Carter Crockett, Ph.D., Director
Carter grew up in Paso Robles, California, and spends a lot of time practicing, studying, writing and teaching entrepreneurship. Carter is a practitioner at heart, one that is passionate about virtuous ventures and prefers to lead by example. His most recent start-up is Karisimbi Business Partners, a socially-motivated management consulting firm based in Rwanda. At Gordon, Carter serves as Founding Director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, where his primary responsibility is to identify future founders and transform ideas into new ventures.
Antony Ohman, Intern, Program Coordinator
Antony Ohman is a Senior Communications Arts major from East Boston, MA. He joins CEL with a background in visual arts, and has had relative work experience in content marketing. On campus Antony is a student photographer and the head editor for the Vox Populi, a literary journal. He is obsessed with conceptual thinking but is aware that without execution, even the greatest ideas remain to be nothing. Antony is a die-hard Boston sports fan and looks forward to watching the Patriots win back-to-back Super Bowls this year.
Abi Flynn, Intern, Communications and Marketing
Abi Flynn is a senior Communication Arts student from Massachusetts. She enjoys photography, hiking, and playing music. She loves bringing the creative focus to entrepreneurship and is currently working on giving CEL a strong visual presence on campus. One of her favorite ways to use design is through helping small businesses with branding and identity. Abi’s passionate about collaboration and creativity and loves seeing effective communication and design connect people with each other. Someday, she’d like to hike the whole Appalachian Trail and become a creative director somehow, somewhere.
Marin Butterworth, Intern, Program Coordinator
Marin hails from Lancaster, PA, and studies Design + Communication Arts at Gordon. She loves ideas that bring beauty and functionality together, and works to create events which do just that as Program Coordinator for CEL. Marin has a passion for community + relationships, and has enjoyed serving on several leadership teams on campus, including Campus Events Council + IJM. She craves opportunities to connect with people, create, and problem-solve, making Entrepreneurship a natural fit. After Gordon, Marin hopes to use her love for design and sustainability to have a hand in creating a better, more beautiful world.
Anna Soukenik, Teaching Assistant
Growing up in Ohio and Ontario, Anna is now working towards her degree in International Affairs and Peace & Conflict Studies. In the name of reconciliation and change-agency, she looks to the entrepreneurial efforts of crafting space and circumstance in which people are invited to understand each other. Often eager to support the new kid, she signed on in the inaugural year of CEL's "Social Venture Challenge", the Balkans Semester, "Developing Enterprises" in Rwanda, the European Center for the Study of War and Peace, and most recently the Gordon College Rowing team. She joins CEL as mentor for the James Forrester Fellows Program and Entrepreneurship Teacher Assistant.