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E+I Full Time Faculty + Staff

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.

Ken Smith

Ken Smith

Assistant Director for the Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation; Assistant Professor for Entrepreneurship

Courses:

  • ENTR 303 Law for the Entrepreneur
  • ENTR 306 Ethics for the Entrepreneur
  • ENTR 312 Managing a Growing Enterprise
  • ENTR 319 Entrepreneurial Leadership
  • ENTR 423 Family Business Management
  • ENTR 430 Entrepreneurial Finance / Venture Capital
  • ENTR 466 Business Planning
  • ENTR 467 Corporate Innovation
Jordan Hudock

Jordan Hudock

Marketing + Outreach Coordinator, Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Jordan graduated from Grove City College in 2019 with a B.S. in Entrepreneurship and a minor in Computer Science. Jordan heads up all the marketing efforts for E+I including designing materials, overall brand management, website management and social media. She also works with both students and alumni, expanding the reach of the Center on the campus and in the community.

Lynn Stillwaggon

Lynn Stillwaggon

Program Manager, Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation

Amy Evans

Amy Evans

E+I Career Services Contact

Amy inspires students to develop skills from valuable and applied experiences that will apply to their future career goals. She coaches students to pursue their callings, identify their talents, and stand out in the job search process. Beyond coaching, she networks and engages with employers to connect them to memorable, engaging, and high quality candidates.

E+I Student Employees

Tessa Falcetta

E+I Photographer

Tessa Falcetta is a junior Entrepreneurship major from Grove City, Pennsylvania. She enjoys playing music, swing and ballroom dancing, and photography. When it comes to work, she loves administrative, back-office work. Anything detail driven or organizational is where she thrives. She enjoys SEO and Digital Marketing and hopes to use the skills that she has learned in them after college.

Stephanie Bonefield

E+I Writer

Stephanie Bonifield is from Pittsburgh, PA. She’s a communication studies major with an interest in film and writing. After college, she intends to pursue a career in the writing and publishing industry. Stephanie is passionate about the positive power of storytelling, on the screen and page alike, and she hopes to put this passionate to work inspiring others with her writing. In her free time, Stephanie enjoys fencing, painting, playing guitar, and watching more movies than she has time for.

Shaylin Duren

E+I Alumni Ambassdor

Shaylin (Shay) Duren grew up in the central valley of California. After taking a gap year to travel, she decided that she wanted to major in entrepreneurship to learn more about how people in business can alter society through creativity and teamwork. Shaylin is passionate about doing things well, championing others, and having fun. Her five favorite things about life include sunshine, warmth, butterflies, really terrible singing, and mornings.

Moriah Mosher

E+I Writer

Moriah is from Cleveland, Ohio. She is a marketing management major graduating this December. She enjoys writing and is passionate about content marketing and learning new skills. She hopes to move back to the Cleveland area after graduation but is open to exploring new opportunities as they come. In her free time, she enjoys rock climbing, spending time with friends, and learning new skills to further her career.

Lydia Young

E+I High School Program Assistant

Lydia Young is a Sophomore from West Chicago, Illinois. At Grove City College she is studying Biblical and Religious Studies and Entrepreneurship. She has a passion for people and the gospel and is hoping to be an international missionary after graduation. In her free time she enjoys exploring new coffee shops, dancing, and watching NASCAR with her family.

Katheryn Frazier

E+I Writer

Katheryn Frazier is a current Junior from Titusville, PA majoring in Communication and Visual Arts, with minors in music and general business. She hopes to pursue a career that integrates communication and business in the possible fields of customer service, human resources, marketing, etc. On campus she is involved in two choirs, The Committee of the Arts, Pew Fine Art’s hospitality group, the campus newspaper and works at the college library. In her free time, she finds herself reading literature and playing musical instruments.

Jael Compton

E+I High School Program Assistant

Jael Compton is a member of the class of 2022 from Newport, PA, a small town an hour outside of Harrisburg. She is an entrepreneurship major and has a special interest in family business. Jael is also a YoungLife leader on campus and is on Sharon Wyldlife. As a Wyldlife leader, she has the privilege to reach out to middle school girls in the city of Sharon and “earn the right” to share the gospel with them. She also loves backpacking, volleyball, the outdoors, and spending time with her nine siblings and nineteen nieces and nephews!

Heather Hondel

E+I High School Program Assistant

Heather Hondel is a junior entrepreneurship major from Oil City, PA. She has been an intern at the Venango Area Chamber of Commerce for the past two years. This experience has allowed her to apply what she has been learning about entrepreneurship in a hands-on way. She hopes to one day apply this knowledge and skillset in order to startup her own performing arts center. Heather has been dancing for seventeen years, participating in musicals since third grade, creating choreography since seventh grade, and has been the choreographer for five musicals. On campus, in addition to working in the Alumni Calling Center, Heather enjoys playing tuba in the marching band, being the publicity officer for the Swing Dance Club, and participating in business competitions.

Fisher Koons

E+I Alumni Ambassador

Fisher Koons is from Dallas, TX and is majoring in Entrepreneurship. He is passionate about serving the special needs community and after college, plans to create redemptive, innovative solutions to assist those with disabilities. On any given Saturday, you can find him making music, traveling to new places, or playing ultimate frisbee.

Ethan Hayward

E+I High School Program Assistant

Ethan Hayward is a senior from Sawyer Michigan studying entrepreneurship and professional writing. After switching between numerous majors at Grove City, he chose entrepreneurship because of the great professors and the countless opportunities to apply concepts from the classroom in team projects. After college, he hopes to start at a management consulting firm in Chicago. In his free time, he enjoys playing sports with friends, long-distance running, camping, playing the piano, and volunteering with youth group at church.

Patty J. Nickoloff

E+I High School Program Assistant

Patty Jo is a Junior from Pittsburgh, PA. She is a double-major studying Communication Studies and Entrepreneurship. At the college she participates in Orientation Board, The Alpha Beta Tau Sorority, The Newman Club, and Intramural Sport. For the Center for Entrepreneurship + Innovation Patty Jo works as an Event and Program Assistant. After graduation she hopes to work within an organization using Ideation and Innovation to streamline communication, stimulate productivity, and establish long-lasting and impactful legacies. Patty Jo’s ultimate goal is to use her career to make positive impact in the lives of others.

Emily Geiger

E+I Writer

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.

Zach LaValla

E+I Writer

Zach LaValla is from Lansdale, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia. He is a double major in entrepreneurship and finance. After college, he hopes to move on to seminary and become a pastor. Professionally, he is extremely passionate about fundraising. He hopes to innovate systems that give churches and nonprofit organizations a sense of comfort and stability with finances. In his free time, He loves playing bass, playing sports with friends, swing-dancing, and spending time with family.

Cameron Suorsa

E+I Photographer

Cameron Suorsa is an 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 the President of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (C.E.O) at GCC and is part of the Collegian, Rotaract, Glee Club and 4-H.

Paige Crawley

E+I Photographer

Paige Crawley is from Pittsburgh, PA. She is an freshman entrepreneurship major. She started her portrait photography business in 2015 and has the most fun shooting weddings and seniors. Besides taking pictures, she loves business, female empowerment, writing, and being with her family.

Robert Keicher

E+I Alumni Ambassador

Bobby Keicher is from Bethel Park, PA, a suburb of Pittsburgh. He is majoring in Entrepreneurship. After college, he hopes to start his own business. Professionally, he is extremely passionate about corporate responsibility. In his free time, he loves metal detecting and fossil hunting.

Caleb Pfohl

E+I Alumni Ambassador

Caleb Pfohl is from Tolland, Connecticut. He is majoring in Entrepreneurship, and is a Junior at the college. After his Sophomore year, he took a couple semesters off to work, and to spend time with his family- he came back with a renewed passion for learning. His biggest goals are to be a DoD Contractor, and to support developing countries via Social Entrepreneurship. In his free time, he enjoys playing video games, biking, and meeting new people.

Aby Griffith

E+I High School Program Assistant

Aby Griffith is from Toledo, Ohio. She is studying entrepreneurship with a minor in social innovation. She hopes to use the skills she learns in these studies to change the world through commercial businesses with social impact. She has a passion for helping to restore the dignity of the human person when they find themselves in situations that make their lives seem “lesser.” In her free time, she enjoys filmmaking and laughing with friends.

Department of Entrepreneurship Faculty

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
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 co-owner of Veritas Rebellion Records.

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.