After a week spent prototyping and iterating her app idea, Erin Hallerin is using her new technical skills to become a more well-rounded social entrepreneur. She is one of our younger alumni, but still participated in the winter Tech Intensive in Sydney after an inspiring visit to the New York campus with her classmates from The Ohio State University. Now, back at college, Erin is working with a social impact-focused food truck and making plans for the summer while finishing her studies in Business Administration/Finance and International Economic Development.
“The Tech Intensive creates an environment of inspiration and dedication to inspire you to act on whatever business idea has been floating around in your brain with the help of the best brains in the industry.”
Jessica (left), a Digital Marketing graduate from Los Angeles, took a leap of faith two years ago when her long-time friend suggested the idea of launching Enrou.The content-driven marketplace supports consumer brands that are invested in social good and community development. Since, Enrou has taken off, and the team won over a panel of judges including Steve Case, Mike Perlis, and Troy Carter during the Forbes Under 30 PressureCooker pitch competition. They walked away with a winning title, a cash prize to fund their business, and immediate bragging rights.