InBIA selects expert entrepreneurial support professionals to teach the Entrepreneurship Center Management (ECM) courses. These seasoned practitioners draw from their own experiences to give examples while teaching the rigorously vetted content that is standard to each course and they engage participants in interactive activities and discussions around the key topics. Meet our current instructors below.
Interested in becoming an ECM instructor? Contact Molly Mordocco to learn more about the process.
|Over the past 15 years, Charles Ross has worked with communities of various shapes and sizes to build and sustain vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystems. His experience spans across several innovation-related disciplines to include entrepreneurship, business incubation, economic development, and investment management. He has provided strategic leadership for organizations within the public, private, and nonprofit domains and has directly mentored and coached founders/CEOs at over 30 high-growth companies.|
Claggett Wolfe Associates
|Chuck Wolfe is president of Claggett Wolfe Associates, an incubation consulting firm in Auburn, Calif. He has over 25 years of experience as an entrepreneur, incubator developer and operator of community-based lending and business assistance programs. Wolfe co-authored both the first and second editions of InBIA’s Best Practices in Action. He has contributed to other InBIA publications, worked with InBIA consulting teams, presented at InBIA conferences and outside events on the association’s behalf, and served as a judge for the InBIA Incubation Awards. Wolfe has been an InBIA member since 1997 and currently serves as Board Treasurer of the InBIA Board of Directors.|
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