Computer Science Student’s Business Picked for Seed Funding, Mentorship Program
Georgia State University student Paige Malcolm is the founder and CEO of SkinCentric, one of 12 companies selected to participate in Georgia State’s Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund. The six-month program supports GSU students, recent alumni and community entrepreneurs with seed funding and mentorship to start and grow new ventures. Malcolm, a sophomore computer science major at the university, merged two of her passions — beauty and technology — to create SkinCentric. Click to read more.