The Entrepreneurs Club at Northeastern University began in 2006, and started to gain serious momentum in 2009. Starting from a small gathering of a few aspiring student entrepreneurs, the club has grown to be one of the largest in the College of Business Administration and one of the most active entrepreneurship clubs in Boston. Since its humble beginnings, the club now includes a portfolio of exciting initiatives, multiple sponsorships and partnerships with some of the most innovative organizations on Northeastern campus.
Below is a tribute to all of the past E-boards that helped bring us to where we are today.
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 ChatterMob. Check out his personal blog at Bilotti.org.
Greg is an ambitious technology entrepreneur and passionate student leader. He currently serves as President of the Northeastern University Entrepreneurs Club.
Greg has always had an innate drive for building innovative technology companies. In 2004, he started an IT consulting firm that has developed 90+ websites and supported hundreds of IT systems.
More recently, he completed a co-op at Cisco Systems where he maintained a $10M data center and subsequently another co-op at Digitalsmiths, a venture backed digital media start-up.
In May 2011, he graduated as a Fellow at .406 Ventures, a $170M early stage technology venture capital firm, where he focused on deal sourcing and recruiting.
Aaron Gerry is currently a Senior at Northeastern; serving as the President of the University’s Entrepreneurs Club and pursuing a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology.
With the club, Aaron helped to develop and launch the Husky I+ Challenge. An avid evangelist of the entrepreneurial community at NU, Aaron has helped to cultivate awareness for entrepreneurs and works to support his fellow student-run startups as a Coach for IDEA, Northeastern’s Venture Accelerator.
Working on his own startup, Aaron is the Co-Founder of Zazu, the smartest damn alarm clock!
In the past, Aaron has interned at Localytics, taught Boston Public High School students, and was part of the core team that brought Ultra Light Startups to Boston. Aaron thoroughly enjoys hot sauce and zombie movies!
Punit currently serves as the CEO of Zazu, helping to organize the operations and business development of the Company. He has started two successful startups, Boston BookWorks.com and CoopRatings.com in the International Ecommerce and Social Collaboration space respectively. Punit is a recent graduate at Northeastern University and as the past President of the Entrepreneurs Club he created the Entrepreneurs Immersion Program where students can work with real world start ups to learn about their challenges, and Co-founded the Husky Innovation Challenge where students go through boot camps taught by student entrepreneurs to learn about the fundamentals of starting a venture. Punit has also worked in Investment Banking at Merrill Lynch and Venture Capital at Hercules Technology Growth Capital.