The key to the MiddCORE experience is our mentors.
Through day-to-day interactions with these dynamic, engaging, and successful professionals, you’ll face hands-on challenges that will inspire you to think creatively, operate outside your comfort zone, and deal with ambiguity.
Strategist, Frog Design
Megan Nesbeth is a designer, strategist, and doer who empowers people, places, and organizations to thrive using the tools of design research, complex systems, business strategy, and the social sciences. She is currently a strategist at frog, a global design, strategy, and innovation firm.
Managing Partner of BroadBranch Advisors
John Hedden has over 30 years of business leadership experience ranging from small business to Fortune 500 organizations. He has driven the development and implementation of successful business strategies, overseen numerous acquisitions and forged critical partnerships in a range of industries.
Managing Director, Waze Ads
Suzie Reider leads the North America business for Waze. She was hired as the CMO of YouTube in the summer of 2006. Over the past thirteen years with Google Suzie has been engaged in all things video and YouTube. She ran the YouTube sales organization for five years, launched the BrandLab and Google’s Brandcast, now in its 7th year. Today she leads sales for one of Google’s most exciting *bets* - Waze.
Sales & Marketing at Quip at Salesforce
For several years, Logan Randolph’s office was the mountains— a mountaineering guide on Denali and ski patrol at the Snow Bowl. Following graduation, his office has been—an office. Logan worked in sales at an ad tech company, started a company that flopped, then did “special projects” at Quip while it grew from 20 to 200 employees. In 2016, Quip was acquired by Salesforce. Logan has spent the last two years on the go-to-market team at Quip, focusing on marketing.
Urban Revitalization Consultant, Majora Carter Group, LLC
Majora combines her international corporate consulting focused on Talent- Retention, and experience pioneering sustainable economic development in America’s most storied low-status community: the South Bronx. Her focus harnesses capital flows from re-urbanization among all ages, races, and income levels, to help entrench wealth building across demographics left out of historic financial movements to produce long term fiscal benefits to government and real estate development.