POSTPONED: TigerTalks on the Road: Building and Sustaining an Innovation Culture
Unfortunately, this event has been postponed. Please stay tuned for the rescheduled date.
The Princeton Club of Washington and the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council are pleased to host the first TigerTalks on the Road alumni entrepreneurs event in the DC area. The evening’s event will feature five outstanding alumni founders and innovation experts. Each will share their experiences along the innovation curve and explore their approaches to build businesses around an original idea, pivot their strategies in response to market signals, and achieve sustaining success in the markets they serve.
Join fellow alumni and guests to engage in this conversation. Alumni panelists include Tshaka Cunningham ’96, Co-Founder and CSO of TruGenomix, Inc.; Tim Hwang ’13, Founder and CEO of FiscalNote; Paul Misener ’85, VP for Global Innovation Policy and Communications at Amazon; and Roselle Safran ’89, Founder and CEO of a stealth cybersecurity startup. Margarita Womack `09, Founder & CEO of M'Panadas, will moderate the discussion.
When: TO BE RESCHEDULED
Where: Downtown Washington DC (location to be confirmed soon)
RSVP: Please check here for reschedule updates or visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tigertalks-on-the-road-building-and-sustaining-an-innovation-culture-tickets-95457332451?fbclid=IwAR1-hnXuc-Mzgz41VdEHGPT7eVLnbbSVozNXcF1iKnfaHwWQd8_10V3AMCE
The panel discussion will begin promptly at 6:30 pm and will be followed by a networking reception.
6:00 pm - 6:30 pm Check-in
6:30 pm - 7:30pm Panel discussion and audience Q&A
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm Networking reception
TigerTalks in the City and TigerTalks on the Road are a PEC-sponsored educational and networking program that features faculty and alumni entrepreneurs across a wide range of startup sectors. Previous panels have focused on topics such as blockchain technologies, AI in the fintech sector, water sustainability, smart cities, arts entrepreneurs in live theatre, autonomous vehicle solutions, computer vision applications, genomics, and black alumni entrepreneurs.
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