ENTREPRENEURSHIP SUMMIT 2022

As we leap into the future, our world is increasingly shaped by entrepreneurial change-makers seeking to innovate. The Uplift Foundation is hosting an entrepreneurship summit on August 13th to engage and inspire students from around the globe. 

Join us for a day of speaker presentations and workshops as we engage and inspire the next generation of leaders. You’ll have the opportunity to learn entrepreneurial skills and hear from successful entrepreneurs, executives, and venture capitalists.

Speakers include Clancey Stahr, Managing Partner at GoAhead Ventures and Darshana Zaveri, Managing Partners at Catalyst Health Ventures.

10:00-10:15am | Opening Ceremony

10:15-11:00am | Workshop 1

11:00-11:30am | Speaker Session 1 by Darshana Zaveri, Founder and Managing Partner at Catalyst Health Ventures

11:30-12:00pm | Workshop 2

12:00-12:30pm | Speaker Session 2 by Clancey Stahr, Cofounder and Managing Partner at GoAhead Ventures

12:30-1:00pm   | Workshop 3 and Closing Ceremony

Workshops Topics Include:

  • Problem identification and validation

  • Solution creation and validation

  • Unique value

  • Market research strategies

  • Marketing plan and revenue model creation​

Zoom information will be sent upon registration. 

SPEAKERS

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DARSHANA ZAVERI

Founder and Managing Partner at Catalyst Health Ventures

Darshana Zaveri is a Founder and Managing Partner of Catalyst Health Ventures (CHV). She has led several investments in the medical device, women’s health and diagnostics markets. Darshana received an M.P.A. from Harvard University, an M.A. in Cell and Molecular Biology from Boston University, and a B.S. in Biochemistry from Bombay University in Bombay, India.

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CLANCEY STAHR

Founder and Managing Parter at GoAhead Ventures

Clancey Stahr is a Founder and Managing Partner at GoAhead Ventures, which invests in early stage companies. He was featured on the 2017 Forbes 30 Under 30 List in Venture Capital. He graduated from Stanford University in 2015 and Phillips Exeter Academy in 2011.