Fellow:Jack O'Neill

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Jack O’Neill is a sophomore at James Madison University, majoring in Computer Information Systems with a minor in Computer Science. Jack is adopted from Asuncion, Paraguay and currently lives with his loving family in Annapolis, Maryland. Jack has a strong passion for work, innovation and entrepreneurship. In middle school he founded his own lawn service and since his senior year in high school he has been working with the Department of Defense. Jack is a mentor in JMU’s Society of Entrepreneurs and helps to further the awareness of entrepreneurship on campus. He is very driven and always eager to learn more in order to help others. He lives for finding ways to help others through innovative ideas and get involved with the school. He is looking forward to be a part of the UIF program at JMU and is excited to further enhance the innovation, entreprenership and the entrepreneurial mindset and drive to the James Madison campus.

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Chris Ashley

Jack O'Neill

Andrew Carlone

Timothy Moore

Emily Platt

Nahom Fissaha

Michael Zurn

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Daniel Phonelath

Greg Mayo

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