Jonathan is a Partner and Co-Chief Operating Officer at TPG, based in San Francisco. Jonathan joined TPG in 1998 and was previously part of the TPG Capital deal team. He graduated from Stanford (undergraduate, GSB and GSE), is on the Board of HS Group, and is the outgoing board chair of Aspire Public Schools and incoming board chair for Climb Hire. Jonathan is also a member of the Stanford GSE Advisory Council.
Entrepreneur in Residence, GoogleX
Clarence Wooten is a Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur with a track record of success spanning back to 1999 when his debut Internet startup, ImageCafe.com, was acquired for $23 million by Network Solutions/Verisign (Nasdaq: NSOL) just 7-months after it launched. As an encore to his early success, Clarence founded and scaled Groupsite.com, where he now serves as Chairman, to more than 50,000 customers. Most recently, in June 2018, Clarence’s fourth startup, Progressly Inc., an enterprise software company that turns business processes into visual repeatable workflows in the cloud, was acquired by Box (NYSE: Box). Clarence is currently an Entrepenuer in Residence at GoogleX, and General Partner at Revitalize Ventures, a venture studio based in Oakland, and founder of STEAMRole, a mission-driven company and mobile app that helps students and young professionals discover who they can become and how to get there following the skill roadmaps of successful role models with backgrounds in science, technology, engineering, art and math.
Executive Assistant at UCSF Innovation Ventures
Jesenia Hernandez is an alumna of Climb Hire and the Executive Assistant to the Vice-chancellor of Business at Innovation Ventures at UCSF, where she regularly deploys the skills and social capital she developed over the course of our program to streamline operations and outreach. Born and raised in San Francisco, she is incredibly passionate about reducing obstacles to opportunity like the ones she encountered for other people of color.
Founder and Managing Director at Opportunity Labs
Andrew was the former executive director of Dialog, a platform for inclusive global gatherings and a consulting firm. He was appointed by President Obama to serve as a White House Fellow at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Prior to his work at HUD, Andrew was the Chief Operating Officer of the New York City Department of Education and formerly Chief of Staff to Chancellor Dennis Walcott. Andrew is a White House Fellow, Forbes 30 under 30 honoree, French American Foundation Young Leader, Atlantic Council Millennium Fellow, and an Education Pioneer. Andrew serves on the board of The Equity Project (TEP) Charter School. He received an MPA from Columbia University and a BA from Rider University.
VP, Checkr.org/Executive Director, Checkr Foundation