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  • May 5
    Here are excerpts from Gina Bianchini’s question and answer session for the Dinner with an Entrepreneur Series in April.  Over sixty students attended this event with the CEO of Mightybell software platform and co-founder of the Lean In online community.
  • March 15
    Michelle Lantow, CFO of New Seasons Market, was the speaker guest for the Dinner with an Entrepreneur Series on February 26th, 2015.  Throughout her varied career, she communicated the message that you don’t have to be an entrepreneur to be entrepreneurial.
  • February 5
    During the dinner Ms. Parkin gave a speech about defining, pursuing, and realizing your personal “all.” She walked us through her journey from being a teacher to showing up to interviews unprepared to becoming the Global Chief HR Officer for Adidas. The entire time she emphasized the importance of dreaming and pursuing those dreams with tenacity.
  • November 21
    On November 6th, 2014, the Center for Entrepreneurship hosted a dinner with Marshall Kirkpatrick, CEO and co-founder of Little Bird.  Kirkpatrick discussed his journey that led him to create Little Bird, and how it happened through his passion for blogging.
  • October 30
    On September 23rd, 2014 the Center for Entrepreneurship at Lewis & Clark hosted Amber Case ’08, Board of Trustees member, and director of R&D at ESRI.  She shared her story, the valuable lessons she learned, and ended the talk with a Q/A with Michael Kaplan, the director of the Center.
  • October 7
    Jim Knapp spoke with Lewis & Clark students for the first EOC - Entrepreneurs on Campus event in the new “eLab”.  He built a $100 million company that creates and crafts digital content for some of the most well known companies in America.
  • April 29
    On April 23rd, 2014, Lewis & Clark College hosted Remy and Andrew Neymarc, the youngest directors ever of a Superbowl Commercial.
  • March 13
    On January 31st, 2014, Lewis & Clark College hosted’s Distinguished Engineer, Allan Vermeulen.  After a one-hour talk, he stayed to speak with students and other attendees during a food and beverage reception in Gregg Pavilion.
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