Fellow:Christopher Tiffin

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Christopher, a current junior at Loyola University Maryland, pursuing a Bachelor Degree in Economics. Christopher hails from Lewisburg, PA and believes that he has a genetic predisposition for entrepreneurship (his mother just created a new product, check it out at gorunlites.com).

Throughout his young adulthood, Christopher has created a landscaping company that hired 18 high school students; founded a charity benefiting pediatric cancer patients and their families; and a small scale startup consulting firm. He has also interned with various startup, most often assisting the CEO's directly.

On campus, Christopher chose many different leadership paths to foster and develop his entrepreneurial mindset. He has been involved in Student Government, Chief Investment of Microfinance club, and a peer tutor. Christopher loves to use his diverse skill set and background to shake up the status quo.

As of the spring meet up, Christopher has started a Higher Ed Tech Startup, focused on creating a better system for high school seniors to pick their colleges.

Christopher's finest achievement is a potato cannon that has the capabilities to shatter tempered glass.

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Loyola University Maryland

Spring 2017 Fellows:

Meghan Reynolds

Christopher Tiffin

Eric Muchisky

Emily Dexter-Thornton

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