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Anaïs Saint-Jude

Program & Engagement Manager, Stanford Technology Ventures Program, Department of Management Science and Engineering, School of Engineering

Anaïs Saint-Jude is Program & Engagement Manager and Co-Producer of the DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Series at the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP), the entrepreneurship education center of the Stanford School of Engineering. Anaïs designs and runs STVP's programs and engagement opportunites that teach the attitude, knowledge and skills necessary for engaging in the world as an entrepreneur. Programs include:

  • DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Series -
  • Accel Innovation Scholars program for Stanford engineering doctoral students
  • DFJ Entrepreneurial Leaders Program for Stanford engineering masters students
  • STVP Sparks – a series of pop-up classes open to the Stanford community
  • Stanford Entrepreneurship Safari for incoming graduate students
  • University Innovation Fellows sponsorship for Stanford undergraduates
  • Conferences and events open to all

Anaïs collaborates closely with Dr. Tina Seelig, leaders at Accel Partners, Citi Ventures, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Stanford, and at some of the hottest startups and firms in Silicon Valley. She co-leads the Stanford Entrepreneurship Network with the Director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Additionally, Anaïs coaches students on pitching and presenting and advises students and visitors on the entrepreneurial resources available at Stanford and in the Silicon Valley entrepreneurship ecosystem – often in French.

STVP runs like a startup with an amazing team, and Anaïs enjoys creating and executing in this fast-paced, innovative environment.

Previously, Anaïs cofounded and ran BiblioTech, a program connecting Stanford humanities Ph.D.s with the Silicon Valley entrepreneurship ecosystem. Her research interests include seventeenth-century French literature, humanities education, social media, information overload, leadership, entrepreneurship, and the intersection of humanities and technology. She holds an M.A. in French and Humanities and a Ph.D. in French from Stanford University.