Babson joined Stanford, UCBerkeley + Wharton for B-School Disrupt in San Francisco
Babson College joined other leading Bay Area business schools for the 2nd annual B-School Disrupt SF on September 5, 2019 hosted at the LinkedIn San Francisco headquarters.
This special startup pitch event is meant to gather alumni around TechCrunch Disrupt SF—an annual local event debuting revolutionary startups and game-changing technologies, taking place in the city that same week.
Alongside other alumni from Stanford Graduate School of Business, Haas School of Business, Berkeley, and Wharton, Penn, Babson was represented by:
Bryanne Leeming an alumna of the Babson Graduate School, MBA class of 2016 and participant in the Babson Summer Venture Program 2016 presented Unruly Studios, an interactive kids product company that gets kids up and moving around while learning how to code.
Rachel Pardue, a Babson undergraduate member of the class of 2019, participant in the spring 2018 Semester in San Francisco program and summer 2018 Summer Catalyst program, presented LOU, a web assistant that teaches while you work.
Ben Narasin, Babson alumnus Class of 1987 and Venture Partner at New Enterprise Associates (NEA) respresented Babson on the expert judge panel.
B-School Distrupt SF was emceed by Stanford alumna and The League founder & CEO, Amanda Bradford. Ben Narasin was joined by two other judges,l representing Stanford and Wharton, alumna, Jenny Lefcourt, General Partner at Freestyle and respresenting UCBerkeley, alumnus, Brett Wilson, Vice President & GM at Adobe Advertising.
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