As Entrepreneur in Residence for Life Changing Labs, Pam has helped launch the first summer incubator program and has mentored and worked with hundreds of Cornell students and dozens of startup companies. She is also a mentor for the McGovern Center's Life Sciences Incubator.
As a professor at Cornell, David has introduced innovative learning opportunities to students through founding the Intel-Cornell Cup, leading C.U.S.D., and is a leader in the Higher Education Maker Alliance.
Kelsey is currently completing her B.S. in ECE and about to begin her M.Eng. She has founded multiple startup companies, has gone through Cornell's elab accelerator, is a Kessler Fellow, and has just completed a summer internship as a hardware engineer at Google.
Ken is currently Managing Director and Instructor for Cornell's eLab program, and is a senior executive with over thirty years of experience. He helped start a summer hardware accelerator at Rev Ithaca Startup Works.
Ami organizes educational programming for students with a focus on experiential learning. Programs include, but are not limited to: tech treks, hackathons, conferences, networking events, career fairs, panels, shark tank, code boot camp, and more.
Michael is Managing Director of Life Changing Labs, Founder of LCL's summer startup incubator program, founder of LCS's global high school entrepreneurship and computer science program, Lead Thinker at Aesir Lab, and principal organizer of this Make-a-thon event. He is an award-winning photographer, architectural designer, and budding philanthropist. His work as an entrepreneur focuses on creating life changing opportunities for designers, engineers, and entrepreneurs to collaborate.
Andrew is currently a fifth year architecture student in Cornell's B.Arch program who is known for combining his passions of technology and design. He has been recognized for the innovative work he has done with Jenny Sabin Studio.
Justin is currently a junior in Cornell's Electrical and Computer Engineering program who love for making has pushed him to work on a collaborative effort to bring together all of the maker spaces on campus. His work on his project team, Engineering World health, his leadership in student government, and his projects outside of class shows his dedication to solving problems at a global scale.
Terry is currently a junior pursuing a science and technology degree from Cornell. His love for 3-D printing, design, and teaching has led him to build a myriad of things as well as mentor high school students along the way to empower them to build cool things too.
Jimmy is a senior majoring in Biological Sciences. He has led business development team for Life Changing labs, where he strengthened corporate sponsorship efforts and worked with its portfolio companies. He is the President of Cornell Undergraduate Research Board, the President of Centre d'Education Inclusif, and a researcher in regenerative medicine and genome engineering. He enjoys mulling over interesting problems.
Peter is the Founder of Life Changing Labs, a summer incubator and mentorship network for Cornell entrepreneurs, and Life Changing Summer, a program teaching entrepreneurship and programming to high school students across the world. He also works at Entrepreneurship at Cornell and serves on the Advisory Council. Currently, he leads StartupTree as its CEO to help fuel the growth of university entrepreneurship globally.
Haroon is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of the LCL summer incubator program and serial entrepreneur. He’s built software and hardware companies ranging from predictive shopping apps to the world’s first all-in-one smartphone case glucose monitor. He turned down a Fulbright after graduation to pursue startups and is an alum of both the eLab accelerator and Techstars.
Aaron is an analyst for Greengage, LLC, seed and early stage angel investors. He has served as a mentor for Life Changing Labs first summer program, and volunteers his time at Ithaca High School to teach entrepreneurship.
Vitchyr is a senior, double majoring in Computer Science and Electrical & Computer Engineering. He has interned at Facebook and now works in Prof. Ross Knepper's Robotic Personal Assistants Lab.
Ahmed is currently the leading Data Engineer at Wework and has past experience at Raytheon. While at Cornell, Ahmed led multiple projects with Dr. Campbell in the Autonomous Systems Laboratory and was involved in the entrepreneurship scene as a Kessler Fellow. His pursuit of excellence in everything that he does is powered by his passion for learning, teaching, and building.
Daniel is currently a thesis student in Cornell Tech's Connected Media Program. His past research and work in robotics at ReWalk and at Cornell has won him multiple awards including being in the top 16 in the iGEM World Competition. He is as enthusiastic about design as he is about building and making.
Jeremy has past experience at Makerbot, Google X, and is currently head of electrical engineering at Shaper. He has been recognized wit numerous awards for his work, and has published an exploratory guide to using arduino. With his passion for making, educating, and tinkering, Jeremy has worked on dozens of projects, and one of his most recent projects, JARVIS, is featured in the Wall Street Journal.