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Location: ILR Conf Center
Interviewer: Streeter
Why you should watch: Reshma Saujani States Education Lifts People Out Of Poverty
About: Reshma Saujani is a lawyer, politician and founder of the tech organization Girls Who Code. She was previously the Deputy Public Advocate at the Office of the New York City Public Advocate. Reshma Saujani attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where she graduated in 1997 with majors in Political Science and Speech Communication. She attended the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, where she received a Master of Public Policy in 1999, and Yale Law School, where she received her Juris Doctor in 2002.
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Location: Warren Hall Studio
Interviewer: Streeter
Why you should watch: Karim Abouelnaga Discusses Changing From Non-Profit To B Corporation
About: Karim Abouelnaga is a co-founder of the not-profit, Practice Makes Perfect. Practice Makes Perfect was conceived on the premise that all children–regardless of race or socioeconomic status–have equal potential to compete intellectually in our society. Through a unique intergenerational approach, Practice Makes Perfect pairs academically struggling middle school students with high-achieving high school students from the same inner-city neighborhoods under the supervision of college interns for an academic intensive summer program to narrow the achievement gap. Abouelnaga has held internships with BlackRock, Goldman Sachs, and has volunteered on political campaigns. Karim is a licensed NYS Realtor, Newman Civic Fellow, Pearson Prize National Fellow, and Presidential fellow through the Center for the Study of the Presidency & Congress. Karim Abouelnaga is a senior at Cornell University studying at the School of Hotel Administration. He is a Cornell Presidential Research Scholar and is publishing a paper that examines the implications of financial incentives on academic performance.
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Location: ILR Conf Center
Interviewer: Streeter
Why you should watch: Lauren Kay States That Students Should Consider Taking Computer Science Courses
About: Lauren Kay is the founder of online dating company, Dating Ring. Lauren Kay is a graduate of Brown University.
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Location: ILR Conf Center
Interviewer: Streeter
Why you should watch: Divya Gugnani Discusses Embrace Entrepreneurial Failure
About: Divya Gugnani started her business career in investment banking at Goldman Sachs and then moved on to private equity and venture capital at Investcorp International and FirstMark Capital. Currently she serves as the CEO of Send the Trend, which offers curated fashion accessories for women online. She also serves as CEO of Behind the Burner, a culinary media brand focused on tips, tricks and techniques for food, wine, mixology and nutrition. Gugnani currently advises several startups and established brands with board level roles. Most recently, she has co-founded Wander Beauty. She holds a B.S. from Cornell University and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School as well as a degree from the French Culinary Institute.
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Location: Statler
Interviewer: Streeter
Why you should watch: Nick Bayer Discusses Company Culture
About: Nick Bayer is the founder and CEO of Saxbys Coffee. Nick Bayer graduated from Cornell University.
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Location: Warren Hall Studio
Interviewer: Streeter
Why you should watch: Robbie Neff Discusses Skills Needed In A Startup Team
About: Robert Neff is the Co-founder and CEO of PicSwitch Technologies, Inc. Robert Neff is a graduate of Cornell University.