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Michael Sesko

Michael is a Manager of Corporate Strategy at The Climate Corporation, a company that aims to protect and improve farmers operations through the application of data science. Prior to joining The Climate Corporation, Michael led Environmental Strategy at Woolf Farming & Processing, a diversified and integrated grower/processor in the Central Valley of California. Previously, Michael co-founded Encendia Biochar, a company that developed carbon-based soil amendments for the horticulture market. He began his career in equity research covering the Food sector for Prudential Equity Group and JPMorgan. Michael has a B.A. in Economics from Colby College, an M.B.A. from the Yale School of Management and a Masters in Environmental Management (M.E.M.) from the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies.

Nan Krafft

Nan is Head of Product Supervision at Crisis Text Line. As a health care ecosystem specialist, Nan offers a unique and valuable perspective to individuals, non-profit organizations and companies working on health care issues, products and investments. Nan hold a MS in Health Policy and a BA in Public Health and Health Economics. She is also a clinical care provider with experience working as a Registered Nurse (RN) and Remote Medical Provider (RMAP) in the United States (UCSF & UWMC), West Africa and in Haiti.  Through her work,  Nan aims to better shape health promoting environments and technologies, and to ameliorate the economic, ethical and social impacts of heath disparity.

 

Nick Cain

Nick is a Program Manager at Google.org. Nick helps Google support innovative non-profits that are using technology to address social problems at scale. Before joining Google, Nick spent time at FundWell, a startup that matches small businesses to financing, and he was the first employee at Vittana, a non-profit that pioneered the development of a student loan product for the microfinance market. Nick's work at Vittana took him to 11 countries in Latin America and Africa. Nick has an MBA with honors from the Berkeley-Haas School of Business, where he was Co-Chair of the Global Social Venture Competition, and he graduated with a BA in American Studies from Columbia University.

 

Mike Cahill

Mike Cahill is the General Counsel and Director of Business Development for iota.io, an IoT based technology company in Los Angeles, California. Mike is an attorney licensed to practice law in California State and Federal courts. Prior to his current role at iota.io, Mike was an associate attorney with Michelman & Robinson LLP., and Jones, Bell, Abbott, Fleming & Fitgerald, LLP. Mike has represented large financial institutions, hospitals, and businesses across Southern California in a wide range of litigation and corporate transactions. During law school Mike clerked for the Justice Department in the U.S. Embassy in London, England and the Constitutional Court of Uganda in Kampala. Mike has a B.A. in Politics from Occidental College, and a J.D. from the Pepperdine University School of Law. He currently lives in Newport Beach, California.

 

Hannah Erickson

Hannah is a Development Officer at Silicon Valley Community Foundation. Prior to joining SVCF, Hannah served as the founder and principal at Adaptive Philanthropy, a strategy consultancy that supported donors, foundations and aid groups in identifying impact goals and evaluating charitable programs. Before Adaptive Philanthropy, Hannah served as the program manager for Imagine H2O, worked as an analyst for the American Carbon Registry and the World Wildlife Fund, where she focused on international carbon policy and supply chain optimization. Hannah holds a master's degree from the University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment, where she was awarded the Glancy Climate Innovation Prize, and a bachelor's from Whittier College.