Ideation to Creation for Early Stage Entrepreneurs

The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School presents...

Entrepreneur Panel in Washington D.C.

We’re thrilled to host a panel of successful entrepreneurs at our Washington D.C. campus on October 23rd We hope you’ll join us to hear more about what it takes to start your own business. Panelists will discuss their thoughts on “Ideation to Creation for Early Stage Entrepreneurs.” Hearing another person’s story and tips on how to get started might be the fuel you need to take the next step towards your entrepreneurial vision.

October 23, 2018
4:45-5:45 PM

A member of Innovation Factory at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School will be moderating the panel in collaboration with the Career Development Office.

Jamilah Corbitt
An award winning speaker, marketing maverick, and the visionary leader of i am a brand® — a digital media agency that shows companies how to build customer-centric digital communities.

Sheri Kurdakul
Founder of EBinRA, Inc. and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. She also serves as the Director of Marketing and Operations for KnoWEwell, P.B.C. Formerly, she was the Managing Partner of Holistic Business Solutions, a small business, and nonprofit consulting firm.

Brian Loebig
Founder of Loebig Ink, LLC and an award winning technology blog, Brian has over 15 years of experience working as a practitioner and administrator in the small business, non-profit, human service and technology fields with a special emphasis on SEO, web design and social media.

Michael Lwin
Managing Director of Koe Koe Tech whose mission is to reduce maternal and child mortality rates in Myanmar. Their goals is to improve health indicators, and to increase access to information, resulting in positive social impacts for the people of Myanmar.

Michelle Profit
Founder and Principal of the estate planning law firm, Profit Law Firm, LLC, where she has been assisting clients throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia for more than 20 years. A Harvard Law School-educated estate, legacy, and business succession planning attorney, Michelle prides herself on providing personal, customized estate planning for families and businesses.


Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
DC Center (Room 110)
1625 Massachusetts Avenue
Washington, D.C. 20036


Oct 23 2018


4:45 pm - 5:45 pm



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Johns Hopkins Carey Business School - DC Center
1625 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20036


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