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2: CHANGING Your Trajectory Can Be As SIMPLE As A “Required” Course | Ariel Lev | CoLab

Be Inspired | Do Good:

As the Executive Director of CoLab Roanoke, Ariel Lev helps create and cultivate a structure in which entrepreneurs, innovators, and big thinkers get things done in The Star City.

She shares with us the footprints of her journey.  From middle North Carolina to Roanoke.  Becoming a catalyst, a mover, a shaker in the community.  Through the CoLab she is able to combine her interest in emerging technology with a true passion for people and how they interact – with a true fascination of people and how they interact with forms of communications.  Impressive smarts!

If that’s not enough, Ariel is passionate about Intellectual Property, social entrepreneurship, eating delicious, locally grown foods, problem-solving, and making connections. Contact her for more information on the CoLab or just to talk about what’s happening in this Valley we all call home.

 

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