Brave Pitch competition winners Reid Harman '18, Clayton Fyfe '19 and Rachel Anders with Turner School Director Dr. Bill McDowell and Turner School Managing Director Ken Klotz. (Photo Provided)
November 6, 2017
MBA student Rachel Anders, of St. Charles, Missouri, won the Fall 2017 Brave Pitch competition with a proposal for a food pantry on campus. The Lydia’s Kitchen pitch earned Anders a cash prize and an opportunity to present her project at a national competition in Tampa, Florida.
Reid Harman ‘18, a mechanical engineering major from Trivoli, Illinois, finished second with an idea for an anti-scalding faucet that changes colors to alert users when water is too hot. Computer information science major Clayton Fyfe ‘19, of Libertyville, Illinois, finished third with an idea for a smartphone app that incentivizes and rewards volunteers for assisting non-profit organizations.
Brave pitch is sponsored by Bradley’s Turner School of Entrepreneurship and Innovation.