At a recent meeting, Chris Hanks, Executive Director of Kennesaw State University's Shore Entrepreneurship Center spoke about all of the exciting work they are doing.  After launching an entrepreneurship program at UGA (which is still thriving) Chris was asked to take the concept to the next level at KSU, and he's done so.  With programs like the Entrepreneurship Workshop and the KSU Top 100 contest (think of "Shark Tank" for KSU students, with a $250,000 capitalization for the winner!).  
 
James Pitts, husband of East Cobb Rotarian Anne Marie Pitts, has been heavily involved in supporting the programs at the Shore Center, and he also shared his thoughts and reflections on this super successful program right here in our own back yard.
 
The work of Chris and his colleagues at the KSU Entrepreneurship Center will bring a huge impact to the metro area, and all of Georgia, for years to come, and we were very grateful that he and James shared their story with us.