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Amy Rosen, The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur
Amy Rosen, The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur
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Amy Rosen, The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur

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  • 1. Amy Rosen President & CEO GCF 2012 “ The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur” 21-24 January 2012 NFTE 120 Wall Street, 18 th Floor New York, NY 10005 USA [email_address]
  • 2. The world does not create any more ‘ entrepreneurs.’
  • 3.
    • We need to create….
    • Entrepreneurial Citizens
    • Opportunity focused
    • Holistic in approach
    • Leadership balanced
  • 4.
    • Where to start creating entrepreneurial citizens?
    • Young People
    • MENA youth unemployment – 30%
    • UK youth unemployment – 21.9%
    • 15% of Chinese university graduates unemployed
    • 18.6 million US youth unemployed
    • 27% of Arab youth not yet in business for themselves want to be
    • 77% of US youth want to be their own boss and 42% believe the will invent something that changes the world.
  • 5.
    • How do we create entrepreneurial citizens?
    • Entrepreneurship Education
    • Engaging, problem-based learning, relevant to real-life
    • Critical thinking, communication skills, collaborative work
    • Innovators prepared to find opportunity and address the big challenges across sectors
    • Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship
      • 25 years of history and success
      • 400,000 low-income young people worldwide
      • 5000 teachers trained in 50 countries
  • 6. Two of NFTE’s Entrepreneurial Citizens
    • Ariell Buckingham, Chicago, IL
    • CEO, Smile Entertainment
    • 3 rd year at University of Illinois-Chicago
    • Future Business Innovators scholarship recipient
    • Plans to franchise her concept
    • Kyle Wong, Palo Alto, CA // Brooklyn, NY
    • Launched 3 businesses before age 18
    • 3 rd year at Stanford University
    • Interned with the Skoll Foundation
    • Stanford University Philanthropy Fellow
    • Published in Stanford Journal of Public Health
    • Current start-up, Apollo Docs (www.apollodocs.com)

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