The Entrepreneurs in Residence (EiR) Program

Whether you’re looking to start a company today, tomorrow, or you’re simply interested in the world of entrepreneurship, the EiR program is your opportunity to receive one-on-one mentorship from a successful entrepreneur. Click on their profiles below to set up an appointment.

Learn & Grow

Interested in tech, healthcare, or social impact? Our network of EiRs has a diverse range of experiences, and connecting with them is a great way to explore your interests.

Free Flowing Conversation

Ask them for advice on your career, your studies, or simply ask them about themselves. It doesn’t need to be a structured conversation.

No Commitment Necessary

Our EiRs are at your disposal. You can connect with one this week, and chat with another next week.

EiRs support the mission of the Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative by providing expertise, advice, mentoring, coaching, and other assistance to students, faculty, alumni, and administrators on campus or at the Georgetown Venture Lab throughout the semester. EiRs also act as ambassadors for Georgetown University and the Entrepreneurship Initiative, helping us to expand our base of contacts and reputation in the campus and business community by engaging their own professional networks.

Rose Carter

Co-founder of Aeternum LLC / Co-founder of Global Wireless Solutions

Laura Clark

Innovation and Entrepreneurship Manager, The Good Food Institute

Ellen Eisenberg

Adjunct Professor, Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business

Dahna Goldstein

Chief Investment Officer, Halcyon and Co-Managing Director of the Halcyon Fund

Liz Tenety

Co-Founder, Chief Digital Officer, Motherly