Ain Center for Entrepreneurship Lecture Series Videos

November 16, 2015: “Dream Big, Keep It Simple, and Stay Friendly” Craig Dubitsky ’87, founder and CEO of Hello Products; founding board member at Method Products; cofounder and creative lead at EOS products; and former CMO of Popcorn, Indiana

Ain Center for Entrepreneurship Lecture Series Videos

October 16, 2014: “From Yellowjackets to Tech Leaders” Kevin Mille ’04, Sr. Product Support Manager, KLA-Tencor Ankur Pansari ’04, Co-founder & CEO, Artillery
 
  April 23, 2014: “Unreasonable – the Key to Pretty Much All Success” Tim Talley ’88, founder of U-Lace
  November 20, 2013: “My Medical Device Journey: Failures, Startup Challenges, and Lessons Learned” Edward (Ted) F. Ruppel, Jr., Executive VP, CFO, and Corporate Compliance Officer, Vascular Dynamics, Inc.,
  March 28, 2013: “Connecting the Dots: Upstate NY’s Venture Capital Ecosystem: Challenges and Opportunities” Sam Ticknor ’89S (MBA), Executive Director of the Upstate Venture Association of New York (UVANY)
  November 17, 2011: “Using Business for Social Change” Jane Plitt, entrepreneur and author of Martha Matilda Harper and the American Dream: How One Woman Changed the Face of Modern Business
MaryWalshok April 13, 2011: “Expanding Roles for Research Universities in Regional Economic Development” Mary L. Walshok, Associate Vice Chancellor for Extended Studies and Public Programs, Dean of University Extension, and Associate Professor of Sociology, University of California at San Diego
  February 23, 2011: National Entrepreneurship Week Keynote Lecture “Start-Up Nation: The Story of Israel’s Economic Miracle” Dan Senor, author, geopolitical expert, and investor
  Fall 2010: “So You Want to Be a Successful Entrepreneur…Now or In the Future?” Daniel Lazarek ’91S, Chief Financial Officer and Co-owner, Access Insurance Holdings Inc.
  Spring 2010: Prison Entrepreneurship Program Marcus Hill, Prison Recruiter, and David Joekel, Executive Relations Manager, both of the Texas-based Prison Entrepreneurship Program
  Fall 2009: Co-cial Entrepreneuring: Making a Difference Locally & Globally Nanette Levinson, director of the International Communication Program and associate professor at the School of International Service, American University
Spring 2009: What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20: A Crash Course on Making Your Place in the World Tina Seelig ’79, executive director, Stanford Technology Ventures Program, Stanford University