Instructor for eLab, Cornell’s student accelerator, and Engineering’s Commercialization Fellowship.
Director of hardware accelerator programs at both Rev: Ithaca Start Up Works and Cornell University's eLab student program.
Over 30 years of global experience working with emerging technologies, defining strategy, and driving growth within small organizations.
Entrepreneurship, small business management, and innovative uses of technology are the focus of Dr. Streeter's teaching, research, and outreach.
Years of management experience guides Alex Hagan as he mentors clean energy startups at The Koffman Southern Tier Incubator in Binghamton, NY.
Entrepreneur-in-residence & Associate Director at Project Olympus, providing students business strategy planning & connections to industry experts.
Assistant Vice President of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at West Virginia University. Carrie is responsible for the WVU IDEA Hub Ecosystem which consists of multidisciplinary collaboration in innovation across the campus.
RIT, Saunders College of Business and Kate Gleason College of Engineering Entrepreneurship and Multidisciplinary New Product Design Business Coach. Entrepreneur in Residence for LaunchNY.
Matt is the Senior Program Manager at the University of Rochester’s Ain Center for Entrepreneurship leading programs that educate students on customer discovery and product-market fit
Past co-founder and CEO of several successsful tech startups, faculty at the Johnson School at Cornell, Cornell Engineering, and Ithaca College.
Tech entrepreneur, investor, board director and community builder currently acting as Entrepreneur in Residence at Cornell University.
Serves on the teaching team for eLab, Cornell’s student business accelerator, as well as entrepreneurship and business strategy courses at Cornell.
RIT Saunders College of Business instructor for the Summer Seed Accelerator and the Applied Entrepreneurship Program.
Founder of Neworks rapid-fire technology commercialization workshops that has been the spark for over 150 new technology-based companies since 2004.
Associate Director of the Evansdale Innovation Center at The West Virginia University as well as adjunct faculty for both the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Sciences and the College of Business and Economics at WVU
Director of Runway and Spinoffs at the Jacobs Technion– Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech. Fernando Gómez-Baquero helps postdoctoral entrepreneurs build companies out of digital technologies in digital health, telecommunications, education, cybersecurity, and IoT.
Olga Petrova manages the life sciences and biomedical portfolio for E&IP, facilitating patenting and commercialization of new technologies arising from Binghamton University research. She also oversees the Binghamton Acceleration of Cleantech Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (XCEED) program.
Robert Manasier is a serial entrepreneur and brand builder, currently serving as Entrepreneur-in-Residence of the NYS Innovation HotSpot Program, UAlbany Innovation Center, IgniteUNY and as an adjunct professor at the Sage College School of Management.
Branding & marketing expert at Binghamton University.
Program development, management, and implementation expertise in building enthusiastic, mission-oriented teams.
Seasoned founder, board member, strategist, and managing director, Mike supports entrepreneurs with business model development and marketing strategy.
CEO of nanotech company Evident Technologies, Dr. Balliner is skilled at translating advanced material science into products to create new markets.
Associate Professor at RIT in the NTID Business Studies Department teaching courses in Management and Entrepreneurship.
Brian Bauer is the Program Director for clean energy programs with Cornell’s Center for Regional Economic Advancement, He runs 76West, NYSERDA’s clean energy business competition, and he is an Entrepreneur-in-Residence for the Southern Tier Startup Alliance.
Jim is a medical device industry veteran with a combination of large company and entrepreneurial experience working with tech-based startup companies. Currently as part of the Invent Penn State team, Jim developed and manages the Penn State Startup Leadership Network (SLN).
Cook is a practicing lawyer and visiting lecturer at the Johnson School at Cornell University. Cook serves as mentor for the 76West Clean Energy Competition and a judge for Cornell Law School’s Transactional Lawyering Competition.
A veteran entrepreneur in the healthcare industry—Dave currently teaches Corporate Entrepreneurship at Syracuse University, consults with the American Hospital Association’s Center for Innovation and coaches startup companies via Launch NY.