After graduating in 2008 as an English Literatures and Italian major, Heather Neuwirth returned to Middlebury College in 2011 to help launch the Center for Social Entrepreneurship. Heather currently works with students in creative, innovative and entrepreneurial programs including: Old Stone Mill, Midd Ventures Community, MiddChallenge, The Hunt, Projects for Peace, MiddSTART, TEDx Middlebury, Tree House Fund and New Millennium Fund. She also works with faculty on programs in Global Health, Social Entrepreneurship, Oratory, and the MiddCORE leadership, innovation and collaboration course. She is Middlebury College’s Clinton Global Initiative University staff liaison and mentor, an Ashoka U Change Leader, Middlebury’s LaunchVT Collegiate liaison and serves on Middlebury’s Projects for Peace selection committee. She has a Master’s in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from the University of Vermont, volunteers as a counselor at the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp in Connecticut and proudly serves on the Board of VSECU, a credit union devoted to improving the lives of all Vermonters.