The Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation is pleased to kick off its Entrepreneur in Residence program. Our EIRs are seasoned professionals who are volunteering their time and sharing their extensive industry knowledge to help the University of Baltimore's student entrepreneurs launch their ventures, grow their businesses and identify funding sources.
Student entrepreneurs have access to all EIRs. If you are a UB entrepreneur, feel free to contact and schedule a coaching appointment with one of our EIRs. Should you desire to meet with a different EIR, we welcome you to do so.
Cissel is founder and CEO of 10-20 Media Inc., an online game publishing company.
Became an entrepreneur in 2001 with 10-20 Media Inc., and has worked as a business consultant since 1987.
Cissel is a member of the Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship.
Game development, Facebook advertising and content publishing, as well as in the managerial processes of initially starting a business.
Cissel is available on Tuesdays at the end of the month from noon to 3 p.m. Send an email to CEI@ubalt.edu to make an appointment.
BenDabba is co-founder and principal of DAASN, which focuses exclusively on marketing, internet strategy, and social media. He collaborates with clients ranging from solo entrepreneurs to Fortune 45 corporations.
Founded DAASN inspired by the belief that success in business is fueled by the relationships you build. He has more than 20 years of experience in entrepreneurship, marketing strategy and business development.
In the last two years, BenDebba has been involved in numerous successful start-ups.
Networking and social media: start-ups, marketing and business development.
Foxworth serves as senior community manager of Black Male Engagement.
Extensive knowledge and experience in social entrepreneurship, philanthropy, and workforce and economic development.
Advises numerous philanthropic organizations on grant making and social investment, and consults with nonprofit organizations and social enterprises on business and fund development strategy.
Social venture startups.
Foxworth is available to meet on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Make an appointment with him by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or our office at CEI@ubalt.edu. He can also be reached at 410.978.0045.
Manley is president of Asset Funding Solutions, Inc., an independent consulting firm working with factoring companies, equipment leasing companies and other lenders (non-traditional) to find the best solutions for clients' needs.
Since 2003, Asset Funding Solutions has assisted numerous small businesses secure alternative financing to keep their cash flow consistent.
As a business owner, Manley understands the obstacles many small businesses face in meeting their financial obligations.
Start-ups, existing businesses.
McKinley is CEO of McKinley Media Group.
An online marketing specialist, McKinley has advised businesses across the nation on how to use online marketing to increase sales, inclusive of website design, search engine optimization, social media, mobile and video marketing.
Conducts workshops for the SBA, SCORE, NAB Education Foundation, Small Business Development Center, Maryland State Bar, and various corporations and universities.
McKinley blogs for several websites and is a contributor for the Baltimore Business Journal.
Active in his community as a mentor in the Big Brother Big Sister program and teaches basic computer classes.
McKinley has many specializations in his field, including online marketing, website design, social media, entrepreneurship, project management, website usability and navigation, offline marketing and business development.
McKinley is available in the CEI office Mondays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and also by appointment. Contact him at email@example.com to arrange an appointment. He can also be reached at 410.630.1287, ext.1.
Rubin serves as CEO of Rubin Management, LLC, a management and financial consulting firm.
A serial entrepreneur in both the retail and real estate industry.
His past experiences in real estate include land development, affordable housing projects and historical rehabilitation.
Rubin is interested in working with students across all disciplines who wish to start a business.
Rubin is available for walk-ins in the CEI office on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. He can also be reached by appointment; email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. He can also be reached at 410.382.9105.