Runway is designed to bring the energy and dialogue around social justice, equity, and inclusion on our campus directly to alumni and parents, providing you with runways to be change-makers at work, as volunteers, and at home with friends and family.
2021 Runway Lecture with Aaron Tartakovsky '08, co-founder and CEO of Epic Cleantec
A Journey from Politics to Plumbing:
Stewarding Our Most Precious Resource
JOIN US to learn how we as individuals can influence government to steward our most precious natural resource, and ensure everyone has access to clean water
- 11:00 Doors open
- 12:00 Lunch
- 12:30 Program begins
Friday, November 12
Downtown Olympic Club
524 Post Street, San Francisco
$50 or FREE for members of our community who work in social justice professionally
Questions? Contact Marianna Stark '89, director of alumni engagement and giving
415-407-8743 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Past Runway Lecture Speakers
2020 Louise Aronson MD, MFA ’81; Cynthia Brown MSN '91, SB '87; Jeffrey Hom MD, MPH, MSHP '00; Tomás Magaña, MD, MA, FAAP '82; moderated by Jen Rogers '91: Advancing Health Equity in the Time of Covid-19, a conversation with four distinguished alums who work in public health. Click here to watch the video of the event.
2019 Lareina Yee '91, P '21: Our topic is the power of inclusion at work, raising awareness on the subject of implicit bias in the workplace. From small slights to overt racism or sexism, we will explore the practices that help bring the best out of yourself, your team and community. No matter what your role, leading with inclusion matters.Determined to win the war for talent and gender parity, Lareina leads Women in the Workplace, a research partnership with LeanIn.org and the Wall Street Journal. She is also chief diversity and inclusion officer for McKinsey, and member of the global partnership service team.
2018 Louise (Davis) Langheier '99, Co-Founder and CEO of Peer Health Exchange, established in 2003. PHE’s mission is to empower young people with the knowledge, skills, and resources to make healthy decisions. They do this by training college students to teach a skills-based health curriculum in under-resourced high schools across the country.
2017 Ian Haney López is the Earl Warren Professor of Public Law at the University of California, Berkeley, and the author of Dog Whistle Politics: How Coded Racial Appeals Have Reinvented Racism and Wrecked the Middle Class. Haney Lopez forcefully connects the growing racial divisions in society and the surging wealth inequality that hurts everyone. Haney Lopez is an engaging educator who has spoken at the Aspen Foundation, Commonwealth Club, National Press Club, and more. He spoke with University High School students following the election in November, 2016.
Aaron Tartakovsky '08, co-founder and CEO of Epic Cleantec