Date: Thursday, April 17, 2014
Time: 12:00-1:00 pm
Where: General Motors Classroom
Brent Dance is co-founder of Kartis.org, a social good platform for the world’s volunteers. Incubated at the Harvard Innovation Lab, Kartis is a Harvard President’s Challenge finalist and a runner-up in the MIT Global Poverty Hackathon. Brent previously co-founded Fresh, a creative, digital consulting firm and spun off mobile app companies such as “Between Friends” and “Geekwork” a talent marketplace. He also founded Yearn Foundation, a nonprofit serving Russian orphans. Before pursuing his dual masters at Tuck and Harvard Kennedy School, Brent worked at Deloitte Consulting in Strategy & Operations. He currently works at Google in Mountain View.
About the Crosier Entrepreneurs from the Trenches Speaker Series
The Crosier Entrepreneurs from the Trenches Speaker Series is made possible by the support of Tuck (T'97) / Dartmouth ('87) alum and entrepreneur, Louis Crosier. 'Entrepreneurs From The Trenches' brings young entrepreneurs to campus to share their recently acquired skills with students.
Geared at leveraging entrepreneurship know-how across multiple generations of Tuck alumni, this series aims to cover the knowledge gap between current students and very experienced entrepreneurs visiting campus by discussing freshly acquired entrepreneurial expertise with recent entrepreneurs, no more than a few years removed from their own MBA experience.