Jamal Madni

FOUNDER OF STEALTH MODE
STANFORD MS

FOUNDER OF STEALTH MODE

Jamal just recently completed his MS in Management from Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) and is now in the process of founding a company currently in stealth mode that focuses on the “Fitbit for leadership.” Prior to the GSB, Jamal held a number of roles with The Boeing Company across software engineering, program management and business development, culminating in leading the $100B enterprise’s technology strategy group which was responsible for research and development investment road mapping, boutique technology consulting services, and M&A technology due diligence. He has been internationally recognized by the Ellis Island Honor Society, IEEE, SAE, and SSPI over an eight-year career in aerospace and biotech. Jamal is passionate about employee engagement and STEM education. He founded the da Vinci Summit, named North America’s 2017 Employee Engagement Project of the Year. While a faculty member at Long Beach State University, he founded the Upward Bound Math-Science College Prep Program, which focused on inspiring over 100 low income, first-generation, underrepresented minority students in pursuing their college dreams within STEM disciplines. Jamal has bachelor’s degrees in computer science and mathematics from the University of Southern California and master’s degrees in electrical and biomedical engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles.