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Jake Coddington is a first year MBA student and graduate assistant at the Office of Economic and Regional Development (OERD) at SIU-Carbondale. His primary responsibilites at the OERD include business consultation and market research for students and local business owners, heading the student business incubator program, and co-heading the Entrepreneur-in-Residence program.

Jake is also the president of Saluki Entrepreneur Corps, which focuses on enhancing it's members business and entreprenurship skills through workshops, competitions, and networking events. 

Prior to his time at SIU-Carbondale, Jake graduated from the University of Mississippi with both a Managerial Finance and Marketing degree. At the University of Mississippi, Jake lettered in varsity basketball and was on the Southeastern Conference (SEC) academic honor roll. He was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, a student worker and ambassador in the Center of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Tennesse Valley Authority fund manager, and a member of the financier's club, investments club, and entrepreneurship club.

Jake enjoys sports (especially basketball and football), traveling, music, going to the movies, and spending time with friends and family. He hopes to one day start his own business and travel to many places around the world.



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