Dr. Patricia Greene shares amazing insight from the recent Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2015 Report. We discuss what research shows are the biggest challenges facing female entrepreneurs and how to evolve our entrepreneurial resources to better serve a more diverse definition of entrepreneur.
Patricia G. Greene is the Paul T. Babson Chair in Entrepreneurial Studies at Babson College where she formerly served first as Dean of the Undergraduate School and later as Provost. Greene’s current assignment at Babson is to serve as the academic director for the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses and 10,000 Women programs. Dr. Greene is a founding member of the Diana Project, a research group dedicated to studying women business owners and their businesses. She is a former federal appointee to the national advisory board for the SBA’s Small Business Development Centers. She loves to talk about entrepreneurship, sharing her soapboxes on changing the way the world does business with anyone who will listen. Her latest entrepreneurial endeavor is as a co-owner of Artworks, a specialty store in Gettysburg, PA.
Here is a link to the GEM report that we reference.