Thrive through tech transformations

With tech developments reshaping entire industries and even societies, resilience and adaptability are now crucial qualities for individuals and businesses to have amid perpetual change. So how can organizations and communities benefit from tech innovations while ensuring longevity? And what ethical and moral issues should be considered? Learn how fellow alumni are embracing technological evolution at this thought-provoking panel discussion, complete with a networking reception, in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Presented in partnership with the UBC Faculty of Applied Science and the UBC Sauder School of Business.  


Ray Kruck, MBA’92 (he/him) — Founder, CEO, Tugboat Logic Inc; Founder, Director, Pointgrey Partners


Joel Atwater, BASc’05, MASC’08, PhD’15 (he/him) — Senior Technical Program Manager, Google Research

Marianne Wu, BASc’90 (she/her) — Venture Partner, Congruent Ventures and Standard Investments

Rebecca Ye, MASc’98, MBA’01 (she/her) — CEO and Co-founder,

Wednesday, October 11, 2023

HanaHaus Palo Alto
456 University Avenue
Palo Alto, California 94301
USA – map

Open to UBC alumni only.

Refreshments will be provided.

Registration deadline: Sunday, October 8 (or until spaces fill up).


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