NDSU’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Family Business will welcome alumnus Wade T. Myers as a guest lecturer on Friday, March 22. The event is free and open to all members of the NDSU community and the public.
The lecture titled “Lessons Learned from a Serial Entrepreneur” will be hosted on Zoom beginning at 2 p.m., followed by an audience Q&A.
Myers is a serial entrepreneur, investor, author and speaker who has founded, invested in and been a director of 100+ startups and has completed scores of financing and M&A transactions. He is a general partner of the Eagle Venture Fund and multiple public equities and real estate funds.
Myers’ entrepreneurial ventures include a tech-enabled investment bank, a SaaS-based big data company, a tech-enabled government services firm and an Inc. 5000 SaaS-based property management firm. He also worked at the Boston Consulting Group and Mobil Corporation and served as an Airborne Ranger in the US Army, where he was a decorated veteran of the Gulf War.
Myers has a bachelor’s from NDSU, a master’s in computer information systems from Texas A&M and an MBA from Harvard, where he graduated as a Baker Scholar (top 5% of his class). He is a Harvard case study author and helped develop an executive education course for Harvard Business School.
The presentation will focus on leadership, business strategy and the entrepreneurial mindset. Learn more and register for the free lecture by visiting the Center for Entrepreneurship website.