2020 SVLLS Summit

2013 SVLLS

Silicon Valley Leadership Summit, A Community of Leaders The Leadership Summit brings together leaders in business, government, education, and industry, plus selected MBA students, for a one-day conference at the Stanford Faculty Club at Stanford University. Attendees learn first hand from successful entrepreneurs, executives and political leaders what it takes to survive and succeed.

We are honored to announce the 11th Annual Silicon Valley Latino Leadership Summit (SVLLS) on May 16, 2020. After 10 memorable years of hosting SVLLS at Stanford University, we have moved our event to the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. This new venue will allow us to accommodate additional participants in a setting that pays tribute to the tech origins of Silicon Valley. Attendees will also have the opportunity to view portions of the museum during breaks. Our theme this year is “Building a Culture of Leadership – It’s Time/Es Tiempo”. In order to transform Silicon Valley to a place where its leadership reflects the region’s demographic diversity, a culture of leadership must have inclusion as a core value. When all contributors feel empowered to seek mentorship, offer suggestions, and innovate solutions, organizations transform themselves and potentially their industries. Organizations that understand leadership as the characteristic of many instead of the few retain talent, attract new talent, and enhance their mission. At the summit, speakers and panelists will examine how they have experienced and built cultures of leadership, along with strategies for making inclusion a central value in organizational culture.

Agenda:
8:00 Registration & Light Continental Breakfast
9:00 Welcome: Frank Carbajal, Founder, Es Tiempo, LLC & SVLLS
9:05 Opening Keynote: Dr. Jose Morey, Chief Medical Innovation Officer, Liberty BioSecurity, LLC
9:35 Sponsor Spotlight, Union Bank, Silver Sponsor
9:40 Networking Break 9:55 Sponsor Spotlight: Microsoft, Silver Sponsor

10:00 Morning Plenary: Defining Cultural Leadership
Moderator:
Ivonne Valdes, Sales Vice President, Cloud & Service Provider Segment, Schneider Electric
Panelists:

  • Josue Estrada, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Salesforce
  • Sophia Garcia, Executive Director, Community Affairs & Government Relations, Verizon
  • Joseph Gutierrez, Managing Director, Community Lending & Industry Relations, Union Bank
  • Lucy Mangas, Director, Solution Sales Modern Workplace, Microsoft

11:10 Sponsor Spotlight: TBD
11:15 Pioneer Leadership Award, Silvina Moschini, Co-founder & President, SheWorks!
11:35 Lunch & Networking
12:25 Non-Profit Spotlight: Valley Verde
12:30 Luncheon Discussion:
Why Emerging Latino Leaders Will Define the Future
Moderator:
Angel Chavez, CIMA, Vice President, Corporate Client Director, Family Wealth Director, Morgan Stanley
Panelists:

  • Jesse Betancourt, Business Analyst, Sales Operations, Oracle Oriana Branon (Camacho), Director of Community and Public Relations Bay Area, Alaska Airlines
  • Ricardo Garcia, Staff Software Engineer and Technical Lead, Sound Amplifier Project, Google
  • Michelle Rodriguez, Invest Strategy Lead, Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging, LinkedIn

1:15 Lifetime Leadership Award, Rudy Beserra, Former Vice President, Latin Affairs, Coca-Cola Company
1:35 Visionary Leadership Award, Jorge A. Plasencia, Co-Founder, Chairman & CEO, Republica Havas
1:55 Coffee & Networking Break
2:10 Trailblazer Leadership Award, Monica Gil, Chief Marketing Officer & Executive Vice President, NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises
2:30 SVLLS Young Latinx Scholars Recognition (Ivy League Project & Salinas Valley Dream Academy Collaborative)
2:40 Sponsor Spotlight: TBD
2:45 Networking Break
3:00 Closing Keynote Speaker: Simon Silva, Creativity Crusader, Artist, Speaker & Author
3:30 Private Reception hosted by EsTiempo, LLC Speakers and times are subject to change.

For sponsorship packages, please contact Frank Carbajal at Frank@estiempo.com, or 408-406-9672ed in today’s world. The summit is designed to inspire and suggest innovative changes needed for future Latino generations to succeed.

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