Fireside chat with RICE COO Burunda Prince
Thu Jun 22 2023 at 05:30 pm to 08:00 pm
Russell Innovation Center for Entrepreneurs | Atlanta, GA
About this Event
Join us on Thursday June 22nd starting 5:30pm for a fireside chat with Burunda Prince, COO of Russel Innovation Center for Entrepreneurship (RICE)
Russell Innovation Center for Entrepreneurship, 504 Fair St SW, Atlanta, GA 30313
5.30pm to 6.30pm: Registration, Networking & Apps
6.30pm to 7.30pm: Fireside Chat with Burunda Prince
7.30pm to 8.00pm: Networking, Appetizers & Drinks
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BRING A FRIEND OR PARTNER!
Event is open to non P&G-alumni. Feel free to bring a friend, colleague, or partner so they can also benefit from the session learning and networking.
ABOUT BURUNDA PRINCE
A native Atlantan, Burunda Prince, previously served as The Farm’s, NBCUniversal’s tech accelerator, Managing Director prior to becoming the COO of RICE. A proven leader of complex organizations focused on exceptional outcomes, Ms. Prince brings to RICE the rich experiences in Fortune 500 corporations, management consulting, engineering, and civic engagement. She uses her considerable talents to embrace, challenge and improve ecosystems, helping entrepreneurs make their mark on the world.
Burunda was recognized as the 2018 Community Influencer by the Atlanta Startup Awards, and under her leadership The Farm received the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) 2018 Diversity Leadership Award. She received the 2018 Essence Women En Blanc Award for Technology, was named a Cobb County Woman of Influence, and has spoken at tech events including TransAct 2018, the Digital Empowers Atlanta Forum, and Innovation Leader.
For Burunda, mentoring is as integral to business as finance, marketing and operations. A natural trailblazer, Ms. Prince’s professional, educational and civic contributions have been punctuated by ‘firsts and few’ – the first female consultant of color at Bain and one of a select few of women engineers at Procter & Gamble. Ms. Prince considers herself an honorary Yellow Jacket as she attended Georgia Tech as a high school student before heading to Cambridge to graduate from both MIT (chemical engineering) and Harvard (MBA). At MIT, she joined Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc., the first historically black service based Greek sorority.
Where is it happening?Russell Innovation Center for Entrepreneurs, 504 Fair Street Southwest, Atlanta, United States
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