Program and Engagement Manager at Stanford in Stanford, California
Anais SaintJude brings over 10 years of experience in designing and leading large-scale initiatives to Stanford University, where she serves as a program and engagement manager for the university’s Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP). Focused on overseeing the launch and marketing of innovation and entrepreneurship programs, she is responsible for establishing strategic partnerships with companies around the San Francisco Bay Area. In addition, Anais Saint-Jude co-leads the Stanford Entrepreneurship Network and handles high-profile university events.
Prior to assuming a role with STVP, she founded the breakthrough program BiblioTech for Stanford University’s Humanities departments. The program connects the university’s 11 humanities departments with the entrepreneurship ecosystem of the San Francisco Bay Area and fosters collaboration with forward-thinking companies. Saint-Jude’s leadership enabled the program to achieve global recognition as one of the most comprehensive initiatives of its kind. During her early years at the university, she also served as a French and humanities instructor in the Division of Literatures, Cultures and Languages.
In her spare time, she engages in a variety of hobbies, including writing, reading, listening to music, and watching movies. Moreover, Saint-Jude has traveled extensively, venturing throughout France, Italy, and the US.