The Center for Women's Entrepreneurship at Chatham University creates economic opportunities for women through entrepreneurial education and training, mentoring, and networking. Building on Chatham University's tradition of educating women for 145 years, The Center for Women's Entrepreneurship at Chatham University has provided quality education and training for women entrepreneurs since 2005.
Rebecca Harris, MBA
Center for Women's Entrepreneurship at Chatham University
Rebecca has over 20 years of experience as an entrepreneur, consultant, and marketing specialist. She has started and managed a number of businesses, consulted on business development, marketing, sales management and strategic planning, and has worked for several non-profit organizations.
Rebecca holds an MBA in marketing from The Fox School of Business at Temple University and a bachelor of science degree in communication studies from Northwestern University.
Anne Flynn Schlicht, MBS
Anne joined the Center in September 2006. Anne received her Masters of Business Studies in Entrepreneurship from the University of Limerick, Ireland and a Best Practice in Teaching Entrepreneurship Certificate from the University of Cambridge, UK. Anne brings a wealth of international experience as a professor of entrepreneurship and as a business consultant. Anne has presented at seminars and conferences internationally on the topic of entrepreneurship education and women entrepreneurs. In January 2005, Anne was chosen as the second "Rooney International Visiting Scholar," which facilitated her move to the US.
Patricia Decker, MPW
Center for Women's Entrepreneurship and Chatham's Women's Business Center
Patricia has worked with numerous non-profit organizations in Europe, Latin America, and Southeast Asia, assisting with project management, marketing and fundraising efforts, and website development.
Patricia holds a bachelor of arts degree in economics and Spanish from Coe College and a master of professional writing degree from Chatham University.
Nazli Saka, ED.M., JD/LLM
Community & Student Engagement Manager Center for Women's Entrepreneurship at Chatham University
Prior to joining the Center, Nazli assisted small businesses with intellectual property, business, employment issues as a licensed attorney in Boston. During law school, she was a Project Associate for the Berkeley Small Business Counseling Clinic and a member of the Berkeley Technology Law Journal.
Nazli holds an LL.M from UC Berkeley School of Law in Law & Technology, a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School in Intellectual Property Law, an Ed.M. from Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a B.S. from Yale University.