Prevention Research Center In the Department of Medicine

Stanford Health 4 America Staff

Sonoo Thadaney
Sonoo Thadaney
Director, SPRC Program Development and Stanford Health 4 America

Sonoo's career has included higher-ed academic program management and student affairs; teaching and mentoring; high tech product marketing, management, business development and sales; mediation; executive/leadership coaching, and filmmaking. In each career she works with brilliant minds as they focus on research, teaching, technology innovation, cine art and more. She translates their work for wider and deeper impact by focusing on equity, access and outcomes; engaging professionals from diverse and multiple identities; building cohesive teams in dispersed and decentralized organizations; helping create, launch and manage centers, businesses, programs and projects; and delivering timely and measurable results.
Sonoo spearheaded Stanford's Restorative Justice Pilot, serves on the Boards for San Mateo County Court's Alternative Dispute Resolution Programs, and for the Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center. She teaches conflict and decision coaching at Stanford and U.C. Berkeley Extension.

Sonoo has a BA in Psychology, with a Minor in Sociology from the University of Poona, India; a post Baccalaureate in Mass Communications from Sophia College, Bombay, India; and an MBA. from Santa Clara University, California.

TO Preising
TO Preising
Program Associate, SPRC Program Development and Stanford Health 4 America

TO's career has included teaching at the secondary education level and practicing law as a litigation attorney with a focus on labor and employment discrimination matters.

She has served in organizational leadership roles in multiple community support groups, including the board of the Irvine chapter of the National Charity League, several PTA boards and the Girl Scouts of America.

TO began her career at Stanford in the Residential Education Department engaging Resident Fellows and their student Resident Advisors to develop and deliver a variety of programs to the dormitory residents. More recently, she supported several faculty members in the Mechanical Engineering Department's Design Group and managed the Design Group's course database of more than 200 active classes.

A graduate of Stanford with a BA in Political Science and a MA in Education, she holds a secondary teaching credential. TO received her JD from UCLA, where she was on the UCLA Law Review, and is a member of the California Bar.

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