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Don't miss our Upcoming events!

Cap and Gown hosts several events throughout the year in order to foster community for women leaders across generations and cultivate relationships within and beyond the Cap and Gown community to support women’s leadership. Our events enable connecting with and learning from women leaders.  Keep an eye out for registration links and more info on the following events planned for the remainder of this academic year:

Cap and Gown Virtual Event: Calm Living with Olga Trusova  April 4 (6-7PM PST)

Speaker: Olga Trusova, Stanford designer and 
author of Calm Living

Cap and Gown is thrilled to host a virtual discussion with Stanford designer and author of the brand-new book, Calm Living, Olga Trusova!


Mark your calendars for Tuesday, April 4th at 6-7PM PST and Register HERE to be a part of this incredible event, where you can hear from Olga on:

  • Her journey as a former corporate executive to entrepreneur and book author

  • Strategies to transform spaces to have a profound impact on your mind, body, and spirit

  • How to take a human-centered approach problem solving (i.e. "design thinking")

Spring Brunch – April 23 (1-3 PM PST), courtyard of Vidalakis Dining Hall

Sara Jordan-Bloch

SPEAKER: Dr. Sara Jordan-Bloch, 
senior research scholar At the
Stanford VMware Women's
Leadership Innovation Lab

Don’t miss this annual favorite! Enjoy an outdoor brunch and a chance to connect with other women leaders, hear from a Stanford alumna leader, and build new relationships across generations of Stanford Cap and Gown women. This year's Spring Brunch speaker is Dr. Sara Jordan-Bloch. We will meet on Sunday, April 23rd from 1-3 PM at Vidalakis Dining Hall.

Sara Jordan-Bloch is a sociologist and a senior research scholar the Stanford VMware Women's Leadership Innovation Lab. She is a core team member of the Voice & Influence program, designed to help men and women be as effective as possible and create workplaces where all people can thrive. She also leads the Seeds of Change initiative, which aims to provide young women and girls with knowledge and skills to strengthen their own voice and navigate critical transitions such as starting college or entering the workforce. Dr. Jordan-Bloch centers her research on the intersection of Social Psychology and  Education.

Please RSVP using this form. We hope to see you there!

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