Following Georgia Tech’s guidance, ATDC will move all of its upcoming events to a virtual format or reschedule them. Rather than hosting our traditional networking night, Entrepreneurs’ Night, we’re going to be hosting a “Digital Dinner Party” . From the comfort of your own home, grab your dinner and a beverage and join hosts Berkley Baker and Connie Casteel to chat about what’s on your entrepreneurial mind. Preregister below, and we’ll send you updates on how to tune in!
About Berkley Baker
Berkley Baker leads ATDC’s HealthTech vertical and coaches companies in that space. He has served as the vice president of sales and business development for a healthcare technology firm, was a facilitator at The Center for Leadership Studies, a strategic consultant of executive teams, and a sales representative from multiple medical device companies. Berkley has 20 years of sales experience, approximately 10 years of experience as a trainer and about 7 years of consulting.
About Connie Casteel
Connie helps ATDC entrepreneurs around the state understand and secure federal funding from the federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs — highly competitive research awards up to $1.5 million. Connie’s background is in proposal development, competitive intelligence, data management, and innovation. Connie began her Georgia Tech career helping to support technology transfer of NASA-developed innovations for three southeastern NASA field centers. Prior to her work at Georgia Tech, Connie was employed by TMP’s Executive Search Division and Solvay Pharmaceuticals.