In this series, Karen Guzman talks to student and alumni entrepreneurs about how they are making an impact with their startups.
A conversation with David Campbell ’22, whose startup ICP Securities (ICPS) leverages its own algorithm to increase liquidity for small- and mid-cap stocks.
A conversation with Jinqiang Ning ’25, whose startup assesses battery health and remaining life of EV battery packs to make the used EV market more transparent.
A conversation with Renato Carregha ’23, whose startup offers residents of Latin America a crypto investment platform aimed at building wealth in the region.
A conversation with Linda Craib ’10, whose startup gathers infant mental health and early childhood development data through an iPhone app and shares it with healthcare providers.
A conversation with Ella Archibald ’22, who collaborated with classmate Tri Hiremath ’22 to create a service to make cosmetic dermatology services more affordable and convenient.
A conversation with Preeti Pandey Adhikary ’21, founder of the Great Nepali Diaspora, a global community that supports and encourages students and professionals with Nepali roots.
A conversation with Alex Hatzis ’24, who collaborated with his classmates to create a fund to invest in startups at Yale and elsewhere, in health tech, fintech, and sustainability.
A conversation with the student team behind The Path Forward.
A conversation with Song Kim ’20, co-founder of KovaDX, which is building technologically advanced tools to increase access to quality healthcare for underserved communities.
In this series, we talk to student and alumni entrepreneurs about how they are making an impact with their startups.