The Columbia Mentorship Program for Entrepreneurs (CMPE) links committed Columbia Business School student entrepreneurs with seasoned members of the School’s entrepreneurial community. Mentors will provide support, guidance, and concrete assistance on a one-on-one basis, to support students in the launch of their own business.
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Ron Gonen '04 EMBA
Gonen came up with the idea for RecycleBank, a start-up that pays households for recycling, when he was a student at Columbia.
Andrea Wenner '05
Wenner considered several other ventures before developing Out2Play, a nonprofit that builds and refurbishes playgrounds at New York Public Schools.
Andrea Miller '02
After graduation, Miller launched Tango, a multimedia company focused on love and relationships. "Think Sex and the City meets Oprah."