Meet our Entrepreneurial Fellows

The GW Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurial Fellows work to facilitate an exceptional student experience for all GW innovators university-wide. Each year a new cohort is selected to assist with a wide variety of entrepreneurship and innovative-focused programs. The Entrepreneurial Fellows Program is comprised of a group of undergraduate students and graduate students from all 10 schools here at GW. Our Fellows come from various backgrounds and are all knowledgeable about the entrepreneurial ecosystem here at GW. They act as ambassadors of the office and can serve as a resource for all students, faculty, and staff on campus.

If you see them around campus -- say hi! 

 

Trinity Marshall

Trinity Marshall

Sophomore | Class of 2025
Elliott School of International Affairs | Major: International Affairs, Concentration: Conflict Resolution, Minor: Russian Language

Trinity is a freshman in the Elliott School of International Affairs concentrating in Conflict Resolution and minoring in Russian. Trinity has participated in a variety of cultural organizations and clubs from a young age, connecting with many first generation students and families. She has experience in management and advertising through a series of part time jobs in retail. The culmination of these experiences has driven Trinity's passion for helping others to succeed by promoting their interests and individuality. She looks forward to assisting other students to achieve their goals and express themselves as they enter the workforce.

Simone Vaillancourt

Simone Vaillancourt

Senior | Class of 2023
School of Business | Major: Business Administration, Concentration: Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Simone is a junior in the GW School of Business and is studying Business Administration with a concentration in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. She is passionate about environmentalism and currently serves as the founder and CEO of a sustainable beauty packaging company. As a semifinalist in the 2020 GW New Venture Competition, Simone gained valuable feedback and skills that she plans to carry into this year's competition, as well as her role at the OI&E. While serving as an Entrepreneurial Fellow, Simone will assist the OI&E with event planning, marketing, and workshop development. In addition, she hopes to help craft events that focus on startup marketing and sustainability in entrepreneurship.