Suneil is the Chief of Staff to Founder & CEO of Run for America based in New York City. Run for America (RFA) is a citizen-powered movement to reimagine politics, reinvigorate government, and restore the promise of America for the 21st century. They strategically recruit, train, and work to elect a new generation of leaders who are committed to a solutions-first, future-focused, and innovative approach to tackling the major national challenges. With cutting-edge campaigns and dynamic candidates, they aim to expand the electorate to win elections and build a lasting grassroots network of supporters across the country and political spectrum. Previously, Suneil was a Strategy Consultant in Accenture's Corporate Strategy/M&A practice focused on Strategy work across industries. Prior to Accenture, Suneil had experience in Business Development & Management at UBS Global Asset Management. He is proficient in Japanese (written and spoken), conversational in Hindi, and has lived and worked in the US, Japan and China. Suneil graduated from Northwestern University with a B.A. in Economics and Political Science, and a minor in Japanese Language and Culture. He also spent a quarter abroad, studying at Sciences Po in Paris. During his time at Northwestern, he was a project manager for Students Consulting for Nonprofit Organizations (SCNO).Suneil attended high school in Tokyo, Japan and Shanghai, China
James Keene is the current City Manager of Palo Alto, California. He formerly served as the City Manager of Berkley California and Tucson Arizona and as the County Manager of Coconino County in Arizona. Throughout his career in public service, he has always been passionate about sustainability, community building, civic engagement, and innovation to positively transform local governments. Local government official that champions data-transparency to help build smarter cities.
What would happen if space and space exploration were as open and accessible as the internet? Ariel Waldman, the founder of SpaceHack.org, discusses the possibilities at PSFK SF
Startup entrepreneur Alex Fine argues that while advertisers use sex to sell everything, platforms often censor anything having to do with female sexuality and pleasure