Max Kendrick

The son of a sculptor, Max Kendrick grew up in the thick of the New York arts community, before heading off to spend nearly a decade in the U.S. Foreign Service, working in crisis zones across Africa, Europe, and the Middle East, ultimately serving as a negotiator, coalition-builder, and human rights advocate at the United Nations in New York. A Sloan Fellow at Stanford University, Max received an M.A. in International Relations from the University of St. Andrews, and an M.Phil in Islamic Studies from the University of Cambridge.

Charlie Jarvis

A Computer Science B.S. and M.S. candidate at Stanford University, Charlie Jarvis has always had a passion for creating well-designed products. With a focus on Human-Computer Interaction and design, Charlie has worked on the design and implementation of products ranging from an AI-bias analyzer for cable news channels, to a crowd-sourced based shopping platform. Recently, Charlie worked in both software engineering and product management at Google, developing user-driven features for Youtube Music and Google Docs. 

Jacob Rosenberg-Wohl

A strategy consultant with experience guiding operations in the largest Fortune-500 companies, Jacob has led teams to drive return on investment in private equity in San Francisco, London, and Munich. His efficient allocation of capital during his time at Altman Vilandrie and Solon identified a path to save over $5B dollars in operational spend for telecom network clients. Prior to that, Jacob studied statistics and Egyptology at Yale and is finishing up his M.B.A. at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business.