Princeton Entrepreneurship Council and Princeton Alumni Angels of Greater New York invite you to join fellow Princeton alumni and their guests to the second edition of “Pathways to Entrepreneurship” and will feature female alumnae founders and investors. The extraordinary panelists include:
- Maisie Devine ‘11, Global Director, AB InBev Sustainability Accelerator. Co-founder, Savvy; 2015 Forbes 30 Under 30 list; 2015 Tech.co Top 20 Startup Founders Under 30; 2015 AlleyWatch 26 Women to Watch in Tech.
- Christine Hunsicker ‘99, Founder and CEO, CaaStle. COO of Drop.io (acquired by Facebook); President and COO of Right Media (acquired by Yahoo!); Crain’s New York Business “40 Under 40”, INC.’s “The Most Impressive Women Entrepreneurs of 2016”.
- Ann Rodriguez ‘99, President, Borinquen Management LLC, where she consults on projects in global sports (i.e. LA28 & U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Properties). Launched Atlanta United FC, a record-setting Major League Soccer expansion team. Chief Operating Officer of the Women’s National Basketball Association; Start-up investor; SportsBusiness Journal’s “Forty under 40” Award in 2017.
- Karen Drexler ‘81, CEO, Sandstone Diagnostics, a company utilizing portable centrifugal technology to put a new spin on healthcare. Independent director, ResMed; Founder, Amira Medical (acquired by Roche Diabetes Care); Founding member, Astia Angels; Inventor, 11 issued patents; 2013 Female Entrepreneur of the Year, Stevie Awards.
The Pathways to Entrepreneurship series features alumni representing distinct affinity groups and/or industry sectors. Over 200 alumni registered for the first edition which featured black Princeton alumni and was co-hosted by Silicon Harlem.
This event will be held on Wednesday, July 24 starting at 6 pm with beverages and hors d’oeuvres followed by the panel discussion starting at 7 pm. It will be held at the offices of IEX in NYC’s financial district. Please register here.