Current Student Contributors
The heart of E@D content comes through its student staff. Selected for their passion for entrepreneurship in its many forms, they ask the questions and seek out the information that so occupies their and their fellow students minds
Julia Allen is a sophomore from Binghamton, NY, majoring in Industrial and Labor Relations, with minors in creative writing and business. She joined E@D to explore the startup world at Cornell. She has served on the editorial staffs of five international literary magazines, including The Adroit Journal, and appreciates the creative thinking that is needed in both writing and business. After Cornell, Julia hopes to work in human resources.
Fred Kauber is a sophomore from Pleasantville, NY, majoring in Applied Economics and Management. Fred became a member of E@D in his freshman year to help publicize and encourage student entrepreneurship. Outside of E@D, Fred works for a quantitative trading group, plays soccer intramurals, and enjoys doing community service. After graduation, he hopes to pursue a career in technology or finance.
Catherine is a sophomore from Newton, MA, majoring in Applied Economics and Management. She is interested in exploring entrepreneurship and making it relatable for all students. Outside of E@D, Catherine is involved with Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity, Forte Campus at Cornell, and Campus Information and Visitor Relations. In her free time, Catherine enjoys paddleboarding, videography, and trying new eateries.
Archana is a junior in the Dyson School from Jaipur, India. She is concentrating in finance and entrepreneurship and planning to pursue Information Science. Through E@D, she hopes to engage in conversations with entrepreneurs and learn from their experiences; she also hopes to be able to make entrepreneurial ventures more available to the larger Cornell Community. Apart from E@D, she is involved with Cornell Venture Capital, Dyson Undergraduate Council, and Forté Campus @ Cornell.
Sarah is a freshman from Chatham, NJ majoring in Industrial Labor Relations. She is interested in business, leadership and ethics. Sarah joined E@D to connect with entrepreneurs on campus so that they can have the opportunity to inspire others and be recognized by their peers. Outside of the E@D community, Sarah serves as the freshman representative of Women’s Caucus. She also enjoys athletics, travel and music.
Kristi is a freshman from Long Island, NY majoring in Applied Economics and Management, with plans to concentrate in marketing. By meeting with student entrepreneurs for E@D, she hopes to learn more about entrepreneurship and share their experiences with the Cornell community. Outside of E@D, she serves on the Student Assembly Communications Committee and enjoys playing badminton and hanging out with friends.