Launching and running an entrepreneurship division at a university is no small feat. I help with all of the small things that you need to build a successful program, so you can focus on serving your students.
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I was a student entrepreneur at Georgetown University. And for the past three years, I worked to develop novel programs for the student entrepreneurial ecosystem at Johns Hopkins University - FastForward U.
Having seen both sides of the innovation equation, I know what resources student founders need and what drives success for university entrepreneurship centers.
Each university startup ecosystem is unique. Like a snowflake. Or a freestyle.
Let’s work together to find out what the right program is for your startup ecosystem.
An accelerator program equips student founders with startup knowledge, industry mentors, and grant funding - all culminating in a Demo Day event. If done correctly, it can be a launchpad for student innovation. I will help you to organize all aspects of your program's inaugural cohort.
Experienced alumni mentors play a pivotal role in a student entrepreneur's chance of succeeding. Establishing a mentor network can be challenging, but pay dividends for your startup program. I can help to start that mentor oureach and create an effective communication structure.
Some student startups immensely benefit from having a personal coach and the accountability that comes along with it. I work with select student entrepreneurs to create OKRs that matter to their venture and help connect them to the necessary resources in order to accomplish them.