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Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Yvonne J. English

Yvonne J. English

Executive Director, Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation and Lecturer, Department of Entrepreneurship

Courses:

  • ENTR 102: Technology for Entrepreneurs
  • ENTR 301: Lean LaunchPad (LLP)
  • ENTR 309: E-Commerce
  • ENTR 317: Startup Founder’s Dilemmas
  • ENTR 402: Tech Commercialization Studio
  • ENTR 409: Internet Entrepreneurship
  • ENTR 460: Independent Study
  • ENTR/BUSA 468: Innovation for Impact
  • ENTR 470: VentureLab (Independent Research)
  • ENTR 480: Internship in Entrepreneurship

For Professor Yvonne English’s full bio, please see www.yvonneenglish.com.

Lynn Stillwaggon

Lynn Stillwaggon

Program Manager, Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Ariella Carter '18

Ariella Carter '18

Lead Photographer, Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation

My name is Ariella, but everyone calls me Ari! I am a senior at Grove City College majoring in Entrepreneurship, originally from Cleveland, Ohio. I am also a TA for Professor George Howley, the VP of the GCC Campus chapter of International Justice Mission and holds leadership roles within Photography Society and IMPACT (Outdoor Education Program at Grove City). I love to spend my free time outdoors climbing and backpacking. I love photography and graphic design and am passionate about creating positive change in the world through business and entrepreneurship.
Emily Geiger '20

Emily Geiger '20

Communications (Writer), Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Emily Geiger is a double major in Entrepreneurship and Political Science for the class of 2020. She’s originally from the wonderful city of Buffalo, New York. When she’s not studying, you can find Emily writing stories, painting pictures, and going on spontaneous adventures with her friends. Emily is a part of Grove City’s Field Hockey team, Impact Leadership Program, Project Okello, a DJ at WSAJ, and leads worship at Tower Presbyterian Church. She’s passionate about crafting meaningful stories, advocating for mental health awareness, providing relief for Syrian Refugees, and wishes to travel the world.
Karl Hartz ‘20

Karl Hartz ‘20

Videographer, Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation

(A man of few words.)

  • Sophomore
  • Royersford, PA
  • Entrepreneurship
  • IM frisbee and soccer
  • My hobbies are snowboarding and video editing.
Jordan Hörst ‘18

Jordan Hörst ‘18

Social Media Manager, Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Jordan is a senior entrepreneurship major from Aurora, OH. He’s fervent about music and innovation and enjoys exploring how those passions unite. He has placed in the European Innovation Academy, the Elevator Pitch Competition, GCC Shark Tank and the Wolverine Venture Battle. His work on Studio Song has taken him around the world and he never stops looking for ways to innovate.
Jordan Hudock ‘19

Jordan Hudock ‘19

Graphic Designer, Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Jordan Hudock is a current junior pursuing a major in Entrepreneurship and a minor in Computer Science. She is originally from the Greater New York City area. Her hobbies include songwriting, reading, and spending time with friends. Currently, she is a member of the Robotics club, the Photography Society, and runs WishILearned.com, a site of encouragement and resources for ambitious students.
Zach LaValla ‘21

Zach LaValla ‘21

Communications (Writer), Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation

My name is Zach LaValla, and I’m a freshman from Lansdale, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia. I am a double major in entrepreneurship and finance. After college, I hope to move on to seminary and become a pastor. Professionally, I am extremely passionate about fundraising. I hope to innovate systems that give churches and nonprofit organizations a sense of comfort and stability with finances. In my free time, I love playing bass, playing sports with friends, swing-dancing, and spending time with family.
Paul Morrissey ‘20

Paul Morrissey ‘20

Graphic Designer, Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Paul Morrissey is a current sophomore at Grove City College studying entrepreneurship with a minor in design. Paul is from Waldorf, MD and is on the varsity diving team here at GCC. In his spare time, Paul works on many different photography and graphic design projects.
Liney Parker ‘20

Liney Parker ‘20

Photographer, Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Liney Parker an Entrepreneurship major from distant and sunny Durango, CO and is a member of the class of 2020. Her campus involvement includes being a member of Student Mission Fellowship and a discipleship group. Along with being a photographer for the Center of E&I, Liney works as an elevator pitch coach and teacher’s assistant for Professor Sweet and is a social media manger and content creator for a company called SutiSana. Additionally, she is quite fond of chocolate chip pancakes and thrift shopping.
Landon Schamberg '19

Landon Schamberg '19

Researcher, Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation

My name is Landon Schamberg, and I am a Junior at Grove City College majoring in Entrepreneurship. I am from the amazing city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I am a part of Grove City College Investment club, Photography club, and have a position as an Internal Auditor Internship at Hovis Auto and Truck Supply. Spending time in a good book, conversation with friends, or being outdoors are some of the key parts of my life. I am passionate about business and new ways of improving products in every-day life. Being involved in the community and creating a motivational change in the hearts of others are something that I value greatly. I plan to achieve all of these things through Entrepreneurship in Business.
Abby Schiela ’18

Abby Schiela ’18

Assistant to the Program Manager, Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Abby is a senior Entrepreneurship/English double major from Doylestown, Pennsylvania.  In addition to her position in the CEI, she is a third year Resident Assistant on campus, which allows her to express her passion for supporting people through times of transition.  She enjoys running and hot beverages of all kinds.
Cameron Suorsa ‘21

Cameron Suorsa ‘21

Photographer, Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Cameron is a freshman entrepreneurship major at Grove City College who grew up in the neighboring town of Slippery Rock. He is passionate about photography, leadership, innovation and serving his community. Involved in multiple organizations, he is part of the Collegian, Rotaract, Glee Club and 4-H.

Department of Entrepreneurship

Timothy J. Sweet

Timothy J. Sweet

Department Chair and Professor of Entrepreneurship

Courses:

  • ENTR 101: Entrepreneurial Mind
  • ENTR 302: Sales in the Startup
  • ENTR 307: Social Entrepreneurship
  • ENTR 314: Entrepreneurship and the Mission of the Church
  • BUSA/ENTR 328: Internet Content Marketing
  • BUSA/ENTR 330: Search Engine Optimization
  • BUSA/ENTR 408: Social Entrepreneurship Practicum
  • ENTR 430: Entrepreneurial Finance and Venture Capital
  • ENTR 460: Independent Study
  • ENTR 470: Independent Research
  • ENTR 480: Internship in Entrepreneurship
George Howley

George Howley

Professor of Entrepreneurship

Courses:

  • ENTR 306: Ethics for the Entrepreneur
  • ENTR 312: Entrepreneurship: Managing a Growing Enterprise
  • ENTR 423: Family Business Management
  • BUSA 424: Supply Chain Management
  • ENTR 460: Independent Study
  • ENTR 466: Business Planning
  • ENTR 467: Corporate Healthcare Innovation
  • ENTR 470: Independent Research
  • ENTR 480: Internship in Entrepreneurship
Cedric Lewis

Cedric Lewis

Guest Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

Courses:

  • BUSA 303: Business Law
  • BUSA/ENTR/MUSI 326: Introduction to the Business of Music
  • BUSA/ENTR/MUSI 426: Introduction to Music Marketing

Professor Cedric Lewis owns the Unashamed Clothing Co and serves as the Director of Marketing, Innovate Records/ The Cellar Records.

Mark Hendrickson

Mark Hendrickson

Adjunct Professor of Economics and Entrepreneurship

Courses:

  • ECON 101: Principles of Economics (Micro)
  • ECON 290: Study: Economics of Social Issues
  • ENTR 331: Entrepreneurship and Enterprise
  • SOCI 356: POV & Stratification
Kyle English

Kyle English

Guest Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

Courses:

  • ENTR 307: Social Entrepreneurship
  • BUSA/ENTR 408: Social Entrepreneurship Practicum

Professor Kyle English is the Executive Director of the Community Foundation of Western PA and Eastern OH.

Jonathan Habbershon

Jonathan Habbershon

Guest Lecturer, Entrepreneurship

Courses:

  • ENTR 430: Entrepreneurial Finance and Venture Capital

Professor Jonathan Habbershon is the Managing Director of the Telos Group.

Chris Allison

Chris Allison

Guest Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

Dr. Chris Allison serves as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Allegheny College.
Ken Smith

Ken Smith

Guest Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

Professor Ken Smith is the President of Simcoach Games.