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1776 Presents: Revolutionary Conversations Featuring Carter McClure


About this event

Revolutionary Conversations is a fireside chat series that gives you an inside look at entrepreneurs who are making an impact in their community and industry. We’ll host monthly conversations to hear personal stories, successes and lessons learned from various entrepreneurs.

This is a virtual program. Please register to receive access credentials. Access information will be provided the day before the event and posted on the Eventbrite listing.

Carter McClure

Carter McClure is the Director of Economic Inclusion and Impact at Johns Hopkins University. Before this role, Carter served as the 1776 Managing Director for the Pennovation Center, a technology incubator collaborative between The University of Pennsylvania and 1776. He has an M.B.A. from Hampton University and is a certified information systems specialist. Before his work in business incubation, Carter managed financial analysis for companies including Motorola, Caremark Rx, and Citibank of Chicago and as an IT consultant. Carter has over fifteen years of experience in entrepreneurship, small business assistance, and inclusive incubation, including programming, supporting regional innovation, and developing strategic partnerships. Before his work at Pennovation, Carter led the Mason Enterprise Center at George Mason University and the Business Accelerator Program at East Stroudsburg University. In addition, he was instrumental in heading the university-wide strategic task force on social innovation entrepreneurship. Carter’s passion lies at the intersection of innovation, inclusion, and impact.

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About 1776

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