Jennifer Villalobos - Oregon State University
Jennifer Villalobos graduated from Oregon State University in 2009 with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration with concentrations in International Business and Marketing and a Bachelors of Science in Education with a focus in Adult Workplace Training. She also received a minor in Spanish spending a term studying abroad in Santander, Spain. During her time at OSU, she served as President of OSU Students In Free Enterprise helping develop programs around entrepreneurship, financial literacy, business success skills, and business ethics for communities, local and abroad; recently named a top 20 team in the nation out of over 600 teams. As an instrumental leader of the Austin Entrepreneurship Program at OSU, she has coordinated events, served as a mentor to fellow AEP members and students, and held the role as a teaching assistant for freshman Introduction to Entrepreneurship classes.
She is currently working on a Masters in Business Administration at Oregon State University. She plans to pursue a Ph.D in Business to become a university professor focusing on project management and entrepreneurship.
I live, eat, sleep, and breathe everything that is entrepreneurship at OSU. Through my extensive networks within my university, and with the community at large, I plan to strengthen our current programs that I have been actively involved with for more than 5 years and create new opportunities for student inventors, innovators, and entrepreneurs to advance towards their goals and dreams. Through increased collaboration, the ideas of tomorrow can become the realities of today.
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