2019 NYC Tiger Entrepreneurs Conference

NYC Tiger Entrepreneurs Conference

The Princeton Entrepreneurship Council (PEC), Department of Athletics, Princeton Association of New York City (PANYC), and Princeton Alumni Angels (PAA) cordially invite you to join fellow Princeton alumni, students, and their guests at the third Tiger Entrepreneurs Conference on Friday, November 8. The aim of the conference is to educate, inspire, and engage the Princeton entrepreneurial ecosystem, in New York City. Our venue is the fabulous Altman Building, located in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan.

Attendees at the NYC Tiger Entrepreneurs Conference will enjoy:

  • A Princeton professor teaching a class from one of the many entrepreneurial classes that today’s students can take

  • Several alumni-led panel discussions exploring various vertical market sectors that NYC/tri-state startups are focusing on

  • A luncheon keynote speaker from the sports industry

  • A startup showcase featuring six companies who will have just been selected by Princeton Alumni Angels (Princeton’s new angel investor community) to present at their fall pitch night

  • Continental breakfast, lunch, coffee/snack breaks, and a conference-closing networking reception with drinks and hors d’oeuvres

Afterward, all attendees are invited to the Friday evening after-party at the nearby Norwood Club, hosted by PANYC. 

And, of course, plan to attend the Princeton-Dartmouth football game on Saturday, November 9 at Yankee Stadium, commemorating 150 years of collegiate football.

View the NYC Tiger Entrepreneurs Conference Agenda. Please reach out to Don Seitz '79 at donseitz@princeton.edu with any questions.

Conference Speakers

  • Josh Bilenker '94

      • Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Loxo Oncology
      • Interim Senior Vice President of Oncology Research and Early Phase Development, Eli Lilly and Company
  • Margot Brandenburg *06

      • Founder and Chief Executive Officer, MyStrongHome
  • Cameron Carr '03

      • Global IoT Strategy, Scale and Smart Cities Lead, Microsoft
  • Benjamin Cogan '12

      • Co-Founder and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Hubble Contacts
  • Margaret Crotty '94

      • President, Partnership With Children
  • John Danner

      • Entrepreneurship Specialist, Electrical Engineering, Keller Center, Princeton University
      • Lecturer (Continuing), Senior Fellow, University of California, Berkeley
  • Rachael Becker DeCecco '03

      • Chief Operating Officer, Women's Professional Lacrosse League Foundation
  • Nell Diamond '11

      • Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Hill House Home
  • Dror Futter '86

      • Partner, Rimon Law
  • Brett Goodman '90

      • General Counsel, NBC Sports Group
  • Fabrice Grinda '96

      • Co-Founder, FJ Labs
  • Christopher Halpin '98

      • EVP and Chief Strategy & Growth Officer, National Football League
  • Brian Jeong '11

      • Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Hawthorne
  • Selena Kalvaria '08

      • Senior Vice President of Brand, Away
  • Richard Lipkin '83

      • Managing Director, Easton Capital Investment Group
  • Kareem Maddox '11

      • Producer, Spotify/Gimlet Media
  • Anne-Marie Maman, '84

      • Executive Director, Princeton Entrepreneurship Council
  • Brigid McDermott '90

      • Vice President, Digital Transformation, IBM
  • Elizabeth Myers '92

      • Managing Director, Head of Global Equity Capital Markets, JPMorgan
  • John Niehaus '08

      • Director, Strategy & Operations, WeWork
  • Dan Porter '88

      • Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Overtime
  • Rodney D. Priestley

      • Professor and Vice Dean of Innovation, Princeton University
      • Associate Director, Princeton Center for Complex Materials
      • Director of Graduate Studies
  • Kimberly Quinones '82

      • Executive Director, NYC Blockchain Center
  • Marc Ricks '96

      • Chief Operating Officer, Sidewalk Labs
  • Ann Rodriguez '99

      • President, Borinquen Management LLC
  • Mollie Marcoux Samaan '91

      • Ford Family Director of Athletics, Princeton University
  • Don Seitz, '79

      • Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement, Princeton Entrepreneurship Council
  • Alexander Shermansong '97

      • President, Civic Consulting USA
  • Emily L. Spratt *10

      • Art Historian, Art Technologist, Strategic Advisor
  • Roy Swan '86

      • Director, Mission Investments, Ford Foundation
  • Adam Tishman '09

      • Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Helix Sleep
  • Brian Tubergen '13

      • Founder and Chief Product Officer, CoinList
  • Michael Weiksner '95

      • Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Pocketful of Quarters
  • Bill Wescott, '85

      • Founder and CEO, BrainOxygen
  • Rob Wolk '91

      • Co-Founder, Princeton Alumni Angels of Greater New York
  • Tom Wright '91

      • President, Regional Plan Association

Keynote Speaker

Christopher Halpin '98

Chris Halpin
  • EVP and Chief Strategy & Growth Officer, National Football League