deloitte and held management and partner positions at Microsoft, Chasm Institute, and TCG Advisors. Mr. Bonthron also teaches entrepreneurship and marketing courses at the University of San Francisco (USF) School of Management. Gery Gutnik is currently the Product Leader at Facebook and held senior product management positions in Eventbrite and eBay. He is extremely passionate about solving customer problems and creating new, innovative products. Mr. Gutnick is also a member of the adjunct faculty at the University of San Francisco (USF) School of Management teaching courses in product management, product development, and strategy. Hope Lewis is the Co-Founder and CEO of MORE Health Inc., a non-profit organization, delivering medical service to U.S. companies and private clients worldwide. MORE Health trains instructors to deliver free interactive health education lessons to students in partnership with school districts. Prior to MORE Health, Ms. Lewis served as an In-House Counsel for the Chinachem Group and for the AOL-Lenovo joint venture. Hope has served on CBSI Advisory board for five years.