Entrepreneurial MMH Students Find a Home at the Pillsbury Institute
The Pillsbury Institute welcomes students with involved faculty, staff, and space.
NGO Connecting Young Adults to Philanthropy Wins Business Plan Competition
“Citizens of the World,” a concept developed and pitched by Lucas Suero ’26, received this year’s $25,000 first place prize.
Where Are They Now? Kristen McClellan ’12 (ILR)
Kristen McClellan, Cornell alum and founder and CEO of SNAP Wellness and creator of SnappyScreen.
Where Are They Now? Chris Kirby ’14
Chris Kirby ’14, founder and CEO of Ithaca Hummus, says the Pillsbury Business Plan Competition gave him a terrific opportunity to hone his vision.
Where Are They Now? Robert Frisch, MBA ’13
Nolan alum and glamping pioneer Robert Frisch, MBA ’13 is co-founder and CEO of Firelight Camps.
Contestants Cash In on a Case for Cannabis
Hospitality Pitch Deck Competition showcases marketable business ideas, polished presentations, expert feedback, and $5,000 in seed funding.
Students Envision New Programs for “Workcation” Guests at Hospitality Hackathon
Students from across Cornell proposed new programs aimed at delivering exceptional experiences for the hotel guest of the future.
Where Are They Now? Harsha L’Acqua, MMH ’14
Alumni are asked to share their journeys and recollections. Harsha L’Acqua, MMH ’14 is founder and CEO of Saira Hospitality.
Where Are They Now? Marisa Sergi ’15 (CALS)
Marisa Sergi is a graduate of the Cornell Nolan School and affiliated with the Pillsbury Entrepreneurs in Residence Program.