Increasingly, there has been a global call for more entrepreneurial and innovative approaches to solving the world’s economic and social challenges.
The entrepreneurship concentration is structured to prepare MMH students for careers that require such entrepreneurial thinking and action. These careers are broadly defined, including new business creation; working within a start-up or large innovative firm; participating in the entrepreneurial ecosystem as an investor, professional services advisor, or consultant; leading an existing family business; and undertaking efforts to address social and environmental issues.
Senior Lecturer, Entrepreneurship
Director (Interim), Pillsbury Institute for Hospitality Entrepreneurship
Director, Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities