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CSUF Entrepreneurship Student Heading to Stanford MBA

Phillipe Rodriguez

Phillipe Rodriguez (Photo Credit: National Contract Management Association)

Graduating summa cum laude with University Honors as a major in Physics, emphasis in business, and concentration in national security and intelligence is a feat in and of itself but Phillipe Rodriguez didn’t stop there. During his academic career, he has been a member of the Honors Board, Cal State D.C. Scholars Program, the Intelligence Community Scholars Program, Sigma Upsilon Mu Entrepreneurship Fraternity, Phi Beta Lambda, and the Physics Club.

Phillipe didn’t start his illustrious academic career in college. While in high school, Phillipe’s AP physics teacher helped Phillipe attain an internship at Cal State Fullerton under the mentorship of Dr. Khakoo. During this time, he worked in the electron scattering laboratory. It was here that Phillipe honed in on his love of physics and the complexities it offered him. Although he enjoyed physic it also was his most challenging subject, so choosing it as his major was a task that he had to work on every day. Through his connection with Dr. Khakoo, Phillipe was introduced to the Dan Black Physics Business program which offered him scholarships to pay his tuition.

Phillipe learned many important life lessons during his time at CSUF; however, there are several that were most important to him. “First off, be grateful to those who have helped shape the reality that you live in.  There have been so many individuals who have helped me along my collegiate career that I dare not call out names individually as much as I can help it – they know who they are.” Phillipe also believes in paying it forward. Receiving scholarships though the Dan Black Physics Business helped him learn this lesson. “The Dan Black Physics Business Program heavily supported my tuition.  Dan Black told me that the scholarships I received were simply a loan, and that it is up to us to support future generations of scholars.”

Because of this promise, Phillipe started a scholarship fund called the Rodriguez Graduate Admissions Scholarship for the College of Natural Science and Mathematics. He then went on to fund a grant for the University Honors Senior Honors Project for the 2016-2017 academic year.

Phillipe is now working for the United States Air Force as an acquisition civilian at the Space and Missile Systems Center. Because of his background in physics, entrepreneurial studies and national securities and intelligence, Phillipe fit perfectly into this position. He credits his education in physics helps him solve problems that arise while working. His skills in entrepreneurial business give him the understanding of financial data and lean methodologies. And his national securities studies have shown him how to appreciate the work that he does.

Phillipe has sought to stand out in the acquisition community through his numerous professional endeavors. Phillipe is currently the Vice President of Programs for the National Contract Management Association (NCMA) South Bay Chapter, and successfully passed his NCMA Certified Federal Contracts Manager (CFCM) examination in December. Furthermore, he was selected to participate in NCMA’s prestigious Contract Management Leadership Development Program (CMLDP), which selected 21 contracting professionals from industry and government to participate in the 2017-2018 cohort. This past year Phillipe participated in the inaugural Stanford Hoover Institution Summer Policy Bootcamp, and completed the program with distinction. Among the professional education that he has received with the Air Force, in a contracting course taught by the Air Force Institute of Technology, Phillipe was top graduate among his peers and earned the title of distinguished graduate.

Phillipe leaves our community with some lasting advice. The advice comes from a man who knows about limits and taking on too much. “Much like our muscles or cardiovascular endurance, our capacity to manage our time can become more effective only when it has been put under stress.  Therefore, we shouldn’t inhibit ourselves to tasks that may appear to be difficult.  We only need to heed the warning signs that are placed in front of us, and when we see that we cannot accomplish all that we have set out to do until risk of fatigue, then we must either withdraw or ask for a helping hand – knowing when to do so has made all the difference.”

During his senior year at Cal state Fullerton, Phillipe applied to Stanford to earn his MBA. He was accepted and deferred his admission until this fall. He hopes to continue his career in a leadership position in the Department of Defense. We look forward to seeing where Phillipe ends up and what other impacts he will have on the future.

Written by Mary Hartley and Traci Muldoon


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CSUF Entrepreneurship Alumnus Turns Tragedy into Something Magical

Candace and Brayv

Candace and Brayv

Turning tragedy into something beyond sadness is a hard feat to accomplish, but that’s exactly what Cal State Fullerton graduate, Candace Thome-Hopson, did. After the 2011 drowning death of her younger brother, Brayv, Candace used her grief to start the Swim Brayv Foundation.

Swim Brayv is a non-profit organization that was created to raise awareness for drowning prevention. Each event lays out steps to prevent drowning accidents as well  as teaches water safety to its participants. The idea for the organization came to Candace shortly after Brayv’s passing as she was going through her grieving process which consisted of studying drowning statistics. During that time Candace wasn’t sure if her idea to educate others on water safety would ever come to life, and she wasn’t sure if she had the emotional strength to put it all together.

But after finishing college and with the support of family and friends, she prevailed.

Swim Brayv Team

Swim Brayv Team

Every Swim Brayv event includes professionally trained mer-models and cause ambassadors. “Our volunteers are trained in water safety, brand ambassadorship, and drowning prevention advocacy,” says Candace. Volunteers speak to families about water safety and pass out advocacy cards to the public that have the acronym B.R.A.Y.V.

The public is asked to memorize the acronym. They are then asked to hold onto the card, and when the time is right pass it onto another person so they too can share in the message.

The acronym B.R.A.Y.V. is five tips to be safe around the water and prevent further drowning deaths.

B – be aware…

Save a life by being more aware of your surroundings when near water. Things to Know: who can swim well vs. who cannot, where flotation devices are kept, and the water depth/temp etc.

R – rest…

Without rest injury or drowning is more likely to occur. Swimming is a life-saving skill 1st, a sport 2nd, & lastly a fun play activity. Be sure to not overexert energy; rest when needed.

A – act fast…

If you see someone struggling or hurt in water (or if a drowning has occurred), act fast to save a life. Remain calm and help them! When needed call 911 and begin performing CPR.

Y – you can help…

Advocating – publicly standing up for water safety – can help lower drowning statistics over time. Take the Swim B.R.A.Y.V. Pledge and help us advocate.

V – victims of drowning didn’t expect it…Prepare yourself!

Proactively prepare yourself/loved ones to be around water; Drowning can happen to anyone. Take swimming lessons, become CPR certified, and always have a water-watcher present.

As recognized by health and safety organizations, drowning is the 3rd leading cause of unintentional injury and death worldwide for all ages. In the United States of America: drowning is the second leading cause of unintentional injury and death in children aged 1–14 years; it is The Leading Cause of unintentional injury and death for kids under 5 years old in the US. More specifically in our home state of California, the drowning rate for children 14 and under is higher than the national average. Making drowning a much higher risk in CA for kids under 15 years of age. These facts, along with her brother’s death is what pushed Candace forward in launching the Swim Brayv Foundation.

Swim Brayv mer-models talking with child about water safety

Swim Brayv mer-models talking with child about water safety

Candace is a Cal State Fullerton graduate with a degree in Entrepreneurship. She was able to take what she learned as a student and put those lessons, coupled with her hard work and passion, to create such a memorable organization. Candace was able to take what she learned at CSUF in order to help her grow her organization.

I was able to sit down with Candace after one of her events, in Garden Grove, CA, and discuss how she believed her education has helped her grow and where she wants to take Swim Brayv in the future. “I learned how to gather primary research and because of that I know how to go around talking to people, and do my surveys to a useful extent,” said Candace. She went on to explain that being able to do her own research helps her build her knowledge and her organization, and lead Swim Brayv in a positive direction.  “If what we’re saying isn’t helpful, if it’s not impacting… we need know so we can change that.”

Candace said that they were on a 5-year plan and in the end they would expand to other states as well as internationally. “After we dominate the United States in the next three years, we do have an international plan, a five year plan to attend events [globally] and start building partners overseas, so we can make a global difference.”  Swim Brayv already has cause ambassadors in several different states that are ready to take up the banner to spread the message.

Swim Brayv currently has 70 plus volunteers and is looking for interns for their spring/summer events. Intern positions will include, online/visual marketing, event operations and fundraising. If you would like to apply to become an intern for Swim Brayv please contact the Swim Brayv Foundation through their website https://swimbrayv.org/

SAVE LIVES. SWIM BRAYV.

Teaching children about water safety

Teaching children about water safety


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Building a Strong Culture from Startup to Mature Company

Dave Kinnear giving a talk on the importance of building a culture from startup to mature company for CSUF Entrepreneurship

Dave Kinnear giving a talk on the importance of building a culture from startup to mature company for CSUF Entrepreneurship

Last week, CSUF Entrepreneurship mentor and veteran executive coach for Vistage Dave Kinnear gave a great talk on the importance of culture for any organization and how to effectively build a great culture that will grow as your business grows. According to Dave, in order to accomplish this you first need to know how culture is built and the way to do this is to understand how people develop their world view.

For Dave, it all starts with fundamental organizing principles (FOPs), which is how people interpret reality. These are foundational principles that help to determine how you view everything.

From FOPs come values. Values are more disbursed than FOPs and are how we view the world. If you think that every person has inalienable rights then that is one of your values.

Next up are beliefs/habits. Beliefs/habits are our way of systematizing how we interact with the world. Instead of using pure logic to determine how to do things beliefs/habits help us to act quickly.

Action is the penultimate link in this chain and action is the manifestation of the heuristical responses as determined by our beliefs/habits. Actions taken are not always based off of complete information but without the foundational elements from above we couldn’t act.

From actions come results, which are simply how things end up once you take action. Depending on your FOPs, the world may be an ordered system akin to a clock but the complexity of that system is immeasurably complex and your results may not always align with that viewpoint. When that happens you will understandably start to question things.

The thing about this system is that the closer you get to FOPs the less change you will be willing to make. But if your results do not align with what you expected then you will start questioning things and reassess some things. The further up the line towards FOPs you get, the harder it is to change but you will be adjusting your beliefs/habits throughout your life.

In order to build a strong company culture you need to honestly assess what your world view is and create processes in your company that align with that. If you do it right then your culture will permeate every facet of your business and will help your business grow into the kind of entity that you want. It takes work but it can be done.

At least that was my interpretation of Dave’s thesis. Dave was more eloquent in explaining this in his talk and I hope to get some clips up from his talk for our Knowledge @ CSUF Entrepreneurship series soon.

And if you would like to meet with Dave to discuss culture and how to start your business you can reserve some time at his office hours that he does for CSUF Entrepreneurship. Office hours with Dave are a good way to get started on building your innovative concept and once you are ready to get serious about launching your business you should seriously consider becoming a resident at the CSUF Startup Incubator where we help entrepreneurs go from concept to launch.

Reading posts like this and attending talks by experts like Dave are part of the formula for success but there is significantly more value with working with experts like Dave and the people at the CSUF Startup Incubator.

Here are some thought-provoking quotes that Dave highlighted during his talk that I had to include in this post:

“Culture eats strategy for breakfast” is how Peter Drucker described culture and for Dave he sees culture as how organizations get things done.

“Values should underpin Vision, which dictates Mission, which determines Strategy, which surfaces Goals that frame Objectives, which in turn drives the Tactics that tell an organization what Resources, Infrastructure and Processes are needed to support a certainty of Execution” Mike Myatt.


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For more details on CSUF Entrepreneurship:
http://business.fullerton.edu/Center/Entrepreneurship/

For more details on how we help people become entrepreneurs:
http://business.fullerton.edu/Center/Entrepreneurship/Incubator

For more details on how CSUF Consulting can help businesses thrive:
http://business.fullerton.edu/Center/Entrepreneurship/Consulting

Attend one of our events for entrepreneurs or sign up for a free mentoring session:
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How to Build a Strong Culture from Startup to Mature Company

Whether you have are still in school or have had a long professional career you know that different organizations do things differently. How we do things is determined by a number of factors but how organizations do things is determined by culture. And that is why it is so important for entrepreneurs to focus on their company’s culture from the first day.

As you will find out in this edition of the CSUF Entrepreneurship Insider, we will be hosting a powerful seminar headed by veteran executive and startup coach Dave Kinnear this Wednesday at 6pm at the CSUF Irvine campus. Tickets are available for Building a Strong Culture from Startup to Mature Company. We hope to see you there!

As leaders know there is no way to effectively monitor everything that goes on in a company. Leaders cannot be there when all the tough decisions need to be made so what do they do?
Good leaders build a strong culture from day one. Even if they are the only employee at the inception of the business their values become enmeshed in the company’s fabric and have a huge impact on how future members of their organization will operate.
Building a Strong Culture from Startup to Mature Company is our event this Wednesday at 6pm at the CSUF Irvine campus. My friend and longtime CSUF Entrepreneurship mentor Dave Kinnear will be leading this seminar outlining why entrepreneurs need to foster a strong culture for their companies and how they should go about doing just that.
Dave will draw on his vast experience as an executive and startup coach in this talk and we hope to see you there!

Tickets are still available for this event. I know that some of you tried to register for this event already but were unable to do so due to a glitch on the event page; that has now been fixed.

Sincerely,

John Bradley Jackson
Director and Professor
CSUF Center for Entrepreneurship, CSUF Consulting,
& CSUF Startup Incubator

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Cal State Fullerton Teaches Kids STEM and Entrepreneurship

STEM Entrepreneurship Awards CeremonyOne of the big keys to success for entrepreneurs is putting together strong teams and that is what the Center for Entrepreneurship, the College of Engineering and Computer Science, and the College of Education did with a recently concluded STEM grant.

Together, these three Cal State Fullerton Colleges won a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to teach entrepreneurship and STEM to local middle school students. For the last three years, these Colleges collaborated on the creation and implementation of an innovative after school curriculum for disadvantaged middle school students. The mission was to provide these students with lessons in STEM and entrepreneurship so that they will have the skills that will help them tackle the challenges of our interconnected and increasingly technical world.

Center for Entrepreneurship Director John Bradley Jackson summed up his team’s mission as a way to “increase awareness and encourage interest in entrepreneurship and STEM as a choice of education but potentially also as a career for these students. Our goal was to make STEM cool by gamifying the experience with Entrepreneurship”.

“The fact that we three Colleges are collaborating is very significant,” states Director Jackson. Bringing together people from different disciplines is the best way to achieve success. Entrepreneurial members of the CSUF team helped teach the kids lessons in how to develop a business concept, test its feasibility, and how to bring their innovations to market. The engineering team members taught the students lessons on engineering and how to code. And members from the College of Education synthesized these lessons into a framework that was accessible for these young students.

The CSUF team was represented by Program Leader Dr. Jidong Huang and Dr. Pradeep Nair from the College of Engineering and Computer Science along with Dr. Amy Cox-Petersen and Professor Kim Case from the College of Education. Professor Jackson represented Mihaylo College of Business and Economics. Additionally, numerous CSUF student mentors coached the middle school students in the after school classroom.

The $1 million grant is the second largest grant won in Mihaylo College’s history and was used to fund the mentors, faculty, and materials needed to maintain the after school program.

After three years of running this program the CSUF faculty and student mentors, the middle school students, and middle school teachers who participated in this program celebrated their accomplishments at their annual showcase. Participating middle school students presented their solutions and inventions using a poster-style format to showcase what they have learned to the hundreds of people in attendance, including Mihaylo College Interim Dean Morteza Rahmatian and College of Engineering and Computer Science Interim Dean Susamma “Susan” Barua.

“The parents are just super enthusiastic. Here’s a chance for their kids to get introduced to entrepreneurship, science, technology, engineering, and math and take a possible interest in getting more education for their career,” said Director Jackson.

Working with these students was a joy for Director Jackson and the CSUF team and they are confident that once the studies about their program’s efficacy have concluded later this summer they will find that thanks to their STEM Inc. program participating students will be shown to have a greater appreciation and fluency with entrepreneurial and STEM concepts. This is a big thing because these skills are absolutely necessary for their success.

Building on these early successes, the goal is for the participating middle schools to continue to run the program and help enrich the lives of students for many years to come.

This article was written by Traci Muldoon


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http://business.fullerton.edu/Center/Entrepreneurship/Consulting

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An Actor and an Entrepreneur – CSUF Entrepreneurship Success Story Ryan David Tsang ’13

Ryan David Tsang '13 - CSUF Entrepreneurship Success Story

Ryan David Tsang ’13 – CSUF Entrepreneurship Success Story

When deciding to create a business, an entrepreneurial student must first examine the market in order to see if their idea is feasible. By comparing their idea to others and seeing how they can make an impact in the market, students begin to understand how much work will be needed in order to make their future business a success.

However, for the students who choose to press forward by adapting to the challenges they often end up far more successful than they could have imagined. For Cal State Fullerton alumni and entrepreneur Ryan David Tsang, his journey as a business owner has led him to flourish not only in the world of entrepreneurs but also in that of film and television.

While originally an entrepreneur major, Ryan took a break during his sophomore and junior years of college to explore the world of film and television. Working in the field enabled Ryan to hone his craft as an actor and eventually led to him to enroll under the Radio-TV-Film major. As a student with a double major, Ryan decided to create a business that would reflect both of his majors. In 2011, Black Canvas Entertainment was founded by Ryan and his business associate Justin Lee. This first step into the world of entrepreneurship would prove crucial for Ryan as he continued his career after college.

Upon graduating from Cal State Fullerton in 2013 Ryan began to expand upon his acting career where he was featured in a multitude of different shows and commercials. Working with the companies that hired him, Ryan was able to make connections that would not only help him expand his portfolio but would also lead to more clients for his business.

Interestingly enough, the use of Ryan’s entrepreneurial skills worked well with those of his acting skills. While both fields are different, the similarities they shared in terms of networking, communication, and developing skills proved to be a perfect fulcrum in which Ryan could use to help him become a better business owner as well as actor.

One valuable lesson that Ryan learnt early in his career was that networking was king when trying to expand his horizons. As a firm believer of not limiting himself, Ryan would attend events even if it meant not knowing any of the people in the room. To many, this situation would be something that they would be instantly uncomfortable with. However, by branching out and speaking with new people, Ryan was able to land several successful contacts that later led him to being referred to work because of the connections he had made.

Another valuable lesson that many students often ignore during networking events is to not go with the intention of landing a job. While seemingly nonsensical at first, students who only attend networking events with this mission give off a different vibe than those who go just to interact and speak with one another. By getting to know a person with no ulterior motive, people feel that a person is less needy and therefore more willing to refer them in the future.

Ryan also quickly learned that Facebook makes following up with people a perfect tool in cultivating a professional relationship after initially making contact. By learning these lessons early on, Ryan was able to adapt to the rigors of working in Hollywood and flourish as an actor.

In terms of his business, Ryan began to realize that while passion and dedication proved to be great concepts to work off of, reasoning and logic are just as valuable. This proved to be true when Ryan began examining his schedule and noted that he was working well over a hundred hours every week. Realizing that he was getting too caught up in his work, Ryan began making changes in order for him to experience life and be happy again.

With his schedule adjusted and more time allocated for things he wanted to accomplish, Ryan once more was able to grow and become stronger in his fields. Currently Ryan is helping to give back to the school that enabled him to be so successful. By working as a mentor in the classroom, Ryan has helped in the creation of a platform that will allow actors to connect and find jobs. While there are currently only 2-3 sites that use this concept, Ryan’s connections and skills as an entrepreneur will aid him as he works to create an even better site that expands on the concepts already in use.

Ultimately, Ryan’s dual career path has helped him climb the ranks as an actor while helping him to grow and succeed as a business owner. It is clear to see that the skills and knowledge from both of his majors played a large role in helping him not only become a successful actor, but also a business owner.

While Ryan’s path may not portray the typical entrepreneurial story of creating a business, his journey makes him unique among entrepreneurs due to his dedication and passion for the things he loves. This kind of journey is one that illustrates to students that nothing is impossible if students have the motivation and drive to follow their dreams.

We also reached out to Ryan to get his thoughts about the one piece of advice he would give to current CSUF students. Here’s what he had to say:

ADVICE: Change your mindset from “What can I get?” to “What can I give?”

As an aspiring Producer, I wanted to get my foot in the door and make connections at Fox Studios, so I accepted a 4 week temporary position as an Assistant in Legal & Television Distribution. First day on the job, working in a quiet, gray cubicle, I thought this was not a good fit for me. So, I plugged in my earbuds, completed my assigned tasks, and went home. However, the next morning and each day afterwards I went into work with a totally different mindset – “what if I take every single opportunity to do something positive while I’m here?” From the moment I parked my car, I would talk to strangers in the elevator, hold doors open for the morning rush, learn what my co-workers love and care about, buy donuts for the office, pick up trash in the bathroom and clean up someone else’s coffee spill in the break room.

The result was beyond expectations: I looked forward to each day of opportunities. I made lifelong friends. My supervisor even gave me a thank you card with a gift card inside. As my term neared its end, 7 employees at Fox helped me look for a permanent position. Two directors on my floor gave me direct referrals to a job opportunity that wasn’t even listed! I got an interview the next week and was offered the job the following day.

Now, I’m utilizing my Producer skills to coordinate a department responsible for overseeing every single film Fox releases outside of North America, which represents 2/3 of all Box Office revenue!

Photo credit: Ryan David Tsang.


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For more details on CSUF Entrepreneurship:
http://business.fullerton.edu/Center/Entrepreneurship/

For more details on how we help people become entrepreneurs:
http://business.fullerton.edu/Center/Entrepreneurship/Incubator

For more details on how CSUF Consulting can help businesses thrive:
http://business.fullerton.edu/Center/Entrepreneurship/Consulting

Attend one of our events for entrepreneurs or sign up for a free mentoring session:
http://bit.ly/CSUFEntrepreneurEvents

Knowledge @ CSUF Entrepreneurship video series:
http://bit.ly/csufknowledge

 

CSUF Business Plan Competition Winner Announced!

Yannick Lambrecht and Jonny May at CSUF Business Plan Competition Finals

Yannick Lambrecht and Jonny May at CSUF Business Plan Competition Finals

We hosted the CSUF Business Plan Competition Finals last week and it was an amazing event! The participating student-entrepreneurs all did great and they will all receive part of the more than $20,000 in scholarships and in-kind services to help them with their startups.

And, as you will read in this week’s CSUF Entrepreneurship Insider, we have a special event planned for this Wednesday at 6pm at the CSUF Startup Incubator titled: Self Mastery for Entrepreneurs that we hope you can attend.

The results are in and the winner of the 2017 CSUF Business Plan Competition is Piano with Jonny!

It was an amazing event and all of the finalists did exceptionally well. They all did commendable jobs presenting their concepts and ably weathered our judges’ incisive questions. After all was said and done, the finalists are not only going home with their portion of the more than $20,000 in scholarships and in-kind services but also with the experience that comes from participating in a competition like the CSUF Business Plan Competition.

We will be publishing more content about the competition over the next week or two and I will be sure to let you know about it.

But, as you know, entrepreneurs are always looking ahead and this Wednesday at 6pm at the CSUF Startup Incubator we welcome CSUF Entrepreneurship alumnus Matthew Gallizzi in to give a passionate talk titled Self Mastery for Entrepreneurs. As every entrepreneur quickly finds out, being an entrepreneur takes a certain mental fortitude to withstand all of the trials and tribulations that comes with launching a business. It’s tough work and Matthew will be going into detail about how he helps the entrepreneurs he works with become the “master of self”. We hope to see you there!

Sincerely,

John Bradley Jackson
Director & Professor
CSUF Center for Entrepreneurship, CSUF Consulting,
& CSUF Startup Incubator

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