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Thought-leaders helping to redefine health education for today’s generation.

TeachAids’ diverse team spans the fields of education, communications, design, technology, and medicine. Our collective expertise and experience drives the design, production, and distribution of the most effective, medically accurate, culturally-specific education products.

Leith Abdulla

Chief Technology Officer, HiHello, Inc.

Dr. Geoffrey Abrams

Director of Sports Medicine, Lacob Family Sports Medicine Center, Stanford University School of Medicine

Avani Agarwal

Social Good UX Designer and Strategist, Google

Nagarjuna Akkineni

Actor and Film Producer

Scott Anderson

Chief Customer Officer, SyncThink

Ray Anderson

Director of Athletics, Arizona State University

Asad Ayaz

President of Marketing, Walt Disney Studios

Megan Azebu

Head Synchronized Swimming Coach, Stanford University

Prof. Jeremy Bailenson

Founding Director, Stanford University Virtual Human Interaction Lab

Chelsea Barabas

Research Scientist, MIT

Dean Michele Barry

Senior Associate Dean of Global Health, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Eran Bendavid

Associate Professor of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine

Karl Benson

Commissioner, Sun Belt Conference

Mahesh Bhatt

Film Director and Producer

Matt Birk

CEO, Matt Birk & Company

Dr. Terrence Blaschke

Senior Program Officer in Clinical Pharmacology, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Dr. Josh Bloom

Team Physician, USA Baseball

Amy Bokker

Head Women's Lacrosse Coach, Ohio State University

Jason Borrelli

Head Wrestling Coach, Stanford University

Bob Bowlsby

Commissioner, Big 12 Conference

Brian Bulcke

Former Defensive Lineman, Toronto Argonauts, CFL

Dr. David Camarillo

Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, Stanford University

Dr. Martin Carnoy

Vida Jacks Professor of Education and Economics, Stanford University

Dr. James Chesnutt

Concussion Program Medical Director, Oregon Health & Science University

Dr. David Cifu

Associate Dean for Innovation and System Integration, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Jack Clark

Head Rugby Coach, University of California, Berkeley

Dr. Harvey Cohen

Deborah E. Addicott-John A. Kriewall and Elizabeth A. Haehl Family Professor in Pediatrics, Stanford University School of Medicine

Malie Collins

Former Program Manager, Stanford Neurosurgical Simulation and Virtual Reality Center

Dr. John Corrigan

Director, Ohio Valley Center for Brain Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation

Dr. Daniel Daneshvar

Neuroscientist specializing in CTE, Stanford University School of Medicine

Tara Danielson

Head Field Hockey Coach, Stanford University

Ashwini Doshi

Senior Manager, Deloitte & Touche, LLP

Dr. Rafiq Dossani

Director, RAND Center for Asia Pacific Policy

Jené Elzie

Chief Growth Officer, Athletes First Partners

David Esquer

Clarke and Elizabeth Nelson Director of Baseball, Stanford University

Coby Fleener

Former Tight End, Indianapolis Colts, NFL

Dr. Jamshid Ghajar

Founder and President, Brain Trauma Foundation

Shuman Ghosemajumder

Chief Technology Officer, Shape Security

Thom Glielmi

Men's Gymnastics Head Coach, Stanford University

Dean Shelley Goldman

Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

Paul Goldstein

Taube Family Director of Men’s Tennis, Stanford University

John Goodman

Operating Partner, Traub Celebrity

Dick Gould

John L. Hinds Director of Tennis Emeritus, Stanford University

Dr. Gerald Grant

Division Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

Wylie Greig

Advisor and Former President, One World Children’s Fund

Jeremy Gunn

The Knowles Family Director of Men’s Soccer, Stanford University

Jerod Haase

Anne and Tony Joseph Director of Men's Basketball, Stanford University

Dr. Brian Hainline

Chief Medical Officer, NCAA

Kevin Hambly

Director of Women's Volleyball, Stanford University

Dr. Odette Harris

Professor of Neurosurgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dean Theresa Hernández

Associate Dean for Research, Arts and Science, University of Colorado, Boulder

Mike Izzi

Director of Athletics, California State University at Northridge

Dr. Seble Kassaye

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Infectious Diseases, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. David Katzenstein

Professor of Infectious Diseases Emeritus, Stanford University School of Medicine

Aparna Khare

Speech Scientist, Amazon

Dr. Paul Kim

Chief Technology Officer and Assistant Dean, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

Ted Knapp

Former Director of Men's Swimming, Stanford University

Dr. Cheryl Koopman

Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Emerita, Stanford University

Marie Kagaju Laugharn

Former Political Affairs Officer, The Hague

Dr. Young Sung Lee

Lead, Korean Medical Research Information Center

Sarah Lewis

Mobile Research and Development Advisor

Sara Lowe

Founder, Sara Lilly Advising

Ronnie Lott

Professional Football Hall of Fame and Super Bowl MVP

Dr. Angela Lumba-Brown

Co-Director, Stanford Concussion and Brain Performance Center

Dr. William Maloney

Chair of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Gordon Matheson

Professor Emeritus of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

Scott McRoberts

Director of Athletics, University of Guelph

Greg Meehan

Paul A. Violich Director of Women’s Swimming, Stanford University

Chris Miltenberg

Director of Track and Field and Cross Country, University of North Carolina

Festus Mogae

Former President, Botswana

Bernard Muir

The Jaquish & Kenninger Director of Athletics, Stanford University

Dr. Gary Mukai

Director, Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE)

Anne Firth Murray

Founder, Global Fund for Women

Kamran Naim

Director of Partnerships and Initiatives, Annual Reviews

Dr. Clifford Nass

Thomas M. Storke Professor, Stanford University

Dr. Chris Nowinski

Co-Founder and CEO, Concussion Legacy Foundation

Jennifer Orr

Founder and CEO, EyeWords

Dr. Douglas Owens

Director of the Center for Health Policy, Stanford University

Prof. Roy Pea

David Jacks Professor of Education and the Learning Sciences, Stanford University

Jim Plunkett

Heisman Trophy Winner and Super Bowl MVP

Rob Poulos

Head Football Coach, Sequoia High School

Nimmagadda Prasad

Founder, Matrix Laboratories

Barbara Pugliese

Chief Financial Officer, Stanford Alumni Association

Paul Ratcliffe

Knowles Family Director of Women's Soccer, Stanford University

Ted Robinson

Sportscaster

Dr. George Rutherford

Director of the Prevention and Public Health Group, UCSF

Prof. Joel Samoff

African Studies Adjunct Professor, Stanford University

Dr. Lee Sanders

Division Chief of General Pediatrics, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dan Schemmel

The Goldman Family Director of Men's Swimming, Stanford University

Betsy Scolnik

Former President of Digital Media, National Geographic

Larry Scott

Commissioner, Pac-12 Conference

Prof. Tina Seelig

Executive Director, Stanford Technology Ventures Program

David Shaw

Bradford M. Freeman Director of Football, Stanford University

Prof. Robert Siegel

Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, Stanford University

Rachel Sklar

Founder and CEO, TheLi.st

Dr. Piya Sorcar

Lecturer, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

Dr. Randall Stafford

Professor of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Timothy Stanton

Director, Bing Overseas Studies Program in South Africa, Stanford University

Dr. Gary Steinberg

Chair of Neurosurgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Michael Stuart

Chief Medical and Safety Officer, USA Hockey

Josh Sutcliffe

Director of Rugby, Stanford University

John Tanner

The Dunlevie Family Director of Women’s Water Polo, Stanford University

Buddy Teevens

Head Football Coach, Dartmouth College

Tara VanDerveer

The Setsuko Ishiyama Director of Women's Basketball, Stanford University

John Vargas

The Dunlevie Family Director of Men’s Water Polo, Stanford University

Prof. Decker Walker

Professor Emeritus, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

Dr. Paul Wise

Richard E. Behrman Professor of Child Health and Society, Stanford University

Tabitha Yim

Women's Gymnastics Head Coach, Stanford University

Donnovan Yisrael

Senior Health Educator, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Vaden Health Center

Steve Young

Professional Football Hall of Fame and 2-Time NFL MVP

Dr. Maya Yutsis

Lead Neuropsychologist, Stanford Concussion and Brain Performance Center

Medical Advisors

Dean Michele Barry

Senior Associate Dean of Global Health, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Eran Bendavid

Associate Professor of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Terrence Blaschke

Senior Program Officer in Clinical Pharmacology, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Dr. Seble Kassaye

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Infectious Diseases, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. David Katzenstein

Professor of Infectious Diseases Emeritus, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Cheryl Koopman

Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Emerita, Stanford University

Dr. Young Sung Lee

Lead, Korean Medical Research Information Center

Anne Firth Murray

Founder, Global Fund for Women

Dr. Douglas Owens

Director of the Center for Health Policy, Stanford University

Prof. Robert Siegel

Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, Stanford University

Dr. Randall Stafford

Professor of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Paul Wise

Richard E. Behrman Professor of Child Health and Society, Stanford University

Industry and Scientific Experts

Leith Abdulla

Chief Technology Officer, HiHello, Inc.

Avani Agarwal

Social Good UX Designer and Strategist, Google

Nagarjuna Akkineni

Actor and Film Producer

Mahesh Bhatt

Film Director and Producer

Dr. Martin Carnoy

Vida Jacks Professor of Education and Economics, Stanford University

Ashwini Doshi

Senior Manager, Deloitte & Touche, LLP

Dr. Rafiq Dossani

Director, RAND Center for Asia Pacific Policy

Shuman Ghosemajumder

Chief Technology Officer, Shape Security

Dean Shelley Goldman

Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

Wylie Greig

Advisor and Former President, One World Children’s Fund

Aparna Khare

Speech Scientist, Amazon

Dr. Paul Kim

Chief Technology Officer and Assistant Dean, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

Marie Kagaju Laugharn

Former Political Affairs Officer, The Hague

Sarah Lewis

Mobile Research and Development Advisor

Festus Mogae

Former President, Botswana

Dr. Gary Mukai

Director, Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE)

Kamran Naim

Director of Partnerships and Initiatives, Annual Reviews

Dr. Clifford Nass

Thomas M. Storke Professor, Stanford University

Jennifer Orr

Founder and CEO, EyeWords

Prof. Roy Pea

David Jacks Professor of Education and the Learning Sciences, Stanford University

Nimmagadda Prasad

Founder, Matrix Laboratories

Prof. Joel Samoff

African Studies Adjunct Professor, Stanford University

Betsy Scolnik

Former President of Digital Media, National Geographic

Prof. Tina Seelig

Executive Director, Stanford Technology Ventures Program

Rachel Sklar

Founder and CEO, TheLi.st

Dr. Piya Sorcar

Lecturer, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

Dr. Timothy Stanton

Director, Bing Overseas Studies Program in South Africa, Stanford University

Prof. Decker Walker

Professor Emeritus, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

Medical Advisors

Dr. Geoffrey Abrams

Director of Sports Medicine, Lacob Family Sports Medicine Center, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dean Michele Barry

Senior Associate Dean of Global Health, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Josh Bloom

Team Physician, USA Baseball

Dr. James Chesnutt

Concussion Program Medical Director, Oregon Health & Science University

Dr. David Cifu

Associate Dean for Innovation and System Integration, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Dr. Harvey Cohen

Deborah E. Addicott-John A. Kriewall and Elizabeth A. Haehl Family Professor in Pediatrics, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. John Corrigan

Director, Ohio Valley Center for Brain Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation

Dr. Daniel Daneshvar

Neuroscientist specializing in CTE, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Jamshid Ghajar

Founder and President, Brain Trauma Foundation

Dr. Gerald Grant

Division Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Brian Hainline

Chief Medical Officer, NCAA

Dr. Odette Harris

Professor of Neurosurgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dean Theresa Hernández

Associate Dean for Research, Arts and Science, University of Colorado, Boulder

Dr. Angela Lumba-Brown

Co-Director, Stanford Concussion and Brain Performance Center

Dr. William Maloney

Chair of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Gordon Matheson

Professor Emeritus of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Douglas Owens

Director of the Center for Health Policy, Stanford University

Dr. George Rutherford

Director of the Prevention and Public Health Group, UCSF

Dr. Lee Sanders

Division Chief of General Pediatrics, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Gary Steinberg

Chair of Neurosurgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Michael Stuart

Chief Medical and Safety Officer, USA Hockey

Dr. Paul Wise

Richard E. Behrman Professor of Child Health and Society, Stanford University

Dr. Maya Yutsis

Lead Neuropsychologist, Stanford Concussion and Brain Performance Center

Athletic Advisors

Megan Azebu

Head Synchronized Swimming Coach, Stanford University

Amy Bokker

Head Women's Lacrosse Coach, Ohio State University

Jason Borrelli

Head Wrestling Coach, Stanford University

Jack Clark

Head Rugby Coach, University of California, Berkeley

Tara Danielson

Head Field Hockey Coach, Stanford University

David Esquer

Clarke and Elizabeth Nelson Director of Baseball, Stanford University

Thom Glielmi

Men's Gymnastics Head Coach, Stanford University

Paul Goldstein

Taube Family Director of Men’s Tennis, Stanford University

Dick Gould

John L. Hinds Director of Tennis Emeritus, Stanford University

Jeremy Gunn

The Knowles Family Director of Men’s Soccer, Stanford University

Jerod Haase

Anne and Tony Joseph Director of Men's Basketball, Stanford University

Kevin Hambly

Director of Women's Volleyball, Stanford University

Ted Knapp

Former Director of Men's Swimming, Stanford University

Sara Lowe

Founder, Sara Lilly Advising

Ronnie Lott

Professional Football Hall of Fame and Super Bowl MVP

Greg Meehan

Paul A. Violich Director of Women’s Swimming, Stanford University

Chris Miltenberg

Director of Track and Field and Cross Country, University of North Carolina

Jim Plunkett

Heisman Trophy Winner and Super Bowl MVP

Rob Poulos

Head Football Coach, Sequoia High School

Paul Ratcliffe

Knowles Family Director of Women's Soccer, Stanford University

Dan Schemmel

The Goldman Family Director of Men's Swimming, Stanford University

David Shaw

Bradford M. Freeman Director of Football, Stanford University

Josh Sutcliffe

Director of Rugby, Stanford University

John Tanner

The Dunlevie Family Director of Women’s Water Polo, Stanford University

Buddy Teevens

Head Football Coach, Dartmouth College

Tara VanDerveer

The Setsuko Ishiyama Director of Women's Basketball, Stanford University

John Vargas

The Dunlevie Family Director of Men’s Water Polo, Stanford University

Tabitha Yim

Women's Gymnastics Head Coach, Stanford University

Steve Young

Professional Football Hall of Fame and 2-Time NFL MVP

Industry and Scientific Experts

Ray Anderson

Director of Athletics, Arizona State University

Scott Anderson

Chief Customer Officer, SyncThink

Asad Ayaz

President of Marketing, Walt Disney Studios

Prof. Jeremy Bailenson

Founding Director, Stanford University Virtual Human Interaction Lab

Chelsea Barabas

Research Scientist, MIT

Karl Benson

Commissioner, Sun Belt Conference

Matt Birk

CEO, Matt Birk & Company

Bob Bowlsby

Commissioner, Big 12 Conference

Brian Bulcke

Former Defensive Lineman, Toronto Argonauts, CFL

Dr. David Camarillo

Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, Stanford University

Malie Collins

Former Program Manager, Stanford Neurosurgical Simulation and Virtual Reality Center

Ashwini Doshi

Senior Manager, Deloitte & Touche, LLP

Jené Elzie

Chief Growth Officer, Athletes First Partners

Coby Fleener

Former Tight End, Indianapolis Colts, NFL

Shuman Ghosemajumder

Chief Technology Officer, Shape Security

Dean Shelley Goldman

Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

John Goodman

Operating Partner, Traub Celebrity

Mike Izzi

Director of Athletics, California State University at Northridge

Aparna Khare

Speech Scientist, Amazon

Scott McRoberts

Director of Athletics, University of Guelph

Bernard Muir

The Jaquish & Kenninger Director of Athletics, Stanford University

Dr. Gary Mukai

Director, Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE)

Anne Firth Murray

Founder, Global Fund for Women

Kamran Naim

Director of Partnerships and Initiatives, Annual Reviews

Dr. Chris Nowinski

Co-Founder and CEO, Concussion Legacy Foundation

Jennifer Orr

Founder and CEO, EyeWords

Prof. Roy Pea

David Jacks Professor of Education and the Learning Sciences, Stanford University

Barbara Pugliese

Chief Financial Officer, Stanford Alumni Association

Ted Robinson

Sportscaster

Prof. Joel Samoff

African Studies Adjunct Professor, Stanford University

Betsy Scolnik

Former President of Digital Media, National Geographic

Larry Scott

Commissioner, Pac-12 Conference

Prof. Tina Seelig

Executive Director, Stanford Technology Ventures Program

Prof. Robert Siegel

Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, Stanford University

Rachel Sklar

Founder and CEO, TheLi.st

Dr. Piya Sorcar

Lecturer, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

Prof. Decker Walker

Professor Emeritus, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

Donnovan Yisrael

Senior Health Educator, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Vaden Health Center

Dr. Piya Sorcar

Founder and CEO
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Dr. Clifford Nass

Co-founder & Board Member
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Shuman Ghosemajumder

Co-founder & Chairman of the Board
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Dick Gould

Vice Chairman of the Board
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Barbara Pugliese

Board Member
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Jennifer Orr

Board Member
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Amala Akkineni

Trustee
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Dean Shelley Goldman

Board Member
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Trustee
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Leith Abdulla

Chief Technology Officer, HiHello, Inc.

Leith Abdulla is the Chief Technology Officer at HiHello, Inc. Prior to that, he was an ASCII Architect at Coursera and a Co-Founder of Diffbot Corp., which offers an innovative API that enables developers to easily create applications that apply computer vision algorithms for the purpose of extracting information and understanding the visual layouts of various webpages. Previously, he was a Software Engineer at IBM for their Pervasive Computing group. Awarded an NSF graduate fellowship, Abdulla attended Stanford’s Electrical Engineering Ph.D. program, where he was a researcher for their HCI department. His research interests include education technology, online transparency, and the future of decentralized computing.

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Dr. Geoffrey Abrams

Director of Sports Medicine, Lacob Family Sports Medicine Center, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Geoffrey Abrams is the Director of Sports Medicine for the Lacob Family Sports Medicine Center, which serves Stanford varsity athletes. He is an assistant team physician for the Golden State Warriors and San Francisco 49ers. Dr. Abrams is an orthopedic surgeon at Stanford University and specializes in upper extremity joint replacement and ligament reconstructive surgery. Dr. Abrams has authored or co-authored over 60 peer-reviewed scientific articles, over 20 book chapters, and serves as a reviewer for many Sports Medicine scientific journals. Dr. Abrams received MD from UCSD and completed his residency at Stanford Medicine.

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Avani Agarwal

Social Good UX Designer and Strategist, Google

Avani Agarwal is currently a Social Good UX Designer and Strategist at Google, and formerly the art director for the front page of Yahoo! Inc., responsible for the design of special events pages, advertising modules, and development of Yahoo! applications for new devices. At TeachAids, she directed the construction of the first TeachAids website, from wire-frame to polished product, oversaw the site’s user experience, and consulted on user-interface aspects of TeachAids videos. She holds a B.A. in Visual Communications with a minor in economics from Loyola University of Chicago and has had further education from Parsons School of Design.

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Nagarjuna Akkineni

Actor and Film Producer

Nagarjuna Akkineni, having starred in over 75 films, is one of the most prominent actors, directors, and producers in the Telugu film industry, with an audience of 75 million people. Through the National Film Awards, Nandi Awards, and Filmfare Awards, Akkineni has been honored for his artistic excellence by the Indian government, film critics, and the general public. Always promoting quality cinema with fresh entertainment, Akkineni has set precedents that have won him a permanent place in the hearts of millions. He is an Advisor and Ambassador for TeachAids and donated his voice as the male doctor in the Telugu TeachAids HIV/AIDS animations.

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Scott Anderson

Chief Customer Officer, SyncThink

Scott Anderson is a Chief Customer Officer at SyncThink. Before joining SyncThink in 2017, Anderson spent 10 years with Stanford University as the lead Director of Athletic Training. During his tenure, Anderson worked diligently to build and grow the infrastructure of the sports medicine program. As former chair of the Pac-12 Sports Medicine committee, he has been influential in conference wide research focused on improving student-athlete health and wellness. He is also an internationally recognized speaker and holds a number of designations including a certification from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. He is an approved clinical instructor (ACI), and maintains certifications in the functional movement screen (FMS), selective functional movement assessment (SFMA) and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS).

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Ray Anderson

Director of Athletics, Arizona State University

Ray Anderson has overseen a new level of excellence for the Sun Devils. A Los Angeles, California native, Anderson studied political science at Stanford before earning a J.D. at Harvard Law. Among many achievements, he is known for revamping many sports programs at ASU and for his dedication to the academic performance of his student-athletes, leading them to surpass ASU’s all-time Graduation Success Rate during his tenure. Earlier in his career, Anderson was Executive Vice President of Football Operations at the NFL. He has earned a spot on numerous “Most Influential” lists. He is also a professor of practice in the sports law and business program at ASU.

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Asad Ayaz

President of Marketing, Walt Disney Studios

Asad Ayaz is President of Marketing for Walt Disney Studios. Working with the company since 2005, Ayaz has spearheaded record-breaking marketing campaigns for Walt Disney Studio’s multi-billion dollar box office franchises, including Disney Live Action, Marvel Studios, LucasFilm and Pixar Animation Studios. Ayaz has overseen campaigns for over half of the top 10 highest grossing films of all time worldwide. With a Bachelor Degree from Bennington College and a Masters in Economics from the University of Southern California, Ayaz has been highlighted in The Hollywood Reporter’s Next Gen list, as well as Advertising Age’s 40 Under 40.

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Megan Azebu

Head Synchronized Swimming Coach, Stanford University

Megan Azebu was named Head Coach of the Stanford University synchronized swimming team in May 2018. Previously she served as an assistant coach for the Stanford Program for 6 seasons, helping the team claim first in trio and solo, and second in duet and team in the 2018 Collegiate National Championships; first and third in trio, and second in duet, solo and team in 2017; and first in trio, duet, solo and team, and second in trio and duet in 2016. Since Coach Azebu joined the Stanford program in 2012, 33 student-athletes have earned All-American honors. She was selected as head coach of the 2018 13-15 Junior National Team and previously served as an assistant head coach for the 2017 and 2016 13-15 National Teams, helping the U.S. garner third in duet and team at the Comen Cup in Mealhada, Portugal, and fourth in team at the Comen Cup in Netanya, Israel.

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Prof. Jeremy Bailenson

Founding Director, Stanford University Virtual Human Interaction Lab

Prof. Jeremy Bailenson is founding director of Stanford University’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab, Thomas More Storke Professor in the Department of Communication, Professor of Education, Professor Program in Symbolic Systems, a Senior Fellow at the Woods Institute for the Environment, and a Faculty Leader at Stanford’s Center for Longevity. Prof. Bailenson studies the psychology of Virtual and Augmented Reality, in particular how virtual experiences lead to changes in perceptions of self and others. His most recent research focuses on how virtual experiences can transform education, environmental conservation, empathy, and health. He is the recipient of the Dean’s Award for Distinguished Teaching at Stanford.

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Chelsea Barabas

Research Scientist, MIT

Chelsea Barabas is a research scientist at MIT, where she examines the spread of algorithmic decision making tools in the US criminal justice system. Formerly, she was the Head of Social Innovation at the MIT Media Lab’s Digital Currency Initiative. Barabas completed graduate work at MIT in the Comparative Media Studies Program and at the Center for Civic Media in the Media Lab. Alongside the MIT community, she has explored a wide range of issues related to the use of emerging technologies to serve the public good — everything from citizen data collection in Brazil to conservation drones in Kenya and ed-tech workshops in Peru.

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Dean Michele Barry

Senior Associate Dean of Global Health, Stanford University School of Medicine

Michele Barry, MD, FACP, FASTMH is the Drs. Ben and A. Jess Shenson Professor of Medicine and Tropical Diseases, Director of the Center for Innovation in Global Health, and Senior Associate Dean for Global Health at Stanford University. She is the Co-Founder and Director of the Yale/Stanford Johnson & Johnson Global Health Scholar Award program and a past President of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Dean Barry is an elected member of the National Academy of Science Medicine  and has been selected for Best Doctors in America. She is the 2018 recipient of AMWA’s highest award – the Elizabeth Blackwell medal for creating pathways for women in medicine.

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Dr. Eran Bendavid

Associate Professor of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Eran Bendavid is an Associate Professor in the School of Medicine and an affiliate at the Center for Health Policy at Stanford University. He is an infectious diseases physician with wide-ranging interests related to HIV and global health. In his day to day work, Dr. Bendavid explores the economic, political, and medical conditions that can lead to improved health in developing countries. A graduate of Dartmouth College and Harvard Medical School, Dr. Bendavid completed his residency and fellowship at Stanford Medical School, where he now cares for patients with HIV and related conditions. He has ongoing projects in South Africa, Rwanda, and Uganda.

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Karl Benson

Commissioner, Sun Belt Conference

Karl Benson hails from Spokane, Washington. Benson was a student-athlete, playing baseball for both Spokane Community College and Boise State University. He worked for the NCAA and was rapidly promoted to Director of Championships, where 68 NCAA championships took place under his tenure. He went on to serve as the commissioner of the Mid-American Conference and then further polished his reputation for accomplishment in the Western Athletic Conference. Benson oversaw the participation of numerous teams in the Bowl Championship Series. As commissioner of the Sun Belt Conference Benson has revamped the brand to reflect optimism and excellence.

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Mahesh Bhatt

Film Director and Producer

Mahesh Bhatt is a prominent film director, producer, and screenwriter. Winner of the National Film Award, the most prestigious film award in India, Bhatt is known for his unconventional style of filmmaking and his unique depiction of subjects, which reflect many of his experiences in life. Along with producing and directing hit Bollywood movies, he is responsible for launching widely known actors and musicians including Anupam Kher, Sushmita Sen, and more recently, Kangana Ranaut. He also found spiritual companionship and guidance with philosopher U.G. Krishnamurti, who Bhatt wrote about in two books, U.G. Krishnamurti: A Life and A Taste of Life: The Last Days of U.G. Krishnamurti.

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Matt Birk

CEO, Matt Birk & Company

Matt Birk is a Super Bowl Champion with a prolific 15-year NFL career. He played college football at Harvard University, where he studied Economics. Upon graduation, he was a 6th round selection for the Minnesota Vikings. Birk went on to win 6 Pro Bowl Selections, the 2011 NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, and the Super Bowl as a center with the Baltimore Ravens in 2012. He is currently a Board Member of USA Football and of the Professional Football Hall of Fame, Vice President of Development at American Youth Football, and a youth football coach.

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Dr. Terrence Blaschke

Senior Program Officer in Clinical Pharmacology, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Dr. Terrence Blaschke is a Senior Program Officer in Clinical Pharmacology at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and Professor Emeritus of Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology at Stanford University School of Medicine. His research examines the clinical pharmacology of drugs used with HIV-infected patients. His research focuses on the quality of antiretroviral drugs and the ability of patients’ to access drugs. In addition, Dr. Blaschke collaborates with the AMPATH program in Eldoret, Kenya, a comprehensive initiative to build the public sector’s HIV prevention and treatment capacity in urban and rural settings. He is on the Organizing Committee for a workshop on Clinical Pharmacology in HIV therapy. He holds an M.D. from Columbia University.

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Dr. Josh Bloom

Team Physician, USA Baseball

Dr. Josh Bloom is a partner physician at Carolina Family Practice & Sports Medicine and Medical Director of the Carolina Sports Concussion Clinic.  He is Team Physician and Medical Director for the Carolina Hurricanes (NHL), Team Physician for USA Baseball and Apex Friendship High School. Dr. Bloom serves on USA Baseball Medical/Safety Advisory Committee, North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) Sports Medicine Advisory Committee, North Carolina Brain Injury Advisory Council, and has clinical faculty positions in the Department of Family Medicine at UNC School of Medicine and the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Duke University.  

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Amy Bokker

Head Women's Lacrosse Coach, Ohio State University

Amy Bokker was named Ohio State University Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach in June 2019 after serving as Head Coach at Stanford University for 11 seasons. As the winningest coach in Stanford’s history, she led the Cardinal to six conference titles and eight NCAA tournament appearances. Coach Bokker has coached eight All-Americans, five conference Player of the Year honorees and six conference tournament MVPs. Although until recently lacrosse has primarily been an East Coast sport, Coach Bokker led Stanford to win a school record of 16 games in 2011, and to their first NCAA Tournament game in 2013. More recently, Bokker led the Cardinal to their first Pac-12 Tournament title in 2018.

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Jason Borrelli

Head Wrestling Coach, Stanford University

Jason Borrelli has just entered his 11th season as head wrestling coach for Stanford University. In this role, he has coached 24 wrestlers to the NCAA Championships, and set Stanford’s program record in 2016-17 with nine wrestlers qualifying for NCAA. Borrelli’s wrestlers have earned 16 Pac-12 championships as well as 10 All-American honors. He has coached 16 conference champions, the most during any decade-long span in the history of Stanford Wrestling. In only 10 years, Borrelli has also reached second on the program’s all-time coaching career wins. Furthermore, Borrelli ensures that achievement extends beyond athletics, as his wrestlers have placed in the top 16 GPA standings among all Division I programs since 2009.

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Bob Bowlsby

Commissioner, Big 12 Conference

Bob Bowlsby has spent his career raising the bar for American collegiate athletics. He was selected as the fourth full-time Commissioner of the Big 12 Conference in 2012. Before this role, Bowlsby spent 6 years at Stanford as an athletic department director, leading Stanford to win a record-breaking 17 consecutive Learfield Sports Directors Cups. Prior to his successes at Stanford, he served 22 years as Director of Athletics, first at University of Northern Iowa and then at University of Iowa, where he took charge of the merger of the Hawkeye men’s and women’s athletics.

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Brian Bulcke

Former Defensive Lineman, Toronto Argonauts, CFL

Brian Bulcke is a former CFL Defensive Lineman and concussion education advocate. With interests at the intersection of sports, technology and youth advocacy, Bulcke’s career has been dedicated to the advancement of sport innovation through community, research, and startup incubation. A former professional Canadian football defensive lineman, he was most recently a member of the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. Drafted sixth overall by the Edmonton Eskimos, Bulcke played the majority of his career with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats after time with the Calgary Stampeders and San Francisco 49ers. He holds 3 Grey Cup appearances, 2 CFL Most-Outstanding Nominations and consistent Team Captain and Leader honors. Bulcke holds a BA in Mechanical Engineering and MA in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University.

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Dr. David Camarillo

Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, Stanford University

Dr. David Camarillo is an Assistant Professor of Bioengineering and Mechanical Engineering, by courtesy, at Stanford University. Dr. Camarillo holds a B.S.E in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University, and a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford. Both his graduate work and industry experience were in medical device design, specifically the area of surgical robotics. His expertise is in instrumentation and biomechanics and his research interests include medical technology design over a broad range of applications from prevention of mild traumatic brain injury, prediction of embryo viability, and cardiovascular robotic surgery. He directs a National Institute of Health (NIH) funded laboratory at Stanford.

 

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Dr. Martin Carnoy

Vida Jacks Professor of Education and Economics, Stanford University

Martin Carnoy is the Vida Jacks Professor of Education and Economics at Stanford University. He writes on the economic value of education, on the underlying political economy of educational policy, and on the financing and resource allocation aspects of educational production. Much of his work is comparative and international, and investigates the impact of global economic and social change on the way educational systems are organized. He is the author of numerous books including, Sustaining the New Economy: Work, Family and Community in the Information Age (Harvard, 2000), The Charter School Dust-Up (co-author, 2005); Cuba’s Academic Advantage (2007), and Vouchers and Public School Performance (2007). He holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.

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Dr. James Chesnutt

Concussion Program Medical Director, Oregon Health & Science University

Dr. James Chesnutt is Medical Director of the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) Concussion Program. Board-certified in Sports Medicine, Dr. Chesnutt is Associate Professor of Family Medicine, Neurology, and Orthopedics & Rehabilitation and works with the Rebound Clinic as Team Physician for the Portland Trail Blazers. He is active in concussion research, legislation and education, serves as Co-Director of the Oregon Concussion Awareness and Management Program (OCAMP), is on the Oregon Governor’s TBI Task Force and advises the Oregon School Activities Association. A graduate of Stanford University, Dr. Chesnutt currently partners with Stanford on several academic and educational concussion projects.

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Dr. David Cifu

Associate Dean for Innovation and System Integration, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Dr. David Cifu is the Associate Dean for Innovation and System Integration, Herman J. Flax, MD Professor, and Chairman of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine and Health System. He is the Senior Traumatic Brain Injury Specialist for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and formerly served as National Director of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation for Veterans Health Administration from 2009 to 2015. Dr. Cifu is also the Principal Investigator of the Chronic Effects of Neurotrauma Consortium (CENC-LIMBIC), and has been funded on 46 research grants for over $240 million. He holds an MD from Boston University and completed his residency at Baylor College of Medicine.

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Jack Clark

Head Rugby Coach, University of California, Berkeley

Jack Clark has served as head coach for men’s varsity rugby at the University of California, Berkeley since 1984. His Golden Bears have won 27 national collegiate titles, producing 136 All-Americans and 47 full internationals on the U.S. National Team. Founder of the U.S. Collegiate All-American Team, Clark also served as head coach of the U.S. National Team, notching more victories in his tenure than any other U.S. coach. He is a member of the U.S. Rugby Hall of Fame and Cal Athletic Hall of Fame, and recipient of the Glenn T. Seaborg Award in honor of the former Chancellor and Nobel Prize winner. Clark was named a Pac-12 Living Legend and one of Cal’s Ten Most Influential Sports Figures of the 20th Century.

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Dr. Harvey Cohen

Deborah E. Addicott-John A. Kriewall and Elizabeth A. Haehl Family Professor in Pediatrics, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Harvey Cohen was appointed the first holder of the Deborah E. Addicott – John A. Kriewall and Betsy A. Haehl Family Professor in Pediatrics in February 2007, and the Katie and Paul Dougherty Medical Director of Palliative Care in August 2010. He was previously the Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at Stanford University. Dr. Cohen’s research interests extend from hypothesis-driven studies in biochemistry and cell biology to discovery-driven interests in proteomics and systems biology to clinical treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukemia of children.

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Malie Collins

Former Program Manager, Stanford Neurosurgical Simulation and Virtual Reality Center

Malie Collins is the former Program Manager at the Stanford Neurosurgical Simulation and Virtual Reality Center. She led the nation’s first virtual reality-enabled clinics for spine and functional neurosurgery at Stanford University School of Medicine. The medical virtual reality program creates 3D volumetric models from medical scans to provide insight into patient education and surgical planning. Her research examines the effects of virtual reality in neurosurgical clinic consultation. Specifically, she studied patient satisfaction and education for Deep Brain Stimulation. She was involved with developing the technology as used for patient interaction, medical education, and surgical training and planning. She holds an M.S. in Medical Sciences from Boston University School of Medicine and is currently pursuing an M.D. from Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine.

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Dr. John Corrigan

Director, Ohio Valley Center for Brain Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation

John D. Corrigan, PhD, is a Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Ohio State University and Director of the Ohio Valley Center for Brain Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation and directs the Ohio Brain Injury Program – the State of Ohio’s designated lead agency for brain injury policy and planning. Dr. Corrigan has received many awards for his service and research, including the Brain Injury Association of America’s William Fields Caveness Award, the 2007 Robert L. Moody Prize and the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine’s Gold Key Award.

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Dr. Daniel Daneshvar

Neuroscientist specializing in CTE, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Daniel Daneshvar conducts research on the long-term effects of repetitive head impacts, including chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). He has over 40 publications on CTE and traumatic brain injury, including a widely known study on 111 former NFL players’ brains. He also founded Team Up Against Concussions, the first scientifically validated concussion education program for kids. He is currently a resident at Stanford University in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He received a Bachelor of Sciences from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Brain and Cognitive Sciences, before completing his M.D./Ph.D. at Boston University. He joined the Boston University CTE Center in January 2009.

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Tara Danielson

Head Field Hockey Coach, Stanford University

Tara Danielson is the Head Coach of Stanford University’s Field Hockey team. She led the team to seven NCAA Tournament appearances in eight seasons. She has guided Stanford to four conference titles, including America East championships in 2016 and 2017. Coach Danielson is a four-time NorPac Coach of the Year recipient, and has coached seven All-Americans. Coach Danielson was a member of the USA Field Hockey National Team and Team USA’s National Indoor Field Hockey squad, competing in over 89 international events, including the World Cup. She has also served as the Chief Executive Officer of RUSH Field Hockey, Inc., a nonprofit public benefit corporation committed to the development of field hockey in California.

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Ashwini Doshi

Senior Manager, Deloitte & Touche, LLP

Ashwini Doshi was a senior manager at a Big Four professional services firm in New York City — Deloitte & Touche, LLP. She provided technology risk advisory services focused on Information Technology and business process controls and risk management in the financial services industry. She had worked on several projects related to information security risks, data migrations, and cloud computing. She held an M.S. in Management Science & Engineering from Stanford University. She passed away on December 1, 2017, but is fondly remembered for her brilliant mind and inspiring spirit.

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Dr. Rafiq Dossani

Director, RAND Center for Asia Pacific Policy

Dr. Rafiq Dossani is a Director of RAND Center for Asia Pacific Policy and Senior Economist at RAND Corporation. His research interests include technology policy, higher education and South Asian security & regionalism. Previously, Dr. Dossani was a senior research scholar at Stanford University’s Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center and Director of the Stanford Center for South Asia. He has authored/edited the following books: Higher Education: Triumph of the BRICs?; The Prospects for Peace in South Asia; and Telecommunications Reform in India. Dr. Dossani holds a B.A. in economics from St. Stephen’s College, New Delhi, India; an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, India; and a Ph.D. in finance from Northwestern University.

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Jené Elzie

Chief Growth Officer, Athletes First Partners

Jené Elzie is the Chief Growth Officer for Athletes First Partners, the exclusive sales and marketing agency of the NBA. With over two decades of experience as a global sports and entertainment executive, Elzie develops and implements growth strategies across international and other non-traditional revenue streams. Before this role, Elzie was the Vice President of International Marketing for the NBA, developing and managing international marketing endeavors. Elzie has held executive roles in NBC Universal International Television Distribution group and Comcast, and has spearheaded new global business initiatives for E!, TV One and Golf Channel. In addition, Elzie has served multiple organizations, including the Board of Governors of Stanford Associates, in an advisory role.

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David Esquer

Clarke and Elizabeth Nelson Director of Baseball, Stanford University

David Esquer was named Stanford’s Clarke and Elizabeth Nelson Director of Baseball in 2017. In Esquer’s first season back at his alma mater after 18 seasons as head coach at University of California, Berkeley, Stanford Cardinal baseball won its first Pac-12 Conference title since 2004. Esquer was named Pac-12 Coach of the Year, and his team matched the program record for the fewest losses. While coaching at Cal, he produced 13 All-Americans, led his players to five NCAA Regionals and the 2011 College World Series. In 2011, he was named the National Coach of the Year.

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Coby Fleener

Former Tight End, Indianapolis Colts, NFL

Coby Fleener is an NFL tight end who played his collegiate career with the Stanford Cardinal from 2008-2011 where he was named an All-American. Fleener was selected 34th overall by the Indianapolis Colts in the 2012 NFL Draft, and he played in Indianapolis for four years before playing for the New Orleans Saints from 2016 to 2018. Having been exposed to concussions throughout his football career, Fleener is dedicated to finding the best ways to make the game safer. He serves as an advisor to multiple startup companies, including SyncThink, a neurotechnology company that uses eye tracking to measure and treat concussions.

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Dr. Jamshid Ghajar

Founder and President, Brain Trauma Foundation

Dr. Jamshid Ghajar is a Clinical Professor of Neurosurgery and Director of the Stanford Concussion and Brain Performance Center. He is the Founder and President of the Brain Trauma Foundation, and serves as a fellow on the Committee on Trauma (American College of Surgeons). Under his leadership, the Stanford Concussion and Brain Performance Center aims to improve outcomes for TBI patients by developing best practice guidelines and education, and conducting clinical research. He invented several neurosurgical devices used around the world, and served as Chief of Neurosurgery at The Jamaica Hospital-Cornell Trauma Center in New York for 25 years. He holds an MD and Ph.D. from Cornell University Medical College.

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Shuman Ghosemajumder

Chief Technology Officer, Shape Security

Shuman Ghosemajumder is the Chief Technology Officer of Shape Security, a Kleiner Perkins and Google Ventures-backed startup that protects the world’s leading organizations against sophisticated cyberattacks. He previously led global product management for click fraud protection at Google, where his team protected and enabled the $20+ billion annual revenue pay-per-click AdWords business. He joined Google in 2003 as a product manager for AdSense, responsible for the improvement of its artificial intelligence-based ad targeting systems, and helped launch Gmail. He holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.

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Thom Glielmi

Men's Gymnastics Head Coach, Stanford University

Thom Glielmi is the Head Coach of Stanford Men’s Gymnastics team. He has guided the team to three NCAA Championships in 2009, 2011, and 2019 and top five finishes at the NCAA Championships for 14 consecutive seasons. During his tenure at Stanford, Coach Glielmi has mentored 10 NCAA Champions, 131 All-Americans and three Nissen-Emery Award recipients, college gymnastics’ highest honor. He is a three-time National Coach of the Year and three-time NCAA West Region Head Coach of the Year. In 2016, Coach Glielmi received the CGA Honor Coach Award, in recognition of his service in coaching and developing gymnastics for over 25 years. He served as the Team USA personal coach at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

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Dean Shelley Goldman

Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

Dean Shelley Goldman is the Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs at the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University. She is also a Professor of Learning Sciences & Technology Design at the School of Education and Professor of Mechanical Engineering (by courtesy). Her interest in educational anthropology drives her research on real-world contexts of learning. At Stanford’s d.school K-12 Lab, she leads a project to learn how to effectively implement design thinking as a tool for classroom learning. Dean Goldman is currently a principal investigator for the Stanford Education for Global HIV/AIDS, Infectious Disease, and Epidemics project. She holds an Ed.D. from Columbia University.

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Paul Goldstein

Taube Family Director of Men’s Tennis, Stanford University

Paul Goldstein hails from Rockville, Maryland. Goldstein began his career ranking among the top 10 junior players in the world and became the 1st player to win three consecutive national junior championships. He then helped lead Stanford to four straight NCAA team championships and was named Pac-10 Player of the Year in 1998. As a professional athlete, Goldstein was the highest ranked player in the world with a college degree for most of his career. During his tenure as Director of Men’s Tennis at Stanford, he has led the men’s team to an average of 19 wins per season, strengthening the renown of Stanford tennis.

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John Goodman

Operating Partner, Traub Celebrity

John Goodman is an Operating Partner at Traub Celebrity with a career that spans nearly 30 years in retail and apparel. He was the Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board of Directors at The Wet Seal, Inc., Executive Vice President of Home and Apparel at Sears Holding, Inc., Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board of Directors at Charlotte Russe Holding, Inc. and Chief Executive Officer of Mervyn’s LLC Department Stores. John also served as President of the Dockers Brand, Chief Apparel Office at Kmart Holding Corporation and held various executive positions over a 10 year period at Gap, Inc.

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Dick Gould

John L. Hinds Director of Tennis Emeritus, Stanford University

Dick Gould is the John L. Hinds Director of Tennis Emeritus at Stanford University. As head coach of Stanford Men’s Tennis for 38 years, he led the team to 17 NCAA Team Championships (top three among all NCAA coaches), 10 NCAA singles champions, and 7 NCAA doubles championship teams. Thirteen of his former players hold 72 Grand Slam championships (singles, doubles, mixed), including tennis legends John McEnroe, Mike Bryan, and Bob Bryan. Gould’s leadership and service have been recognized widely over the years, including by the U.S. Olympic Committee and U.S. Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) among many others.

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Dr. Gerald Grant

Division Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Gerald Grant is Division Chief for Pediatric Neurosurgery at the Stanford Medical Center. He directs a Blood-brain Barrier Translational Laboratory focusing on enhancing drug delivery to brain tumors in children. He is committed to the treatment of children with intractable epilepsy and is an expert at state-of-the-art brain mapping techniques and awake language mapping in epilepsy patient. Dr. Grant serves as a Section Editor for Neurosurgery, an Education Chair for the American Society of Pediatric Neurosurgery, and a fellow on the Committee on Trauma (American College of Surgeons). He holds an MD from Stanford University School of Medicine.

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Wylie Greig

Advisor and Former President, One World Children’s Fund

Wylie Greig is currently on the Advisory Council and was formerly the President of One World Children’s Fund where he focuses on its internal organization and operations. His interest in grassroots economic and social development began as a volunteer for the Peace Corps in India during 1966-68. He also worked for CARE, Inc. stationed in India, Afghanistan and Jordan. He retired from Deutsche Bank in 2006 as a Managing Director of Real Estate Infrastructure and Private Equity, its global real estate management arm. He currently advises international and domestic real estate investment management businesses. He holds a Masters degree in City Planning from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. from the Wharton School.

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Jeremy Gunn

The Knowles Family Director of Men’s Soccer, Stanford University

Jeremy Gunn is The Knowles Family Director of Men’s Soccer at Stanford University. He led the team to three consecutive NCAA championships, and his teams have reached the College Cup final four times in the past seven years. Under his leadership, Stanford has also won Pac-12 titles each of the past four years. Coach Gunn was awarded Pac-12 Coach of the Year following each of those seasons. He is a recipient of the National Men’s Coach of the Year awarded by Top Drawer Soccer in 2017 and United Soccer Coaches Far West Region Coach of the Year honors in 2014 and 2015. Coach Gunn and his team were also collectively named the 2017 National Staff of the Year by United Soccer Coaches.

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Jerod Haase

Anne and Tony Joseph Director of Men's Basketball, Stanford University

Jerod Haase is Stanford University’s Anne and Tony Joseph Director of Men’s Basketball. After four successful seasons as the Head Coach at University of Alabama at Birmingham, Jerod Haase was appointed Stanford’s 18th men’s basketball coach in for the 2016-17 season. In only his second season at The Farm, Coach Haase guided the Cardinal to a third-place finish in the Pac-12 with 11 conference wins, the program’s highest finish and most league victories in 10 seasons. Under Coach Haase, Stanford’s 2017 recruiting class was regarded as on best in school history as well as rated a top-10 class nationally by many, while the 2018 class is again rated among the best in the nation.

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Dr. Brian Hainline

Chief Medical Officer, NCAA

Brian Hainline, M.D., is Chief Medical Officer of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and Clinical Professor of Neurology at NYU School of Medicine and Indiana University School of Medicine. As the NCAA’s first Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Hainline oversees the NCAA Sport Science Institute, a national center of excellence whose mission is to promote and develop safety, excellence, and wellness in college student-athletes, and to foster life-long physical and mental development. The NCAA Sport Science Institute works collaboratively with member institutions and centers of excellence across the United States. For over 30 years, Dr. Hainline has been actively involved in sports medicine, including serving as Chief Medical Officer of the US Open Tennis Championships and the United States Tennis Association. He is co-author of Drugs and the Athlete, and played a pivotal role in the rollout of drug testing and education worldwide. He is currently chair of the American Academy of Neurology’s Sports Neurology Section.

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Kevin Hambly

Director of Women's Volleyball, Stanford University

Kevin Hambly was named the head coach for the Stanford Cardinal in early 2017. During his first two seasons, Hambly led his team to the Pac-12 Conference Title and had five athletes named AVCA All-Americans. By his second season, Hambly and the Cardinal clinched the National Championship. Prior to arriving on The Farm, Hambly was the head coach at Illinois for eight seasons where he led the Illini to six NCAA regional appearances and the 2011 national title match. He also spent time as an assistant coach at Illinois, UNLV, and for the U.S. National Team.

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Dr. Odette Harris

Professor of Neurosurgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Odette Harris is a Professor of Neurosurgery at Stanford University School of Medicine and Director of Brain Injury for Stanford Medical Center. Dr Harris manages and coordinates the medical and surgical care of all patients suffering from traumatic brain injury that are admitted to the Stanford System. Dr. Harris is the Deputy Chief of Staff at the Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System, which includes responsibilities for the varied programs of the Polytrauma System of Care, Spinal Cord Injury, Blind Rehabilitation Services and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Harris has authored several scientific articles and books, is a member of several Editorial Boards and National Committees, and has won numerous academic, research and humanitarian awards including the Congress of Neurological Surgeons Clinical Fellowship Award, the American Association of Neurological Surgeons Spinal Cord/Spinal Column Injury Award and the Western Neurosurgical Society Resident Award for research on minor traumatic brain injury.  Dr. Harris is a Fellow of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons and a member of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons. Dr. Odette Harris is a Medical Advisor to TeachAids.

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Dean Theresa Hernández

Associate Dean for Research, Arts and Science, University of Colorado, Boulder

Dean Theresa Hernández is the Associate Dean for Research, Arts and Science and a Professor in the Departments of Psychology & Neuroscience and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at the University of Colorado, Boulder. She has studied traumatic brain injury (TBI) since 1985 using basic and clinical neuroscience methods aimed at optimizing recovery and functional outcome in Veterans, civilians and athletes, by reducing the impact of stress and promoting psychological health. Her work is supported by the Pac-12 to optimize student-athlete health and well-being, as well as concussion assessment and recovery.  Dean Hernández also works in partnership with the Wardenburg Concussion Team at CU Boulder to develop ways to enhance campus-wide concussion education, awareness and understanding.

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Mike Izzi

Director of Athletics, California State University at Northridge

Mike Izzi is a veteran athletics leader who has more than 20 years of experience in NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletics and sports administration. He currently serves as the Director of Athletics, California State University at Northridge where he is responsible for CSUN’s NCAA Division I athletic program that includes more than 350 student-athletes on eight men’s and 11 women’s teams. Izzi formerly served as the Director of Athletics at UC Irvine, where he oversaw the Anteaters’ 18-sport intercollegiate athletics program.

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Dr. Seble Kassaye

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Infectious Diseases, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Seble Kassaye is trained in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Infectious Diseases, and Epidemiology. Her research interests include issues related to mother-to-child transmission, HIV prevention, drug resistance, and the monitoring of HIV treatment. She has worked as an instructor of Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine at Stanford University and has practiced medicine as an Infectious Diseases physician at Stanford Hospital and the San Mateo County Medical Center. She is now working as a Senior Research Officer at the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. She received her M.S. in Epidemiology from Stanford University and her M.D. from the University of Chicago.

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Dr. David Katzenstein

Professor of Infectious Diseases Emeritus, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. David Katzenstein is a Professor of Infectious Diseases Emeritus at the Stanford School of Medicine. He co-founded and is currently the Principal Investigator of the Zimbabwe AIDS Prevention Project, a community-based research organization. He conducts HIV-related research throughout the United States, Africa, and Asia. His recent laboratory and clinical efforts span the AIDS Clinical Trials Group and HIV Prevention Trials Network. He is focused on prevention of viral evolution, mother-to-child-transmission, and drug resistance in the context of scaling-up antiretroviral drug treatment for AIDS in Africa and Asia. He holds an M.D. from the University of California San Diego School of Medicine.

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Aparna Khare

Speech Scientist, Amazon

Aparna Khare is a Speech Scientist at Amazon working on speech and language technologies. She was part of the science team that launched the Amazon Echo, a first of its kind speaker that uses far field speech recognition. Prior to that, she was a software engineer at Cisco where she worked on developing a speaker identification system. At TeachAids, she manages several programming elements and supported in the development and launch of 14 animated software versions. She is an active member of the Stanford chapter of Asha for Education, a nonprofit focused on bringing about socio-economic change in India by means of education. She holds an M.S. from Texas A&M University.

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Dr. Paul Kim

Chief Technology Officer and Assistant Dean, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

Dr. Paul Kim is the Chief Technology Officer and Assistant Dean of the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University. He has been leading various academic technology initiatives and teaching graduate level courses related to learning technology and digital innovations at Stanford since 2001. His courses focus on contextualized innovations in education, mobile empowerment design, and enterprising higher education systems. He is currently one of leading researchers for Programmable Open Mobile Internet, a National Science Foundation project to develop and evaluate wireless mobile computing and interactive systems for K-20 learning and assessment scenarios. He received his Ph.D. in Educational Technology from the University of Southern California.

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Ted Knapp

Former Director of Men's Swimming, Stanford University

Ted Knapp is the former Goldman Family Director of Men’s Swimming at Stanford University. In his 34 seasons with the Stanford Men’s Swimming program, Knapp played an influential role at The Farm, capturing seven NCAA championships and a conference title for 30 of the 34 season’s he served as an assistant, associate head coach and now head coach with the program. Knapp trained 10 individual swimmers who set 20 world records and 19 Olympians representing eight countries at the Summer Games. In his first three seasons as Head Coach, the Cardinal finished in the top-10 at the NCAA Championships for the 35th consecutive year. Coach Knapp served as the men’s manager to the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team.

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Dr. Cheryl Koopman

Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Emerita, Stanford University

Dr. Cheryl Koopman was the Research Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Emerita at Stanford University. She wrote numerous publications focused on psychological consequences of highly stressful events and on evaluating the effects of educational and mental health interventions. Her research emphasized HIV-related attitudes, risk behavior, and quality of life among gay and runaway adolescents, HIV-positive men and women, and others in numerous countries, including India, China, Haiti, Botswana, Kenya, South Africa, and Malawi. She held a Ph.D. in educational psychology from the University of Virginia.

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Marie Kagaju Laugharn

Former Political Affairs Officer, The Hague

Marie Kagaju Laugharn is a member of the Seeds of Empowerment at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education. The project is dedicated to adapting technological advances for international development. While at Stanford, Laugharn lectures on governance and HIV/AIDS in Africa. Previously, she worked as a Political Affairs Officer at the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons at The Haguge, Netherlands. At the United Nations Development Programme in Mali, Laugharn managed projects on governance, elections, and peace-building. She received her M.A. in English from the Université Nationale du Rwanda and her Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Lycée Notre Dame de Citeaux in Kigali, Rwanda.

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Dr. Young Sung Lee

Lead, Korean Medical Research Information Center

Dr. Young Sung Lee, has been leading the Korean Medical Research Information Center, a Ministry of Education, Science and Technology funded organization, focusing on R&D in medical informatics, virtual reality-based medical training, and health communication and promotion policies and programs. Dr. Lee is Professor of College of Medicine at Chungbuk National University and was a visiting scholar at Stanford University Medical Media and Information Technology. He has led many global health literacy initiatives covering diseases such as AIDS, Avian Influenza, cancer, and other diseases. He was a member of the Committee on Cutting-edge Converging and Interdisciplinary Technologies, National Science and Technology Council, the Nation’s highest decision-making body on science and technology policies under the President of Republic of Korea.

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Sarah Lewis

Mobile Research and Development Advisor

Sarah Lewis designs and develops mobile learning technologies and research programs for classrooms, informal learning contexts, and larger networked collaborations. She built interactive TeachAids applications for mobile devices and directs new research efforts to study heath education in mobile contexts. A Ph.D. candidate in Learning Sciences Technology Design in the Stanford School of Education, she also conducts research in the Computer Science department at Stanford on mobile technologies to support science classrooms. She holds a Masters in Education from Stanford, and a B.A. in African History from Dartmouth College.

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Sara Lowe

Founder, Sara Lilly Advising

Sara Lowe was the head coach of the Stanford Synchronized Swim Team for six years, leading the team to two national championship titles and five runner-up finishes. During Coach Lowe’s tenure, 20 Collegiate All-Americans and 20 Academic All-Americans graduated from her team. She also served as a representative on the Board of Directors for USA Synchro and the USOC Athlete Advisory Council. Before her coaching career began, Lowe received a bronze medal in the 2004 Olympic Games and graduated in 2008 from Stanford University with four national championship titles. Moving forward, she aims to support young student-athletes in pursuit of long-term goals both in the classroom and in their sport.

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Ronnie Lott

Professional Football Hall of Fame and Super Bowl MVP

Ronnie Lott is a former NFL Player, 2000 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee, and four-time Super Bowl Champion. He is one of the most accomplished football safeties of all time and played fourteen seasons with the league. He holds a number of awards, including All-Pro eight times, All-AFC once, and All-NFC six times. Lott played for the University of Southern California and was honored as a consensus All-American. In 1995, he was inducted into to the USC Athletic Hall of Fame. By founding All Stars Helping Kids, Lott made a commitment to giving back to his community by supporting disadvantaged youth in the Bay Area and across the nation.

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Dr. Angela Lumba-Brown

Co-Director, Stanford Concussion and Brain Performance Center

Dr. Angela Lumba-Brown is a pediatric emergency medicine physician with expertise in traumatic brain injury and neurocritical emergencies. She is the Co-Director of the Stanford Brain Trauma Evidence-Based Consortium, and has also served as the Chair of the Committee for the Future, Section on Emergency Medicine of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She completed her MD at St. George’s University Medical School and Pediatric Residency from New York Medical College’s Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital. She is board-certified by the American Pediatric Association in both General Pediatrics and Pediatric Emergency Medicine, and is an alumna of the University of California San Diego Rady Children’s Hospital fellowship in Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Dr. Lumba-Brown is a Medical Advisor to TeachAids.

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Dr. William Maloney

Chair of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. William Maloney has served as the Chair of Orthopedic Surgery at the Stanford University Medical Center for over 10 years and is the Boswell Professor in Orthopedic Surgery. Focused on failures in surgical joint replacement, his research has paved the way for improvements in joint replacement surgery strategies and earned awards from the Hip Society. A member of the Central Program Committee of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, Dr. Maloney serves as the chair of national organizations including the National Hip and Knee Registry Workgroup of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. He completed his medical education at Columbia University and residency at Stanford University.

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Dr. Gordon Matheson

Professor Emeritus of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Gordon Matheson is Professor Emeritus at the Stanford University School of Medicine. At Stanford he practiced sports medicine, taught undergraduate courses and had an active research program with 200 publications and 250 lectures in 16 countries. He founded the Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, chaired the Board Governance Committee for the International Justice Mission, was an expert for the World Anti-Doping Agency, and headed the International Olympic Committee Disease Prevention Working Group. At Stanford, Dr. Matheson served as a member of the Medical Senate, created the Division of Sports Medicine, and was a member of the Medical School Admissions Committee. Dr. Matheson has been Team Physician for Stanford teams, the Canadian Olympic Hockey Team, the Vancouver Canucks (NHL), and the Golden State Warriors (NBA). He is currently a healthcare consultant.

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Scott McRoberts

Director of Athletics, University of Guelph

Scott McRoberts is the Director of Athletics at the University of Guelph and founding Associate Director of the International Institute for Sport Business and Leadership in the College of Business and Economics. McRoberts is a respected leader who believes in sport’s power to shape communities and develop individuals of all ages. McRoberts comes to the University of Guelph following previous positions at the University of Toronto, Stanford University, the University of San Francisco, San Jose State University, the City of San Francisco, and the Niagara Sport Commission. McRoberts has spent 16 years in Athletics and Recreation and event management, working towards an integrated vision of student engagement, athletic excellence, and innovative programming. He has led a number of organizations through change and has managed capital infrastructure investments totaling more than $250 million.

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Greg Meehan

Paul A. Violich Director of Women’s Swimming, Stanford University

Greg Meehan is the Paul A. Violich Director of Women’s Swimming at Stanford. With six years of experience in this role, he has been named NCAA Swimming Coach of the Year three times, and Pac-12 Coach of the Year four times. Stanford won consecutive national championships in 2017 and 2018 under Meehan, and his Cardinal swimmers have combined for 232 All-America honors. Meehan has led the Cardinal to four undefeated regular seasons and a 47-4 dual meet record. In 2018, Stanford tied the all-time record for NCAA Championship event victories. Beyond Stanford, Meehan coached three Olympians and one Paralympian, and served Team USA as an assistant coach at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. Meehan is a coach for the 2020 Team USA women’s swimming Olympic Team.

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Chris Miltenberg

Director of Track and Field and Cross Country, University of North Carolina

Chris Miltenberg became the Director of Track and Field and Cross Country at University of North Carolina in June 2019 after serving as Stanford’s Franklin P. Johnson Director of Track and Field and men’s cross country coach for seven years. Miltenberg is a two-time Pac-12 Coach of the Year and his Stanford’s cross country teams have combined for two Pac-12 championships, four region titles, six NCAA podium finishes and 14 NCAA team appearances. Miltenberg has coached 59 Stanford All-Americans, and under his leadership, the Stanford women received the Terry Crawford Program of the Year Award in June 2018. In fact, no other school reached the top three Program of the Year rankings in both men’s and women’s categories that year. Before arriving at Stanford, Miltenberg coached at Georgetown University and Columbia University.

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Festus Mogae

Former President, Botswana

His Excellency Festus Mogae was President of Botswana from 1998 to 2008. Under his leadership, Botswana experienced steady economic growth that characterized its post-independence history. President Mogae has won international praise for his indelible efforts to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Botswana. He is credited as one of the first heads of state in the world to get publicly tested for HIV. Under his administration, Botswana became the first country in Africa to provide free anti-retroviral therapy to citizens most in need. President Mogae has received a number of international awards, including the 2008 Mo Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership and the Grand Cross of the Legion d’honneur by former French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

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Bernard Muir

The Jaquish & Kenninger Director of Athletics, Stanford University

Bernard Muir is The Jaquish & Kenninger Director of Athletics. In his six seasons as Director of Athletics, The Cardinal secured its 24th consecutive Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup, and became the 1st school in NCAA history to win both the Men’s and Women’s Capital One Cup. Stanford teams have won at least one NCAA championship in each of the past 42 years. During Director Muir’s tenure, Stanford has won 14 NCAA championships, bringing its total to 117. Muir is a recipient of the NCAA’s prestigious Silver Anniversary Award.

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Dr. Gary Mukai

Director, Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE)

Dr. Gary Mukai is the director of the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE), Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University. SPICE focuses its work in three areas: curriculum development for elementary and secondary schools; teacher professional development; and distance learning education. Before joining SPICE in 1988, he was a school teacher in Japan and California for ten years. In honor of his cross-cultural international work, the Japanese government awarded him with the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Rays. He is a graduate of U.C. Berkeley and Stanford University.

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Anne Firth Murray

Founder, Global Fund for Women

Anne Firth Murray is the founder of the Global Fund for Women, a grant-making foundation that has distributed over $61 million for advancing the rights of women and girls in 167 countries. She is the author of two books: From Outrage to Courage: Women Taking Action for Health and Justice and Paradigm Found: Leading and Managing for Positive Change. She has served on the boards of numerous organizations, including the African Women’s Development Fund, and as the chair of the Global Justice Center. In 2005, she was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize as a member of a group of women dedicated to social justice and peace.

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Kamran Naim

Director of Partnerships and Initiatives, Annual Reviews

Kamran Naim is Director of Partnerships and Initiatives for the non-profit publisher Annual Reviews in Palo Alto, California, and the Executive Director of the UK-based non-profit, the Network for Information and Digital Access. Naim has a portfolio of extensive international experience, working for the U.S. Department of State, USAID, National Academies and World Bank programs to support global scientific capacity building through broader access and visibility of research. He is currently a doctoral researcher and educator at the Stanford University Graduate School of Education and holds a Masters Degree in International Science and Technology Policy from the Elliott School of International Affairs of the George Washington University.

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Dr. Clifford Nass

Thomas M. Storke Professor, Stanford University

Dr. Clifford Nass was the Thomas M. Storke Professor at Stanford University, with appointments in Communication, Computer Science, Education, Law, and Sociology. He was also director of the Communication between Humans and Interactive Media Lab and co-director of the Kozmetsky Global Collaboratory. He is the creator of the Computers Are Social Actors paradigm, and the author of three books – The Media Equation, Wired for Speech, and The Man Who Lied to His Laptop – as well as over 125 papers on social-psychological aspects of human-technology interaction and non-parametric statistics. He passed away on November 2, 2013, but his legacy lives on in his work.

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Dr. Chris Nowinski

Co-Founder and CEO, Concussion Legacy Foundation

Dr. Chris Nowinski is the founding CEO of the Concussion Legacy Foundation, a non-profit whose mission is to support athletes, Veterans, and all affected by concussions and CTE; achieve smarter sports and safer athletes through education and innovation; and to end CTE through prevention and research. Nowinski co-founded the Boston University CTE Center, where he earned his Ph.D. in Behavioral Neuroscience. He has authored 25 medical journal articles and the critically acclaimed book Head Games: The Global Concussion CrisisHe was as an All-Ivy defensive tackle for the Harvard University football team before becoming a professional wrestler with WWEDr. Nowinski’s own resulting concussion experiences inspired his since tireless dedication to brain injury prevention.

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Jennifer Orr

Founder and CEO, EyeWords

Jennifer Orr is the Founder and CEO of EyeWords, an ed-tech firm based in Ontario, Canada. EyeWords designs and develops evidence-based, multi-sensory literacy materials for general classroom use and delivers teacher professional development on differentiated literacy instruction for kindergarten students and struggling readers. Orr has 19 years of classroom experience and is currently a Teacher on Special Assignment with Thames Valley District School Board where she creates and delivers professional development, provides classroom consultation and designs visual resources for differentiated programming. She holds a B.A. and B.Ed. in Education and Teaching Specialists in Early Literacy and Special Education from the University of Western Ontario.

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Dr. Douglas Owens

Director of the Center for Health Policy, Stanford University

Dr. Douglas Owens is the Henry J. Kaiser, Jr. Professor, and Director of the Center for Health Policy and of the Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research at Stanford University and Stanford Medicine. Dr. Owens is a Professor of Medicine. He is also by courtesy Professor of Health Research and Policy, and Professor of Management Science and Engineering. Dr. Owens is the Vice-Chairperson of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force. His research focuses on preventive and therapeutic interventions for various illnesses, including HIV and AIDS. Dr. Owens is a general internist and received an MS from Stanford University and MD from UCSF.

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Prof. Roy Pea

David Jacks Professor of Education and the Learning Sciences, Stanford University

Prof. Roy Pea is David Jacks Professor of Education and the Learning Sciences at Stanford University, Co-PI of the LIFE Center and Co-Director of the Human Sciences and Technologies Advanced Research (H-STAR) Institute. He has published widely on K-12 learning and education, especially in STEM fostered by advanced technologies. He is co-author of the 2010 National Education Technology Plan for the US Department of Education. In 2004-2005, he was President of the International Society for the Learning Sciences. He also served from 1999-2009 as a Director for Teachscape, a company he co-founded with CEO Mark Atkinson. He received his doctorate in developmental psychology from Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar.

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Jim Plunkett

Heisman Trophy Winner and Super Bowl MVP

Jim Plunkett is a former NFL player, with sixteen seasons as a quarterback. Plunkett led the Oakland Raiders to two Super Bowl victories. Plunkett was selected by the New England Patriots as the first overall pick in the 1971 NFL Draft and also played for the San Francisco 49ers. Plunkett was named MVP at Super Bowl XV. He is a Heisman Trophy winner, playing for Stanford University. Plunkett received the Maxwell Award for the nation’s best player and was named player of the year by United Press International, The Sporting News, and SPORT magazine.

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Rob Poulos

Head Football Coach, Sequoia High School

Rob Poulos has worked as a varsity football head coach for nine years at Sequoia High School. The San Francisco 49ers named Poulos the Charlie Wedemeyer Memorial High School Coach of the Week in 2011. Before his role as a head coach, he served as Sequoia High’s Athletic Director, overseeing more than 20 different sports programs. Poulos has been an assistant or head coach in both football and track for over 20 years. Double credentialed in Social Studies and Physical Education, Poulos is also a high school teacher, having taught everything from AP Psychology and IB History of the Americas to PE Weight Training. He has a BA in History from UC Davis and is pursuing a master’s degree in athletic administration.

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Nimmagadda Prasad

Founder, Matrix Laboratories

Nimmagadda Prasad is the Founder of Matrix Laboratories, a pharmaceutical company based in Hyderabad, India. With his dynamic entrepreneurial initiatives, Prasad transformed Matrix into one of India’s major pharmaceutical companies. Matrix is now a part of Mylan, the world’s third-largest generic pharmaceutical company. Matrix launched “Project Hope” in 2003 to develop cost-effective medicines for HIV/AIDS treatment. Matrix signed two historic agreements with the Clinton Foundation through their Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative (CHAI). Matrix currently provides medication to about 35% of HIV/AIDS patients in the developing world. Prasad created and funded the Nimmagadda Foundation to support institutions that work in facilitating healthcare, education, and empowerment. He serves on the Executive Board of the Indian School of Business (ISB).

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Barbara Pugliese

Chief Financial Officer, Stanford Alumni Association

Barbara Pugliese is the Chief Financial Officer for the Stanford Alumni Association where she oversees finance, business planning, and administrative functions and manages the Travel/Study, Membership and Partnership, and Stanford Sierra programs. Prior to joining Stanford, she served as COO for a social services agency providing mental health, substance abuse, and domestic violence prevention services in Santa Clara county and as CFO for a start-up high school. Before entering the non-profit arena, she focused on corporate strategy and finance as a consultant at Marakon Associates and as a director at Vodafone Airtouch. She holds a BA in Economics from Middlebury College and an M.S., Management from the M.I.T. Sloan School of Management.

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Paul Ratcliffe

Knowles Family Director of Women's Soccer, Stanford University

Paul Ratcliffe is The Knowles Family Director of Women’s Soccer. He has led the Stanford women’s soccer program for 15 seasons. During Coach Ratcliffe’s tenure, he has directed the team to two national championships, reach four NCAA finals, win seven Pac-12 titles, and participate in seven College Cups. His former player and senior captain, Andi Sullivan, was awarded the MAC Hermann Trophy as the best player in college soccer. In recognition of his leadership, Coach Ratcliffe has been named Pac-12 Coach of the Year a record eight times. He is also a three-time NSCAA National Coach of the Year.

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Ted Robinson

Sportscaster

Sportscaster Ted Robinson is a two-time Emmy Award winner with over three decades of broadcast experience. He served as the radio voice of the San Francisco 49ers from 2009 to 2018. Robinson has served as an announcer for NBC’s coverage of the Olympics since 2000. A host and commentator of the Tennis Channel, Robinson has also anchored the US Open for over 20 years with tennis legend John McEnroe. His other roles have included announcing for college football and basketball, professional swimming and diving, and triathlons at NBC, as well as broadcasting for Major League Baseball teams.

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Dr. George Rutherford

Director of the Prevention and Public Health Group, UCSF

Dr. George Rutherford is the Director for the Institute for Global Health, the Salvatore Pablo Lucia Professor of Epidemiology, Preventive Medicine and Pediatrics, and the head of the Division of Prevention Medicine and Public Health in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics in the School of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco. He is also Professor of Pediatrics and of Family and Community Medicine and Adjunct Professor of Epidemiology and Health Administration at the School of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley. Educated at Stanford University and the Duke University School of Medicine, Dr. Rutherford is board certified in pediatrics and in general preventive medicine and public health, and has spent the majority of his professional career in public health practice, with a primary emphasis on the epidemiology and control of communicable diseases.

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Prof. Joel Samoff

African Studies Adjunct Professor, Stanford University

Prof. Joel Samoff is Adjunct Professor of Humanities and Sciences and the Center for African Studies at Stanford University. With a background in history, political science, and education, he researches and teaches about education and development. Concerned with public policy as well as research, and especially with the links between them, Prof. Samoff works regularly with UNESCO and international aid agencies involved in African education as a researcher and policy advisor. He has served as the principal advisor for the Joint Evaluation of External Support to Basic Education. He is an Advisory Editor for the International Journal of Educational Development and serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Educational Research in Africa and the Southern Africa Review of Education.

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Dr. Lee Sanders

Division Chief of General Pediatrics, Stanford University School of Medicine

Lee M. Sanders, MD, MPH is Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Co-Director of the Center for Policy, Outcomes and Prevention (CPOP), and Division Chief for General Pediatrics at Stanford University. Dr. Sanders is a national expert in the fields of health literacy and health disparities. With funding from the NIH, CDC, and other national agencies and foundations — Dr. Sanders directs the Stanford Health Literacy Lab, which aims to address child disparities (including obesity, chronic illness, and educational achievement), by reimagining primary-care and community systems to support parents and families. Through this lab, Dr. Sanders also leads multi-disciplinary teams that provide analytic guidance to public policy at the local, state and national levels. He has served as an advisor to several national agencies, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Cancer Society, the Institute of Medicine, the CDC, and the FDA. At Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital and the Gardner Packard Children’s Health Center, he provides primary care to children with medical and/or social complexity.

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Dan Schemmel

The Goldman Family Director of Men's Swimming, Stanford University

Dan Schemmel was named Director and Head Coach of Stanford Men’s swimming program in May 2019. Schemmel arrived at Stanford after serving as head coach of both the men’s and women’s programs at the University of Hawai’i for three seasons. The women’s program at Hawai’i won the MPSF conference championship in each of his three seasons and the men’s team won their first conference championship title since 2006. Coach Schemmel was also named MPSF coach of the year all three years. Under his leadership, Hawai’i produced a combined 57 individual conference champions, 42 school records, 20 conference records and 6 All-Americans.

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Betsy Scolnik

Former President of Digital Media, National Geographic

Betsy Scolnik is the founder of Scolnik Enterprises, where she has consulted on digital business and communications for major philanthropic and commercial media organizations including Stand Up To Cancer, The Streisand Foundation, The Paley Center for Media, TED, and Wolf Films/Law & OrderLaw, and more.  Previously Betsy was the Director of Content and Distribution for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the President of Digital Media for National Geographic. She held senior roles at AOL Time Warner and Xerox. Scolnik also sits on the board of Consumer Reports and Women’s March Global.

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Larry Scott

Commissioner, Pac-12 Conference

Larry Scott is the Commissioner of the Pac-12 Conference. Throughout his career as a student-athlete, professional tennis player, and sports executive, Scott has been a game changer: a bold, innovative leader with a vision for transformative change — from expansion and revitalization of the Pac-12 to equal prize money at Wimbledon. Prior to joining the Pac-12, Scott served as CEO of the Women’s Tennis Association as well as COO of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP Tour). Scott serves on several boards inside and outside of intercollegiate athletics, including the 150th Anniversary of College Football, College Football Playoff Management Committee, the Rose Bowl Management Committee, the Anti-Defamation League, and the Women’s Sports Foundation. Scott graduated from Harvard University with a BA degree in 1986. Commissioner Scott’s firm belief that sport has the power to be a force for positive change has been the hallmark of his career.

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Prof. Tina Seelig

Executive Director, Stanford Technology Ventures Program

Prof. Tina Seelig is the Executive Director for the Stanford Technology Ventures Program. She teaches courses on creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship in the Management Science and Engineering department, and within the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford. Prof. Seelig has won several awards, including the 2009 Gordon Prize from the National Academy of Engineering, recognizing her as a national leader in engineering education. Her latest books are Insight Out: Get Ideas Out of Your Head and Into the World, and Creativity Rules: Get Ideas Out of Your Head and into the World. She has a Ph.D. from Stanford University Medical School where she studied Neuroscience.

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David Shaw

Bradford M. Freeman Director of Football, Stanford University

David Shaw is the Bradford M. Freeman Director of Football at Stanford University. He is the most successful football coach in Stanford history with 72 victories. Recipient of The Dodd Trophy, college football’s most coveted coaching award, Coach Shaw was also named Pac-12 Conference coach of the year three times and 2015 AFCA Regional Coach of the Year. He has led the Cardinal to three Pac-12 titles in the past five seasons and a pair of Rose Bowl wins. Prior to Stanford, Coach Shaw coached for NFL teams including the Philadelphia Eagles, Oakland Raiders, and Baltimore Ravens.

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Prof. Robert Siegel

Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, Stanford University

Prof. Robert Siegel is a Professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, the Center of African Studies, and the Program in Human Biology at Stanford University. He is the Director of the Preclinical Infectious Disease Curriculum and was one of the original Co-directors of Global Health Scholarly Concentration at Stanford Medical School. His research explores medical education and curriculum development, particularly pertaining to infectious disease, virology, HIV, and molecular biology. He has received many awards for his dedication to research and teaching, including the Gores Award for Excellence in Teaching. He has a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and an M.D. and Master’s in Education from Stanford University.

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Rachel Sklar

Founder and CEO, TheLi.st

Rachel Sklar is a writer and social entrepreneur based in New York. She is the co-founder of Change The Ratio and TheLi.st, which increase visibility and opportunity for women in tech and new media. A former lawyer who writes about media, politics, culture and technology, she was a founding editor at Mediaite and the Huffington Post. Sklar is a TechStars mentor and an advisor to several startups, including Vox Media, Siftee, Lover.ly, and more. She was named to the Silicon Alley 100 in 2009, 2010 and 2011, FastCompany’s “League of Extraordinary Women” and has earned numerous honors and awards for her writing. Sklar graduated with honors from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, where she was valedictorian.

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Dr. Piya Sorcar

Lecturer, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

Dr. Piya Sorcar is the Founder and CEO of TeachAids, a Lecturer at Stanford’s Graduate School of Education, and an Adjunct Affiliate at Stanford’s School of Medicine. She leads a team of world experts in medicine, public health, and education to develop software that solves numerous persistent problems in global health education. She sits on the Executive Board of The Tech Awards in Silicon Valley and has spoken at leading universities including Columbia, MIT, and Yale. She holds a Ph.D. in Learning Sciences and Technology Design from Stanford University. In 2011, MIT Technology Review named her to its TR35 list of the top 35 innovators in the world under 35. In 2016, she became the youngest recipient of Stanford’s Alumni Excellence in Education Award.

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Dr. Randall Stafford

Professor of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Randall Stafford is a Professor of Medicine and the Director of the Program on Prevention Outcomes and Practices at Stanford University. He is trained in both Internal Medicine and Epidemiology. Before coming to Stanford in 2001, he was on the faculty of Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital. His research focuses on: evaluating the quality and cost-effectiveness of how chronic disease medications are used; conducting randomized clinical trials testing the efficacy of online prevention tools and nurse case-management; and performing comparative effectiveness research, including the formulation of related health care policy.

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Dr. Timothy Stanton

Director, Bing Overseas Studies Program in South Africa, Stanford University

Dr. Timothy Stanton serves as Director of the Public Service Medical Scholars Program (PriSMS) and Stanford University Bing Overseas Studies Program in Cape Town. Furthermore, as Lecturer in Health Research Policy in the School of Medicine at Stanford, he focuses on public decision-making in local areas and the process and practice of community service. He also consults extensively in service-learning program development and assessment for organizations such as the National Commission on Resources for Youth, U.S. Department of Education, and Campus Compact. Stanton’s current research interests focus on student and faculty development related to service-learning.

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Dr. Gary Steinberg

Chair of Neurosurgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Gary Steinberg is the Chair of Neurosurgery, Director of the Stanford Moyamoya Center, and the founder and Co-Director of the Stanford Stroke Center. As a cerebrovascular and skull base neurosurgeon, he specializes in treating brain aneurysms, moyamoya disease, brain and spinal AVMs and other vascular malformations, carotid artery disease, meningiomas, skull base tumors, stroke, and hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia. Dr. Steinberg has practiced neurosurgery at Stanford for more than 31 years. He has pioneered microsurgical techniques to repair intracranial vascular malformations and certain aneurysms that were previously considered untreatable. He has also refined revascularization techniques for patients with cerebrovascular arterial occlusions, as well as moyamoya disease.

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Dr. Michael Stuart

Chief Medical and Safety Officer, USA Hockey

Michael J. Stuart, M.D., is a Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Chair of the Division of Sports Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Dr. Stuart is the Co-Director of Sports Medicine and Chair of the Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine Specialty Council. He is also the Chief Medical and Safety Officer for USA Hockey and has served as the team physician for numerous national teams, including the United States Men’s Olympic and World Cup Hockey Teams. Dr. Stuart is internationally known for his commitment to sports safety and his expertise in the diagnostic procedures and surgical techniques of sports injuries. He has received numerous awards and honors throughout his career including the Distinguished Clinician Award, Individual Award for Excellence, Outstanding Faculty Award and the Karis Award at Mayo Clinic.

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Josh Sutcliffe

Director of Rugby, Stanford University

Josh Sutcliffe re-joined Stanford University in 2016 as the Director of Rugby after working as an assistant coach from 2005-08. A native of Australia, he represented Australian Universities before moving to the USA. He continued to play domestically in the top club competitions and earned his international caps for the Philippine Volcanoes, the national team of the Philippines. While playing, Sutcliffe has held many different roles including working with USA Women’s Sevens Development Assistant Coach, UNCG Assistant Coach and Glendale Raptors Scrum Coach. He formerly served in the administrative role of Director of Coach Development with USA Rugby.

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John Tanner

The Dunlevie Family Director of Women’s Water Polo, Stanford University

John Tanner is the Dunlevie Family Director of Women’s Water Polo at Stanford University. He has transformed his program into a nationally-ranked powerhouse that has produced seven NCAA Championships, five MPSF Championships, 12 Olympians and dozens of Senior National Team members. Under his leadership, Stanford is the only women’s water polo program in the nation to have competed in all 18 NCAA Championships since 2001. Stanford has finished in the top-three nationally each season of Tanner’s tenure. In recognition of his efforts, Coach Tanner was named ACWPC Coach of the Year in 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015 and 2017. He is also a former Stanford water polo All-American.

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Buddy Teevens

Head Football Coach, Dartmouth College

Buddy Teevens is Head Football Coach at Dartmouth College and a pioneer of concussion prevention. Under Teevens, Dartmouth Football won the Ivy League title in 2015, completing the season with its first national ranking in 19 years. Teevens eliminated tackling from practices in 2010 — no other college program had done so, but his team simultaneously boosted its wins and reduced its injuries afterwards. To further promote player safety, Teevens also helped spearhead the creation of the Mobile Virtual Player (MVP), a moving remote-controlled robot that human players can tackle. The MVP is now used by half of the NFL teams and 33 colleges. Recently, he was named to the NCAA Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sport. By putting the health of his athletes first, Teevens has found success both on and off the field, for his players and for the rest of the football world.

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Tara VanDerveer

The Setsuko Ishiyama Director of Women's Basketball, Stanford University

Tara VanDerveer is The Setsuko Ishiyama Director of Women’s Basketball at Stanford University. She has established herself as one of the top coaches in the history of collegiate and international women’s basketball. She was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame. A four-time National Coach of the Year and 15-time Pac-12 Coach of the Year, VanDerveer, has accumulated an impressive 1,000+ NCAA career coaching victories. Coach VanDerveer has led her Stanford teams to two NCAA Championships and 12 NCAA Final Four appearances. Coach VanDerveer was also the head coach of 1996 U.S. Olympic Gold medalist team.

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John Vargas

The Dunlevie Family Director of Men’s Water Polo, Stanford University

John Vargas is the Dunlevie Family Director of Men’s Water Polo at Stanford University. He has led the team to the NCAA championship game five times. During his tenure at Stanford, Coach Vargas coached two national Players of the Year, 73 All-American, and several of his former players represented the U.S. as part of the 2008, 2012, and 2016 Olympic teams. He spent 10 years playing with the U.S. National Team, including the 1992 Barcelona Games, where he helped the U.S. to a fourth-place finish. Coach Vargas served on the national team coaching staff from 1993-96 and coached the Senior National Team from 1997 through the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney.

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Prof. Decker Walker

Professor Emeritus, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

Prof. Decker Walker is a Professor Emeritus at Stanford University School of Education. His work focuses on technology-based education programs and practices. In particular, he examines the ways in which technology can improve material and program design to foster authentic, adventurous teaching. He has co-authored several books, been a contributing author in various texts, and written numerous articles. His book Fundamentals of Curriculum is a rigorous examination of curriculum theory, research, and practice in American schools and classrooms. He received his B.S. in Physics and M.A. in Natural Science from Carnegie Mellon University and completed his Ph.D. in Education at Stanford University.

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Dr. Paul Wise

Richard E. Behrman Professor of Child Health and Society, Stanford University

Dr. Paul Wise is the Richard E. Behrman Professor of Child Health and Society and Professor of Pediatrics and Health Policy at Stanford University School of Medicine. He also serves as Senior Fellow in the Center for Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law and the Center for International Security and Cooperation, at Stanford University’s Freeman-Spogli Institute for International Studies. He is also co-Director of the March of Dimes Center for Prematurity Research at Stanford University, and serves as a member of the Advisory Council of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. Dr. Wise received his A.B. degree in Latin American Studies, M.D. degree from Cornell University, a Master of Public Health degree from the Harvard School of Public Health and did his pediatric training at the Children’s Hospital in Boston.

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Tabitha Yim

Women's Gymnastics Head Coach, Stanford University

Tabitha Yim is the Women’s Gymnastics Head Coach at Stanford University. Before her return to Stanford, Coach Yim spent two seasons as head coach of the Arizona Wildcats’ program and led them to top 25 finishes at the NCAA Championships in each of her two years. During her first stretch at Stanford as an Assistant Coach, she helped Stanford reach its two highest team scores in program history at an NCAA Championship competition at the 2012 Super Six and the 2015 Super Six. As a student-athlete, she earned 14 All-America honors, the most in history. She placed among the top 10 in the NCAA all-around competition, twice won Pac-10 and NCAA regional all-around titles, and was named Pac-10 and Regional Gymnast of the Year.

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Donnovan Yisrael

Senior Health Educator, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Vaden Health Center

Donnovan Yisrael is a mental health and wellbeing educator at the Wellness and Health Promotion Services, Vaden Health Center. Through his work, he helps answer the question, “Why do we do risky things that endanger our health and our lives?”. Mr. Yisrael helps people understand how our cultures/institutions, our psychology and our deep need to connect socially affect our health decision-making and what we can do about it. Under the leadership of Carole Pertofsky, Director of iThrive, Yisrael heavily integrates the tenets of emotional intelligence and positive psychology into his work with students with the intention of helping them add meaning and happiness to their healthiness. Yisrael was also trained as a grief educator and volunteer with Kara in Palo Alto and has a passion for teaching people about the skill of grieving everything from disappointment to death. Yisrael has an MA in Sociology and BA in Psychology from Stanford University.

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Steve Young

Professional Football Hall of Fame and 2-Time NFL MVP

Steve Young is a former professional football quarterback. He played 15 seasons in the NFL, including with the San Francisco 49ers and previously for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Los Angeles Express of the United States Football League. Young was named the AP’s NFL Most Valuable Player in 1992 and 1994, the MVP of Super Bowl XXIX, and is a three-time Super Bowl Champion. He is a member of both the College Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Young remains connected to the sport, serving as a Monday Night Football analyst for ESPN and doubles as a successful businessman with his private equity company.

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Dr. Maya Yutsis

Lead Neuropsychologist, Stanford Concussion and Brain Performance Center

Dr. Maya Yutsis, Ph.D., ABPP-CN is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences at the Stanford University School of Medicine. She is a neuropsychologist at the Stanford Alzheimer’s Disease and Research Center (ADRC), Stanford Concussion and Brain Performance Center, and Neuropsychology Service. She is also the team neuropsychologist for the San Francisco 49ers. Prior to coming to Stanford, she worked as a lead neuropsychologist at the Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Polytrauma Transitional Rehabilitation Program and Geriatric Research Education and Clinical Center (GRECC) Telehealth Neuropsychology clinic and served as a director/preceptor of an APA-approved post-doctoral fellowship Neuropsychology Emphasis Area training program. She is currently a Newsletter Editor of the Society for Clinical Neuropsychology, APA Division 40.

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Dr. Piya Sorcar

Founder and CEO
TeachAids

Dr. Piya Sorcar is the Founder and CEO of TeachAids, a Lecturer at Stanford’s Graduate School of Education, and an Adjunct Affiliate at Stanford’s School of Medicine. She leads a team of world experts in medicine, public health, and education to develop software that solves numerous persistent problems in global health education. She sits on the Executive Board of The Tech Awards in Silicon Valley and has spoken at leading universities including Columbia, MIT, and Yale. She holds a Ph.D. in Learning Sciences and Technology Design from Stanford University. In 2011, MIT Technology Review named her to its TR35 list of the top 35 innovators in the world under 35. In 2016, she became the youngest recipient of Stanford’s Alumni Excellence in Education Award.

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Dr. Clifford Nass

Co-founder & Board Member
TeachAids

Cliff passed away at the age of 55 after suffering a heart attack. As a driving force behind the founding of TeachAids, he was dedicated to ensuring that the gold standard of research was built into the DNA of TeachAids. Every person, regardless of their background and global address should receive highest quality products. Cliff’s profile will remain on our website as a reminder to live each day with the utmost humility and meaning. We dedicate our global HIV education effort in memory of our dear friend and co-founder. His brilliance, generousity, and kindness is missed by us all.

 

Dr. Clifford Nass was the Thomas M. Storke Professor at Stanford University, with appointments in Communication, Computer Science, Education, Law, and Sociology. He was also director of the Communication between Humans and Interactive Media Lab and co-director of the Kozmetsky Global Collaboratory. He is the creator of the Computers Are Social Actors paradigm, and the author of three books – The Media Equation, Wired for Speech, and The Man Who Lied to His Laptop – as well as over 125 papers on social-psychological aspects of human-technology interaction and non-parametric statistics. He passed away on November 2, 2013, but his legacy lives on in his work.

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Shuman Ghosemajumder

Co-founder & Chairman of the Board
TeachAids

Shuman Ghosemajumder is the Chief Technology Officer of Shape Security, a Kleiner Perkins and Google Ventures-backed startup that protects the world’s leading organizations against sophisticated cyberattacks. He previously led global product management for click fraud protection at Google, where his team protected and enabled the $20+ billion annual revenue pay-per-click AdWords business. He joined Google in 2003 as a product manager for AdSense, responsible for the improvement of its artificial intelligence-based ad targeting systems, and helped launch Gmail. He holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.

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Dick Gould

Vice Chairman of the Board
TeachAids

Dick Gould is the John L. Hinds Director of Tennis Emeritus at Stanford University. As head coach of Stanford Men’s Tennis for 38 years, he led the team to 17 NCAA Team Championships (top three among all NCAA coaches), 10 NCAA singles champions, and 7 NCAA doubles championship teams. Thirteen of his former players hold 72 Grand Slam championships (singles, doubles, mixed), including tennis legends John McEnroe, Mike Bryan, and Bob Bryan. Gould’s leadership and service have been recognized widely over the years, including by the U.S. Olympic Committee and U.S. Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) among many others.

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Barbara Pugliese

Board Member
TeachAids

Barbara Pugliese is the Chief Financial Officer for the Stanford Alumni Association where she oversees finance, business planning, and administrative functions and manages the Travel/Study, Membership and Partnership, and Stanford Sierra programs. Prior to joining Stanford, she served as COO for a social services agency providing mental health, substance abuse, and domestic violence prevention services in Santa Clara county and as CFO for a start-up high school. Before entering the non-profit arena, she focused on corporate strategy and finance as a consultant at Marakon Associates and as a director at Vodafone Airtouch. She holds a BA in Economics from Middlebury College and an M.S., Management from the M.I.T. Sloan School of Management.

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Jennifer Orr

Board Member
TeachAids

Jennifer Orr is the Founder and CEO of EyeWords, an ed-tech firm based in Ontario, Canada. EyeWords designs and develops evidence-based, multi-sensory literacy materials for general classroom use and delivers teacher professional development on differentiated literacy instruction for kindergarten students and struggling readers. Orr has 19 years of classroom experience and is currently a Teacher on Special Assignment with Thames Valley District School Board where she creates and delivers professional development, provides classroom consultation and designs visual resources for differentiated programming. She holds a B.A. and B.Ed. in Education and Teaching Specialists in Early Literacy and Special Education from the University of Western Ontario.

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Amala Akkineni

Trustee
TeachAids India Trust

Amala Akkineni is a renowned Indian film actress and social activist. Having starred in 50+ films before the age of 25, she left the film industry at the peak of her career to devote herself full-time to the betterment of society, co-founding the reputable animal welfare NGO Blue Cross of Hyderabad. She is also on the Board of Green Peace India and an Ambassador for both Al Gore’s The Climate Project – India and UNICEF – India. In 2012, she briefly returned to the screen in Life is Beautiful, for which she received critical acclaim and popular awards, including CineMAA Award for Best Outstanding Actress and Filmfare Awards South for Best Supporting Actress.

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Dean Shelley Goldman

Board Member
TeachAids

Dean Shelley Goldman is the Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs at the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University. She is also a Professor of Learning Sciences & Technology Design at the School of Education and Professor of Mechanical Engineering (by courtesy). Her interest in educational anthropology drives her research on real-world contexts of learning. At Stanford’s d.school K-12 Lab, she leads a project to learn how to effectively implement design thinking as a tool for classroom learning. Dean Goldman is currently a principal investigator for the Stanford Education for Global HIV/AIDS, Infectious Disease, and Epidemics project. She holds an Ed.D. from Columbia University.

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Nruthya Madappa

Trustee
TeachAids India Trust

Nruthya Madappa is the Managing Partner of The CoWrks Foundry — an early stage accelerator for Indian startups that unites academia, industry, and government. Madappa invests in diverse founding teams and helps them transform their growth through targeted, operation coaching and industry-specific guidance. In her 8 year career, Madappa has worked with nonprofit and for-profit social ventures and has led global teams across healthcare, education, tech, strategy, and finance. Madappa graduated from Stanford University with BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering and holds an MBA from Harvard business school.

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Amala Akkineni

Trustee
TeachAids India Trust

Amala Akkineni is a renowned Indian film actress and social activist. Having starred in 50+ films before the age of 25, she left the film industry at the peak of her career to devote herself full-time to the betterment of society, co-founding the reputable animal welfare NGO Blue Cross of Hyderabad. She is also on the Board of Green Peace India and an Ambassador for both Al Gore’s The Climate Project – India and UNICEF – India. In 2012, she briefly returned to the screen in Life is Beautiful, for which she received critical acclaim and popular awards, including CineMAA Award for Best Outstanding Actress and Filmfare Awards South for Best Supporting Actress.

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Nagarjuna Akkineni

Actor and Film Producer

Nagarjuna Akkineni, having starred in over 75 films, is one of the most prominent actors, directors, and producers in the Telugu film industry, with an audience of 75 million people. Through the National Film Awards, Nandi Awards, and Filmfare Awards, Akkineni has been honored for his artistic excellence by the Indian government, film critics, and the general public. Always promoting quality cinema with fresh entertainment, Akkineni has set precedents that have won him a permanent place in the hearts of millions. He is an Advisor and Ambassador for TeachAids and donated his voice as the male doctor in the Telugu TeachAids HIV/AIDS animations.

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Shabana Azmi

Actress, Former Indian Parliamentarian and UN Goodwill Ambassador

Shabhana Azmi is a former member of India’s Parliament and one of South Asia’s most renowned actresses. She has played a role in more than 100 films and is a four-time winner of the Filmfare Best Actress Award. Outside of acting, Azmi has been awarded the Gandhi International Peace Award, the World Economic Forum’s Crystal Award, and the Padma Shri from the Indian government. She is a member of the National AIDS Commission of India, is a UN Goodwill Ambassador, and was nominated as a member of the Rajya Sabha in 1997. Azmi donated her voice as the female doctor in the Indian English, Hindi and Urdu TeachAids animations.

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Amitabh Bachchan

Actor and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador

Amitabh Bachchan is one of the most celebrated actors in the history of Indian cinema. He has garnered numerous distinctions including three National Film Awards as Best Actor, fourteen Filmfare Awards, and the prestigious Padma Bhushan for his contributions to the arts. His notable films include Zanjeer, Deewar, Sholay, Kabhi Kabhie, Don, Silsila, and countless others. He is also the iconic host of the nationally syndicated Kaun Banega Crorepati (the Hindi version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire). He is a Goodwill Ambassador for polio on behalf of the United Nations Children’s Fund. Mr. Bachchan donated his talents as the male doctor in the English and Hindi versions of the TeachAids animations.

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Game “Zeus” Goabaone Bantsi

Hip-Hop Artist

Game Goabaone Batsi, better known by his hip-hop stage name “Zeus”, is the winner of the coveted Channel O Music Video Award and one of the most talented hip-hop artists in Botswana. He founded his own recording company, D.I.Y. Entertainment, through which he released the popular album Freshly Baked, which was nominated for the 2008 Album of the Year at the MTN-HYPE Magazine Hip Hop Awards. Zeus supports a number of social ventures, including Youth Health Organization (YOHO), a PEPFAR-supported program dedicated to reducing new HIV infections among youth. Zeus donated his voice to the role of the male student in the Botswana English and Setswana TeachAids animations.

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Mahesh Bhatt

Film Director and Producer

Mahesh Bhatt is a prominent film director, producer, and screenwriter. Winner of the National Film Award, the most prestigious film award in India, Bhatt is known for his unconventional style of filmmaking and his unique depiction of subjects, which reflect many of his experiences in life. Along with producing and directing hit Bollywood movies, he is responsible for launching widely known actors and musicians including Anupam Kher, Sushmita Sen, and more recently, Kangana Ranaut. He also found spiritual companionship and guidance with philosopher U.G. Krishnamurti, who Bhatt wrote about in two books, U.G. Krishnamurti: A Life and A Taste of Life: The Last Days of U.G. Krishnamurti.

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Kopil Bora

Film, Theater and Television Actor

Kopil Bora, the multitalented actor and director, is an icon in Assamese cinema, theater, and television. Bora is a committed stage actor and has acted in more than 50 plays under several eminent directors. He also makes frequent appearances on television, both as a regular actor on several TV series and as the host of popular shows such as Voice of Assam, Spelling Genius, and Axom Idol. Bora maintains a credible reputation in radio as well, serving as a voice artist of AIR (All India Radio). He plays the character of the male student in the Assamese version of the TeachAids animations.

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Mike Bryan

All-time World Doubles Champions

Tennis champion Mike Bryan has won 120 titles throughout his entire career to date. He scored his 18th Grand Slam doubles title at the U.S. Open in September, 2018. This three-time Olympic medalist holds the record for the most Grand Slam doubles titles and the record for most titles as a team with his identical twin brother and tennis partner, Bob Bryan. As a team, they became the only duo in the Open Era to win each Grand Slam title at least twice. Bryan won the NCAA Doubles title for Stanford University in 1998.

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Bob Bryan

All-time World Doubles Champions

Tennis champion and Olympic Gold Medalist, Bob Bryan is one of the best doubles players the world has ever seen. Bryan won 116 titles throughout his career, including 23 Grand Slam championships. Bryan has spent 439 weeks at the top doubles ranking alongside his twin brother and tennis partner, Mike. No other team has won four successive Grand Slams and the Olympic Gold Medal, or been voted Fans Favorite Doubles Team every year the ATP award has existed. They have been the #1 team in the world a record setting 10 times. Bryan won the NCAA Singles and Doubles title for Stanford University in 1998.

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Anu Choudhury

Actress

Anu Choudhury, having starred in more than 50 films across Odia and Bengali cinema, is a leading actress in multiple genres. Choudhury was exposed to cinema from an early age and played child roles in several films. After graduation from university in 1998, Choudhury debuted as the leading actress in Maa Gojabayani, for which she received critical acclaim and commercial success. Since then, Choudhury has become a four-time winner of the Odisha State Film Award for Best Actress. Choudhury plays the energetic female student in the Odia version of the TeachAids tutorials.

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Natalie Coughlin

Twelve-time Olympic Medalist, Team USA

Natalie Coughlin is an American competitive swimmer and twelve-time Olympic medalist. She is the all-time record holder for most Olympic medals among American women and won 3 gold, 4 silver and 5 bronze medals at three consecutive Olympic games. Coughlin was the most decorated female athlete of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games with 6 medals and of the 2004 Athens Games with 5 medals. Coughlin was also the most decorated female swimmer in World Championships history with 20 medals. 

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Kate Courtney

World Cup Champion and Professional Mountain Bike Racer

Kate Courtney is a professional mountain bike racer for the Scott-SRAM MTB Racing Team and the 2018 Elite XCO World Champion. She is a 12 time National Champion and multiple time Elite, U23 and Junior World Cup winner. Most recently in 2019, Courtney became the first American woman to win a World Cup since 2001. Outside of cycling, she is a recent graduate from Stanford University with a Bachelors in Human Biology. Since graduating, Courtney turned her focus fully to her career as a professional athlete, targeting the World Cup series and setting her sights on the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

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Julie Foudy

National Soccer Hall of Fame Inductee, U.S. Soccer Federation

Julie Foudy played for the USA National Team for 17 years, serving as a captain for 13. Foudy won two out of the four World Cups she played in, and earned gold medals in two of three Olympic Games. Her 273 international appearances for the USA ranks fourth worldwide of all-time for both male and female soccer players, and she was inducted in the U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame in 2007. Off the field, she served the Women’s Sports Foundation as President and as an advocacy consultant on issues like athletes’ rights. Foudy received the FIFA Fair Play Award for her efforts against child labor, and currently acts as a board member of the nonprofit Athletes for Hope. She is currently a reporter and analyst for ESPN/ABC.

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Malaya Goswami

Actress, Director and Professor

Malaya Goswami, award-winning actress, director, and radio personality, has starred in over 30 stage productions, directed several performances, was showcased in over 40 radio plays, and played the lead in several award-winning films. Goswami is the first Assamese actress to win the National Film Award for Best Actress. She founded Arptia, a socio-cultural organization founded to help women and children in distress. She is also an Associate Professor in the Department of Education at Jagiroad College. Goswami has given her talents as the voice of the female doctor in the Assamese version of the TeachAids animations.

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Shruti Haasan

Actress, Singer and Model

Shruti Haasan is a singer-turned-actress, an accomplished songwriter, composer, model, and the daughter of award-winning actors Kamal Haasan and Sarika. Haasan has served as a vocal artist for several films, including Hey Ram, En Mana Vaanil, Vaaranam Aaayiram, and Luck. Haasan also wrote, composed, and performed the soundtrack for the film Unnaipol Oruvan. She has won awards for Best Debut-Female at the 59th Filmfare Awards and Best Actress at the 60th Filmfare Awards. Haasan donated her voice to the role of the female student in the Indian English, Hindi and Tamil versions of the TeachAids software.

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Oratile Jazzelle Kebakile

Radio Personality

Oratile Jazzelle Kebakile, celebrated radio personality and known popularly as “Jazzelle”, hosts “The Gabz FM Sunrise” weekday mornings with seasoned journalist Thebe Mogapi. Gabz FM is a contemporary radio station that broadcasts nationally across Botswana and is available worldwide. Trained as a Public Relations Practitioner, she has worked with some of Southern Africa’s most well respected organizations, including ESPAfrika (The Cape Town International Jazz Festival), Hotwire PRC, TBWA/Medcom and OP Advertising. Jazzelle has emceed a variety of high profile events including the 2009 Coca Cola World Cup Trophy Tour. Jazzelle has gifted her voice to the role of the female doctor character in the Botswana TeachAids animations.

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Imran Khan

Actor

Imran Khan, beloved Bollywood actor, has won multiple awards including the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut in 2009. He later took the lead in 10 more films, with romantic comedies such as I Hate Luv Storys and Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu as well as the notorious darker comedy Delhi Belly. Khan is known in the movie industry for his passionate commitment to improve social welfare, speaking publicly about issues such as animal welfare, LGBT rights, and women’s rights, amongst others. Khan donated his voice to the role of the male student in the Indian English and Hindi versions of the TeachAids software.

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Katie Ledecky

Five-time Olympic Gold Medalist, Team USA

Katie Ledecky is a five-time Olympic gold medalist and 15-time World Champion, a record for female swimmers. Ledecky won her first gold medal at the age of 15 at the 2012 London Olympics and went on to become the most decorated female athlete at the 2016 Rio Olympics. She has broken World Records 14 times and American Records 37 times, has been named female World Swimmer of the Year an unprecedented five times, USOC Female Athlete of the Year a record three times, and is already the youngest inductee ever into both the D.C. Sports Hall of Fame and the Maryland Women’s Hall of Fame. A Psychology major and Academic All-American of the Year at Stanford, Ledecky won 8 NCAA titles and broke 15 NCAA records in helping to lead the Stanford women’s swim team to consecutive NCAA team titles in her two seasons of collegiate competition.

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Ronnie Lott

Professional Football Hall of Fame and Super Bowl MVP

Ronnie Lott is a former NFL Player, 2000 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee, and four-time Super Bowl Champion. He is one of the most accomplished football safeties of all time and played fourteen seasons with the league. He holds a number of awards, including All-Pro eight times, All-AFC once, and All-NFC six times. Lott played for the University of Southern California and was honored as a consensus All-American. In 1995, he was inducted into to the USC Athletic Hall of Fame. By founding All Stars Helping Kids, Lott made a commitment to giving back to his community by supporting disadvantaged youth in the Bay Area and across the nation.

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Bryce Love

Running Back, Washington Redskins, NFL and Heisman Trophy Finalist

Bryce Love is a running back for the Washington Redskins in the NFL. A powerful asset of the football team during his time at Stanford University, he was named a unanimous All-American and was a finalist for the Heisman Trophy his junior year. Love received many other accolades including the Doak Walker Award, Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year, and the Lombardi Award, given to the top Division I football player based on performance, leadership, character and resilience. He was a dual-sport athlete in high school in Raleigh, N.C., competing in both football and track and field. Love holds a BS in Human Biology from Stanford with the hope of becoming a doctor following his football career.

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Suhasini Maniratnam

Actress, Director, Producer and Writer

Suhasini Maniratnam is one of the most influential Indian actresses of her time. She won the National Film Award for Best Actress and five Filmfare Awards for Best Actress for various roles. She has won best actress at the Nandi Awards, Kerala State Film Awards, and Filmfare Awards. Suhasini wrote and directed the film Indira, which won two Tamil Nadu State Film Awards. She runs the Naam Foundation to support underprivileged single women. She is also the niece of celebrated actor Kamal Hassan and is married to the legendary filmmaker Mani Ratnam. Maniratnam plays the role of the female doctor in the Kannada version of the TeachAids animations.

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Thato “Tref” Maruping

Hip-Hop Artist

Thato Maruping, known better by her hip-hop stage name “Tref”, is one of Botswana’s rising Motswako stars, and one of only a few females embracing that genre. At 22, she signed with her second record company Hail Earth Records. She collaborated with three established hip-hop artists — Kast, Scar and Zeus — to release the first ever HIV/AIDS oriented rap compilation in Botswana. The artists each worked on individual songs based on personal life experiences and issues affecting society. Tref donated her voice to the role of the female student in the Botswana English and Setswana TeachAids animations.

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Thato “Scar” Matlhabaphiri

Hip-Hop Artist and Idols East Africa Judge

Thato Matlhabaphiri, known as by his hip-hop stage name “Scar”, is a native to Botswana. Scar’s music has dominated the Botswana hip-hop industry and received two awards at the annual Botswana Hip Hop Music Awards for Lyricist of the Year and Track of the Year. He also has his own morning radio show reaching thousands of youth across the country. Scar won the Channel O Music Video Awards for Best Hip Hop Video and has guest starred in productions like Big Brother Africa, the Annual Miss Botswana pageant, and the 2009 Road to MTV Africa Music Awards in Kenya. Scar donated his voice to the role of the male doctor in the Botswana English and Setswana TeachAids animations.

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Festus Mogae

Former President, Botswana

His Excellency Festus Mogae was President of Botswana from 1998 to 2008. Under his leadership, Botswana experienced steady economic growth that characterized its post-independence history. President Mogae has won international praise for his indelible efforts to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Botswana. He is credited as one of the first heads of state in the world to get publicly tested for HIV. Under his administration, Botswana became the first country in Africa to provide free anti-retroviral therapy to citizens most in need. President Mogae has received a number of international awards, including the 2008 Mo Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership and the Grand Cross of the Legion d’honneur by former French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

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Aruna Mohanty

Dancer and Choreographer

Aruna Mohanty is an instructor of dance and an influential leader at the Orissa Dance Academy. Mohanty is considered one of the pioneers in the field and she is well known for her devotion, perseverance, and commitment to dance. She was awarded a fellowship by the national government’s Ministry of Human Resource Development for her contribution to the field of Odissi Dance. In 2010, she was presented the Central Sangeet Natak Akademi Award by the Government of India. Mohanty plays the character of the female doctor in the Odia version of the TeachAids software.

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Phurbu T. Namgyal

Singer, Songwriter and Social Activist

Phurbu T. Namgyal, acclaimed singer and songwriter, has composed more than 100 songs, released 11 different albums, and collaborated with musicians in Tibet, India, the United States and Bhutan. He won the award for Best Tibetan Music Album of the Year for two different albums. Namgyal is the founder of The Om Charity, which provides medical support and health insurance for disenfranchised Tibetans in India. He recently established the Dhumra project to protect and promote the heritage of Tibetan language, art and childrens’ songs. Namgyal has lent his voice and likeness to the inquisitive student character in the Tibetan version of the TeachAids software.

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Prashanta Nanda

Actor and Former Minister of State, Odisha, India

Prashanta Nanda, in addition to his former positions as Minister of Education and Minister of State of Odisha, has played a key role in the Odia film industry as an actor, director, screenplay writer, lyricist, and playback singer. He won the award for Best Actor through India’s National Film Award for his debut role in Nua Bou and brought Odia films into the national spotlight by winning the National Film Awards twice. He now serves as a member of the legislative assembly as part of the Biju Janata Dal party. Nanda donated his voice as the male doctor in the Odia version of the TeachAids animations.

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Akash Das Nayak

Actor

Akash Das Nayak is well known for his dynamic acting skills and charisma on the silver screen. Nephew of veteran film actress Anita Dash, Nayak made his film debut in the movie Kalinga Putra in 2008. His performance garnered him commercial and critical acclaim. For his role as an honest police officer, Akash received the State Award for Best Actor, a commendable achievement for a debut performance. In 2012, he was bestowed with the Harekrushna Mahtab Award from the honorable Governor of Odisha. Akash Das Nayak plays the character of the male student in the Odia version of the TeachAids animations.

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Nneka Ogwumike

Forward, Los Angeles Sparks and WNBA MVP

Nneka Ogwumike is a forward for the Los Angeles Sparks. With six years of experience on the Sparks, she was named to the WNBA All-Star team four times and All-WNBA Team three times. After being drafted No. 1 by the Sparks in 2012, Ogwumike was the WNBA Rookie of the Year. In 2016, she led her team to a WNBA Championship and was named the Most Valuable Player in the league. She recently represented the USA on a 12-woman roster that won the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup in Spain. Ogwumike is also the President of the Women’s National Basketball Players Association (WNBPA). At Stanford, she was the second all-time leading scorer, and she led her team to four Final Four appearances.

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Amol Palekar

Actor and Filmmaker

Amol Palekar, a renowned Indian actor, filmmaker, painter, and theater practitioner, is known for his creative contributions to the fine arts and performing arts. His film, Daayra (The Square Circle,) was selected as part of the “top 10 best films of the world” in 1996 by TIME magazine. His film, Paheli (The Riddle,) was India’s official 2006 entry for the Best Foreign Film category at the 78th Academy Awards. Palekar and his wife, Sandhya Gokhale, a committed lawyer and a renowned scriptwriter, generously donated their expertise and insights to the development of the Marathi animation script. Palekar plays the role of the male doctor in the Marathi TeachAids animations.

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Navdeep Pallapollu

Actor

Navdeep Pallapollu has appeared in over 20 films. The Telugu and Tamil film industry’s “heartthrob”, he made his film debut in the 2004 Telugu romantic film Jai. Following this, he starred in a Tamil national blockbuster, Arinthum Arvamalum, alongside award-winning actor Prakash Raj and music director Yuvan Shankar Raja. His 2005 film Gowtam SSC garnered the Kamsya (Bronze) Nandi Award for Best Feature Film. He has since gone on to star in films such as Aegan, Arya 2, Oh My Friend, Baadshah, and Bangaru Kodipetta, where he stars alongside fellow TeachAids Telugu icon Swati. Pallapollu gifted his voice to the role of the male student in the Telugu TeachAids animations.

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Jim Plunkett

Heisman Trophy Winner and Super Bowl MVP

Jim Plunkett is a former NFL player, with sixteen seasons as a quarterback. Plunkett led the Oakland Raiders to two Super Bowl victories. Plunkett was selected by the New England Patriots as the first overall pick in the 1971 NFL Draft and also played for the San Francisco 49ers. Plunkett was named MVP at Super Bowl XV. He is a Heisman Trophy winner, playing for Stanford University. Plunkett received the Maxwell Award for the nation’s best player and was named player of the year by United Press International, The Sporting News, and SPORT magazine.

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Anu Prabhakar

Actress

Anu Prabhakar has starred in numerous hit films. Her work has been recognized with a Cinema Express Award for Best Actress as well as a two-time winner of the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress for her performances in Shaapa and Pareekshe. Prabhakar has also been honored by Bangalore’s Kolada Math with the title of ‘Abhinaya Saraswathi’. She is the daughter of noted actress and dubbing artist, Gayathri Prabhakar, and the daughter-in-law of legendary South Indian actress, Jayanthi. Prabhakar has been recognized as one of India’s top 100 beautiful women. Anu Prabhakar has donated her talent toward the female student in the Kannada version of the TeachAids animations.

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Vijay Raghavendra

Actor

Vijay Raghavendra, celebrated Kannada actor, is son of renowned producer S. A. Chinne Gowda, related to the legendary Rajkumar, and cousin of industry icons Shivrajkumar, Raghavendra Rajkumar, and Puneeth Rajkumar. He earned a National Film Award for Best Child Artist for his performance in Kotreshi Kanasu. The film went on to win the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Kannada. Since then, Raghavendra has transitioned into lead roles in several films and has produced over 30 movies. His performances have garnered incredible success in films such as Kallarali Hoovagi, Rishi, Karanji, and Snehitaru, amongst others. Vijay Raghavendra joins TeachAids as the male student in the Kannada version of the TeachAids software.

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Dr. Tsetan Dorji Sadutshang

Personal Physician to His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Dr. Tsetan Dorji Sadutshang has served as Personal Physician to His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama since 1988. In addition to these duties, Dr. Sadutshang serves as the Chief Medical Officer of the prestigious Delek Hospital in Dharamsala, India. After obtaining medical degrees at the universities of Chennai and Wales, Dr. Sadutshang received a Master of Public Health at Harvard University on a Fulbright Scholarship. Dr. Sadutshang is a founding board member of the Central Council of Traditional Medicine and a board member of the Tibet Charity. He has generously donated his voice and likeness to the role of the sage male doctor in the Tibetan version of the TeachAids software.

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Pranjal Saikia

Actor, Director and Producer

Pranjal Saikia is one of the most influential actors, directors, and producers in the state. He has starred in more than 30 films, 25 television shows, 98 theatrical productions, and more than 70 audio plays. Additionally, Saikia has been selected as an ambassador for peace by the Universal Peace Federation. In 2008, Saikia won a Lifetime Achievement Award from Gurukul Sangeet Nritya Kala Kendra University. Currently, he is a member of the Assam State Commission for the Protection of Child Rights and continues to work in stage plays, films, radio, and television. Pranjal Saikia donated his voice to the role of the male doctor in the Assamese version of the TeachAids tutorials.

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Carlijn Schoutens

Olympic Bronze Medalist, Team USA
Carlijn Schoutens is a former long track speedskater. At the 2018 Olympics, she earned a bronze medal in the Team Pursuit with her teammates, and made individual appearances in the 3000 and 5000 meter events. She was a US National Team member from 2015-2019 and has won eight National Championship titles. Alongside skating, Carlijn studied medicine at VU university in Amsterdam. After her retirement from sport, she resumed full-time clinical training to become a doctor. After experiencing firsthand the difficulties of having a concussion, she seeks to use her experience to help other athletes.
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Anushka Shetty

Actress

Anushka Shetty, Telugu and Tamil actress, has been performing in films since 2005. In 2009, she played the title character in the blockbuster hit Arundhati, for which she won several accolades including the Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu, the Nandi Special Jury Award, and the CineMAA Award for Best Actress (Jury). Shetty has continued to win Best Actress awards for her roles in films such as Vettaikaaran, Vedham, Deiva Thirumagal, and Dhamarukam. A beloved public figure, she has been recognized with the Kalaimamani Award from the Tamil Nadu state government. Anushka Shetty plays the role of the erudite female doctor in the Telugu and Tamil versions of the TeachAids animations.

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Siddharth

Actor, Singer, Writer and Producer

Siddharth, Indian actor, producer, writer, and playback singer, got his start in the film industry as the assistant director to Mani Ratnam on the film Kannathil Muthamittal. He received the Filmfare Best Actor Award – Telugu. He received the Star Screen Debut Award for his performance in Rang De Basanti. He has previously worked on the short film Blood Brothers which was a collaboration of Bollywood director, Vishal Bhardwaj, and Oscar-winning cinematographer, Guillermo Navarro, and was showcased at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2007. Siddharth brings charisma to the role of the curious male student in the Tamil language version of the TeachAids tutorials.

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Maggie Steffens

Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and Water Polo Player of the Year, Team USA

Maggie Steffens was a member of the Stanford University water polo team from 2013-2017. Steffens led the team to 3 NCAA championships. She was MVP of the Championships in both 2015 and 2017. As a member of the United States national team, she has won two Olympic gold medals, two world championships, two Pan-Am Games titles and two World Cups. Steffens was named the Swimming World’s Women’s Water Polo Player of the Year for 2017. At Stanford, she received her undergrad degree in Science, Technology, and Society, and is pursuing a Masters in Management, Science, and Engineering, while also continuing to compete professionally in water polo.

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Sudeep

Actor, Director and Producer

Sudeep is a celebrated actor, director, producer, writer, and singer. He is best known for his roles in Kannada films such as Sparsha, Huchcha, and Mussanje Maatu in his earlier years and Veera Madakari, Just Math Mathalli, Only Vishnuvardhana, and Eega more recently. Three years in a row, he won the acclaimed Filmfare Award for Best Actor – Kannada. He has also been recognized with the Karnataka State Award for Best Actor. More recently, he won several awards including Best Supporting Actor – Telugu at the 60th Filmfare Awards for his role in Eega. Sudeep gifted his voice to the role of the wise male doctor in the Kannada version of the TeachAids animations.

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Suriya

Actor and Producer

Suriya is one of the most celebrated actors in India and one of the most recognized names in Tamil cinema. The son of noted actor Sivakumar, he has gone on to become a three-time winner for both the Tamil Nadu State Film Award and the Filmfare Awards South. In 2013, he won the award for Best Actor in Tamil at the 60th Filmfare Awards. Aside from acting, Suriya has produced several films. In 2008, he started the Agaram Foundation, a philanthropic organization that funds efforts to help children who drop out of school in Tamil Nadu. Suriya plays the role of the male doctor in the Tamil version of the TeachAids software.

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Swati

Actress and TV Anchor

Swati is a widely recognized South Indian youth actress. She starred as a TV anchor on the popular Telugu television show “Colours” and made her film debut in 2006 in the Telugu film Danger. She is best known for her performance in the Subramaniyapuram, for which she was nominated for the 2008 Filmfare Best Tamil Actress Award. She won the Filmfare Best Telugu Actress Award and the Nandi Award for Best Actress. In 2011, she recorded songs for her films Katha Screenplay Darshakatvam Appalaraju and 100% Love. Popular among Indian youth, Swati plays the role of the female student in the Telugu version of the TeachAids animations.

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Brenda Villa

Four-Time Olympic Medalist and Water Polo Player of the Decade, Team USA

Brenda Villa is the most decorated female athlete in the world of water polo. She was the captain of the 2012 Olympic Team that brought home the Gold Medal and the 2008 Team that brought home Silver. Villa was also part of the Bronze and Silver medal Olympic teams in 2004 and 2000. FINA Magazine named her the Water Polo Player of the Decade (2000-2010). At Stanford, Villa led her team to an NCAA Championship and was named Division I Water Polo Player of the Year in 2001.

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Zerifa Wahid

Film, Theater and Television Actress

Zerifa Wahid is an eminent actress across film, theater, and television. She has also launched her own production company, Zerifa Wahid Productions. Wahid had numerous lead roles in films, television series, and stage plays and received national acclaim, garnering the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Assamese and Best Indian Film at the Bengaluru International Film Festival. Additionally, she has received Best Actress by the Government of Assam for her performance in the film Agnisakshi. Wahid is also a practicing lawyer in the Gauhati High Court. Zerifa Wahid donated her voice for the role of the female student in the Assamese version of the TeachAids animations.

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Steve Young

Professional Football Hall of Fame and 2-Time NFL MVP

Steve Young is a former professional football quarterback. He played 15 seasons in the NFL, including with the San Francisco 49ers and previously for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Los Angeles Express of the United States Football League. Young was named the AP’s NFL Most Valuable Player in 1992 and 1994, the MVP of Super Bowl XXIX, and is a three-time Super Bowl Champion. He is a member of both the College Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Young remains connected to the sport, serving as a Monday Night Football analyst for ESPN and doubles as a successful businessman with his private equity company.

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Choose a download format for His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Language(s): English

Version(s): Message of Hope: His Holiness The Dalai Lama

Details: This is an MP4 version of the Words of Wisdom by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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Sikyong (Prime Minister) Lobsang Sangay

Choose a download format for Sikyong Lobsang Sangay (Tibetan)

Language(s): Tibetan

Version(s): Message of Hope

Details: This is an MP4 version of the Message of Hope by Sikyong (Prime Minister) Lobsang Sangay , which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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Sikyong (Prime Minister) Lobsang Sangay

Choose a download format for Sikyong Lobsang Sangay (English)

Language(s): English

Version(s): Message of Hope

Details: This is an MP4 version of the Message of Hope by Sikyong (Prime Minister) Lobsang Sangay , which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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Health Kalon (Minister) Tsering Wangchuck

Choose a download format for Health Kalon Tsering Wangchuk (Tibetan)

Language(s): Tibetan

Version(s): Call to Action: Health Kalon (Minister) Tsering Wangchuk

Details: This is an MP4 version of the Call to Action by Health Kalon (Minister) Tsering Wangchu, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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His Excellency Former President of Botswana, Festus Mogae

Choose a download format for His Excellency Former President of Botswana, Festus Mogae (Setswana)

Language(s): Setswana

Version(s): Message of Hope

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids behind the scenes video, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik

Choose a download format for Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik

Language(s): English

Version(s): Message of Hope

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids behind the scenes video, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi

Choose a download format for Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi

Language(s): English

Version(s): Message of Hope

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids behind the scenes video, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Langauge(s): English

Version(s): Message of Hope

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids behind the scenes video, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi

Choose a download format for Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi (Assamese)

Language(s): Assamese

Version(s): Message of Hope

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids behind the scenes video, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Langauge(s): Assamese

Version(s): Message of Hope

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids behind the scenes video, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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སྔོན་འགོག་ནི་བཅོས་ཐབས་ལས་བཟང་།

Choose a download format for Tibetan

Language(s): Tibetan

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Tibetan

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Tibetan

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Tibetan

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Tibetan

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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HIV నివారణ ట్యుటోరియల్ – మగ

Choose a download format for Telugu Male

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: In order to replicate and distribute many copies of this software, you will need to download this .ISO file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and burn this .ISO file onto a CD or DVD to create a master disc which can be used for replication.

Language(s): Telugu

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: To install this interactive software on your computer, download this .EXE file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and double click the .EXE file to install it to your computer. Double click on the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Telugu

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Telugu

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Telugu

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Telugu

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Telugu

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Telugu

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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HIV నివారణ ట్యుటోరియల్ – అవివాహిత

Choose a download format for Telugu Female

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: In order to replicate and distribute many copies of this software, you will need to download this .ISO file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and burn this .ISO file onto a CD or DVD to create a master disc which can be used for replication.

Language(s): Telugu

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: To install this interactive software on your computer, download this .EXE file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and double click the .EXE file to install it to your computer. Double click on the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Telugu

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Telugu

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Telugu

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Telugu

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Telugu

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Telugu

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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எச் ஐ வி தடுப்பு பயிற்சி – பெண்

Choose a download format for Tamil Female

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: In order to replicate and distribute many copies of this software, you will need to download this .ISO file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and burn this .ISO file onto a CD or DVD to create a master disc which can be used for replication.

Language(s): Tamil

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: To install this interactive software on your computer, download this .EXE file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and double click the .EXE file to install it to your computer. Double click on the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Tamil

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Tamil

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Tamil

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Tamil

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Tamil

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Tamil

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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எச் ஐ வி தடுப்பு பயிற்சி – ஆண்

Choose a download format for Tamil Male

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: In order to replicate and distribute many copies of this software, you will need to download this .ISO file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and burn this .ISO file onto a CD or DVD to create a master disc which can be used for replication.

Language(s): Tamil

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: To install this interactive software on your computer, download this .EXE file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and double click the .EXE file to install it to your computer. Double click on the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Tamil

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Tamil

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Tamil

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Tamil

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Tamil

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Tamil

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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UKIMWI Kinga Ni Bora Kuliko Kukosa Tiba

Choose a download format for Swahili

Language(s): Swahili

Version(s): Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Swahili

Version(s): Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (Botswana), Kinyarwanda, Setswana, Swahili

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with NTSC compatibility (used in most of North and South America).

Language(s): English (Botswana), Kinyarwanda, Setswana, Swahili

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with PAL compatibility (used in more than 120 countries).

Language(s): Spanish

Version(s): Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, click only on the HTML file to launch the software (instructions enclosed in folder).

Language(s): Swahili

Version(s): Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Swahili

Version(s): Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Swahili

Version(s): Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Swahili

Version(s): Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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Programa Educativo Para La Prevención Del VIH

Choose a download format for Spanish

Language(s): Spanish

Version(s): Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Spanish

Version(s): Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (North America), Hindi, Mandarin, Spanish, Swahili

Version(s): Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with NTSC compatibility (used in most of North and South America).

Language(s): English (North America), Hindi, Mandarin, Spanish, Swahili

Version(s): Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with PAL compatibility (used in more than 120 countries).

Language(s): Spanish

Version(s): Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, click only on the HTML file to launch the software (instructions enclosed in folder).

Language(s): Spanish

Version(s): Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Spanish

Version(s): Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Spanish

Version(s): Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Spanish

Version(s): Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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Thibelo Ya HIV: E Simolola Ka Nna

Choose a download format for Setswana Female

Language(s): Setswana

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Setswana

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (Botswana), Kinyarwanda, Setswana, Swahili

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with NTSC compatibility (used in most of North and South America).

Language(s): English (Botswana), Kinyarwanda, Setswana, Swahili

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with PAL compatibility (used in more than 120 countries).

Language(s): Setswana

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, click only on the HTML file to launch the software (instructions enclosed in folder).

Language(s): Setswana

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Setswana

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Setswana

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Setswana

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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Thibelo Ya HIV: E Simolola Ka Nna

Choose a download format for Setswana Male

Language(s): Setswana

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Setswana

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (Botswana), Kinyarwanda, Setswana, Swahili

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with NTSC compatibility (used in most of North and South America).

Language(s): English (Botswana), Kinyarwanda, Setswana, Swahili

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with PAL compatibility (used in more than 120 countries).

Language(s): Setswana

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, click only on the HTML file to launch the software (instructions enclosed in folder).

Language(s): Setswana

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Setswana

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Setswana

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Setswana

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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HIV Prevention Tutorial – Female

Choose a download format for Odia Female

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: In order to replicate and distribute many copies of this software, you will need to download this .ISO file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and burn this .ISO file onto a CD or DVD to create a master disc which can be used for replication.

Language(s): Odia

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: To install this interactive software on your computer, download this .EXE file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and double click the .EXE file to install it to your computer. Double click on the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Odia

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Odia

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Odia

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Odia

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Odia

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Odia

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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HIV Prevention Tutorial – Male

Choose a download format for Odia Male

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: In order to replicate and distribute many copies of this software, you will need to download this .ISO file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and burn this .ISO file onto a CD or DVD to create a master disc which can be used for replication.

Language(s): Odia

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: To install this interactive software on your computer, download this .EXE file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and double click the .EXE file to install it to your computer. Double click on the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Odia

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Odia

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Odia

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Odia

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Odia

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Odia

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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人体免疫缺陷病毒/艾滋病——沉默杀手

Choose a download format for Mandarin

Language(s): Mandarin

Version(s): Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Mandarin

Version(s): Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (North America), Hindi, Mandarin, Spanish, Swahili

Version(s): Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with NTSC compatibility (used in most of North and South America).

Language(s): English (North America), Hindi, Mandarin, Spanish, Swahili

Version(s): Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with PAL compatibility (used in more than 120 countries).

Language(s): Mandarin

Version(s): Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, click only on the HTML file to launch the software (instructions enclosed in folder).

Language(s): Mandarin

Version(s): Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Mandarin

Version(s): Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Mandarin

Version(s): Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Mandarin

Version(s): Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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SIDA Umwanzi wica bucece

Choose a download format for Kinyarwanda Male

Language(s): Kinyarwanda

Version(s): Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Kinyarwanda

Version(s): Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (Botswana), Kinyarwanda, Setswana, Swahili

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with NTSC compatibility (used in most of North and South America).

Language(s): English (Botswana), Kinyarwanda, Setswana, Swahili

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with PAL compatibility (used in more than 120 countries).

Language(s): Kinyarwanda

Version(s): Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, click only on the HTML file to launch the software (instructions enclosed in folder).

Language(s): Kinyarwanda

Version(s): Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Kinyarwanda

Version(s): Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Kinyarwanda

Version(s): Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Kinyarwanda

Version(s): Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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ಎಚ್ಐವಿ ತಡೆಗಟ್ಟುವಿಕೆ ಟ್ಯುಟೋರಿಯಲ್ – ಸ್ತ್ರೀ

Choose a download format for Kannada Female

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: In order to replicate and distribute many copies of this software, you will need to download this .ISO file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and burn this .ISO file onto a CD or DVD to create a master disc which can be used for replication.

Language(s): Kannada

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: To install this interactive software on your computer, download this .EXE file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and double click the .EXE file to install it to your computer. Double click on the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Kannada

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Kannada

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Kannada

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Kannada

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Kannada

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Kannada

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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ಎಚ್ಐವಿ ತಡೆಗಟ್ಟುವಿಕೆ ಟ್ಯುಟೋರಿಯಲ್ – ಪುರುಷ

Choose a download format for Kannada Male

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: In order to replicate and distribute many copies of this software, you will need to download this .ISO file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and burn this .ISO file onto a CD or DVD to create a master disc which can be used for replication.

Language(s): Kannada

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: To install this interactive software on your computer, download this .EXE file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and double click the .EXE file to install it to your computer. Double click on the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Kannada

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Kannada

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Kannada

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Kannada

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Kannada

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Kannada

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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सावधानी बेहतर है ना-उपाय की परिस्थिति से

Choose a download format for English (India) Male

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Male, Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (India)

Version(s): Male, Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (India), Hindi, Telugu

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with NTSC compatibility (used in most of North and South America).

Language(s): English (India), Hindi, Telugu

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with PAL compatibility (used in more than 120 countries).

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Male, Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, click only on the HTML file to launch the software (instructions enclosed in folder).

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Male, Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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ना उपाय से कहीं बेहतर है सावधानी

Choose a download format for Hindi Female

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: In order to replicate and distribute many copies of this software, you will need to download this .ISO file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and burn this .ISO file onto a CD or DVD to create a master disc which can be used for replication.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: To install this interactive software on your computer, download this .EXE file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and double click the .EXE file to install it to your computer. Double click on the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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এইছ আই‌ ভি নিবাৰণ পাঠ – মতামানুহ

Choose a download format for Assamese Male

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: In order to replicate and distribute many copies of this software, you will need to download this .ISO file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and burn this .ISO file onto a CD or DVD to create a master disc which can be used for replication.

Language(s): Assamese

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: To install this interactive software on your computer, download this .EXE file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and double click the .EXE file to install it to your computer. Double click on the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Assamese

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Assamese

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Assamese

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Assamese

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Assamese

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Assamese

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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ना उपाय से कहीं बेहतर है सावधानी

Choose a download format for Hindi Male

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: In order to replicate and distribute many copies of this software, you will need to download this .ISO file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and burn this .ISO file onto a CD or DVD to create a master disc which can be used for replication.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: To install this interactive software on your computer, download this .EXE file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and double click the .EXE file to install it to your computer. Double click on the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Hindi

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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HIV Prevention Education Tutorial

Choose a download format for English (North American)

Language(s): English (North American)

Version(s): Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (North American)

Version(s): Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (North America), Hindi, Mandarin, Spanish, Swahili

Version(s): Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with NTSC compatibility (used in most of North and South America).

Language(s): English (North America), Hindi, Mandarin, Spanish, Swahili

Version(s): Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with PAL compatibility (used in more than 120 countries).

Language(s): English (North American)

Version(s): Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, click only on the HTML file to launch the software (instructions enclosed in folder).

Language(s): English (North American)

Version(s): Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): English (North American)

Version(s): Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (North American)

Version(s): Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (North American)

Version(s): Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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Prevention is Better Than No Cure

Choose a download format for English (India) Female

Language(s): English (India)

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (India)

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (India), Hindi, Telugu

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with NTSC compatibility (used in most of North and South America).

Language(s): English (India), Hindi, Telugu

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with PAL compatibility (used in more than 120 countries).

Language(s): English (India)

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, click only on the HTML file to launch the software (instructions enclosed in folder).

Language(s): English (India)

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): English (India)

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (India)

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (India)

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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Prevention is Better Than No Cure

Choose a download format for English (India) Male

Language(s): English (India)

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (India)

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (India), Hindi, Telugu

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with NTSC compatibility (used in most of North and South America).

Language(s): English (India), Hindi, Telugu

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with PAL compatibility (used in more than 120 countries).

Language(s): English (India)

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, click only on the HTML file to launch the software (instructions enclosed in folder).

Language(s): English (India)

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): English (India)

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (India)

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (India)

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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Prevention is Better Than No Cure

Choose a download format for English (Indian) Female

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: In order to replicate and distribute many copies of this software, you will need to download this .ISO file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and burn this .ISO file onto a CD or DVD to create a master disc which can be used for replication.

Language(s): English

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: To install this interactive software on your computer, download this .EXE file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and double click the .EXE file to install it to your computer. Double click on the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): English

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): English (Indian)

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (Indian)

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (Indian)

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (Indian)

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (Indian)

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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Prevention of HIV: It Begins with Me

Choose a download format for English (Botswana) Male

Language(s): English (Botswana)

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (Botswana)

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (Botswana), Kinyarwanda, Setswana, Swahili

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with NTSC compatibility (used in most of North and South America).

Language(s): English (Botswana), Kinyarwanda, Setswana, Swahili

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with PAL compatibility (used in more than 120 countries).

Language(s): English (Botswana)

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, click only on the HTML file to launch the software (instructions enclosed in folder).

Language(s): English (Botswana)

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): English (Botswana)

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (Botswana)

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (Botswana)

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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What is Prevention Begins With Me?

Choose a download format for What is Prevention Begins With Me?

Language(s): English

Version(s): What is TeachAids?

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids behind the scenes video, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License
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Health Kalon (Minister) Tsering Wangchuck

Choose a download format for Health Kalon (Minister) Tsering Wangchuk (English)

Language(s): English

Version(s): Call to Action: Health Kalon (Minister) Tsering Wangchuk

Details: This is an MP4 version of the Call to Action by Health Kalon (Minister) Tsering Wangchu, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

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The Making of the Prevention Begins With Me India versions

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Language(s): English

Version(s): Behind the Scenes

Detail: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids behind the scenes video, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English

Version(s): Behind the Scenes

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids behind the scenes video, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

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His Excellency Former President of Botswana, Festus Mogae

Choose a download format for His Excellency Former President of Botswana, Festus Mogae (English)

Language(s): English

Version(s): Message of Hope

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids behind the scenes video, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

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এইছ আই‌ ভি নিবাৰণ পাঠ – তিৰোতা

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Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: In order to replicate and distribute many copies of this software, you will need to download this .ISO file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and burn this .ISO file onto a CD or DVD to create a master disc which can be used for replication.

Language(s): Assamese

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: To install this interactive software on your computer, download this .EXE file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and double click the .EXE file to install it to your computer. Double click on the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Assamese

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): Assamese

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Assamese

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Assamese

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Assamese

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): Assamese

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

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Prevention of HIV: It Begins with Me

Choose a download format for English (Botswana) Female

Language(s): English (Botswana)

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (Botswana)

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): English (Botswana), Kinyarwanda, Setswana, Swahili

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with NTSC compatibility (used in most of North and South America).

Language(s): English (Botswana), Kinyarwanda, Setswana, Swahili

Version(s): Male/Female, Linear

Details: Under Creative Commons, this DVD ISO may be used for replication and distribution. It can be played on any device with PAL compatibility (used in more than 120 countries).

Language(s): English (Botswana)

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, click only on the HTML file to launch the software (instructions enclosed in folder).

Language(s): English (Botswana)

Version(s): Male/Female, Interactive/Linear

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): English (Botswana)

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (Botswana)

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (Botswana)

Version(s): Female, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

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Prevention is Better Than No Cure

Choose a download format for English (Indian) Male

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: In order to replicate and distribute many copies of this software, you will need to download this .ISO file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and burn this .ISO file onto a CD or DVD to create a master disc which can be used for replication.

Language(s): English

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: This Master ISO allows for software replication for distribution. Under Creative Commons, it may be used to play or install software onto multiple devices.

Language(s): Assamese, English, Hindi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

Version(s): Interactive and Linear, Male and Female

Details: To install this interactive software on your computer, download this .EXE file. Once the download is complete, open the zipped file and double click the .EXE file to install it to your computer. Double click on the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): English

Version(s): Interactive Male and Female

Details: Once the software has been downloaded onto a computer, double-click on the EXE file to install it. Next, click the TeachAids icon to launch the software.

Language(s): English (Indian)

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (Indian)

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (Indian)

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MP4 version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (Indian)

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

Language(s): English (Indian)

Version(s): Male, Linear

Details: This is an MOV version of the TeachAids software, which can be played on any device running compatible video software.

All TeachAids products are available for free, and operate under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License