Eric Hall – Professor of Exercise Science at Elon University
“I have worked with Elizabeth on two projects related to SEED. She is an officer in this organization and it is obvious why she is. I have found Elizabeth to have a great passion for entrepreneurship and getting others involved. In the projects I worked with her she was energetic, professional and organized. I would highly recommend her.”
Curry W. Hilton – Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant at the University of Alabama
“Ms. Elizabeth is an outstanding scholar, entrepreneur, and person. Her strong intellectual curiosity, passion for excellence, and goodwill toward others set her relative bounds above peers. Her innovative outlook and strong business savvy created positive synergies among fellow students within group interactions. It was an absolute pleasure to have Elizabeth in the classroom. If investing in someone’s future could be monetized and the return captured, all my money would be riding on Elizabeth.”
Laura Zavelson – CFO/COO at Edufii, Inc.
“Elizabeth is one of my favorite students. I have had the opportunity to have her as a student in multiple classes as well as work with her outside of class on various projects and initiatives. She is extremely intelligent and approaches projects and problems with an entrepreneurial mindset. She is capable of getting things done and her efforts result in high-quality work. She is also wonderfully personable and a pleasure to work with. I highly recommend her for any role and believe any employer, partner or client is lucky to work with her.”
Gary Palin – Entrepreneurship Professor at the University of Maine
“Elizabeth is an outstanding student leader in the Love School of Business. She exemplifies leadership through her role as a Doherty Scholar by encouraging students across disciplines on campus to get involved and learn about the entrepreneurial mindset. The Doherty Scholars are student leaders who are not only outstanding academically, but who are also viewed by the LSB faculty and Doherty Center board as highly innovative and willing to play a lead role in activities that add value to the business school and campus community.
More specifically, Elizabeth has shown strong interpersonal skills that allow her to create a great group dynamic. Elizabeth was one of the brightest and most engaged students in my winter term course “Global Entrepreneurship Ventures” during the 2012 academic year, and in my winter term course, “Applications of Entrepreneurship”. Elizabeth shows strong commitment to all of the leadership roles she undertakes, and I recommend her without any reservation.”