Join us in a virtual discussion with the Social Entrepreneurs in Residence at Stanford (SEERS) Fellows: Lenore Anderson, Samuel Nuñez, Olatunde Sobomehin, and Scott Warren. These four award-winning social entrepreneurs are leading organizations advancing new approaches to civic engagement, incarceration, and creating pathways in tech for underrepresented groups. Participants will talk with the 2020 SEERS Fellows about their personal and professional journeys, lessons learned from the field, and navigating public service in uncertain times.
Please RSVP by Monday, April 20th.
2020 SEERS Fellows:
- Lenore Anderson is co-founder and president of Alliance for Safety and Justice (ASJ), a national organization that partners with governors, state legislators, and advocates to replace over-incarceration with policies that prioritize prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation to stop the cycles of crime.
- Samuel (Sammy) Nuñez is founder and executive director of Fathers & Families of San Joaquin, a nonprofit working on the front lines of racial justice, community healing, trauma-informed care, community reentry, and education equityin California.
- Olatunde Sobomehin, ’03, is the CEO and lead servant of StreetCode Academy, a nonprofit that provides free tech classes to communities of color to equip its students with the mindset, skills, and networks to thrive in the technology industry.
- Scott Warren is the co-founder and CEO of Generation Citizen, a nonprofit that works to ensure that every student in the United States receives an effective civics education that provides them with the knowledge and skills to participate in democracy as active citizens.