is pleased to share the following invitation
Wednesday, October 14, 2020
5:30pm - 7:45pm
Virtual via Zoom
An event where friends of entrepreneurship meet to network, learn and help nurture the startup ecosystem of South Florida.
Join us to:
- Celebrate the winners of the 2020 Harvard Alumni Angels Pitch Competition.
- Hear from experts in entrepreneurship and investing
- Virtually connect with Startups, Investors and influencers of South Florida and beyond
With Keynote by:
Lynda M. Applegate, Baker Foundation Professor, Sarofim-Rock Professor of Business Administration, Emerita
View full bio below
Topic: Innovating Through Crisis - A Guide for Entrepreneurs and Investors
- 5:30 pm Arrival & Networking
- 6:00 pm Welcome remarks, introductions
- 6:10 pm Keynote “Innovating Through Crisis - A Guide for Entrepreneurs and Investors”, Speaker: Lynda Applegate, Professor Harvard Business School
- 7:10pm Presentation of the 3 finalist of the Pitch Competition
- 7:25 pm Announcements and Appreciations & Award ceremony
- HBS Club of South Florida Members: $0
- Harvard Club Members: $0 (please use promo code HARVARD at checkout for $10 discount)
- Regular Ticket/Guest of Members: $10
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Lynda M. Applegate
Baker Foundation Professor, Sarofim-Rock Professor of Business Administration, Emerita
Lynda M. Applegate is the Baker Foundation Professor at HBS and also serves as the Chair of the Advisory Committee for Harvard University’s Masters’ of Liberal Arts in Extension Studies degrees in finance and management. Lynda also continues to play a leading role in developing the HBS Executive Education Programs for entrepreneurs and business owners. In addition to serving as the head of the Entrepreneurial Management Unit, Lynda has held a variety of leadership positions at HBS, including serving as the Co-Chair of the MBA program, Chair of Field Based Learning and as a founding member of the HBS Technology Board. She has also held a number of Harvard University leadership positions, including serving as the Co-Chair of the Harvard Policy Group on Networked Government Services and on the Harvard University Provost’s Technology Advisory Board. Prior to joining the HBS faculty, Lynda was on the faculty of the University of Michigan, University of Washington and University of Arizona. In addition to her academic positions, Lynda also held a variety of leadership positions in the health care industry.