Emily Fetsch, Research Assistant
Emily is interested in how entrepreneurship can be used to benefit communities.
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Chris Jackson, Research Assistant
Chris specializes in explaining the connections and interactions between economic research and policy questions.
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Alex Krause, Program Officer
Alex writes about closing the gender gap in entrepreneurship, organizational behavior, and productivity. She also highlights the great work produced by the Emerging Scholars network (Kauffman Dissertation Fellowship, Kauffman Junior Faculty Fellowship, Kauffman Prize Medal).
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Amisha Miller, Senior Program Officer
Amisha focuses on finding out what helps entrepreneurs to start up and grow.
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Arnobio Morelix, Senior Research Analyst & Program Officer
Arnobio is passionate about translating top entrepreneurship research into real-world knowledge for startups. Before jumping into the data side of business, Arnobio worked as a social entrepreneur in South America.
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Derek Ozkal, Program Officer
Derek focuses on falling rates of entrepreneurship and business dynamics.
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E.J. Reedy, Director
The original “Data Maven,” E.J. is a program officer on many of the Foundation’s signature entrepreneurship research and policy investments.
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Josh Russell, Research Assistant
Josh focuses primarily on the use and quality of big data and the economics of education.
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Colin Tomkins-Bergh, Research Analyst
Colin is fascinated by the explosion in AgTech and food entrepreneurship and what it means for future food systems.
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