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Chip Conley

Chip Conley

The Modern Elder and the Intergenerational Workplace

Chip Conley is a hospitality entrepreneur, founding boutique hotel brand Joie de Vivre Hospitality at 26 and running it as CEO for 24 years. He then served as Airbnb's Head of Global Hospitality and Strategy for 4 years, and remains involved as a strategic advisor. He is author of 5 books including his most recent, Wisdom @ Work: The Making of a Modern Elder.

Chip Conley is a hospitality entrepreneur, founding boutique hotel brand Joie de Vivre Hospitality at 26 and running it as CEO for 24 years. He then served as Airbnb's Head of Global Hospitality and Strategy for 4 years, and remains involved as a strategic advisor. He is author of 5 books including his most recent, Wisdom @ Work: The Making of a Modern Elder.

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Seminar Sponsors

Will and Margaret Hearst • David and Abby Rumsey • Kim Polese • Shel Kaphan • Garrett Gruener • The Libra Foundation • Peter Baumann • Brian Eno • Greg Stikeleather • Richard and Angie Thieriot • Nion McEvoy • Cameo Wood • Susie Tompkins Buell Fund • Panta Rhea Foundation • Ping Fu • Peter Schwartz • The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation • Dean Ornish • The Baum Foundation • Lawrence Wilkinson • Mercy Burton Russell • Asia Society Northern California • Stripe • Ken and Maddy Dychtwald • The Long Now Membership

We would also like to recognize George Cowan (01920 - 02012) for being the first to sponsor this series.