Beyond the Diploma Speaker Series
February 9, March 16, March 23, and April 14
February 9, 2021
Katlyn Grasso W'15
Katlyn Grasso is the Founder and CEO of GenHERation®, which is a network where young women and companies connect. In her role as CEO, she has created GenHERation® Discovery Days, hosted the GenHERation® Summer Leadership Series, developed original GenHERation® webisodes, launched The GenHERation® Collection product line, and has grown the GenHERation® community to reach more than 300,000 young women.
Katlyn is a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania where she received a B.S. in Economics with concentrations in finance and strategic globalization. Grasso speaks internationally about entrepreneurship, technology, leadership, and the advancement of women, and has been a featured speaker at more than 200 events, including the Forbes CMO Excursion, Heads Network Annual Conference, the Sea Crest School’s Innovator’s Symposium, the Youth Entrepreneurship Summit, the United Nations, the North Carolina Association of Independent Schools Women in Leadership Conference, the National Coalition of Girls School Annual Conference, and the Wharton Global Forum in Australia. She is a frequent radio and television contributor and her work has been featured across national media outlets, including CNBC, NBC, Fast Company, Forbes, The Huffington Post, CBS, Yahoo! Finance, Seventeen Magazine, and SiriusXM. Katlyn is a member of the Penn Fund Executive Board, the Penn Nursing Center for Global Women’s Health Advisory Board, the TCU Neeley Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Board of Directors, and is the Tri-Chair of Momentum 2020: The Power of Penn Women.
March 16, 2021
Matt Krey C'12
Matt graduated from the College of Arts & Sciences in 2012 with a degree in Biological Basis of Behavior (BIBB) and as a member of the Men’s Varsity Swimming Team. Beginning in undergrad, Matt turned his personal challenges with family illness into the foundation for his career.
While working with Teach for America and GlaxoSmithKline’s Future Leaders Program, Matt became a self-taught Data Engineer, going on to co-found his first company, Gliimpse, Inc., which they sold to Apple in 2016. Matt spent 3.5 years at Apple Health building and shipping software before pursuing further work as an entrepreneur, founding Remo Health Partners and Remo Health (earning the company a place in Anthem Inc.’s Digital Incubator and becoming Digital Care Delivery’s first Entrepreneur-In-Residence). Most recently, Matt led product and design to ship Anthem’s first digital health study for Asthma patients with Apple. Matt continues his journey working remotely from Jackson Hole, Wyoming with his wife to build a better life for patients and caregivers.
March 23, 2021
Logan Steinhardt C'11
Logan Steinhardt is the founder of Wandering Bard, an independent production company committed to growing new voices in the spaces of web series, television, and feature films.
Mr. Steinhardt’s productions include BRAID, starring Madeline Brewer, Sarah Hay, and Imogen Waterhouse, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, and MY DAYS OF MERCY starring Kate Mara and Ellen Page which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. While at Killer Films, he worked on such films as WHITE GIRL, GOAT, WIENER-DOG, LEMON, WHERE IS KYRA?, BEATRIZ AT DINNER, COLETTE and WONDERSTRUCK. Mr. Steinhardt is currently in pre-production on a wine and spirits docu-series and a feature film from director Travis Gutiérrez Senger.
April 14, 2021
Andrew Klimaszewski C'17
Andrew is a 2017 graduate of the College, where he majored in economics and minored in political science.
In the winter of his senior year, he planned on enrolling in a master of business and management program in Sweden, but by May, he decided not to follow through on it. Unsure about what he actually wanted to do, he began a fellowship at the U.S. Department of Energy, where he worked on a variety of energy policy issues. While working, he figured out that law school was the next step for him to pursue his interests. After working for a year, he enrolled at UCLA School of Law, where he is currently a third-year law student. After law school, he will be staying in L.A. and working in renewable energy law.