Sirius XM Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ:SIRI) reported the release of “Stanford Pathfinders,” showcasing in-depth conversations about their paths and life stories to success. “Stanford Pathfinders” is a part of company’s association with Stanford University. The show will premiere on Sirius XM Insight channel starting November 18, 2017.
Hosted by Howard Wolf, the exclusive series will showcase Nike Chairman Emeritus and co-founder, Philip Knight, as its first guest. Wolf expressed that Stanford’s alumni body has some truly remarkable people who had wonderfully fascinating lives. Stanford Pathfinders’ will offer a special prospect for these Stanford stalwarts to tell their experiences and insights and he is delighted to bring their tales to Sirius XM listeners.
Scott Greenstein, the Chief Content Officer and President at Sirius XM, expressed that with its inspiring talks, ‘Stanford Pathfinders’ is sure to provide their listeners stimulating tales from some of today’s most prominent minds. From leading business people to civil servants and philanthropists, listeners will gain from these leaders’ strategies for success and personal stories.
“Stanford Pathfinders” will showcase engaging talks with some of Stanford University’s most notable alumni who became pioneers in their respective areas including sports, technology, politics, entertainment, and more. Other confirmed guests include former CEO and co-founder of Yahoo! Jerry Yang; former Ambassador to Russia, Mr. Mike McFaul and CFO of Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL), Ruth Porat.
Wolf, who has headed the Stanford Alumni since 2001, earned his MBA from Harvard and bachelor’s degree from Stanford. Before his appointment as VP for Alumni Affairs and President at Stanford Alumni, he worked as a business manager and an entrepreneur in the commercial real estate management and development, and publishing industries.
In the last trading session, the stock price of Sirius surged 0.37% to close the day at $5.40. The gains came at a share volume of 17.05 million compared to average share volume of 16.37 million.