Donna Kelley is a Professor of Entrepreneurship at Babson College, and holds the Frederic C. Hamilton Chair of Free Enterprise. At Babson, she has taught New Venture Creation, Managing Growth, Corporate Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship in Asia, and Foundations of Management and Entrepreneurship. She also taught MBA students at Korea University, Tsinghua University and Tongji University, and has led seminars for students and faculty at other universities in China and Korea, as well as in Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Mexico. Prof. Kelley developed the entrepreneurship curriculum and courses for startup universities in Indonesia and Saudi Arabia, and consulted with Goldman Sachs on their curriculum for the 10,000 Women project. In 2011, she worked in Bandung Indonesia as a Fulbright Specialist.
It’s people being resourceful when they see a change. There are so many opportunities that are opening up. Entrepreneurs see these opportunities. Technology is enabling it. Market change is also enabling it.6 July 2021