Tyler Lucas and Nathaniel Thompson make a difference in the lives of young students with Start-Up Kids, a project founded by California Lutheran University
Adam Hall’s background is in real estate and investment banking. His focus now is undoing, unthinking, undeveloping, it’s turned into his life’s mission.
The Janik Brothers, both students at CLU, won the 2017 New Venture Competition. They have an unusual secret weapon, they’re magicians and entrepreneurs.
Robin Newman is the founder of Global Egg Donors, an egg donation program, based in Santa Barbara, specializing in the coordination of affordable procedures
Tim Goldstein is a neurodiversity communication specialist. His Aspergers diagnosis answered a lot of questions and changed his life’s work.
Dani Natcher has a fun job. As Community ambassador for Yelp, she helps businesses throw parties to build awareness and introduce their teams to the public.
Jamie DeVries is a teacher and the founder of Kids Helping Kids. He started the San Marcos Entrepreneurship Academy, where they empower young leaders.
Greg Van Ness is the CEO of Tolman & Wiker Insurance Services and one of the show sponsors. This conversation about culture colors most areas of business.
Robert, John and Alexis, won CLU’s Startup Weekend for their RepWatch idea. This included a $10,000 prize, and now it’s off to build and market their idea.
John Goerke loves coffee. He loves it so much he’s dedicated his life to making sure you get the most enjoyment out of every cup of his coffee.