“Stanford Pathfinders” to Launch on SiriusXM

Entrepreneurs / 20th November 2017

SiriusXM announced today the launch of “Stanford Pathfinders,” a new bi-weekly show with some of Stanford University’s most prominent alumni, featuring in-depth conversations about their life stories and paths to success. “Stanford Pathfinders,” part of SiriusXM’s joint venture with Stanford University, will premiere on SiriusXM Insight channel 121 starting November 18, 2017 at 10:00 am ET.

Hosted by Howard WolfStanford University Vice President for Alumni Affairs and President of the Stanford Alumni Association, the exclusive series will feature Nike co-founder and Chairman Emeritus, Philip Knight, as its first guest.

Stanford’s alumni body is blessed with some truly amazing people who have lived wonderfully fascinating lives,” said Howard Wolf.  “‘Stanford Pathfinders’ will provide a special opportunity for these Stanford stalwarts to share their insights and experiences and I’m thrilled to bring their stories to SiriusXM listeners.”

“With its inspiring conversations, ‘Stanford Pathfinders’ is sure to offer SiriusXM listeners stimulating stories from some of today’s most notable minds,” said Scott Greenstein, President and Chief Content Officer, SiriusXM. “From leading business people to philanthropists and civil servants, SiriusXM listeners will benefit from these leaders’ personal stories and strategies for success.”

“Stanford Pathfinders” will feature engaging dialogues with some of Stanford University’s most distinguished alumni who have gone on to become leaders in their respective areas including politics, entertainment, sports, technology, and more.  Additional confirmed guests include co-founder and former CEO of Yahoo! Jerry Yang; Chief Financial Officer of Google, Ruth Porat, and former Ambassador to RussiaMike McFaul.   

SiriusXM’s Stanford Radio also airs The Future of Everything and School’s In at 11:00 am ET on Saturdays and 12:00 pm ET on Sundays.

Howard Wolf has led the Stanford Alumni Association since 2001.  He earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Stanford in 1980 and his MBA from Harvard in 1985. Before his appointment as Vice President for Alumni Affairs and President, Stanford Alumni Association, he worked as both an entrepreneur and business manager in the publishing and commercial real estate development and management industries.

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