Who We Are

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    Cornelia Huellstrunk

    Cornelia Huellstrunk is the Executive Director of the Keller Center. Cornelia directs and manages the eLab program. She sets the programmatic structure of the program, recruits the student teams, and builds the mentors and advisor pools.

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    Stephanie Landers

    Stephanie Landers is the program manager of the Keller Center. She manages the day-to-day operations at Princeton's new Entrepreneurial Hub at 34 Chambers Street, where the eLab is now based. Along with the eLab faculty advisor, Stephanie plans the program curriculum and workshops, invites service providers and industry experts to hold office hours, manages a team of summer associates (interns), and assists all eLab teams with their financing, housing, and other infrastructure needs. Stephanie serves as an invaluable resource to Princeton’s budding entrepreneurs.

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    Patty Lieb

    Patty Lieb is the Administrative Assistant for the Entrepreneurial Hub. She supports the team by assisting in a broad range of administrative, organizational, and event support for the activities at the Hub. She also plays a role in supporting the mentorship programs associated with the programs housed at the Hub. Ask her about old houses and convertibles!

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    Lorraine Marchand

    Lorraine was the Keller Center’s James Wei Visiting Professor in Entrepreneurship in Fall 2013. Lorraine is the faculty advisor for the eLab program. She is an entrepreneur and business leader in the life sciences and technology industries, where she is recognized for founding and managing companies and commercializing early stage technologies. As principal of BioSpark LLC, she develops and executes commercialization strategies for companies in the US and Europe. She is a Steering Committee member of Mid Atlantic Bio Angels and the University City Sciences Center QED (Proof-of-Concept) Program. Lorraine is Senior Associate Director at Columbia Business School and an instructor at Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health. Previously, Lorraine held executive roles in Management, Operations and Business Development for publicly and privately held companies including Bristol-Myers Squibb and Covance. She holds M.B.A.s from Columbia University and the London Business School; a Master’s from The American University; and a Bachelor’s in Science from the University of Maryland. Ms. Marchand has received awards of distinction from Bristol-Myers Squibb and the National Institutes of Health. She resides in Yardley with her husband and their three sons.