Konrad coutinho (MBA '19)
Konrad is a second-year MBA student at Stanford and the Communications Lead for the Sports Innovation Conference. Prior to the GSB, he spent four years working for the Latin America Group at the National Basketball Association. His professional experience also includes internships at Goldman Sachs and Thuuz Sports. He graduated from Yale University, majoring in Economics and Portuguese, and he was a district champion in middle-school basketball.
Jonathan jean-pierre (MBA '19)
Jonathan is a second-year MBA student at Stanford and the Logistics Lead for the Sports Innovation Conference. Prior to the GSB, JP spent time as an investment banking analyst at JPMorgan and a client solutions team lead at Facebook. During his time at the GSB he has interned with the Cleveland Browns and the Global Innovation Group at the National Basketball Association. He completed his undergraduate studies at Penn, majoring in Finance and Accounting. He grew up in San Antonio and loves his hometown Spurs.
helen li (MBA '19)
Helen is a second-year MBA student at Stanford and the Innovation Showcase Lead for the Sports Innovation Conference. Helen's professional experience includes time in the Global Strategy Group at the National Basketball Association, as an investment banking analyst at Evercore Partners and an MBA intern at Creative Artists Agency in the Content Strategy & Analysis group. She completed her undergraduate studies at NYU Stern, majoring in Finance and Business Economics and winning the annual limbo contest. She grew up in the suburbs of Atlanta, GA and is a die-hard Atlanta Falcons fan.
mark schlifske (MBA '19)
Mark is is a second-year MBA student at Stanford and the Sales and Marketing Lead for the Sports Innovation Conference. Mark began his career at McKinsey & Company and eventually transitioned to the Milwaukee Brewers where he helped lead the creation of an internal Business Strategy & Analytics department. He is passionate about the way sports bring communities together and innovation within the fan economy. He has a BA in Economics from Northwestern University, but his proudest accomplishment is winning the Famous Miller Park Sausage Race twice.