Stanford, Silicon Valley & Bay Area Collaborators

Question:  Often we’re asked:  When and why did Urban Logic move from New York City to Palo Alto?

Answer:  Stanford University, Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area’s ecosystem of embracing change and change-makers.

Since 2005, Urban Logic has enjoyed collaboration with some of the best and brightest, and an authentic dialogue about catalysts and conditions for improving regional quality of life.  At Stanford’s Center for Internet and Society in the Law School, Stanford’s Center for Legal Informatics leveraging the Law School and the Computer Science School and now at Stanford Engineering, Urban Logic’s founder Bruce Cahan has found allies on campus and throughout Silicon Valley (for instance, at Google, IDEO and SAP).

In 2013, we joined in co-creating Stanford’s Sustainable Banking Initiative, with more to follow from there, as described in this poster presented at Oxford’s Future of Finance Conference.

Stanford Hoover Tower

Bruce Cahan

Bruce Cahan is CEO and co-founder of Urban Logic, a nonprofit that harnesses finance and technology to change how systems think, act and feel. He is an Ashoka Fellow, aa Lecturer at Stanford University's Department of Management Science & Engineering, a Distinguished Scholar at Stanford mediaX and a former CodeX Fellow at Stanford's Center for Legal Informatics. Bruce was trained as an international finance lawyer at Weil Gotshal & Manges in NYC (10 years) and as merchant banker at Asian Oceanic in Hong Kong (2 years). Bruce graduated The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania (B.S. Economics 1976) and Temple Law School (J.D. 1979). Bruce has been licensed to practice law in California (2006), New York (1980) and Pennsylvania (1980).

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