Spring quarter applications will open in Winter 2020.
Dine with inspiring leaders from various industries and organizations. At Leadership Dinners, you will interact with proven leaders and a small group of graduate students over dinner at the Faculty Club.
Sergio Garcia, senior executive officer and general counsel, public medical technology industry
Sergio is a senior executive officer, board member and trusted advisor. He has served as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for public medical technology companies, bringing extensive experience on strategic planning, corporate governance, intellectual property protection, and global compliance issues.
Sergio has also served as a leader and equity partner at international law firms advising clients on structuring, negotiating, and executing a broad range of strategic transactions, including M&A, technology transactions and patent licensing agreements.
Along with his career as a general counsel and law firm leader, Sergio has worked to advance equity and to promote civil rights through pro bono legal service and dedicated service on nonprofit boards, including the board of directors for Public Advocates, the Latino Policy and Politics Initiative, California Bar Foundation, Bar Association of San Francisco, Hispanic Heritage Foundation, Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund and Centro Legal de la Raza. Sergio also serves on the board of the Stanford Latino Alumni Association.
Sergio has been recognized for his leadership in the legal profession and the business community, including receiving the prestigious Maestro Award for Leadership by Latino Leaders Magazine, the Pro Bono Legal Services Award by MALDEF and a Lifetime Acheivement Award by the San Francisco La Raza Lawyers Association.
Sergio received his JD from Berkeley Law School and his BA, with distinction, from Stanford University.
Leadership Dinners have limited seating. If you are accepted you must confirm your place by submitting a Student Participation Fee Agreement, which authorizes VPGE to charge $50 to your Stanford bill – only if you do not fully participate in the event.
- Leadership & Management
- Personal Development
- Career Development