The Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students is the central heart of entrepreneurship for students at Stanford University and the general community of entrepreneurs. Whether it is bringing famous speakers such as the founder of Khan Academy to share valuable advice at ETL or providing cutting-edge mentors to hone the pitches of student founders at E-Bootcamp, BASES is deeply entrenched in building the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders.
Defining our organization and its value for members is one of BASES’ main objectives. With that goal in mind, we are launching a new campaign called “What is BASES to you?” – a project that shares the weekly 100-word or 6-word story accounts of officers in order to serve as an inspiration for the team and community.
Among the first submissions received was a 6-word story from Liu Jiang, Operations Officer, who values her “family of close friends whose relationships extend beyond entrepreneurship and last a lifetime.” Akaash Nanda, Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Officer, remarked on “the shared curiosity with quality people.”
Help define BASES and submit your story.
Liu Jiang ’17 – Operations Team
”Family of close friends whose relationships extend beyond entrepreneurship and last a lifetime”
Worthwhile? “Yup! Excited to see what others say.”
Akaash Nanda ’15 – VP ETL
“A shared curiosity with quality people. (that’s what BASES is all about for me!)”
Worthwhile? “Absolutely! Nothing is more valuable to reflecting upon why we do what we do.”