Charlesetta Medina ’10 (entrepreneurship), small business specialist and entrepreneur-in-residence at Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Entrepreneurship, has launched the Titan Women Collective, aimed at mentoring and developing the next generation of Orange County businesswomen.
Open to junior- and senior-level students at the university’s Mihaylo College of Business and Economics, the program provides individual advising with achieving Southern California women business executives and support in developing vital soft skills such as negotiation abilities and self-advocacy.
In addition to guiding the first cohort of students through the collective this year, Medina is also hard at work building a support network for the program in the Orange County community, including developing a board of directors and spearheading fundraising for the initiative.
Working with existing resources within Mihaylo College, Medina has also connected the collective with the Women’s Leadership Program, enabling second-year students in the program to join the collective for even further focused individual development.
Continue reading about this startup and how to get involved in this CSUF News article.