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Mark MondryAssistant Professor Of Management, Pamplin College Of Business

    Mark Mondry’s teaching focuses on entrepreneurship. He works closely with Virginia Tech’s Apex Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship to help students build and exercise an entrepreneurial mindset.

    He is currently finishing his PhD in Business at Virginia Tech and his research interests relate to the intersection of entrepreneurship, law and economics and how blockchain technologies are influencing early stage business models and investments. Prior to joining Virginia Tech in the fall of 2017, Mondry was a Teaching Associate Professor and the Director of the Engineering and Technology Management (ETM) program at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado.

    I connect, grow and inspire entrepreneurs and innovators. My focus is helping bright students acquire an entrepreneurial mindset along with the business, managerial, and design thinking skills needed to become creative catalysts who accelerate great organizations and create exciting new ones.”

    Prior to his career change into academe, Mondry was a Partner in a Silicon Valley based intellectual property law and strategy firm working with U.S. and Asia based companies, and the Managing Director of an innovation and product development consultancy. He has held various senior executive and legal positions in the medical and electronics industries, including the companies Healthetech, Guidant Corporation and Eli Lilly & Co. Mondry started his career as an engineer in the defense electronics systems business of Westinghouse.

    Mondry is also a registered Patent Attorney, a Certified New Product Development Professional (NPDP), and a Certified Licensing Professional (CLP ®). He initiated his passion for teaching as an adjunct instructor for the University of California, Berkeley.

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