WHERE: VIRTUAL / WEBEX
WHEN: 12:00 – 1:00 PM, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27
In partnership with the Babson Parent Connection Employee Resource Group, NEIA is excited to invite you to join a discussion featuring two entrepreneurs and design leaders to focus on answering the question: “How might we prepare our kids to become future innovators and entrepreneurs?”
Matt Kressy, Founding Trustee, and Raymond Chang, Co-Founder of New England Innovation Academy (NEIA) will share their insights on how parents can foster creativity and entrepreneurship. The discussion will also feature some fun and practical examples from Paul Bogere, Kokoro Shinohara, and Lila Lewandowski – 9th & 10th graders at NEIA.
Prior to starting NEIA, the new middle and high school for future entrepreneurs and innovators, Matt Kressy was the Creator and Founding Director of MIT’s innovation leadership program, MIT Integrated Design & Management. Raymond has been a serial entrepreneur who took his first company to IPO at age 29. He was also an Adjunct Professor at Babson, teaching International Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship Thought & Action.
This session is geared towards parents of middle and high school-aged children, though all are welcome to attend. We hope you will join us for this informative conversation!
This event is hosted by Gina Regonini (she/her) and the Babson Parent Connection Employee Resource Group. Register today!