Board of Directors
Shuo Chen, General Partner of IOVC & Agile VC, CEO of Shinect (Silicon Valley-based non-profit community of 5,000+ engineers passionate about entrepreneurship), and Advisory Board Member of Yale School of Medicine's Center for Digital Health & Innovation. She is also a Lecturer at UC Berkeley and Faculty at Singularity University. In her venture role, Shuo has invested in companies now acquired by Goldman Sachs, Ford, Caterpillar, Binance, and Dialpad. She has also helped 50+ startups globalize and expand into new markets, providing software for clients including Amazon, Apple, Google, Mercedes-Benz, NASA, and Unilever among others. Prior, Shuo worked at Goldman Sachs in investment banking, where she worked with clients including Alibaba and Tencent, as well as represented the firm on the Board of Women in Finance. Before that, Shuo was at PwC, where she worked on Google’s $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola and LinkedIn’s $119 million acquisition of SlideShare. Shuo has also co-authored a book on financial regulations published by Cambridge University Press in 2019.
Keith Enright serves as Google’s Chief Privacy Officer and leads the global privacy legal team. He joined Google in March 2011. He has more than 20 years of experience in creating and implementing programs for privacy, data stewardship, and information risk management. Prior to joining Google, Keith served as the senior-most privacy executive at two Fortune 500 online and offline retail enterprises, as a senior consultant for a leading global consulting practice, and as General Counsel for a privately held advertising technology company. Keith has been a featured speaker discussing online privacy and related subjects on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, CNN, NPR Talk of the Nation, and other major media outlets. He has been a guest speaker at Harvard Law School, Stanford Law School, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and is frequently featured at industry events focusing on technology, privacy, and data protection. Keith serves on the Board of Directors of Zoom Information, Inc., and previously served a 5-year term on the Board of Directors of the International Association of Privacy Professionals. He is NACD Directorship Certified by the National Association of Corporate Directors, is a member of the Maryland Bar, and holds the Certified Information Privacy Professional certification from the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Mike Grandinettihen was an early team member and CXO of 8 prior VC-backed tech startups. Two went public on the NASDAQ and all 7 were subsequently acquired by large strategics including ATT, IBM, Iron Mountain, Oracle, Symantec, and Synopsys. He co-led an IPO roadshow and a subsequent secondary roadshow with institutional investors on Wall Street in NYC, the City in London, and in the financial capitals of Switzerland, Luxembourg, France, Milan, Sweden, Denmark, Boston, Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco, LA, and Minneapolis.
In his 8th, and most recent VC -backed enterprise tech startup, his company won the Frost & Sullivan annual global innovation award, was covered very favorably by both Gartner and Forrester in their published research, and was named Startup of the Year in the data storage, management, and protection space by in Network World, and startup of the Year for Cybersecurity by Fortress. Mike’s marketing team won the first-ever Marketing Technology global “Stackie” award for its use of its Hubspot – centric marketing technology stack and its innovative organizational design. He’s been a part of management teams that have cumulatively raised over $1B USD in venture and public equity capital.
William Allison is the Chief Technology Officer at the University of California at Berkeley. He leads the University's cloud strategy, IT architecture, and standards for the Berkeley campus and helps effect change broadly across the UC system. His portfolio includes the University's cloud computing, mobility, content and collaboration, web publishing, business process automation, technology accessibility for people with disabilities, and enterprise integration services (such as the campus API service). Bill serves nationally through participation in the Common Solutions Group and EDUCAUSE. He has been an ECAR expert on mobile computing, a reviewer for the EDUCAUSE Review, the Chair of the Enterprise IT Leadership Conference, and served on the 2015 EDUCAUSE National Conference committee. He attended Yale University where he received his B.A.
Christyna Serrano has over ten years of curriculum and program design experience collaborating with, developing, and managing thought leaders and Subject Matter Experts to produce and deliver dynamic, interactive, and transformative learning experiences and educational solutions (in-person and online).
Her specialties include:
E-Learning and hybrid learning engagements design including synchronous and asynchronous, in-person and online learning methodologies + the Incorporation of active, project-based, and experiential learning methodologies and pedagogical best practices
DE&I and Anti-Racism Training & Coaching for Organizations (clients have included education, health, and technology organizations)
SME, Faculty, & Technical Practioner Development ("productization" of thought leadership, e.g., courses, workshops, talks, whitepapers, and other publications, frameworks, tools, and playbooks)-
Global SME Community & Network Relationship Management
Executive & University Educator, Educator-Trainer, and Facilitator
Qualitative Research Expert (Ethnographic & Participatory Action Research methodologies, Qualitative Content Analysis, Policy & Implementation Analysis; highly skilled in survey methods, and facilitation of stakeholder interview and focus group methodologies)