Jill Asher Jill is a co-founder of the Magical Bridge Foundation and super connector who brings together communities to create ‘Magic’
Olenka Villarreal Founder of the world’s first Magical Bridge Playground in Palo Alto and co-founder of the Magical Bridge Foundation, Olenka is a tireless advocate for children and families of all ages and abilities. Olenka has a deep empathy for the perspectives of others that makes her a genius at designing and developing inviting spaces for individuals who experience the world in many different ways.
Rod Hsiao Rod Hsiao is a Trustee of the San Mateo County Board of Education and the Founder of InPlay, the technology platform that is closing the opportunity gap by connecting all families with great out of school activities.
Dan Doherty Dan is Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Washington and one of the top researchers studying Joubert syndrome and other hindbrain malformations and neurodevelopmental disorders. In his clinical work, Dan cares for children with all types of central nervous system abnormalities.
Eunyun Park Eunyun serves as head of data & analytics at Bersin by Deloitte where she pioneers new ways of helping organizations become more effective by increasing the meaningful connections between and among staff and clients.
Greg Wolff After leading R&D efforts in information technology and services, Greg founded the UnaMesa Association to drive community-based innovations in healthcare, education, and social services through new approaches to valuing interactions and assessing social impact.
Margarita Quihuis Margarita is a social entrepreneur and co-founder and director of the Peace Innovation Lab at Stanford University working to develop new models of collaboration and wealth creation.
Sarah Shannon Sharon is the Executive Director of the Hesparian Health Guides and has been bringing relevant, reliable, and accessible health information to communities around the globe for more than 30 years.
Victor Colunga Victor is an accomplished CFO and a principal at the Financial Leadership Group that provides critical expertise and support to help organizations achieve their strategic goals and navigate difficult operational, financial and accounting challenges.
Karen Sobel Lojeski Karen is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Technology and Society at Stony Brook University. Her research focuses on how technology impacts human relationships and her award-winning Virtual Distance Model has been adopted by thousands of employers in organizations worldwide.