What attracted you to the Keller Center?
Prior to coming to Princeton, I had very limited exposure to entrepreneurship. In high school, I started a vitamin distribution project in Indonesia, which I defined as a form of social entrepreneurship, yet did not fully understand what that term entailed. However, through the programs supported by the Keller Center, such as classes on social entrepreneurship and E-club initiatives, I was able to understand what social entrepreneurship means and how that concept is executed in the real world. My past two years at Princeton have inspired me to pursue principles of social entrepreneurship and work to better the world in innovative ways.
How are you involved with the Keller Center?
The Keller Center has offered me many opportunities to explore the world of entrepreneurship. I am involved with two teams within the E-Club, which receives funding from the Keller Center. This past year, I served as the Lead of Marketing for TigerLaunch, the largest student-run entrepreneurship competition in the nation, and I will be leading the Princeton Female Founders Club, formerly known as the Company of Female Founders, next year! This summer, I am very excited to get experience working at a start-up through the PSIP NYC program.
What are your academic or career goals?
Through pursuing the Entrepreneurship certificate at Princeton, I hope to build on my entrepreneurial experiences so far and learn specific skills that I can employ to hopefully start my own venture in the future. I am excited to learn from professors who have extensive experiences in their professional lives and are willing to pass on their expertise and knowledge to the younger generation at Princeton. After graduation, I hope to forge my own path through getting involved in the start-up or venture capital scene.