Graduate student participates in entrepreneurship in higher ed roundtable discussion

JeShaune JacksonJumpStart Inc. invited JeShaune Jackson, a graduate student and entrepreneur, to participate in a roundtable discussion to explore the benefits of an entrepreneurship in higher education.

Jackson is working toward a master’s degree in biotechnology entrepreneurship and an MBA focusing in health care strategy.

Deborah Hoover, president and CEO of the Burton D. Morgan Foundation; Peter Abramo, director of the Center for Entrepreneurship at the College of Wooster; and Julie Messing, executive director of Entrepreneurship Initiatives at Kent State University, joined Jackson on the panel, titled “The Benefits of an Entrepreneurial Education.”

Listen to the a podcast of the roundtable discussion.