Brett Schultz is a sophomore who is pursuing a degree in Business Administration with options in Finance and Entrepreneurial Studies, while completing a second major in Sustainability. This last summer, he finished an internship with UNH’s Sustainability Institute where he helped regional businesses create ESG Framework and conduct environmental supply chain analysis. Brett is also the sole founder of College Connector, an early-stage startup that is designed to revolutionize traditional social media and e-commerce platforms while simultaneously optimizing the college experience for students across the country. During his freshman year, Brett was able to fund most startup costs through competing and winning prizes in the Maurice Prize Competition, UNH Wildcat Tank Competition, and Holloway Competition. Brett also serves as a student lead for the UNH Wind Energy Team, where he is working alongside a team of engineering students build a fixed-bottom offshore wind turbine, create a site plan, and conduct community outreach for a competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy. Brett hopes to leverage these experiences to provide unique insights to the fund, while simultaneously learning more about the realm of private investing. Outside of academics, professional work, and competitions, Brett is actively involved on campus as a Shaw Explorer, Changemaker Coach, Mentor for the Idea & Innovation Society, President of Founders Club, Paul Scholar, and member of the University’s Honors Program.