Executive Director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program. Imagine a future where every entrepreneur sees themself as a global citizen who acts in the interest of others.
Apr 29, 2022
Mo Lei Fong
Since joining Rotary in 2013 Marga is a strong believer in the impact that Rotary global grants have in communities worldwide. She has overseen, implemented and raised funds for a number of humanitarian projects in Burkina Faso, Argentina, Bolivia, Haiti, Senegal, India and other countries in the areas of water and sanitation, economic development and health. Marga is also a frequent speaker at Rotary District Conferences, Institutes (in India, Italy, Argentina, Australia, Sri Lanka) as well as at the Rotary International Assembly.
Big Buzz About Bees”, Sager Family Farm’s flagship education program, represents the best traditions of STEAM education with substantive and thought-provoking lessons for early childhood learners.
Alessandro received his MD degree from Università di Milano-Bicocca and his MSc from Politecnico di Milano. During his education he has practiced in hospitals across Italy, Belgium, Spain, and Nicaragua. He is an Italian researcher who is currently a Visiting Research Scholar in the Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Department at Stanford Medicine. As a Ph.D. Candidate, he is currently researching healthcare design and hospital planning, investigating the relationship between the built environment and both physical and mental health – with a specific focus on Autism Spectrum Disorder. Within his research, he explores the impact that sensorial sources coming from physical spaces have on patients with autism. The aim of his research is to provide experience-based design strategies for healthcare spaces that can promote the wellbeing of ASD users, preventing sensory overload and fostering their compliance during medical investigations, procedures, and therapies.
Dr. Alessandro Morganti
JT Barnett will discuss starting his own Hip-Hop business. Hip-hop is a genre of music most often characterized by a strong, rhythmic beat and a rapping vocal track. The genre originated in New York City in the 1970s as a cultural exchange among Black, Latino, and Caribbean youth and has grown into one of the most consumed genres of music in the United States.
Linda Lenoir, RN, BSN, MSN, CNS, PHN who currently is a Project Training Manager in the Psychiatry Department at Stanford. Linda was recently our Club’s representative in Palo Alto’s Sibling Cities program. Sibling Cities exchange ideas on community, commerce, and civil discourse. Over the Memorial Day weekend, the Palo Alto Rotary Club and Palo Alto University Rotary Club sent representatives to the City of Bloomington, Indiana, to advance the new sibling city relationship.