Tag Archives: Entrepreneur

Dominion Gives $50,000 to Support Student Entrepreneurship at Mason

April 30, 2015

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The George Mason University School of Business Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship serves as a central hub for entrepreneurship education and innovation activity, providing space and mentorship for students across George Mason University. In its first year, the center’s Mason Innovation Lab has welcomed and supported numerous successful entrepreneurial ventures from a new beverage product […]

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Riding Her Road to Better Business

April 2, 2015

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Kristina Bouweiri is President and CEO of Reston Limousine. Her company is Washington DC’s premier chauffeured transportation provider and the 13th largest fleet operator in the industry! Kristina is one of our co-chairs for the Women in Business Initiative! She is a great leader and woman in the workforce. Scott M. Hamberger, CEO, President, Integrus […]

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Can government learn from Silicon Valley entrepreneurs?

March 3, 2015

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Sumeet Shrivastava is President of Array Information Technology, one of the nation’s leading DOD and National Security IT services firms. Sumeet  There’s a sharp contrast between the stereotype of a government employee hopelessly tangled in red tape and the glamorous ideal of a brash young start-up CEO cruising around in a Tesla. Reality isn’t quite […]

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George Mason: One of the Best Schools for Entrepreneurship

February 12, 2015

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George Mason University While much younger than AU and Georgetown, George Mason has made a point of stressing the importance of entrepreneurship, with Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship David Miller among the faculty leading the charge. The growth of programming, curriculum and resources at George Mason for entrepreneurs and innovators continues to grow across campus […]

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Stanley Martin Companies President Joins Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship Advisory Board

November 14, 2014

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When asked to get involved with the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship (CREE) as a board member, Steve Alloy enthusiastically accepted.  As a classic entrepreneur with a passion for real estate having started half a dozen real estate companies in the national capital region, the opportunity with CREE provided him with the chance to give […]

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