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Georgia State offers a Bachelor’s of Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Entrepreneurship and has students enrolled from more than 150 countries. Lee Kantor of Business RadioX sat down with Jag Sheth of Emory University, Charles Shapiro with the World Affairs Council of Atlanta, and Wolfgang Schlör of Georgia State’s Office of International Initiatives to discuss social entrepreneurship and international initiatives at Georgia State University.
- Jag Sheth: Professor of Business, Emory University
- Charles Shapiro (M.Ed.): President, World Affairs Council of Atlanta
- Wolfgang Schlör: Associate Provost, Office of International Initiatives
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Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization’s mission is to inform, support and inspire college students to be entrepreneurial and seek opportunity through enterprise creation. Georgia State University student entrepreneurs Mikayla Oberlton, Timi Faderin, Immanuel Powell, Miya Burrus joined Kee Kantor of Business RadioX to explain their involvement in CEO’s Georgia State Chapter and share about their own ventures.
- Timi Faderin: Undergraduate Student, Co-Founder of Gilmer Street
- Immanuel Powell: Undergraduate Student, Co-Founder of Gilmer Street
- Miya Burrus: Undergraduate Student, Founder of Miya Burrus & Co.
- Mikayla Oberlton: Undergraduate Student, Founder of Sister
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Georgia State University alumni Sheehan Khan, Baiyana Jihad and Robert Hatcher sat down with Lee Kantor of Business RadioX to discuss their participation in the Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund and the startup companies they are leading. The group also delves into their experiences in Atlanta Tech Villages’s pre-accelerator, “It Takes a Village,” a program that supports diverse founders in growing their businesses in Atlanta.
- Sheehan Khan (B.S. ’14): Founder and CEO of Airlift
- Baiyina Jihad (B.A. ‘15): Founder and CEO of Beyond the Classroom
- Robert Hatcher (B.S. ‘16): Founder and CEO of SoundCollide
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Georgia State University offers undergraduates a Technology Law course for entrepreneurs. This course examines how the U.S. legal system is evolving to accommodate the Internet’s impact on business practices, society and values. Students Eleanor Fox and Bryan Girard joined their Legal Studies Professor, Perry Binder, to chat with Lee Kantor of Business RadioX. Professor Binder explains how to interact with lawyers in order to safely reduce risk in business, while his students correlate how legal studies can improve their entrepreneurial ventures.
- Perry Binder: Clinical Associate Professor of Legal Studies
- Eleanor Fox: Business Economics Major
- Bryan Girard (B.B.A. ‘19): Master’s of Computer Information Systems Student
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Georgia State University alumni entrepreneurs Daniel Fitch and Ron Emile join student entrepreneurs Savannah Samples, Nicole Toole, Ishir Vasavada to explain their businesses to Lee Kantor of Business RadioX. Sharing their unique entrepreneurial journeys, the founders of Angel Assistance, EcoDrop Technologies, and Natural Leaders Media, all explain how Georgia State University and the Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund has benefitted their businesses.
- Daniel Fitch (B.A. ’15): Creative Director, Natural Leaders Media, LLC
- Ron Emile (B.A.): CEO, Founder of Natural Leaders Media, LLC
- Savannah Samples: Student, Founder of Angel Assistance
- Nicole Toole: Student, Co-Founder of EcoDrop Technologies
- Ishir Vasavada: Student, Co-Founder of EcoDrop Technologies