Matt Bilotti is in his third year at Northeastern University and likes to call himself a career opportunist, which means he constantly engages in opportunities where he can add value and learn. Matt is passionate about marketing, entrepreneurship, and the occasional spark of ridiculousness. In addition to being the club president, he is also Product Manager at influencers@. Check out his personal blog at Bilotti.org.
Veronica is a senior studying Management Information Systems and Marketing.
She's been a part of Entrepreneurs Club since the fall of 2010 and is looking forward to spending her last semester as Acting President.
As one of E-Clubs oldest members, she hopes to bring all of her experience and knowledge of entrepreneurship to the eboard and the club. Most importantly, she wants to make sure every member has the opportunity to fully experience the inspiration E-Club has to offer, while having fun and meeting new people.
Veronica has recently finished her third co-op at Adobe for their product called Adlens. She is very passionate about digital marketing including search and social advertising. She hopes to work at a start-up within that industry once graduated in May 2013.
Along with EClub, Veronica is a life-time member of the Girl Scouts of America and fully believes in giving back to her community through service and outreach.
Casey is a third year studying Entrepreneurship and Management Information Systems.
After a semester abroad freshman year, Casey found her niche at the E-Club.
As VP, she strives to help others take advantage of everything the club has to offer and benefit from it as much as she has.
Casey is also the co-director of EIP, helping aspiring entrepreneurs get their feet wet through engagement with local start ups.
In addition to her work with the club, Casey is also a Marketing and Member Services Associate at the New England Venture Capital Association.
Cory Bolotsky is passionate about helping support entrepreneurs and providing them with the resources and support they need to build high-growth companies that will change the world. Cory is currently director of the Entrepreneurs Club's flagship program, the Husky Startup Challenge and advises the club on day-to-day programing and long-term strategy. Cory also is a fellow with the Kairos Society, a .406 Ventures Student Fellow and formerly founded the club's Reach program.
Cory worked as the Startup Concierge at MassChallenge, the world’s largest startup competition and accelerator, working intimately with early-stage entrepreneurs. Cory currently works as the director for Startup Massachusetts, a region of the Startup America Partnership and is the Director of Startup Summer, a summer internship program aimed at engaging college students in the Commonwealth into meaningful internships at startups to expose them to the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Massachusetts.
AJ Horst is an aspiring software developer in his Sophomore year as a Computer Science and Entrepreneurship major here at Northeastern.
Raised on bedtime stories of Silicon Valley startups, his great interest lies in bridging the gap between cutting-edge technology and our everyday lives. After assistant-directing iMadeIT in Fall 2012, AJ stepped into the role of Director of iMadeIt this Spring while spearheading the creation of all all-new program, Code Red, at the same time.
Outside of the Entrepreneurs' Club, AJ feels strongly about the communities surrounding Northeastern, and volunteers regularly at Excel High School through Generation Citizen
A native of Houston, AJ begrudgingly acknowledges that he may be the only Texans fan this side of the Mason-Dixon line, and still dreams of one day bringing authentic Mexican food to New England. His love of biking and running is matched only by his love of eating and of wearing nice things, though not necessarily all at the same time.
AJ tweets furiously under the name @ajhorst, and his adventures are chronicled in real-time on his blog, ajhorst.com .
Annika is a sophomore at NEU concentrating in Entrepreneurship within the College of Business, with a minor in International Affairs.
After her first e-club meeting freshman year she was hooked, attending many of the club events and involving herself with EIP. She was eager to take advantage of Northeastern's study abroad options and traveled to Cuba after her second semester.
Looking forward, she would love to spend as much time internationally as possible, taking time for documentary photography as well as social ventures abroad. Annika has worked with startups such as Zaarly and Campus Live (now DailyBreak) in Boston and has just completed an internship with VODA Photography and Brands in her hometown Seattle.
She entertains herself by enjoying the outdoors, cooking and eating delicious things and surrounding herself with motivated and compassionate people.
Dan McCarthy is in his third year as a Digital Art Major, concentrating in photography. He contributes to the club by documenting its happenings with extremely flattering photographs. Dan is very passionate about photography and shoots most anything that interests him. He has a lot of experience shooting for clubs and dance crews at northeastern as well as for people all around the city of Boston. With all his photography Dan strives to present a unique perspective while also drawing interest.
Dan has the habit/talent for take pictures without people knowing as well as capturing very opportune or inopportune moments. Some people may mistake these attributes for creepiness but let it be assured that he is very friendly and is simply trying to do a thorough job.
When Dan is not enjoying EClub activities he loves music with soul, improv comedy, competitive sports, and dancing. Dan revels in helping people, having fun, and being creative, all of which make EClub a perfect fit.
Check out Dan's portfolio: www.danmccarthyphoto.com
David Oates is a first year student at Northeastern, studying Business and Computer Science.
He first got involved with the Entrepreneurs Club as a participant in the Husky Startup Challenge back in the fall. Throughout the semester, he developed FindU, a website for prospective students to learn about colleges in an interactive way. After having gone through the program as a participant, David is excited to teach others what he learned in the coming semester.
When he’s not in class, David can be found doing one of the following:
Dean Brodeur is a Sophomore at Northeastern who is pursing a dual concentration in Accounting and Finance. He is truly passionate about helping others and making the difficult simple. Dean loves to work in fast paced environments, including Entrepreneurs Club, and most recently the New Haven Open Tennis Tournament. Beyond the E-Club, Dean enjoys making others laugh, listening to good music, and losing track of time with friends. You can easily recognize him as the guy in the blazer bringing in the pizza.
Devon is currently a sophomore majoring in Environmental Studies and Entrepreneurship.
He is passionate about saving the world and changing it, one person and one idea at a time.
I am a third year at NU and I am studying Marketing and Finance. I love to travel and "adventurecise". People usually describe me as a big ball of energy and I like to keep myself constantly busy. I am drawn to social entrepreneurship and giving back to others, especially through innovative projects.
Jack is a sophomore chemical engineering major with an industrial engineering minor.
He has a passion for technology and how it can change the world. Specifically, he has an interest in energy and hopes to be a founding member of a company that makes sustainable energy a reality.
Jack got involved with the Entrepreneur's Club through EIP his second semester freshman year. He also was a participant in the first Engineers for the Greater Good that same semester. He has since served as an EGG assistant director in the fall, and he will now be directing that program in the spring.
Laura Marelic is currently a 3rd year student dual-majoring in Graphic Design and Interactive Media and minoring in Computer Science and Digital Art. After working on Notely, the Spring 2011 HSC winning company, her career focus shifted from photography to branding and web design. This decision was undoubtedly the right one, and thanks to her friends in the Entrepreneur's Club, she was given the amazing opportunity to study under the club's previous, and first ever, Creative Director. This fall, she will be filling his position as an official board member and could not be more excited to not only grow the E-Club identity but also help student startups evolve into beautifully branded companies.
Outside of art and design Laura enjoys playing the trumpet in Northeastern's Wind and Jazz Ensembles, photographing various habitats, and exploring different parts of planet Earth. Growing up in Northern New Jersey for 18 years, she is a die-hard Yankees fan and luckily *not* related to Snooki. In fact, she rarely watches TV; her time is instead spent crock potting, hanging out with friends, or relaxing to music.
Matt is a freshman studying Computer Engineering and Entrepreneurship, he got involved in E-Club quickly as an EGG head,
Marketing Marine and Newsletter Coordinator.
Matt started his first business when he was 12 years old fixing neighbors computers which expanded to cover the greater NW Chicagoland area with IT Support. He is also the Business Manager and Co-Founder of GigaStorm, a mobile application and website development firm.
Aside from business, he is an efficiency enthusiast, a passionate follower of aviation and the tech market, and is a cadet in Air Force ROTC.
Rohan is currently a sophomore majoring in Business Administration, with dual concentrations in Finance and Management Information Systems.
Rohan is a voracious reader and loves meeting new people.
Feel free to reach out to him at firstname.lastname@example.org - He would love to hear from you!
Tyler is a third year Pharmacy student at Northeastern.
While he started as strictly a health science student, he was somehow roped into the "Entrepreneurship" business by some fantastic people. Always an opportunist, he hopes to use this newfound knowledge to eventually work on his own pharmaceutical startup, provided that he can raise the capital.
He hates when things are disorganized, and as Director of Operations, does his best to prevent those kind of catastrophes. Some even claim he does a good job!
He is really socially awkward, even though people sometimes mistake that for his sense of humor. However, he is nice enough on his good days, and only bites on Wednesdays.
Next time you see him, you should definitely go say hello!
Ariel is a freshman at Northeastern studying Computer Science and Business. She is passionate about baking, running, and winning scavenger hunts.
When she's not in class or at an Entrepreneurs Club event, Ariel works at the influencers@ office as a Product Intern. She spends the better half of her days typing away in the company's ball pit.
After enjoying a wonderful first semester in EIP, Ariel is excited to see what the Entrepreneurs Club has in store for the Spring semester.
Danielle Doucot is a sophomore at NEU, studying Communications with a minor in Business Administration.
After spending her first semester in college abroad as a N.U.in student, she wanted to get involved on campus. She got involved with the entrepreneurs club and enrolled in HSC.
After freshman year she wanted to get more involved in such an up and coming club. She contributes to the club by filming the general meetings, speakers, and cool things that the entrepreneurs club does through out the semester. She has her own video production company, Shoot it. Save it. Share it. and has worked as the producer of her high school weekly television show that airs on cable access in her local community.
Aside from her talent filming, she loves to boat, fish, and sail. Growing up on the water allows Danielle to spend her summers teaching and coaching one design sailing at her local yacht club. She has her United States Coast Guard Launch License and is pursing her Captains License.
Eileen Han is a junior majoring in Management. Born and raised in Korea, Eileen came to Boston in January 2008 to broaden her education.
Before she joined the Entrepreneurs club, she was interning as a Project Manager at IDP (UN MDGs Supporting Organization) for 3 months in 2011. Inspired by the entrepreneurial spirit, Eileen joined the Entrepreneurs Club in spring 2012 as an active member. She has since been in love with the club, participating in many entrepreneurial events and volunteering at the AD Club.
Eileen loves people, food, music, and photography. She enjoys learning new things and languages and sharing her culture with the others.
Larissa is a freshman at Northeastern studying International Affairs and Anthropology with a second major in Spanish.
She is a lifelong entrepreneur and helped run a handbag company for four years in high school.
In her first semester at Northeastern she joined iMadeIT and EIP and has since taken a board position to become more involved in the club.
Matt is a third year student studying Marketing and Entrepreneurship. Upon transferring to Northeastern Matt found the Entrepreneurs club and was immediately hooked (some say this may be due to the abundant amounts of pizza available). Although Matt gets most excited about EIP, he is known to enjoy many other aspects of the club, as well.
Matt is also a pizza and burrito enthusiast who loves to eat, learn about, and travel to experience new types of food. If you know of some great kind of food you better let him know about it!
Matt is thrilled to bring his previous student leadership experiences and thirst for knowledge to the E-Club team. Feel free to contact Matt to discuss pizza, burritos, any other type of awesome food, marketing, entrepreneurship, or just to say hi at email@example.com or on Twitter at @MatthewTForrest.
Ze'ev Klapow is a Freshman Mechanical Engineering major.
While Ze'ev is majoring in mechanical engineering, his interests are very broad. At the age of twelve, Ze'ev began teaching himself how to program. This experience led him to get an internship at a silicon valley robotics company called Willow Garage, where he continues to work. Currently his focus is on Coherent Clothes, a company which he founded as part of HSC last semester.
It is Ze'ev's strong belief that everyone should know how to program, and he takes every opportunity he gets to teach people more about computer science.
When he isn't working, Ze'ev is an avid photographer and can often be found behind the lens of his camera.
Check out his blog at zklapow.com