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Eden Hirschfield

Eden Hirschfield (she/her/hers) is a journalism major at Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications. She is also pursuing the Farley minor in entrepreneurship, a minor in psychology, and a certificate in integrated marketing communications. She is on the executive board of the Northwestern University student group, Women in Business. She has also participated in LAUNCH, Propel, The Tinker Program, and more. Currently Hirschfield is a part of The Residency program at The Garage, where she is developing her startup, Indigo Social Club. Her favorite Farley class so far is Personal Branding

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Sid Runwal

Sid Runwal (he/him/his) is a computer science major at McCormick School of Engineering and is pursuing a Farley minor in entrepreneurship. He has a passion for entrepreneurship and has tested several startup ideas in and beyond Chicago. Runwal has also recently worked as a product manager for an early-stage SaaS based out of Kellogg School of Management. His favorite Farley class so far is Entrepreneurial Endurance, Leadership and Mindset

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Emi Silverstein

Emi Silverstein (she/her/hers) is a learning and organizational change major at the School of Education and Social Policy (SESP). She is also pursuing a Farley minor in entrepreneurship and a certificate in integrated marketing communications. Silverstein participated in the Pyros program through Chicago startup incubator and Farley partner 1871. Her favorite Farley class so far is Entrepreneurial Sales and Marketing

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Drew Wandzilak

Drew Wandzilak (he/him/his) is a learning and organizational change major at SESP and is pursuing a Farley minor in entrepreneurship. He has a wide array of experience, ranging from working as a venture investor at Alumni Ventures Group and a program manager at 10,000 Entrepreneurs to working in business development at Holistic Industries. Wandzilak is also executive director of SPROUT, an EPIC program that takes a group of entrepreneurship students to the Bay Area each year. The Farley class he has enjoyed most so far is Engineering Entrepreneurship

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