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The leadership here at the Reh Center for Entrepreneurship reflects our unique entrepreneurial model in which students, faculty, entrepreneurs, and community all work together. Each plays a vital role in supporting the growth of entrepreneurs in today’s global economy.

Erin Draper is Director for the Reh Center for Entrepreneurship, and Ashley Sweeney serves as the Assistant Director. The Center is named for David Reh (Clarkson ’62), a highly successful entrepreneur and corporate executive. Leadership at the Center also includes a 12 member advisory council, student interns, and Faculty Affiliates

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