Alumna from Cambridge Judge Business School makes the Business Weekly ‘Next Generation of Entrepreneurs’ list
An MBA alumna from Cambridge Judge Business School has been listed by Business Weekly as one of the next generation of Cambridge entrepreneurs.
Priscilla Li graduated from the MBA programme in 2009 and is currently pursuing further entrepreneurial ventures, including Alta Consult, a management consulting firm working with leading technology, media and telecoms companies.
Prior to her MBA, Priscilla was an associate director at Bell Canada and led the delivery of new products and services in the hi-tech sector. She was also the Chair of Cambridge MBA Ventures and a former project manager for the Silicon Valley comes to Cambridge (SVC2C) conference in 2009.
Business Weekly compiled the list in a bid to recognise the unstinting efforts of these business people and to encourage other similar corporate mentors and venturers to join the group.
Also listed was Dr Eben Upton, an Executive MBA alumnus from Cambridge Judge Business School, who recently launched his micro-computer, Raspberry Pi.
In addition, a number of connections from the School’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) were also included:
- Dr Shai Vyakarnam, Director of the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL)
- Richard Green, Alan Barrell and Phil O’Donovan, Entrepreneurs in Residence at CfEL
- Hermann Hauser, CfEL Visiting Entrepreneur
- Nick Haan, Shamus Husheer, Robert Swann and Chris Mitchell, alumni of CfEL’s Ignite programme
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