What attracted you to the Keller Center?

The people who work with and for the Keller Center are very open to helping you find ways to make your ideas come to fruition.

How are you involved with the Keller Center?

I was lucky to have entered Princeton right when the entrepreneurship program was ramping up. After my sophomore year, I was able to take part in the PSIP summer program, where I got to work for an alum and run the program's blog whilst living with and getting to know my fellow Princeton Students. After my junior year, I was a part of the Ketnu Foods team in the eLab Accelerator where I was given a stipend and mentors to start a cricket flour energy bar company with two of my best friends. Lastly, as an entrepreneurship certificate student, I have attended many events and presentations through the Keller Center and worked with them to complete my certificate.

What advice would you have for students about getting involved at the Keller Center?

Apply for the programs, make use of the office hours, and attend the workshops! The Keller Center is a hidden gem - take advantage of all it has to offer!

How have you benefited from your involvement with the Keller Center?

The Keller Center allowed me to pursue my interest in entrepreneurship by providing me with access to a variety of incredible mentors and the resources to explore my ideas.