Babs Carryer is a serial entrepreneur and active in multiple entrepreneurial activities. She blogs about entrepreneurship on New Venturist. She is the new director of faculty development and training at the National Collegiate inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA), which is dedicated to supporting entrepreneurship at our nation’s universities. Babs taught entrepreneurship at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) for 15 years, where she maintains an adjunct position. Formerly, Babs was embedded entrepreneur for CMU’s Project Olympus and innovation advisor for CMU’s Institute for Social Innovation. For the last seven years at the University of Pittsburgh, Babs taught the Benchtop to Bedside new technology commercialization course. Babs is President of Carryer Consulting and co-founder of LaunchCyte. Babs has a Masters in Public Management (MPM) from Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon and a BA from Mills College in California.