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Jeremiah joined Google in 2011 and has been the General Counsel/Chief Compliance Officer of CapitalG since its creation. In this role, Jeremiah manages legal and regulatory affairs for CapitalG and is involved in all aspects of CapitalG, including fund formation, deal execution, portfolio management and international investments. Before CapitalG, Jeremiah was a senior counsel at Google where he worked with Google’s corporate development team on acquisitions, investments and special projects. Click to register.

Derek Ho is a partner at Kellogg, Hansen, Todd, Figel & Frederick, PLLC, where his practice involves high-stakes commercial litigation and appeals. As both an experienced trial litigator and a seasoned appellate lawyer, he represents plaintiffs and defendants in all phases of litigation, from the trial court to the U.S. Supreme Court. Derek has particular expertise and experience in antitrust litigation, class actions and MDL proceedings, and False Claims Act litigation.
Before joining Kellogg Hansen in 2003, Derek clerked for Chief Judge Michael Boudin on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, and Associate Justice David H. Souter on the U.S. Supreme Court. Click to register.

Steven Choi is currently a consultant with a practice focusing on political advocacy, organizational change and leadership coaching. He has served in leadership at social justice and movement organizations, most recently for One for Democracy, a coalition of philanthropists and foundations pledging 1% of their assets to strengthen our democracy. Steven served as Executive Director at the New York Immigration Coalition and the MinKwon Center for Community Action and was also the founding Director of the Korean Workers Project at the Asian American Legal Defense & Education Fund. Click to register

Named president of OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network in 2019, Tina Perry is responsible for all operational and creative areas of the network, reporting to OWN Chairman and CEO Oprah Winfrey. Her leadership is a driving force behind the network’s ongoing evolution to become the leading destination for Black audiences. Tina also manages OWN’s robust digital division including the network’s TVE Everywhere product, WatchOWN, award-winning website Oprah.com, and a flourishing podcast business. Additionally, she oversees OWN on d+, Discovery’s direct-to-consumer streaming service. Click to register.

Kevin Buehler is a Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company. He co-founded and co-leads the firm’s global Risk & Resilience practice and is Chairman of Risk Dynamics. He is helping lead McKinsey’s efforts to respond to the war in Ukraine, including working with more than 100 colleagues across the Firm to understand and address the humanitarian needs, the energy security, food security and supply chain implications, and the economic consequences of the war.
Previously at McKinsey, Kevin led its global Cybersecurity practice, co-led its global Corporate & Investment Banking practice, and chaired its Launch Committee, supporting early-stage innovation across the Firm. Click to register.

Stanley Young is a partner in the Palo Alto office of Covington & BurlingHis primary practice is intellectual property litigation and has represented companies in the telecommunications, computer, electronics, semiconductor, software and financial services industries in all phases of federal and state court litigation, arbitration and International Trade Commission investigations.
Stanley won a much-cited Federal Circuit case, involving inverter controller patents, and led a litigation in a notable pro bono case that halted racial profiling against Hispanics by Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Click to register.

Ann Chaplin is general counsel & corporate secretary of Qualcomm Incorporated, serving as a member of the executive leadership team with global responsibility for all Legal operations and functions.
Ann has broad experience across the legal, technology and business spectrum, as well as litigation and transactional matters, intellectual property law and management, corporate law and governance. Most recently, she has served as corporate secretary and deputy general counsel for General Motors (GM), assisting in the overall management of the legal department, overseeing corporate governance, advising on product and technology transformation initiatives, managing the interface with the board of directors, leading the securities team, and advising on ESG initiatives. Click to register.

Donald Lacey acts as Chief Investment Officer at Ping An Global Voyager, an investment manager focused on growth stage venture opportunities in fintech, digital health and related sectors. Don joined Global Voyager in 2017 from Citigroup, where he worked as a managing director in a number of senior corporate and investment banking roles and led numerous high-profile M&A and capital raising transactions involving financial services and technology businesses around the world. Don has over 20 years of experience in investment banking and investment management and currently sits on the boards and compensation committees of Snapsheet and iCapital. He began his career as a financial analyst at Goldman, Scahs & Co. Click to register.

As COO, Aparna brings to Zoom an expertise in building infrastructure for rapidly growing technology companies as they scale. Most recently, she was SVP, General Counsel for Magento Commerce, the leading global provider of ecommerce software solutions. She helped sell the company to Adobe in 2018. Prior to Magento, Aparna was the VP, General Counsel for Nimble Storage, where she was instrumental in the company’s initial public offering in 2013. Later, she was a key contributor in Nimble’s sale to Hewlett Packard Enterprise in 2017. Previously, Aparna led the legal and corporate development functions for Inphi Corp and began her career as a corporate and securities attorney for Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. She was also an investment banker at Lehman Brothers and Deutsche Bank. Click to register.

Amanda is the Audrey Irmas Director of the LGBTQ, Gender & Reproductive Justice Project at the ACLU of Southern California. She fights for the rights and civil liberties of LGBTQ people through litigation and policy advocacy. Amanda was previously senior staff attorney at ACLU SoCal and a staff attorney in the LGBT & HIV Project of the National ACLU, where she contributed to litigation victories involving marriage equality, domestic partner benefits, and the rights of people living with HIV in prison. Amanda also served as Legal Coordinator for a group providing pro bono name change assistance to transgender New Yorkers. Click to register.

Sarah Harrington JD’99 has served as the Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Civil Appellate since February 1, 2021. Sarah has a long history as a career attorney in the Department of Justice. She worked for nine years in the Appellate Section of the Civil Rights Division, where she argued dozens of cases in the federal courts of appeals. Sarah has argued 22 cases before the U.S. Supreme Court and has briefed dozens of other cases in that court. Click to register.