Babs Carryer’s most recent entrepreneurial venture is her New Venturist blog, where she features stories and commentaries about entrepreneurs. Babs Carryer adjunct professor of entrepreneurship at the Don Jones Center for Entrepreneurship in Tepper School of Business, Heinz College, and Carnegie Institute of Technology. She is the embedded entrepreneur for Project Olympus, an initiative within CMU’s School of Computer Science to foster entrepreneurship among faculty and students. Babs is also innovation advisor for the Institute for Social Innovation at Heinz College which promotes social entrepreneurship. Babs co-founded, was past president, and is a current board director of LaunchCyte LLC , which has a portfolio of five life sciences companies. Babs is also is President of Carryer Consulting, which provides strategic marketing and business planning services to technology companies and organizations in the software and life sciences sectors. Babs is past director of deal flow for BlueTree Allied Angels. Babs teaches the new technology commercialization course “From Benchtop to Bedside” at the University of Pittsburgh’s Office of Enterprise Development. She is a past Bishoff entrepreneur-in-residence at Penn State University. Babs has her BA from Mills College and her Masters in Public Management from Heinz College at CMU.
B.A. Mills College, California.
Masters in Public Management (MPM), Heinz College