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Modern Love in the Digital Age: A Salon Evening [SOLD OUT]

SOLD OUT ! Finding love has changed in the digital age. Don’t miss your chance to hear a Celebrity Matchmaker, GSB Professor and The League CEO dish on dating in a digital age.

Modern Love in the Digital Age: A Salon Evening
Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Join us for a provocative panel discussion as thought leaders in dating, business, and relationships explore unique hacks for smart, professional singles to find love in the Bay Area. The event panel will include New York Times best-selling author and celebrity matchmaker Rachel Greenwald, Stanford GSB professor Naomi Bagdonas who is a popular expert on using humor to deepen relationships and the Founder & CEO of The League dating app, Amanda Bradford.

Whether you are single or attached, this will be an event you won’t want to miss.

Register Online [SOLD OUT]
Date:  Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Time:  6:30pm - 8:30pm 
Location: The Vault, 415 Jackson Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
Cost: Member Pricing: $25 per personHBS Alumni Non-Member $40;  General Public Pricing $45 per person. Includes drinks and light appetizers. NO WALK-INs. Sorry, no refunds.  No exceptions. Ticket sales close 12pm Monday June 10th, no walk-ins.

Meet The Panel

Rachel Greenwald (HBS ’93) is one of the most successful matchmakers in the U.S. She is responsible for 857 marriages since she founded her national love business in 2001. She is the New York Times bestselling author of two books, including: "Find a Husband After 35: Using What I Learned at Harvard Business School” and Have Him At Hello. Her books are published by Random House, translated into 18 languages worldwide, and have been optioned by Paramount Studios for a Hollywood film. Rachel has been featured widely in the media as a relationship expert including The Today Show, CNN, The NY Times, and Fortune Magazine. She has been a popular guest speaker at Google, Morgan Stanley, Harvard Business School, The Aspen Ideas Fest, YPO groups, Canyon Ranch, and many other private and corporate groups. More about Rachel here: www.RachelGreenwald.com

Naomi Bagdonas is a Stanford Lecturer, an executive adviser and coach, and a media and strategy consultant versed in human perceptions and the science of humor.

As a Lecturer at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business and Executive Education programs, Naomi teaches courses focused on unlocking Humor and Purpose in leaders and organizations. She was nominated by students for the 2018 Amplifier Award, which recognizes faculty who provide broad and inclusive perspectives that prepare students to lead effectively in their jobs and communities.

As a facilitator and designer, Naomi leads executive workshops for the boards and leadership teams of startups to Fortune 100 companies to authentically infuse humor into their style. She specializes in the art and science of designing strategic conversations that create real impact, and she brings over ten years of experience in business strategy, management consulting, and executive coaching across a range of industries.

In addition to her corporate work, Naomi enjoys collaborating on improv and sketch comedy, volunteer teaching with the inmates at SF's County Jail #1 (https://bit.ly/2JmMcPu), and fostering a sweet pitbull named Panda, who silently judges her.

Amanda Bradford is the Founder & CEO of The League, a dating app that combines data and social graphs from both Facebook and LinkedIn to offer more privacy (coworkers and connections are blocked), more context (Linkedin information is displayed), and a curated community of ambitious singles who desire an equally driven partner. After graduating from Carnegie Mellon with an engineering degree, Amanda worked at both Salesforce and Google in a variety of technical and product roles before attending Stanford Graduate School of business, where the idea for The League was born. The League raised $2.1M in seed funding in January 2015 and to date operates in 61 cities both nationally and internationally and is available on iOS and Android.
Questions? Please contact  Anjai “AJ” Gandhi (HBS MBA 1998)

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