Speakers

Greg Barrow '87 (Business Administration)
General Capital Partners
Session: Entrepreneurship: It's a Numbers Game

As the founder and managing director of General Capital Partners, Greg has an extensive background in business leadership, entrepreneurship and investment banking. He founded GCP in 2002 to leverage his experience in the distressed marketplace. In 2011, GCP shifted its focus to "LOHAS", or Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability. Greg has led and completed well over 150 transactions valued at over one billion dollars. From 1991 to 1999, he was the founder and CEO of Peak Resources, Inc. He is now the CEO of Throwdown Industries, a leading supplier of functional fitness brands, products, and equipment sold at retail and fitness outlets worldwide.

George Boras '87 (Economics)
Avenge, Inc.
Session: Zero to One  

After graduation, George attended flight school at Ft. Rucker Alabama and graduate school at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Then, George spent ten years working for various defense contractors. In 1999, he started Avenge Inc., a defense contracting company that provides piloting services to the military and other government agencies primarily in the Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance world. In 2009, George started Potomac Flight Training, which provides specialized flight training, including ISR focused training. He spent 23 years flying helicopters and reconnaissance airplanes in the Army National Guard and Reserves before retiring in 2010. In 2012, he founded Potomac Air Charter, an on-demand air carrier service.

Doug Burns '95 (Business Administration and Accounting)
Free Union Partners
Session: ABC and V

Doug is a founding partner of Free Union Partners, a private equity firm targeting growth equity investments in companies that are looking to partner with a long-term investor. He is currently on the boards of Natural Retreats and Alton Lane. For over 15 years, he was the CFO and principal at Court Square Ventures, an early stage venture capital firm where he served on the boards of GreatCall, Seakeeper, Continuum 700. Prior to receiving his MBA from the Darden School at the University of Virginia, he worked with early stage companies at Arthur Andersen in Washington, DC.  He resides in Charlottesville, VA.

Denise Burns '00 (Sociology and Anthropology)
Cue Insights
Session: Best Supporting Role

Denise, a founder and partner of Cue Insights, has worked in custom market research for 15 years. She specializes in decision support, designing the most relevant and efficient research plans to address the unique needs of her clients and their brands. She is equally proficient in both qualitative and quantitative methods, with 50% of her business coming from global initiatives. Her industry expertise lies mainly in consumer products and healthcare, while she also specializes in initiatives related to R&D, new product development, branding, and retail. When not working, Denise spends time with her husband, Brad, and their daughters Lydia and Amanda, ages three and one.

Keith Calhoun '79 (Business Administration)
Private Equity Investor and Consultant
Sessions: Zero to One, Attracting, Selecting, Developing, and Retaining an "A" Team

After almost 20 years practicing law, Keith started a consumer finance company with a unique method of underwriting consumer credit and a different payment mechanism. The company offered its services as a voluntary benefit and afforded consumers a new way of purchasing needed products for the home. Keith sold the business in 2011. Since that time, he has been involved in a number of venture capital and private equity investments in several different roles.

Dax Cummings '91 (Politics)
The Kessler Group
Session: Leaping, Pivoting, and Scaling

Dax has 25 years of experience in financial services. He joined the Kessler Group as managing director in 2011 after spending the previous five years as a founder and COO of Revolution Money, a payments company that was sold to American Express. He spent 14 years at MBNA serving as division president and senior executive vice president of the key US Endorsed business. In addition, Dax held management positions leading MBNA's regional offices, several business sectors, and the company's new account activation efforts. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Potomac School and the Advisory Board for the Connolly Center for Entrepreneurship at W&L.

Drew Denbo '95 (History)
Amazon.com
Session: The Next Frontier

Drew is currently the head of business development for Amazon Music, identifying and managing distribution opportunities and technology licensing deals for Amazon's digital music platform. Prior to Amazon, Drew served as the SVP of Business Development at MOG/Beats Music for 2.5 years and was the GM of business development at Rhapsody for 10 years. He developed his love for live and recorded music as an undergraduate student at W&L, where he booked artists for the school such as George Clinton and The P Funk All Stars, Drivin N Cryin and The Hoodoo Gurus. Drew completed his MBA at the Haas School of Business in 2007.

Darren Douglas '16 (Computer Science)
NEU Brands
Sessions: Young Guns, Venture for America Panel

Seeking to drive innovation, Darren expects the best from himself as well as those on his team. He is leveraging his growing expertise to increase the web presence of NEU Brands and act as a coach/mentor to fellow colleagues. Darren is as creative as he is analytical. Using this unique combination, he seeks to be a driver of innovation as well as a mentor to those who need it. These sel ess acts will allow him to build authentic relationships with other entrepreneurs. He has been recognized for his leadership skills on the basketball court as well as his academic excellence. Darren is not shy about seeking opportunities for collaboration. As a true tech star, he is searching for ways to make the world better, one line of code at a time.

Mary Drennen '02 (English)
Nourish Foods
Session: Leaping, Pivoting, and Scaling

A native of Birmingham, Mary is a lover of all things food. In 2012, she founded Nourish Foods, a company which prepares and delivers meals for individuals and families. Starting only in Birmingham, Nourish now ships meals across the country. Prior to Nourish, Mary co-founded a small, events-based catering company in Birmingham in 2007. Mary is an active alumnus of W&L and a proud graduate of the French Culinary Institute in NYC. In her free time, Mary spends as much time as she can with her husband, Bob, and their 6 children.

Tom Dunlap '99L (Law)
Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig
Session: Legal Issues for Entrepreneurs

Tom's practice focuses on patent, trademark, trade secret, commercial, business and government contracts disputes, litigation and transactions. In addition to the state and Federal courts of DC, VA and MD, he is a member of the Court of Federal Claims, the Federal Circuit, the Veteran's Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. He has a BA from Lafayette College, a JD from Washington and Lee University and an MBA from the University of Maryland. He has served as an US Army Officer and is a licensed pilot, rescue diver and avid sailor. Tom has two children and his spouse is a government contracts attorney in Northern Virginia.

Kelly Dyer '98 (Computer Science)
SourceFuse
Session: ABC and V  

Kelly is an entrepreneur and technologist. For the past 15 years, he has successfully launched several software and technology companies including his current company, SourceFuse. As CEO of SourceFuse, he works with his team to help startups and corporations launch web, mobile, and social software solutions for businesses in a variety of industries, including healthcare, publishing, automotive, ecommerce and event planning. Kelly enjoys working directly with clients to understand their business processes so he can clearly define how to improve them with the use of technology.

Christian Dysart '93 (History)
Dysart Willis, PLLC
Session: From Liberal Arts Major to Successful Entrepreneur

Christian, a 1993 graduate of Washington and Lee and 2007 graduate of Duke Law, started his own criminal defense firm, as a solo practitioner, in the spring of 2010. Dysart manages all aspects of the firm, including marketing, client acquisition, and strategic growth. The firm, in downtown Raleigh, NC, has grown to 5 attorneys. Christian and his law partner, Ryan Willis, oversee the firm's robust state and federal practice. Christian and his wife, Geri, have three children. Their oldest, Erin, will be a member of the W&L Class of 2021.

Ted Elliott '94 (History) 
JobScience 
Session: From Liberal Arts Major to Successful Entrepreneur

Ted is the CEO of Jobscience, the number one provider of staffing and recruiting software on the Salesforce platform. Working with direct employers and staffing companies, Ted's focus has been understanding how to leverage the best technology for hiring.  After receiving his BA from W&L, Ted received a JD from University of San Francisco School of Law in 1997.

Upol Ehsan '13 (Physics-Engineering and Philosophy)
DeshLabs
Session: Tech and STEM Entrepreneurs

Upol is a human-centered technologist, entrepreneur, and consultant. His passion and work reside at the intersection of Artificial Intelligence, User Experience, and Human-Centered Design. He designs and invests in technology and products that are encultured, explainable, and ethical. He graduated summa cum laude from W&L with dual degrees in Engineering and Philosophy followed by a MS in Computer Science from Georgia Tech. He is the co-founder of DeshLabs, a social innovation lab focused on developing design principles from grassroots innovations in emerging markets and utilizing them to scale products for large corporations. He is also a Research Scientist at Georgia Tech and has published in top-tier, peer-reviewed academic conferences with his projects featured in media outlets such as Science Magazine. Outside work, Upol is an avid fan of football (soccer) and Manchester United and an advisor for Aalor Asha, an institute for underprivileged children subjected to child labor.

Bill Garrett '87 (Business Administration and Accounting)
Hybrid Enterprises
Session: Alumni Pitch (Update)

Bill is the CFO of Hybrid Enterprises LLC ("HE"), the worldwide exclusive reseller of Lockheed Martin's Hybrid Airships. Their core focus is to bring new hybrid airship technology developed by Lockheed Martin to the commercial markets throughout the world. Prior to this, Bill served as Global Aviation Holdings, Inc's EVP and CFO. In this role, he had direct responsibility over all the financial departments in addition to leading the company's aircraft acquisition and financing functions. Most recently, Bill wound down and sold off key aviation assets at World Airways and North American Airlines. Prior to entering the airline industry, Mr. Garrett spent nine years in "Big 4" public accounting. 

Alan Gibson '70 (French)
Potluck
Sessions: Leaping, Pivoting, and Scaling; Alumni Pitch (Update)

Upon graduating from W&L, Alan steered his course toward the eclectic. Teaching modern languages led to graduate study at The School of Languages and Linguistics at Georgetown. Shortly thereafter, a brief stint as a copywriter was enough for him to realize he'd found his career in advertising. Soon, he advanced to art director, creative director and agency director. But travel was a family tradition, and he managed to devote plenty of time for adventure travel to far flung locales. Now he has embarked on a new tech adventure, Potluck, with a couple of W&L friends.

Bebe Goodrich '07 (Politics)
Icebox Coffee
Session: From Liberal Arts Major to Successful Entrepreneur

Bebe learned to appreciate great coffee at an early age. As she moved throughout the country, she longed for the rich, flavorful coffee she enjoyed back home. In 2012, Bebe decided to make her own cold-brew concentrate, just like the coffee her parents kept in their icebox in New Orleans. After a few Saturdays at the local farmer's market, Bebe's brew amassed a loyal following and Icebox Coffee was born. As a mother of two, Bebe truly does it all. Her hard work and nonstop attitude inspire the team at Icebox Coffee to create and share the incredible product that is Icebox Coffee.

Moody Heard '16 (Business Administration and Geology)
Queen City Fintech
Sessions: Young Guns, Venture for America Panel

In search of a challenge and knowing he one day wanted to run his own company, Moody joined Venture for America prior to graduating. He lives in Charlotte, NC where he helps run an accelerator and early-stage venture capital fund focused on the fintech sector.

Deets Hoffman '10 (Business Administration)

Leaf & Grain
Session: Young Guns

After graduation, Deets went to work for Boston Consulting Group (BCG) from 2010 to 2013. He then went to work in private equity for Advent International in their Retail, Restaurants & Consumer sector team from 2013 to 2016. He departed Advent in 2016 to start a healthy fast casual restaurant company called Leaf & Grain in Houston, Texas.

Cliff Holekamp '96 (Journalism and Mass Communications)
Cultivation Capital
Session: ABC and V

Cliff is the co-founder and general partner at Cultivation Capital, an early-stage venture capital firm with offices in St. Louis and Nashville. He is also the Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Academic Director for Entrepreneurship at Olin Business School at Washington University. Cliff serves on the W&L Williams School Board of Advisors as well as the boards of several startup ventures and entrepreneurial support organizations. He has received numerous professional awards, including being named to Hot Topic's "Top 100 Entrepreneurship Professors Worldwide," St. Louis County's "Outstanding Entrepreneur Award," and St. Louis Business Journal's "Top 30 Under 30" and "Top 40 Under 40" lists.

Matt Kordonowy '15 (Business Administration and Accounting)
DealCloud
Sessions: Young Guns, Venture for America Panel

While at W&L, Matthew was vice president of the Venture Club and was involved in organizing the Entrepreneurship Summit. In college, Matthew co-founded Vern Clothing, a business that sold upscale hand-woven apparel products produced in Guatemala. After graduating, he joined the entrepreneur fellowship "Venture for America" and was hired as the 20th employee of DealCloud, a SaaS company that sells a Deal Execution Platform for the M&A Industry.  DealCloud has raised over $10M in funding and is the 7th fastest growing startup in Charlotte, NC.

Matt Langan '10 (Business Administration)
Stuccco.com
Sessions: The Next Frontier, Zero to One

Matt is a user interface/experience design consultant and entrepreneur. He is president of Heine Ventures, which offers digital marketing and user interface/experience design consulting services. He is currently focused on 1) redesigning how people learn about, shop for and buy Medicare plans on Humana.com and 2) building Stuccco.com, a marketplace where you can get any room in your home designed by professional interior designers, all online. When not working, Matt is either running trails, on a lake, playing golf, playing squash or sharing puns.

Tim Lavelle '79 (Commerce)
Lookout Capital
Session: Entrepreneurship: It's a Numbers Game

Tim has more than 20 years of investment banking experience involving raising capital and M&A. Currently, he is a board member and co-founder at Lookout Capital, a lower middle market private equity firm based in Raleigh, NC. Tim is also founder of Hawthorne Capital Partners and a member of the W&L Connolly Center for Entrepreneurship Advisory Board.

John Maclay '85 (Geology)
Pallet-Ops, LLC
Session: Tech and STEM Entrepreneurs

John is currently the CEO of Pallet Ops. The company was created to provide Houston and The Gulf Coast the most diverse environmentally conscience spectrum of wooden pallet recycling, and custom onsite logistical services in the industry.

Christian Martine '14 (Business Administration and Politics)
Facebook
Session: The Next Frontier  

Christian graduated cum laude from W&L. He is currently a program manager at Facebook in Austin, Texas, leading initiatives across trust and safety, ads delivery, and operational effectiveness.

Matt Mason '10 (Classics)
BeaconMe
Session: Alumni Pitch (Update), Zero to One

After graduation, Matt continued his studies at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, where he earned his Master of Management Studies. Over the past 6 years, he's balanced his time teaching and also building a fledgling business, Beacon Me. Beacon Me is an emoji-driven discovery platform designed for travelers. It's only through his participation in the summit that he was able to come up with a concise one sentence description of Beacon Me and the confidence to embrace Beacon Me full time.

Dillon Myers '14 (Business Administration)
Potluck
Sessions: Young Guns, Alumni Pitch (Update)

Dillon is currently the CEO of Potluck, a venture he founded on an all-W&L team. Prior to Potluck, he completed the Venture for America fellowship and served as the COO of TicketFire. His experience lies at the intersection of product and digital marketing, with a proven track record in human-centered product design, user acquisition strategy, and project management. Residing in Philly, Dillon is heavily involved in the local tech and social impact spaces, and is a contributor to Forbes Magazine.

Matt Newton '94 (Business Administration)
Everest Infrastructure Partners
Session: The Next Frontier

Matt is the founder and CEO of Everest Infrastructure Partners, a private equity investor focused on infrastructure and real asset investments across the energy and telecommunications industries. Previously, Matt was the vice chairman of TriStar Investors in PIttsburgh, PA. TriStar was a leading owner and operator of wireless communications infrastructure across the US. Matt has more than 20 years of experience as a private equity and technology investor including 15 years as a Partner with Columbia Capital in Alexandria, Virginia.

Carol O'Kelley '91 (English)
Salesfusion
Session: Attracting, Selecting, Developing, and Retaining an "A" Team

Carol has been CEO of Salesfusion, a software-as-a-service marketing automation solution with more than 400 customers, since 2015. She has 20 years of technology marketing and operation experience. Previously she was CMO of RedPrairie (now JDA), one of the world's largest supply chain technology companies, owned by private equity firm, New Mountain Capital. Carol also ran Operations for Oracle's retail global business unit, and led marketing for Retek. She currently serves on the W&L Connolly Center for Entrepreneurship Advisory Board.


Sean O'Rourke '93 (History)
Combs & Company
Session: From Liberal Arts Major to Successful Entrepreneur

Sean is a Cyber Liability Insurance (CLI) consultant for Combs & Company, a full service insurance brokerage firm headquartered in NYC. Sean works with small- and mid-sized businesses to mitigate the myriad of risks posed to their technology and data. Sean has worked in the technology arena for 20 years, so he has a unique approach when discussing the value of CLI to businesses.

Marc Ottinger '80 (Sociology and Anthropology)
LMS Wellness, Benefit LLC & SunPenn LLC
Session: The Next Frontier

After a stint with Arthur Anderson, Marc had the opportunity to be executive director of the Governor's Information Technology Board. This caused him to look at the possibility of applying technology to old line businesses to change their life cycle curve. He was able to apply this to a wood packaging manufacturer. With the application of data management and logistics, Marc became a leader in reuse and recycling of high value packaging. He went on to acquire an export packaging, warehousing and trucking company that he eventually sold. After a personal experience, he realized that there are opportunities to apply technology to increase the efficiency and effectiveness within healthcare.

Doug Panzer '98, '99 (Economics)
Fitzpatrick Lentz & Bubba
Sessions: Tech and STEM Entrepreneurs, Legal Issues for Entrepreneurs

Doug is a registered patent attorney and heads his firm's intellectual property practice. He works with entrepreneurs at all stages of business growth, from formation to exit, on matters including patent strategy and preparation, trademarks and branding, litigation, and tech transactions. He is a former software developer/consultant, is a co-founder of Eventuosity, and the founder of a new guitar effects pedal company, Panzer Effect Technologies.

McGowin Patrick '86 (Business Administration and Accounting)
TAP Resources, LLC
Session: Attracting, Selecting, Developing, and Retaining an "A" Team

McGowin founded TAP to pursue direct investment opportunities and capital formation advisory for privately held operating companies in the Oil & Gas sector. He has participated in the capital raising and financing of a multitude of privately held companies over the past 25 years. He has assisted raising in excess of $250 million of various capital over this period. As a part of McGowin's services to his clients and partners, he has served on the board of directors of many companies, both public and private for over 20 years.

Eric Pelnik '15 (Business Administration)
Greenspring Associates
Session: Leaping, Pivoting, and Scaling

Eric graduated from W&L in 2015 with an interest in entrepreneurship and venture capital. After graduation, he went to Greenspring Associates, a venture capital platform that invests in venture funds, growth equity stage deals and secondaries. While at Greenspring, Eric participated as the lead analyst on multiple fund and direct investments, as well as helped build out the firm's business development program, called the Portfolio Impact Program. In addition to his work at Greenspring, Eric has worked on a startup (initiated at W&L) that eventually failed and has consulted many early stage companies in the Baltimore area.

Sam Perkins '80, '83L (Economics)
Purgenix
Sessions: Legal Issues for Entrepreneurs

Sam is the CEO and chairman of PHI Technologies, LLC (dba, Purgenix), the home of PurHospital, where antibiotic resistant pathogens and other microbes are reduced or eliminated from air supplied to occupied spaces. PurHospital provides confidence to patients and staff that they are considerably safer in the hospital, addressing the second greatest fear in a hospital: picking up a disease while visiting. Sam has been a yearly participant of the W&L Entrepreneurship Summit since 2012.

Andrew Ruppar '98 (Public Policy)
Redshirt Technologies
Session: Best Supporting Role

After W&L, Andrew earned his masters from The London School of Economics and Political Science. He's worked as a corporate banker and a Big 4 technology consultant. In 2006, with a one-way ticket and a laptop, he outsourced himself to India to help grow an eCommerce logistics startup. He's worked on a variety of tech side projects, including a hardware IoT startup for in-home messaging. Currently, he is the head of technology for an employee mobility firm, while developing their new software approach and planning some potential FinTech plays. He's also a co-founder of Redshirt Technologies, which he describes as "servicing a niche of a niche in the gig economy space."

Worth Smith '16 (Business Administration)
Sherpa Technology Group
Session: Best Supporting Role

Worth graduated from W&L with a BS in business administration with Special Attainments in Commerce and a creative writing minor. Previously, he interned with the Unreasonable Institute, a social enterprise accelerator, and with FairWinds Partners, a domain name strategy consultancy. In college, he was the president and scrumhalf of the rugby club.

Tom Snedeker '92 (Business Administration)
SCOUT
Session: Entrepreneurship: It's a Numbers Game

As chief financial and business development officer, Tom oversees all financial management and reporting responsibilities for SCOUT. Previously, he was principal at Quinn Summitt, LLC, vice president of finance at New Media Strategies, and president and founder of Liquid Events.

John Stump '91 (English)
Triangle Angel Partners
Session: Attracting, Selecting, Developing, and Retaining an "A" Team

John serves on and is chair of Triangle Angel Partnership (TAP) I and TAP II, two funds that invest in early stage companies primarily in Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill. He also serves as the board chair for SouthLight Health, which provides medical treatment for substance abuse. John has previously served as the COO for LMG Holdings, a provider of Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock devices across the United States and Canada. Prior to LMG's acquisition of Monitech, Inc., he served as the company's president and CEO. John has spent much of his career in technology, working for SAS, Interpath (now AT&T Hosting) and Autometric/Boeing.

Lex Tarumianz '69, '72L (Contemporary Civilization)
Blank Slate Ventures
Session: ABC and V

Lex is the founder of Blank Slate Ventures, a seed fund designed specifically for pre-revenue startups in the Chattanooga region. They seek to invest in teams of entrepreneurs who are building companies that have the potential to disrupt their respective industries. In June 2011, Blank Slate Ventures Fund 1's first investment was made in Quickcue, LLC. They helped the founder take his idea "off of a napkin" and turn it into a real business. In December 2013, Quickcue was sold to OpenTable, Inc.

Ben Vanderver '96 (Computer Science)
PwC
Session: Tech and STEM Entrepreneurs

Ben is a seasoned professional with deep experience in software start-ups and technology and management consulting. He's passionate about helping large, complex, global organizations drive transformational change by leveraging their underutilized data assets to support decision making. He assists clients in developing and implementing vision and strategy to take full advantage of integrating data and analytics into their organizations. 

Christian Von Hassell '15 (Economics)
Level Solar
Session: The Next Frontier 

Christian works on data strategy, financing, and software implementation for Level Solar, a NYC-based, vertically-integrated solar start-up.

Matt Wallace '06 (Environmental Studies)
'Chups Craft Condiments
Session: Alumni Pitch (Update)

Matt is an energy and environmental professional and a food entrepreneur in Washington D.C. He and his wife, Kori, operate 'Chups Craft Condiments, a start-up they founded in 2014.

Tripp Watson '07 (Politics)
The Watson Firm
Session: Legal Issues for Entrepreneurs

Tripp is the founder of The Watson Firm. He is an entrepreneur attorney, which makes him an advocate and counselor to risk-takers. Tripp is one of the only lawyers in the country who offers both business consulting and legal advice to entrepreneurs. From a family of entrepreneurs, Tripp went to law and business schools with the explicit purpose of opening a firm dedicated to advising aspiring and existing entrepreneurs. He is also a business owner who personally knows the stresses and demands of running a small business and who can advise on both the legal and management issues entrepreneurs face, providing his clients unique insights into the problems that keep entrepreneurs up at night.

Jason Williams '02 (Philosophy)
DigiTar Inc.
Session: Tech and STEM Entrepreneurs

There are only two things that matter for Jason: creating products that make the folks using them smile, and building teams that can't wait to get to work to make them. He wants to sweat with people who think impossible is just another word for "hasn't been tried yet." As COO/CTO of DigiTar Inc., he's responsible for a lot of things and loves doing them all: product architect, program manager, operations hard case and occasionally code jockey.

Mike Wilner '13 (Mathematics)
Compass
Session: Leaping, Pivoting, and Scaling and Alumni Pitch (Update)

After graduation, Mike became W&L's first Venture for America Fellow, joining the second-ever class. He spent two years working for startups in Detroit as part of his fellowship, while starting his own startup, Compass, an on-demand creative service marketplace for small businesses, towards the end of the fellowship. Compass joined Venture for America's first incubator program, won the UBS Venture Catalyst Award, has raised over $300K in funding, and has grown to a team of seven people based in Philadelphia.

Stephanie Wolfe '99 (History)
Breakaway Prep
Session: Attracting, Selecting, Developing, and Retaining an "A" Team

Stephanie grew up on her family's farm in the hills of east Tennessee. After graduating from W&L, she obtained her law degree from Vanderbilt University. After practicing law in Manhattan for five years, Stephanie answered the call of suburbia and settled down with husband Anthony Danese in 2007. When not practicing law and helping students with their verbal/reading prep, Stephanie loves spending time with Anthony and their son David, hiking, writing, reading crime fiction, volunteering with the Washington and Lee University Alumni Association and Alumni Admissions Program, and Dress for Success - Morris County, and, whenever possible, relaxing at Shongum Lake.

Elizabeth Yarbrough '92 (Business Administration)
Link360/Link MD
Session: Zero to One

Elizabeth, founder of LinkMD and Link360, understands the evolving landscape of digital marketing and is committed to helping clients best leverage their resources in today's complex environment. With her expertise and innovative approach to complex web based business marketing strategies, Link360 is uniquely positioned to help businesses coordinate marketing and online strategies to boost top-line revenue growth. Before launching her own business, Elizabeth worked in the financial services business arena, specifically, commercial and mortgage lending. She has served in various leadership positions in her community including president of the Junior League, and chair of KidVenture Community Playground.