Keith Coleman is Chief Strategy Officer Emeritus at the Tesla Foundation; a science and technology think tank centered on autonomous systems. Keith is a Stanford Angels & Entrepreneurs alumni investor and a mentor to startups. He is an adviser to Uvita: a conversational technology on-demand self-care, voice assistant platform that provides access to science-backed tools tailored for individuals by well-being experts. His leadership focused on reviewing combinations of robust data characteristics and technical education mentorship to identify and nurture talent, enhancing human potential for invention. A governmental affairs and economic research intermediary, his role advanced strategy examining the nexus between policy and innovation. This agile oversight is cited in the Stanford Graduate School of Education podcast Schools In – “Preparing Students for an Automated Future.” Now at the University of Pennsylvania, he engages in applied positive psychology that drives transformational learning to promote human performance and well-being. He serves on the Executive Council for the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership of Southern California (AMP SoCal): a U.S. Department of Defense, Office of Economic Adjustment, Aerospace and Defense Supply Chain initiative co-led by the City of Los Angeles and USC. He also serves as a Distinguished Visiting Scholar for mediaX at Stanford University, an interdisciplinary thought leadership program. Keith earned a B.A. in Economics from Stanford University, Stanford-in-Oxford/Magdalen College, and an M.A. in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania (2020). He is a member of Stanford Angels and Entrepreneurs (SA&E) and Co-President of SA&E Southern California: alumni association groups that seek to unify and enrich the startup ecosystem by facilitating investment, education and mentorship opportunities for entrepreneurs and alumni investors.