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Exploring the mind of the female entrepreneur

Areas of Study , Entrepreneurship , Entrepreneurship Society , Faculty , Stories Student Organizations & Clubs | Sep 15, 2011 |

The most recent edition of Inside Fordham includes a question-and-answer session with Christine Janssen-Selvadurai, one of Fordham’s faculty experts on entrepreneurship — not to mention the trusted adviser to the Gabelli School’s Entrepreneurship Society and a driving force behind TrepCon, the newly renamed Fordham Entrepreneurship Week that takes place in November. (Watch GabelliConnect within the next few weeks for our formal announcement about TrepCon and details on its individual events, all of which are open to students and some of which will be open to the public.)

Click here to learn a little bit about Dr. Janssen-Selvadurai’s career story, including her research as a business scholar — which focuses on female entrepreneurs and how they think — and the unexpected career turn that led her into the world of entrepreneurship.


Photograph courtesy of Inside Fordham.

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