Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley is a public benefit organization formed in response to the research and planning efforts of over 1,000 committed community leaders, and dedicated to the development of a comprehensive plan for the cultural transformation of Silicon Valley.
What does CISV stand for?
CISV stands for Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley (San Jose, CA; 1997-2006)
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Key advisors include Chip Conley, chairman and CEO, Joie de Vivre Hospitality; Ken Goldberg, associate professor of engineering, UC Berkeley; David Kelley, founder, IDEO; Dick Kramlich and his wife, Pam Kramlich, venture capitalist and art collector; David Ross, director, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Harry Saal, president, Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley and co-founder, Network General, and Paul Saffo, founder, Institute of the Future.
He holds the position of president at Cultural Initiatives Silicon Valley and serves on the boards of numerous other nonprofit organizations.