McDonough Announces New Class of Entrepreneurship Fellows

April 10, 2012

The Undergraduate Program and Entrepreneurship Initiative at Georgetown McDonough recently announced the second class of Entrepreneurship Fellows.

Through a mix of course work and experiential learning, Entrepreneurship Fellows explore their own capabilities as entrepreneurs. Through the two-year program, they learn from experienced faculty and mentors and create a tight-knit peer group. The fellows are required to complete courses on the Foundations of Entrepreneurship and Launching the Venture, as well as the Entrepreneurial Practicum. Finally, they participate in the Hoya Challenge business pitch competition.
The fellows are:

Amy Yang
Ashley Murdock
Bibiana Jakubianska
Carlos Salgado
Caroline Williams
Daniel Sullivan
Devin Nigro
Dhruv Sharma
Evan Floyd
Felipe Ernst
Jasmine Motton
Jason Thompson
Johannes Claessens
John Sullivan
Keegan Carter
Luis A. Montes
Merritt Moran
Michael Stroup
Mullin Weerakoon
Paris Williams
Sheena Garg
Vincent Korth