A Conversation with Leanne Pittsford

The third and final Legacy Leadership in Practice Event will occur this upcoming Tuesday, May 22nd from 6:00 - 7:30PM with Leanne Pittsford, founder and CEO of Lesbians Who Code.


Our third and final event is on Tuesday, May 22nd from 6:00 - 7:30PM with Leanne Pittsford, founder and CEO of Lesbians Who Code. Dinner will be provided!

If you're interested in attending, please RSVP here. Please email marly@laaf.org with any questions."

Fresh Prints Scholarship

Fresh Prints - is offering a $1,000 scholarship to current freshmen and sophomores at Stanford University. We'd love to hear from students in Stanford Women in Business. We're taking applications until May 31st!

Can you please forward this email to your org? Here's the link to the application itself ... it only takes a few minutes to apply.

Mani.Me Promo

Mani.Me delivers 3D printed nails that are custom fitted for you! We bring together designs from artists around the world, and use cutting edge technologies to make ready-to-wear manicures that you can pop on in minutes. Each purchase of a designed nail set would go towards supporting an artist around the world. Our adhesives are nail safe, so that you can change the designs as often as you like. There's no reason why you should wear boring "work nails" (or plain nails) all week! Treat yourself and a friend by supporting us on Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1020368929/manime-hassle-free-gel-manicures?ref=project_build


Anato Internship



Regenerative body care for people who want pure, socially responsible products whilst reducing their plastic footprint.

ABOUT THE COMPANY Atmospheric CO2 must decrease to 350ppm. Some Governments and Businesses are tackling climate change but not fast enough, leaving it to non-profits, often small

underfunded groups fighting David vs. Goliath battles.

Businesses drive our economy and society, and must work collaboratively doing ‘more good’, not just ‘less bad’. Regenerative perennial agriculture, Tropical forests, educating girls, plant rich diets and renewables are the best approaches to reversing climate change. We must integrate these into the food we eat, the materials we use, and the products we put on our bodies.

The body care industry is 135-Billion dollars. ANATO educates about regenerative agriculture and ocean conservation via consumer products that are healthy and affordable.


This internship will provide an array of learning opportunities across various disciplines: business and finance, marketing, e-commerce & social media, design, production & retail and community relationships.

We except that the intern will use the guidance provided and take initiative were relevant. There is plenty of room for the intern to explore areas of the business that they are most interested in adding value to.


Céline Jennison is an avid water-woman that has been making her own cosmetics since the age of twelve. She graduated from Cornell with a BSc. in Plant Science and went on to pursuing a Masters at University of Oxford in Environmental Change and Management. After traveling around with world sailing, surfing and kiteboarding she discovered a need for multifunctional, plastic-free body care sourced with ingredients from sustainable agriculture.

Céline is co-founder of Plastic Tides, a non-profit that she launched with two classmates whilst a senior at Cornell.



Due to the early-stage, bootstrapped nature of our social enterprise that is mainly fundraising through grants, pitch competitions for cash prizes (and soon a crowdfunding campaign) this internship position is unpaid.

Santa Cruz is a very fun town to be in over the summer, we will lend the intern a bicycle, a

Stand-Up Paddleboard and surfboard to get around and catch some waves after work!

You’ll obviously get a big supply of eco-friendly body care!



Gain first-hand experience working at an early stage start-up with a female entrepreneur

Assist in the exciting launch of a social enterprise recognised as forward-thinking by the United Nations/

Céline is a finalist for this year’s UN Young Champions of the Earth Award.


Build your resume and portfolio

(if you are interested in contributing to the graphic design aspect)



Please send resume & cover letter by May 25th


Please do not hesitate to contact

Tel: +1 607 229 3150 |


for further questions!

Trustar Marketing Intern

Marketing Intern

Reporting & Analysis

Administration of our Hubspot marketing automation platform

Weekly and monthly report generation

Data clean-up and normalization among marketing platforms like Salesforce, HubSpot, Zapier

Strategy & Research

Marketing research and analysis projects such as competitor messaging audits, landing page audits

QA & proofing of various marketing assets and campaigns such as social ads, landing pages, whitepapers

SEO research, analysis, improvement, and reporting

Content Creation

Develop weekly content for social media platforms

Recap key lead-gen activities like webinars and trade shows via company blog

General marketing project management and assistance

Who You Are

Ambitious. You are a motivated marketing student who is willing to punch above your weight and take ownership of projects. This is a great opportunity for student who is looking to build their portfolio.

Data-Driven. You know your way around Microsoft Excel, statistics, and you’re willing to learn more about marketing analytics and KPI measurement.

A Writer At Heart. You enjoy writing and are passionate about generating creative content that resonates with your audience. Good grammar and attention to detail is a must.

Design-Oriented. You take pride in your work. You know how to present marketing content and internal reports to reflect the best side of yourself and your company.

Self-motivated. You know how to get the assignment details you need and then drive a project to its completion with minimal supervision. Organization and project management skills are critical.

Fun-Loving. You take your work seriously, but not yourself - and you have a desire to be a part of a fast-paced, high-energy, start-up experience with a team of diverse, smart and motivated people.


Women Entrepreneurs Summit: Fundraising for Female Founders

Join Mary Kasaris, Regional Managing Director and the First Republic Bank start-up team for a thoughtful discussion on the changing landscape of Fundraising for Female Founders. Learn from a panel of local female insiders on their successes and experiences.



6:00 p.m. - Cocktails and appetizers 

 7:00 p.m. - Panel discussion

8:00 p.m. -  Panelist Q&A and networking


Fundraising for Female Founders Discussion


Mar Hershenson, Pear VC

Leah Busque, Fuel Capital, Co-founder of TaskRabbit

Rohinni Chakravathy, former partner of NEA

moderated by:

Gigi Garza, First Republic Bank

If you have any questions, please contact us at we@firstrepublic.com. 



Boston Consulting Group Coffee Chats

Join us for Stanford Spring Coffee Chats
Friday, May 11th
Coupa Café – Green Library 
Please sign up for a timeslot here

We'd like to invite you to sign up for a coffee chat on campus on Friday, May 11th, 2018. During coffee chats, you will have the opportunity to speak with a BCG Representative about why we think BCG is a great place to work! Please be sure to sign up for a timeslot.


If you're interested in a 2019 internship position, we ask that you opt into our Associate Summer Outreach Survey. Upon opting in you will receive tips on the recruiting process, exciting updates on BCG, and more information on the role Associates play on case teams.


Additionally, we encourage you to mark your calendars for the BCG Fall Connection event on Wednesday, September 26th. More details will come out closer to the date and we hope to see you there! 



Kind regards,


The Boston Consulting Group

Stanford Management Company Info Session

Are you interesting in learning more about Stanford Management Company and its recruiting process?  Join members of the investment team for a casual dinner on our outdoor patio and learn about our summer internship program and full-time analyst recruiting.


Please RSVP here.


Hosted by Stanford Management Company


Altamont Capital Partners Info Sessions

Class of 2019, 2020, and 2021

Altamont Capital Partners (ACP), a leading private equity firm based in Palo Alto, CA, would

like to invite those interested in learning more about our full time Analyst program (class of 2019

members) and our 10 week summer internship programs for summer 2019 (class of 2020 & 2021

members) to attend one of our “meet and greet” events with ACP investment professionals


Founded in 2010, and now with over $2B in capital, we are focused on investing in change-

intensive middle market businesses. This is a unique opportunity to chat with investment staff

in a casual context and learn more about what we do. Please RSVP to recruiting@altamontcapital.com by the date listed below for additional information. We kindly ask that you attach a current resume, including your summer 2018 experience, to your RSVP.

San Francisco

Date: Thursday, August 2nd

Time: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: Prospect Restaurant 300 Spear Street, San Francisco

RSVP: Please send resume to recruiting@altamontcapital.com no later than Monday, July 30th New York

Date: Thursday, August 9th

Time: 6:30pm– 8:00pm

Location: PWC Offices, 300 Madison Avenue, NYC


RSVP: Please send resume to recruiting@altamontcapital.com no later than Friday, August 3rd

You will be required to show I.D. and to have pre-registered for the event.

Palo Alto

Date: Friday, August 17th

Time: 5:00- 6:30pm

Location: Altamont Capital Partners, 400 Hamilton Ave, Suite 230, Palo Alto

RSVP: Please send resume to recruiting@altamontcapital.com

no later than Monday, August 13th

Dress is business casual. Light hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be served

. Formal recruiting for our 2019 Analyst Class and summer intern programs will begin in the Fall of 2018, in accordance with your school’s career center guidelines. Questions can be sent to recruiting@altamontcapital.com


JP Morgan Networking Reception


We will be hosting a Networking Reception at Stanford to meet interesting and diverse minds from all different backgrounds and majors. This event will provide you with key insights into our 2019 summer internship opportunities, as well as the interview process. You will also have the opportunity to network with J.P. Morgan employees. Light food and refreshments will be served. See details below! 

Explore Opportunities in Finance – A Night of Networking with J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.

Date: Monday, May 14th
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: The Faculty Club, Red Lounge Room
Register: http://tinyurl.com/y9p9lgmh 

Feel free to share with the your contacts on campus! If you have any questions, please let us know. 

We hope to see you there! 
The JPMorgan Chase Campus Recruitment Team

Cardinal Ventures Application


Build your company with Cardinal Ventures!

At Cardinal Ventures, we’re passionate about supporting student founders with disruptive ideas. We provide our founders with mentorship, access to resources, and a network of diverse investors and 160+ Cardinal Ventures alumni founders. Since 2015, we’ve graduated over 70 companies who have raised $17M+ in funding and have gone on to join accelerators like YCombinator, StartX, TechStars, Sequoia Summer, and more. Our founders represent Stanford’s immense talent at all levels – undergraduate, graduate, post-doc and alumni. We are looking for passionate founders to join our community this winter!


Interested in joining us?

Apply Here by May 18th


Women Entrepreneurs in Sustainability

Keynote: Fireside Chat with Kat Taylor and Joan Salwen

Kat Taylor (JD/MBA) works towards a more equitable and inclusive world by championing social justice and environmental well-being through the advocacy of good money, good food, and good energy. She is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Beneficial State Bank.

Joan Salwen led two successful careers before founding Elm Innovations, a social venture partnering with farmers to nearly eliminate methane emissions from cattle digestion. She was a Managing Director at Accenture and then the Head of a college-prep girls' school.

Panel: Moderated by Stacey Bent, Director, TomKat Center

Kaitlyn Albertoli, Buzz Solutions

Sonia Baltodano, ScrapWorks

Etosha Cave, Opus12


WHEN: Thursday, May 17, 3pm-4:30pm

WHERE: Hewlett Teaching Center #200

370 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305

Network reception immediately following.

RSVP at: tomcat.stanford.edu/women



McKinsey New Ventures - Cyber Solutions

McKinsey New Ventures – Cyber Solutions

What do companies do in the event of an attack? How do we prevent clients from being attacked? Come learn how McKinsey’s Cyber Solutions does this for clients. 

Play a mock war-game and learn how we use decisions to problem solve. 

Join us on Friday, May 11 at 10am to learn more

Peerspace (536 Ramona St. Palo Alto, CA, 94301)

Learn more here: Cyber Solutions

Moelis 2019 Investment Banking Summer Analyst

The applications for the Moelis 2019 Investment Banking Summer Analyst Program are live!  We will be accepting applications for all of the below offices and interviews will take place on a rolling basis.  Please apply via the below links if you wish to be considered for the program.

2019 Summer Analyst, Investment Banking – Boston

2019 Summer Analyst, Investment Banking – Chicago

2019 Summer Analyst, Investment Banking – Los Angeles

2019 Summer Analyst, Investment Banking – New York

2019 Summer Analyst, Investment Banking – San Francisco

Thanks so much and we look forward to reviewing your application.


Demystifying the Business Side of Tech: Words from Google

At Stanford, we often hear about the role of engineering at tech companies, but we aren’t as exposed to the business side: marketing, sales, HR, and more.

On May 8, four Google leaders (all Stanford alumni!) will join us to share their experiences and career journeys in a guided panel and open Q&A.


Eva Hung, Director of AdWords Product Marketing

Andy Miller, Managing Director, Global Search Ads

Benjamin Jones, Senior Counsel

Shawn Salmon, Director of People Operations


WHEN: Tues, May 8 6:30-8 pm

WHERE: Friedenrich Hall, Hillel

RSVP: http://bit.do/swib-biztech



Co-sponsored by SWIB and MINT Magazine

Monday, May 14 (Week 7) @ 5:00 PM, Hillel (Kehillah Hall)
REGISTER: https://www.getwiththetimes.com/



The New York Times presents GET WITH THE TIMES, a new event series bringing students together to discuss vital issues that face the world today. May's event is GENERATION UNSTOPPABLE with award-winning journalist, media personality and the former editor in chief of Teen Vogue ELAINE WELTEROTH, in conversation with New York Times gender editor Jessica Bennett.

Elaine brought social consciousness to the pages of Teen Vogue, and broke new ground as youngest person and the second African-American ever to hold the editor in chief title in Condé Nast’s 107-year history. She’s now a leading expert, advocate and voice for the next generation of change makers.



Stanford will be hosting a livestream of the event taking place at Hofstra University. Join us for a viewing party with New York Times giveaways and FREE FOOD! REGISTER HERE!

Fail Safe: Challenging Your Identity in Professional Decision Making

Close out Spring Quarter with actionable advice from Alfonso Pulido at “Fail Safe: Challenging Your Identity in Professional Decision Making” on Tuesday, May 15th


Join STVP in the Shriram Tea Room from 5:30- 7 p.m. Dinner, beverages, and networking will conclude the event!

If you haven’t already reserved your seat, please do so here: bit.ly/SpringSparks

GSBGEN 370 Power of You: Women and Leadership

"Throughout the quarter, Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen's Spring course GSBGEN 370 Power of You: Women & Leadership, a course the seeks to elevate the female voice first and encourage students to build a leadership platform that empowers others, will be hosting several Legacy Leadership in Practice events on campus with industry leaders. Our second event is on Tuesday, May 8th from 12:00 - 1:00PM in P-102 with Katherine August-deWilde, former President and current Vice Chair of First Republic Bank. Sweet treats will be provided!


If you're interested in attending, please RSVP here. Please email marly@laaf.org with any questions."

Women of Impact Gala

Stanford Women in Business is proud to celebrate the incredible undergraduate women who contribute to our campus at our third annual Women of Impact Awards. From pre-professional organizations to performing arts, athletics to academics, and everything in between, we want to recognize outstanding women from every field.


 Nominate an undergraduate woman leader! 

Nominate your peers here


Selected nominees will be featured on the Stanford Women of Impact Facebook page and honored at the Women of Impact Awards Gala.


Who is eligible? Any undergraduate student who identifies as a woman and is not in SWIB is eligible for nomination! 



Thank you so much in advance for your nominations and please don't hesitate to reach out to Sophie Hamilton at sophieh@stanford.edu if you have any questions!