Startup Cornell

Startup Cornell, hosted by Entrepreneurship at Cornell.

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Episode 32: Trisha Beher '25 is empowering the next generation of women leaders

Episode 32: Trisha Beher '25 is empowering the next generation of women leaders

Our new episode features Trisha Beher ’25, founder of Women Leaders of Color at Cornell and the Art Shine Foundation. Trisha is a student in the College of Business who founded Women Leaders of Color as a first-year student to unite and empower women of color and prepare them for leadership roles in their fields.
Episode 31: Tim Barry created the health care system

Episode 31: Tim Barry created the health care system "patients deserve"

Our newest episode features Tim Barry ‘93, the chair and CEO of VillageMD, and this year’s Cornell Entrepreneur of the Year. Barry founded VillageMD in 2013 with the idea that he could use technology, population insights and a network of expert health care professionals to provide high-quality care, better patient outcomes and a reduction in total costs.
Episode 30:Undergrad helps her peers find off-campus housing

Episode 30:Undergrad helps her peers find off-campus housing

Our newest episode features Peyton Johnson, a member of the Class of 2024 and founder of a company that helps students find off-campus housing. Her company is part of this year’s eLab, a Cornell student accelerator powered by Student Agencies Foundation and Entrepreneurship at Cornell. Peyton is also a Milstein Scholar at Cornell and is majoring in math with a concentration in computer science.
Episode 29: Ushering high tech into the hospitality industry

Episode 29: Ushering high tech into the hospitality industry

Our new episode features Harman Singh Narula ‘09, co-founder and CEO of Canary Technologies, a hotel technology company. Canary provides a host of guest-facing operations technologies to thousands of hotels across the globe.
Episode 28: Tapping the latest tech in marketing for fashion brands

Episode 28: Tapping the latest tech in marketing for fashion brands

Our newest episode features Matt Nastos ’10, CEO of Maison MRKT, a digital marketing agency specializing in growth marketing, customer acquisition, lead generation and business intelligence. Matt founded the agency with his brother, Lexi. Using technology and data analytics, the agency helps brands manage their customer relationships from discovery all the way through to retention and loyalty. They also support early-stage ventures with marketing mentorship, as well as offer marketing help to non-profits and academic organizations.
Episode 27: Fighting for better health care in sub-Saharan Africa

Episode 27: Fighting for better health care in sub-Saharan Africa

Our newest episode features Osei Boateng ’18, MHA ‘20, founder of OKB Hope Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to transforming healthcare delivery in Africa especially in rural and low-income communities.The organization offers mobile health clinics that travel to remote locations in Ghana to offer routine medical care. Boateng is also one of the finalists for CNN’s Hero of the Year contest. You can vote for him every day until Dec. 5 at this link: https://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/cnn.heroes/vote/10/
Episode 26: Your treat for National Chocolate Covered Pretzel Day!

Episode 26: Your treat for National Chocolate Covered Pretzel Day!

Our new episode features Lauren Brand ’12, co-founder of Fatty Sundays, a company that creates chocolate covered pretzels in an array of unique flavors that are customizable for any occasion. Lauren and her sister Ali founded the business to share their mom’s famous rainbow sprinkle recipe with the world, as well as other gourmet pretzel varieties. We talk about how they choose new flavors, what it’s like to work with your family and some exciting new changes coming for the brand.
Episode 25: Switching from CEO to entrepreneurial coach

Episode 25: Switching from CEO to entrepreneurial coach

Our newest episode features Colin Day ’97 founder and former CEO of iCIMS, a company that offers cloud software for recruiting to help organizations attract, hire and advance employees who will build a diverse and winning workforce. Now an advisor to iCIMS, Day is helping to give back to the business community through advising and board memberships. He’s also engaged in philanthropy centered on climate justice.
Episode 24: A prescription product to help people at risk of suicide

Episode 24: A prescription product to help people at risk of suicide

Our newest episode features Seth Feuerstein ‘94, founder of Oui Therapeutics, a company developing a digital therapeutic going through the FDA process and seeking to be the first prescription product available for people at risk of dying by suicide. A psychiatrist and an attorney, Seth is also the executive director and founder of Yale School of Medicine’s Center for Digital Health and Innovation. We talk about the incredible impact this new product could have and about Seth's other digital health companies.

Bio of Startup Cornell

Startup Cornell, hosted by Entrepreneurship at Cornell, is a dynamic podcast that delves into the innovative ideas and ventures emerging from the Cornell University community. With a focus on the entrepreneurial spirit that permeates the campus, this podcast showcases the groundbreaking work of students, faculty, staff, and young alumni.

Through engaging interviews and conversations, Startup Cornell provides a platform for aspiring entrepreneurs to share their experiences, challenges, and successes. Listeners gain valuable insights into the ideation process, the resources available at Cornell, and the various pathways to turning innovative concepts into thriving businesses.

The podcast covers a wide range of industries and sectors, showcasing diverse interests and expertise within the Cornell community. From tech startups to social enterprises, each episode offers a glimpse into the bold and transformative ideas that are shaping the entrepreneurial landscape.

Startup Cornell aims to inspire and empower listeners by highlighting the journeys of these entrepreneurial individuals.

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