Youth Financial Education Day
Young Entrepreneur Panel Videos
October 23, 2013
On October 23, 2013 a panel of four college-age entrepreneurs were featured in a live panel discussion and Q&A session on Livestream. The panelists discussed their paths to entrepreneurial success, and offered advice and recommendations to high school students about the importance of sound personal and professional finance. This broadcast originated from the San Francisco Fed’s Los Angeles Branch as part of the Federal Reserve System’s Financial Education Day.
Jody Hoff, Senior Manager for Economic Education and Public Programs, introduces a panel of young entrepreneurs including Maddy Maxey, founder of Crated; Riley Ennis, CEO of Immudicon; Joel Bervell, founder of Hugs for Ghana; and Jack Kim, co-founder of Bene.
The Young Entrepreneur panelists talk about the moment they each realized their vision could become a reality.
The Young Entrepreneur panelists talk about how they arrived at actually owning and running their own businesses, and how they put their ideas into action.
The Young Entrepreneur Panel participants talk about the biggest challenge they faced in bringing their idea into reality.
Riley Ennis and Maddy Maxey discuss their high school experiences and what motivated them to achieve success.
Jack Kim, Joel Bervell, and Riley Ennis offer advice on using imagination and motivation to start a business.
Maddy Maxey talks about how she manages competing priorities and shares one of her time management techniques.
Riley Ennis, Joel Bervell, and Jack Kim discuss how they set goals for themselves, and how they work to achieve their goals.
The Young Entrepreneur panelists answer questions from the in-person and online audiences.
Watch the full panel discussion and Q&A.