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Sleep 101: Crash-Course for Increasing Productivity, Health, & Well Being

  • 10 Aug 2020
  • 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Zoom


The Princeton Club of Northern California welcomes members of Cornell NorCal to join their Ivy alumni group workshop: “Sleep 101: a Crash-Course for Increasing Productivity, Health, and Well Being”. 


You can register for this event here on Eventbrite. The registration deadline is August 9, 2020 @ 5:00pm PST. 

About this Event:

Learn what happens overnight to your body and mind, and why prioritizing sleep is the #1 lifestyle change you can make to increase productivity, health, and well being, especially as we serve as leaders at our workplace, in our homes, and in our communities.

• What does sleep do for you?

• What happens to your body when you don't get enough sleep?

• Why are none of us getting enough?

• What minor and major changes can you make to have noticeable improvements in your sleep?

To obtain the full experience of the workshop, keep track of your nightly sleep seven days prior to the Zoom workshop. A Google Sheet to track your sleep will be emailed to registered attendees.

A Zoom link will be sent in an email one day before the live webinar.

About the Feature Speaker:

Kristen Rainey (Princeton ‘97) is the Founder and CEO of Northstar Sleep School (, offering online classes and in-person workshops to help people get better rest. Utilizing a data-driven approach, students of her six-week course learn what behavior changes they can make in their daily lives to yield the most impact.

Kristen recently finished a six-year run at Google, where she led sustainability and procurement for Google’s 271 cafes across 54 countries, including mitigating 9.5 M lbs of food waste. During that time, she also developed a 90 minute course on sleep which she taught to fellow Google employees, sharing with them insights on sleep’s ability to impact productivity and wellbeing.

Kristen received a MALD in International Affairs at the Fletcher School at Tufts University and an MBA at Cornell University. She has lived, worked, and studied in Indonesia, France, Morocco, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Mexico, Thailand, Italy, Spain, and Australia. After 33 zip codes and an Appalachian Trail thru-hike, Kristen has landed in Bozeman, Montana and can be reached at

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