Daniel Kabanovsky ’24 had 60 seconds to pitch an idea two years in the making. And he had to do it over Zoom. The freshman took first place in the Edmund H. Shea Jr. Center for Entrepreneurship’s sixth annual Elevator Pitch Competition—the first one to be held virtually.
“We want to create students who are broader, more imaginative, curious for life, great learners, understand what it is to be men and women for others and not just narrow management or technical experts. That’s what makes us distinct: the breadth, the broadening of students, and encouraging them to pursue their passions in the liberal arts while they pursue their passions in management.”