Maeve Richard

Maeve Richard

Maeve Richard is Assistant Dean and Director of the Career Management Center (CMC) at Stanford University Graduate School of Business. She directs a staff of 24 in equipping and empowering nearly 1000 graduate students and hundreds of alumni annually in their pursuit of career and life aspirations. She is accountable for designing and delivering the CMC's career advising, employer engagement, job postings platforms, and career education events, services, and resources. Prior to joining Stanford, Maeve served in a series of executive and management positions overseeing finance, relationship management, human resources, information technology, program management, operations, change management, and corporate finance in various companies, including McAfee, Sun Microsystems, Levi Strauss & Co., JPMorgan and SRI International.

Maeve earned an MBA from Stanford and a B.A. with high honors in Political Economy from the University of California at Berkeley. She was a Youth for Understanding exchange student to Germany and a Rotary Foundation Graduate Fellow at the Universitat Heidelberg and has served on multiple boards. Her favorite quote is “be yourself, everyone else is already taken” Oscar Wilde.

Jacki Carr

Jacki Carr

Jacki Carr is a goal coach, writer, motivational speaker and Mama. She is the co-founder of Rock Your Bliss, a transformation company with a mission to bring your intentions to action. As a leader in transformation, her coaching style includes real + honest conversations and true connection to your most powerful and whole self. She has her Lightyear Leadership certification, her 200hr Yoga Teacher Certification, and Gems of Excellence Level 1 & 2 certifications.  Jacki has worked with companies such as Patagonia, lululemon and NIKE on leadership and culture. She believes in a World where we all truly belong and each and every one of us has unique gifts to contribute. 

You can find Jacki in Evergreen, Colorado hiking with her man, little girl Evi, and two pups all over the Rocky Mountains.

Dr. Brandy Hodgson

Dr. Brandy Hodgson

Brandy is a leadership coach, an adventurer, a scholar, an outdoor guide, a potter, and a mom. Brandy holds a Masters of Education in Instructional Leadership, a Ph.D. in Educational Studies and Human Resource Studies, and a Coaching and Leadership certification from the CTI. She is the principal of Venture Forth and the co-founder of Spring Creek Leadership and Team Development. Both companies are designed to create evocative, high-impact, experiential leadership workshops, team development sessions, and coaching experiences.

Brandy has led a variety of national and international seminars and workshops, partnering with corporations, federal agencies, and university executive education and MBA programs. Her mission is to help people discover the best in themselves and then ‘Venture Forth’, with courage and passion, to affect positive change in the world as individuals and within partnerships, teams, and organizations.

Lindsay Roselle

Lindsay Roselle

Lindsay is an entrepreneur, yoga teacher, strategist and mama. She is the founder of Mindstream Yoga in Fort Collins, CO and the co-founder of Women& Inc, a leadership development company on a mission to foster the collective success of women through connection with other women. She also works as a strategy consultant for MINDBODY Online.

Lindsay is an expert at leading conversations about vision, mapping the path to making it happen, and setting out a concrete and actionable strategy for getting it done. Her coaching focuses on how to grow the impact of your life, brand and business by exploring your goals, telling your stories, and creating original content to share with the world. She believes in doing the work while remaining accountable to your self-care...and always looking up at the stars on a clear night. You’ll find Lindsay in Fort Collins, CO with her man RT, their son Sawyer, and their 3 dogs.

Cathy Chen-Rennie

Cathy Chen-Rennie

Pre-Google, Cathy had managed plenty of people and projects, but a leadership class at CCL.org (thanks, Google!) catapulted her to a new vision of how to lead—and how to cope with burn-out (her own included).  

An executive coach then demo-ed the value of an ‘outside opinion,’ leading Cathy to greater insight and peak performance. But, how did a coach who was NOT involved in tech—or the product itself—galvanize her to get such stellar results? And what would happen if that coaching process were married to an insider’s intimate knowledge of the exact stresses tech teams face? Cathy saw she’d rather coach than manage. Facilitating a leadership camp for engineers was next ... and the rest is history. New vocation? Found!

She’s facilitated myriad classes and learning opportunities for tech execs, engineers, and product and program managers. She’s also started and sold a couple of businesses. Now, she marries impeccable hands-on geek cred with up-to-the-minute, research-backed, organizational theory (group dynamics from a systems perspectives, organizational change, executive coaching, and the ever-popular—because ever-necessary—managing conflict in organizations.)

Cathy’s working style is jargon-free. And she’s not “touchy-feely”—just a great listener who asks the questions you didn’t even know you were afraid to ask yourself. All her hard-core technical skills and psychological savvy combine to ensure just one thing. Results. 

Dawn Todd

Dawn Todd

Dawn is a coach, speaker and author and the founder of Wildly Successful Women.  She connects consciousness and cash so her clients are incredibly productive, have deep inner peace, and amplify profit. With over 25 years as an entrepreneur and executive business coach, Dawn has grown her own organization to over 8,500 members and brings a deep understanding of flow energy alongside grounded business practices.

Dawn's stellar list of partners include Country Financial, Microsoft, American Express, Napoleon Hill Foundation, Rockies Venture Club, Angel Capital Summit, eWomenNetwork, and Constant Contact

Jordan Rogers

Jordan Rogers

Jordan Rogers is a training specialist at Viasat, a global communications company. Her team recently launched a call center in Denver which included training each of the agents for the job.  Jordan was trained at the Broadmoor, a five-star hotel in Colorado Springs, where she realized her love for training others. Her passion for traveling the world lead to a semester abroad in southern France and traveling throughout the US and Mexico to train new employees at Viasat. Jordan is a Colorado native, a negotiation master, and a proud alumna of the Colorado State University business school.