By: Sydney Tyler
The faculty and staff of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) congratulate the Class of 2021 spring entrepreneurship graduates. Despite a global pandemic, these students have exemplified commendable work ethic and humility along their journey to graduation. Dr. Jennifer Sherer, the Director of ENI, offers parting words of congratulations and encouragement to this class.
Join us in congratulating the following graduates from the Class of 2021:
- Xavier Israel (B.B.A. Entrepreneurship)
- Mary Nguyen (B.B.A. Entrepreneurship)
The 2021 graduates awarded a Minor in Entrepreneurship come from a variety of academic disciplines, representing seven different majors and three colleges.
- Danielle Garvin (B.B.A. Marketing, Robinson College of Business)
- Leah Giordano (B.A. Film & Media, College of the Arts)
- Michaiah Edwards (B.A. Film & Media, College of the Arts)
- Kenya Powell (B.A. Art, College of the Arts)
- Joanne Lambo (B.A. English, College of Arts & Sciences)
- Santiago Lopez (B.A. Journalism, College of Arts & Sciences)
- Myles LeBlanc (B.A. Political Science, College of Arts & Sciences)
- Kane Williams (B.A. Speech Communication, College of Arts & Sciences)
- Mathew Rocha (B.A. Speech Communication, College of Arts & Sciences)
Help us celebrate our seniors by tagging @ENIGSU and using the #ENISenior2021hashtag on social media.
More about graduate Myles LeBlanc (B.A. ‘21) –
- Graduated magna cum laude
- Studied abroad in Romania and Mexico
- Plans on launching a business after graduation
“If you have a business or company you want to start, use the resources available to you at GSU. They are made for you to succeed!” – Myles LeBlanc
To learn more about ENI’s degree offerings, visit our academics page.