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A few years into that job, she wrote a story about entrepreneurship and realized that the UW needed to offer a program that helped students learn more about what it takes to create startups.
“I had a sense that this would be one of the best and biggest things that happens at the UW,” Bourassa-Shaw said.In attendance on Thursday were several movers and shakers from the Seattle startup scene — Techstars Seattle leader Chris Devore; veteran venture capitalist Geoff Entress; Liquid Planner CEO Liz Pearce; Madrona Labs CEO Mike Fridgen — who joined folks like UW Foster School of Business Dean Jim Jiambalvo and Artie Buerk, the Montlake Capital founder whom the Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship is named after, at the dinner ceremony.“Since Connie took the reigns, this program has exceeded expectations every year — and every year, expectations have been high,” Jiambalvo said. She creates the stew and has the ability to stand back and let it happen.You need a network that keeps up with your business.After significant investments in our fibre network, we can deliver faster and more reliable speeds to more places in Western Canada than ever before.Bourassa-Shaw, who starting next month will spend one year in a part-time role leading a new Masters of Science in Entrepreneurship degree, is proud that she helped spread entrepreneurship education across the entire UW campus, not just with business students.Growing the Business Plan Competition was another one of Bourassa-Shaw’s top accomplishments.Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship Director Connie Bourassa-Shaw spent nearly two decades helping the UW grow its student entrepreneurial programs, including the well-established BPC, which this year featured 36 teams from 12 colleges and universities from around the state competing for more than ,000 in prize money.The love and admiration for Bourassa-Shaw, who is stepping down next month, was on full display Thursday at the Museum of History and Industry, where more than 300 people from the local tech community — CEOs, founders, venture capitalists, UW colleagues — helped celebrate her contributions and passion toward student entrepreneurship.†Prices shown do not include tax or installation fees.Regular rates are subject to change without notice.