These Hun entrepreneurs are changing the way we drive, learn, and exercise, how we keep up on our favorite sport, and how we think about a far-away country. Self-starters all, they want to be in on something new from the ground floor, and if that ground floor doesn’t exist, they’ll build it.
“My favorite thing about what I do is building a community where we get to interact with our fans,” said Colin Rosenblum '07. “We put out a video and immediately receive feedback from our audience in the form of comments. From there we can take their advice and try and improve our content the following week.”
“I have always been really interested in what motivates people to exercise,” noted Eugene Baah '97, who worked on cloud computing and augmented reality at Microsoft, helping to launch Microsoft’s HoloLens.
“As you work your way through your career, you ask yourself what impact you are having,” said Pasquale Romano '83. “Transportation is a huge market, and the transformation to electric drive has enabled me to build a business and do something good for the world at the same time.”
“It’s an app that’s really a cross between Pokemon Go and a history mystery,” said Mr. Chenoweth of his product, which was tested with schoolchildren in the Harper’s Ferry National Historic Park in West Virginia last fall.
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