DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar
The DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar is a weekly lecture series where entrepreneurial leaders share the lessons of their experience with students, the Stanford community and the public.
Examples of past speakers include:
- Founders of: Google, Facebook, AOL, JetBlue, Instagram, Yahoo!, LinkedIn, Twitter and Zynga
- Venture capitalists: John Doerr, Steve Jurvetson, Vinod Khosla, Mark Suster and Brad Feld
- Executives from market leaders: Cisco, Electronic Arts, HP, NVIDIA, Genentech, Microsoft and Amazon
- Social entrepreneurs from: The Global Fund for Women, Conservation International, Teach for America and Nika Water
- Leading voices on high-tech entrepreneurship: Geoffrey Moore, Guy Kawasaki, Reid Hoffman and Steve Blank
During the academic school year, the course meets every Wednesday from 4:30- 5:30 PM in NVIDIA Auditorium, Huang Engineering Center. To view this quarter's lineup of speakers, visit the DFJ ETL page on the STVP Blog, or download this quarter’s ETL Flyer (PDF, 150 KB). For additional course information, please visit the ETL website.
Stanford Center for Professional Development: Each lecture is available for free via Stanford Online within two hours of the conclusion of the seminar session. In addition, all presentations during the quarter are archived and made available through Stanford Online, iTunes, and STVP’s Entrepreneurship Corner.