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Connecticut Has Presence in National Inventors Hall of Fame, Including Some Less-Than-Household Names
This article from Connecticut By The Numbers was posted August 25,2020. The National Inventors Hall of Fame has been honoring the spirit of innovation and promoting inventors as role models since 1973. During those 47 years, 17 inventors with Connecticut connections have been inducted. Some…
West Hartford-based CT Hart Cheer provides instructional cheerleading classes, performance team opportunities, and camps and clinics for athletes of all ages, abilities, and levels. MetroHartford Alliance Content Manager Nan Price spoke with Founder and Owner Alexis Safo-Agyeman about launching and scaling her business, even during…
Brenton Graveley, PhD, runs the The Graveley Lab in the Department of Genetics and Genome Sciences at the University of Connecticut Health Center. He is also Associate Director at the UConn Institute for Systems Genomics and the John and Donna Krenicki Professor of Genomics and…
Connecticut-based Phoenix Professional Services, LLC is a healthcare business that provides mental health, clinical, holistic, and therapeutic services to individuals, healthcare providers, foster care agencies, school systems, and the Connecticut Department of Children and Families. The company has two locations in Hartford and Manchester, CT.…
The Goodwin University ENet Program Provides Entrepreneurship Opportunities for The Reentry Population
Matthew Connell, Program Director of the Business Administration Program at Goodwin University, is the driving force behind ENet (Entrepreneurial Network), an entrepreneurship program for the formerly incarcerated reentry population. As ENet Project Director, Matt oversees the program, provides business mentoring, and coaches students through developing and actualizing…