MBA, Tuck School of Business, 2007; BS, Georgetown University, 2001
Entrepreneurship, early-stage investing, social entrepreneurship, and diversity entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurial Thinking; First-Year Project (FYP), Global Insight Expeditions (GIX)
Daniella Reichstetter is the faculty advisor to Tuck's Center for Entrepreneurship and a clinical professor of business administration at the school. She has 20 years of experience running various divisions of early-stage companies. She was the founder and CEO of Gyrobike (a Thayer technology), and an early hire at Method, Jetboil, and Belcampo. Prior to working in entrepreneurship, she worked as an investment banker in equity private placements. She serves on the boards of several early-stage companies and non-profit organizations, and she is an active angel investor.
Daniella graduated cum laude from Georgetown University with a BS in Spanish and business. She received her MBA from Tuck, where she was the recipient of the Arnold F. Adams, Jr. Award for Excellence in Entrepreneurship.
At Tuck, Daniella co-teaches Entrepreneurial Thinking, leads a Global Insight Expedition (GIX), and serves as faculty advisor to multiple First-Year Project (FYP) teams. She was the founding Executive Director of the Tuck Center for Entrepreneurship for which she is now Faculty Advisor.