Entrepreneurs & Executives Series with Entrepreneur-In-Residence
October 19, 2017 | 12:10 pm | Moritz College of Law, Drinko 245
Caroline Crisafulli, Entrepreneur-In-Residence, Ohio State Advance, will talk about entrepreneurialism, the company she co-founded, and about what lawyers can do to communicate effectively with their clients who are entrepreneurs, and support them to commercialize an idea.
Caroline is a 26-year veteran of the medical device and health care industry. Caroline is a co-founder of Minimally Invasive Devices, a venture backed medical device start up company. As co-founder she has navigated the gamut of product development from concept to global commercialization. She has performed or assisted with every aspect of the business from inception, incorporation, product development from concept to commercialization, quality and regulatory affairs, sales and marketing, international business strategy, executive management, angel and venture fund raising, personnel and human resources.
Caroline has participated in REACH for Commercialization since its inception. She is passionate about building creative, effective teams and empowering women in technology. Caroline earned her BS in Genetics and Development from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. She is listed on 5 issued US patents.
The mission of Ohio State ADVANCE is to increase the representation, advancement and recruitment of women faculty in the academic STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) careers, and contributing to the development and success of global research leaders.
Moritz College of Law’s Professor Todd Starker will moderate Q&A.
Lunch provided. Registration required.
Co-sponsored by the Women’s Legal Society.