USASBE names new president

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Staff | March 23, 2015

WHITEWATER—Ted Zoller was named president of the United States Association for Small Business Entrepreneurship at the 2015 USASBE annual conference, according to a news release from USASBE.  

“I couldn't be more excited about Ted being elected,” said Patrick Snyder USASBE executive director. “He has risen through our board quickly and most recently served as senior vice-president of finance on our executive committee. His amazing grasp of the budget and excellent soft skills make him the perfect person to lead our board. We are expecting great things from Ted.”

Zoller is director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and a clinical associate professor of strategy and entrepreneurship at the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School.

“I am honored to have been elected by my colleagues to serve in this important role for an organization dedicated to the advancement of the research and pedagogy of entrepreneurship in the United States,  Zoller said. “The progressive leadership of USASBE demonstrates a commitment to best practices on the leading edge of our practice.”

Zoller oversees the entrepreneurial teaching and outreach programs at UNC Kenan-Flagler. He teaches new enterprise development, business models and early-stage venturing with a focus on developing entrepreneurial leaders and teams. Zoller is also a senior fellow at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

The annual USASBE conference offers a symposium for best practices in entrepreneurship education, model academic programs, pedagogy, research and outreach efforts in the United States.

For more information about USASBE, contact Snyder at 262-472-1449 or [email protected].

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