Jesse Clayburgh is a current undergraduate student and entrepreneur at Stanford University. Having transferred from community college, his life has been diverse and varied. Jesse got his first start with entrepreneurship at 18 when he founded a passenger van rental agency in the San Francisco Bay Area. Having found early success, he has gone on to start several more businesses, in addition to taking a very active role in the Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students (BASES). Jesse’s passions are global entrepreneurship, foreign languages, and international relations. In his free time he enjoys travel, distance motorcycling, and surfing.
Jesús Salas is a senior at Stanford majoring in Science, Technology, and Society. Having grown up in a very entrepreneurial family where his brother owns a Christmas light company and father resells lumber, he too dabbled in amateur retail and ecommerce ventures while growing up. While at Stanford he has worked for The Stanford Daily newspaper, Frito Lay, Google, and will be joining Deloitte’s Strategy & Operations team as an intern this summer. On campus, Jesus is heavily involved with his fraternity Gamma Zeta Alpha Fraternity, Inc. where he currently serves as president. In his spare time he keeps abreast with shoe trends and enjoys traveling.
Song is a recent UCLA graduate who majored in Computer Science. Currently he is working as a developer for TokBox, which brings face-to-face video to any website. Last summer Song was interning at Facebook. Currently, he lives in San Francisco.