Speaker Date Topic
Joseph Desimone, Exec Chair, Co-Founder, Carbon Nov 02, 2020
Novel ways of 3-D Printing

Joseph Desimone, Executive Chairman & Co-Founder, Carbon, speaking on Novel ways of 3-D Printing

Harold McGee, Award-winning Author Nov 09, 2020
Nose Dive: a Field Guide to the World's Smells

Harold McGee, Award-winning Author 

Nose Dive: a Field Guide to the World's Smells

Raj Mathai, News Anchor, NBC Bay Area Nov 16, 2020
From the Anchor Desk, Behind the Scenes

Raj Mathai, News Anchor, NBC Bay AreaTen-time Emmy award winner Raj Mathai is the weeknight news anchor for NBC Bay Area. Raj anchors the nightly 5 pm, 6 pm and 11 pm News and is among the Bay Area's most well-known journalists. He joined KNTV in 1998 as Sports Director and transitioned to primary news anchor in 2011.Raj grew up on the Peninsula and graduated from Los Altos High School. He went on to graduate from San Diego State University with a degree in journalism and political science. Before arriving at NBC Bay Area, he worked for NBC stations in Fresno, San Diego, and Arizona. In 1995, Raj became the country's first Indian sportscaster. Prior to his career in television, Raj served as a public relations assistant for the San Diego Chargers for five seasons. He was part of the Giants broadcast team (2008-2012) with Jon Miller and Mike Krukow during NBC Bay Area telecasts of the Giants. He is a regular guest instructor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Raj was born in Trivandrum, India.

He has reported on-location from the Olympics in London, Vancouver, Turin, Athens and Salt Lake City. Raj is among the handful of people in the world to have run the Olympic Torch three times (1996, 2002 and 2008). 

 

 

 

 

Catherine Martineau, Executive Director of Canopy Nov 23, 2020
Urban Trees

Catherine Martineau, Executive Director of Canopy

3 Long time member talks Nov 30, 2020
Personal talks

3 Long time members will talk about their backgrounds and let newer members and all members get to know them better.

Amb. Michael McFaul, Director FSI, Stanford U Dec 07, 2020
Great Power Competition

Michael McFaul is a leading expert on Russia, American foreign policy, and democratic development around the world. A former U.S. Ambassador to Russia, appointed by President Obama, McFaul is currently a Professor of political science at Stanford University, Director of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies and the Peter and Helen Bing Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution. Ambassador McFaul will be speaking about a new book he is writing on the topic of Great Power Competition.

 

Gunn High School Choir Dec 14, 2020
Holiday Program

Bill Liberatore, Director, Gunn High School Choir

No Meeting - DARK Dec 21, 2020
Holidays
No Meeting - DARK Dec 28, 2020
Holidays
Joan Ryan, Journalist and Author Jan 11, 2021
Intangibles: Unlocking the Science and Soul of Team Chemistry

Joan Ryan, Journalist and Author

Intangibles: Unlocking the Science and Soul of Team Chemistry

Joan Hibbing, Professor, U. of Nebraska-Lincoln Jan 18, 2021
The Securitarian Personality: What Really Motivates Trump's Base; Why It Matters for Post-Trump Era

Joan Hibbing, Professor, Political Science, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

The Securitarian Personality: What Really Motivates Trump's Base and Why It Matters for the Post-Trump Era

James Eggers, Director, Loma Prieta, Sierra Club Jan 25, 2021
Equity and dInclusion at Sierra Club and Elsewhere

James Eggers, Director, Loma Prieta Chapter, Sierra Club

Equity and dInclusion at Sierra Club and Elsewhere

Stanford U. President Marc Tessier-Lavigne Feb 08, 2021

Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne

No Meeting - DARK Feb 15, 2021
Presidents Day