Join the Hagerman Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation for the last Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurial Speaker Series with Nicholas Kristock, an athlete, Leader and compassionate entrepreneur. Come get lunch and listen to a short presentation. We will also have a Q&A session and time for networking after lunch. OPEN TO ALL! Of special appeal to students interested in nursing, healthcare, and/or the Non-Profit Sector.
Date: Tuesday, April 16th, 2019
Location: Riverfront, 2nd floor Room 2317.
Nicholas Kristock lives his life by a code: Build. Empower. Serve.
He is a former international soccer player turned serial entrepreneur and servant leader, and he has found his fit in the social impact world by building businesses that solve problems.
In 2015, Nicholas founded Fleece & Thank You (still serves as the Executive Director), an innovative 501(c)3 organization that provides psychosocial support and programs to children in the hospital.
In 2016, he founded the startup company Empathy 313, which makes technology solutions for social impact organizations, in 2018, he founded Crate of Good, a social impact subscription box, and in 2019 he founded Flockets.com, an apparel site that funds microloans for families with a child battling cancer.
Something interesting about Nicholas is that he has lived homeless for a week in Sydney, Australia as a member of the startup team for Orange Sky Laundry, the world’s first mobile laundry service for the homeless.