Johnson & Johnson Wearables Pitch

On November 12, 2019, the UMass Lowell innovation community partnered with Johnson and Johnson Innovation to host an event at M2D2 located at the Innovation Hub in downtown Lowell. The event was called – The Promise of the Next Generation of Wearables. RE-VIVE, who won Honorable Mention, a $2,000 award at the 2019 Rist DifferenceMaker Idea Challenge, was chosen to pitch at this exciting event!

Innovations such as the Apple Watch and FitBit, also known as wearable devices, have become one of the trendiest accessories to hit the consumer world. The smart wearable device market is projected to double by 2022.

Steven Tello, Vice Provost for Graduate, Professional and Online Studies, gave welcoming remarks. After the remarks, expert thought leaders in this space, such as Cris De Luca, Global Director of Digital Innovation, and Jeff Champagne, Director of Business Development at MPR Associates, Inc. discussed the true value and definition of “wearables devices” and “smart clothing”.

There were various three minute pitches, presented by startup teams with products related to wearable technology. Alison Michell and Nicholas Lydon, two UMass Lowell seniors studying chemical engineering, pitched their idea for RE-VIVE. RE-VIVE aims to address the opioid epidemic by preventing fatal overdoses. RE-VIVE consists of a wearable auto-injection system to administer Naloxone to those suffering from a drug overdose. This will help decrease the number of fatal overdoses that tragically occur, and hopefully combat the overall epidemic.

There was an expert feedback panel, featuring Stefanie Dhanda, Ibraheem Badejo, and Cris De Luca. Everyone on the panel were Directors from Johnson and Johnson Innovation. After all of the pitches, they voted for their top favorite teams. RE-VIVE came in 2nd place!

Allison Michell, member of RE-VIVE, pitching to the panel of experts about their product

Congratulations to RE-VIVE! We’re very proud of their hard work!

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Beantown Throwdown 2019

On Tuesday, November 19, students from local colleges and universities near the Boston area gathered to the global headquarters of LogMeIn for the largest cross-college pitch off hosted by MIT. Among those schools were students from our district: UMass Lowell and Middlesex Community College!

Representing UMass Lowell was team Ambulatory Innovations, who won Honorable Mention at the 2019 Rist DifferenceMaker Idea Challenge. Michelle Mailloux and Katherine Muise, two graduates in physical therapy in the Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences, are the founders. Michelle pitched their product, the C.A.T. Mat, at the Beantown Throwdown this Tuesday.

Nicholas Draper and Michelle Mailloux from team Ambulatory Innovations, pitch their product “C.A.T. Mat” at Beantown Throwdown in Boston, MA.

C.A.T. Mat (community ambulation tool mat) is an artificial environment simulation tool for patients going through physical therapy. It will simulate walking outdoors, with tiles that have textures such as sand and rocks, to help patients prepare for community ambulation.

The first place winner of the 2019 Beantown Throwdown was UMass Lowell, team Ambulatory Innovations! They received first place against teams from Harvard University, Boston University, MIT, and more.

They were awarded the following prizes:

Entrepreneur Education

· Admission to an upcoming MITEF Cambridge Start Smart class – (1st + 2nd place teams)

· Launchpad Venture Group is offering guest passes for two (2) entrepreneurs to attend one upcoming catalyst event as observers. These events showcase short pitches from 10-12 startups, with networking with investors afterwards. The two team members will be able to watch the pitches and network afterwards – (1st place team)

· Underscore VC will host an expert-lunch/mentoring-session and offer a final round interview to a team they select for their UFirst Summer Accelerator

· A Legal Lunch with MITEF Legal Sponsors

· Net Positive Agency is offering four (4) one-hour digital marketing consulting sessions – (1st + 2nd place teams)

Startup Tools

· One-year team plan subscription to the Disciplined Entrepreneurship Toolbox; a set of tools and checklists to help founders build a healthy and successful startup – (1st + 2nd place teams)

· Access to Google Cloud Startup Program – Spark Package, which includes 20K in credits via MITEF Cambridge partnership –(1st + 2nd place teams)

Incubator Access

· ACTION Innovation Network will provide one hour consultations exploring the greater Boston/New England incubator network. (1st + 2nd place teams)

Other

· Day passes to the Cambridge Innovation Center

· The Canada prize of travel to Montreal at District 3 Innovation Center for a week, Montreal’s leading innovation hub (1st place winner)

· Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds gift bag

We’re very proud of their hard work and innovative idea!

Team Ambulatory Innovations holding their winning certificate. Katie Muse (left), Michelle Mailloux (middle), Nicholas Draper (middle), and Tyler Clifton (right).

Representing Middlesex Community College, is team VotEd. Students Michael Dignan, Gillian Inglis, and Olivia Reposa are part of the DifferenceMaker/MCC Partnership. VotEd is a platform that works to give users unbiased knowledge about their rights to vote. They won the DifferenceMaker prize for Significant Social Impact in 2019.

Olivia Reposa (left) and Michael Digan (right), founders of VotED.

We are so proud of our DifferenceMaker student teams that pitched at Beantown this year!

Read about the Beantown Throwdown press release here.

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RIST DifferenceMaker Celebration – 2019

On October 16th, 2019, we held our DifferenceMaker Thank You Celebration at Moloney Hall in University Crossing. This event was to give a huge thank you to everyone that has been helping out and supporting DifferenceMaker!

The night started off with lots of networking. About 105 people were in attendance, consisting of Faculty Fellows, student teams, directors, alumni, and more. Brian Rist, ’77, Manning School of Business, and CEO of Storm Smart, along with Chancellor Jacquie Moloney, also stopped by to celebrate.

Students, alumni, and faculty fellows all networking with one another before the dinner reception and speeches. Student teams are also explaining their projects along with their posters.

Following the networking, there was a dinner reception. Steak tips, along with seasonal roasted vegetables and potatoes were served. Everyone ate and networked with each other some more.

After the dinner reception, Entrepreneurial Initiatives Project Director, Holly Butler, gave opening remarks and an introduction of the night to the crowd.

This event took place at Moloney Hall in University Crossing. The room had blue lighting and elegant table settings for everyone to celebrate in.

After the introduction, Chancellor Jacquie Moloney followed up afterwards by giving welcoming remarks to everyone. She spoke about how much DifferenceMaker has grown since it first started in 2013 and how it’s been successful in getting students involved with learning about startups, being an entrepreneur, and making change in the world.

Brian Rist, followed up the Chancellor’s speech by speaking about his recent donation to establish the Rist DifferenceMaker Institute. Without the education he received from UMass Lowell, he would have not been as successful as he is now, being the CEO of his own company, Storm Smart. His donation to establish the Rist DifferenceMaker Institute was a way to give back and to help give students a boost in working to become their own CEOs’ as well. Towards the end of his speech, he gave everyone pieces of advice about startups. A quote of advice that was given to him which also inspired the crowd was “Businesses don’t fail, people quit.”

Following the speeches by Brian Rist and the Chancellor were pitch updates from former and recent student teams. Ha Pho, Entrepreneurial Initiatives Project Manager, introduced each team. The teams (some whom are now companies!) that pitched were Nonspec, Preventions Possible, invisaWear, Operation250, Benji Ball, and CAT Mat.

Matthew Clarke, who was an Honorable Mention in 2014, pitching about his nonprofit, Prevention’s Possible.

There was a Q&A session after each team’s pitch update to engage the crowd. The night ended with closing remarks by Vice Provost Steven Tello, along with dessert and more networking and poster viewing.

Winner of the Campus-Wide DifferenceMaker prize in 2017, Team Operation 250‘s updated business plan poster.

Thank you to everyone that attended this night! DifferenceMaker would not be where it is at right now without you all.

Please save the date for the upcoming College-based competition finals and 2020 Idea Challenge.

Digital Federal Credit Union/Manning School of Business Innovation Contest Finals: December 3, 6-8:30 p.m., in the Saab Center Perry Atrium.

Francis College of Engineering Prototyping Competition: December 4, 3-9 p.m., in the Saab Center Perry Atrium.

2020 $50,000 Idea Challenge: April 15, 2020, 5-8:30 p.m., University Crossing, Moloney Hall.

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2019 Rist DifferenceMaker Fall Kick-Off and College Competition Announcement

On September 25, at the Saab Center, Perry Atrium, we held our annual semester Kick-Off event! Over 60 participants came to network, ask questions, and learn more about DifferenceMaker and the college-based competitions. The night started off with food, fun, and networking.

Students and faculty members sitting in groups and learning more about the Rist DifferenceMaker Institute.

During the event, our two college-based competitions were kicked-off. The Digital Federal Credit Union/Manning School of Business Innovation Contest was announced by Thomaz de Moura, the Innovations Director at DCU. Jim Regan ’88, Manning School of Business and President and CEO of DCU stopped by to say hello. Dean Richtermeyer, Manning School of Business also came to show her support for the event and competition.

The Francis College of Engineering Prototyping Competition was announced by Professor Hunter Mack; a faculty member in the Francis College of Engineering and a DifferenceMaker Faculty Fellow. Provost Joe Hartman, former Dean of the Francis College of Engineering also stopped by to support the event.

Thomaz de Moura, Innovations Director, Digital Federal Credit Union, announces the Digital Federal Credit Union/Manning School of Business Innovation Contest!

The Kick-Off event ended with an exciting and interactive ideation activity. To start, each student team had to define a problem they were passionate about solving. Once that was completed, they developed a variety of solutions to solve that specific problem. Then, they chose the best solution and built it using Legos.

Students work alongside DifferenceMaker Faculty Fellows to define problems and develop solutions.

Each team pitched their problems and solutions to the audience and showcased their Lego prototypes. Once everyone pitched their ideas, there were closing remarks and more networking to end the evening.

A student team pitches their solution related to a healthcare problem.

Thank you to everyone that attended this event! A very special thank you to all of our sponsors that support The Rist DifferenceMaker Institute and our College-based Competitions.

We hope to see all students enter a college-based competition to win funding to move their ideas forward. To apply and learn more, click here. The application deadline is Oct. 25th.

Questions? DifferenceMaker@uml.edu

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RIST DifferenceMaker Fellowship

Brian Rist ’77, Manning School of Business is the Founder, President & CEO of Storm Smart Industries. He and his wife, Kim, have recently donated $2 million to establish the Rist DifferenceMaker Institute. The Rist Family donation is a significant step forward in the development and growth of the DifferenceMaker® program. Through the Rist DifferenceMaker Institute we will increase the participation and recognition of UMass Lowell student innovation and creativity across the northeast and the country. We are very grateful to Brian and Kim Rist for this generous contribution, and for their past support of the program.

The Rist DifferenceMaker Fellowship is designed to engage creative individuals in building, developing, and expanding the DifferenceMaker® program and the success of its student teams. The position is supported by the Rist DifferenceMaker Institute with funds being matched by the University of Massachusetts Lowell.

If you are interested in the Rist Fellowship, please see the flyer for more information and take a moment to complete the inquiry form. Once completed, you will receive additional information.

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Design Sprint Workshop 2019

DifferenceMaker hosted a Google Design Sprint in August with current and past DifferenceMaker students and teams, as well as UMass Lowell student researchers. The Sprint consisted of four sessions with the goal of teaching student teams how to build and test their prototypes in just five days. DifferenceMaker judge and mentor, Richard Juknavorian ’98, Zuckerburg College of Health Sciences, led all the sessions. Each session consisted of videos, lectures, and teamwork.

DifferenceMaker judge and mentor, Richard Juknavorian ’98, Zuckerburg College of Health Sciences, introduces the five-step Design Sprint process

These sessions were based off the book Sprint, Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas in Just Five Days, written by Jake Knapp from Google Ventures. The purpose of a Sprint is to be as efficient as possible with your time and to get everyone on the team to bring out their best ideas and contributions.

A Design Sprint is meant to Map, Sketch, Decide, Prototype, and Test ideas in just five days. It allows you to fast forward into the future so you can see how customers react before you invest all the time and expense of building a real product.

Sprint, the book that the sessions were based on.

Each day of the workshop had a different focus. For example, the first day focused on mapping the foundation for the product the team will be building. Each day led up to the last day of the workshop where the team was able to test their prototype on potential customers for feedback.

Team member interviewing a potential customer while the rest of the team takes down notes about the feedback they are receiving.

We would like to give a huge thank you to Richard Juknavorian for facilitating all of the sessions! The Design Sprint was an amazing learning experience for everyone.

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Demo Day 2019

On Monday, July 15 2019, the 2019 DifferenceMaker® Idea Challenge winning teams gathered in the UMass Lowell Innovation Hub to pitch their new and improved ideas since advancing through the summer Boot Camp. The audience consisted of alumni, faculty, staff, community friends, and interested mentors and advisors. The goal of Demo Day is to advance teams’ progress with the help and guidance of mentors.

Ha Pho, Entrepreneurial Initiatives Project Manager giving an introduction before the student presentations begin.

During Demo Day, students and mentors got to network with one another and each other. Student teams also pitched their ideas to everyone. In their pitches, they explained their business plans, potential customers, and impact that their product or service would have. There was an Q&A session after each pitch and more networking to end the exciting evening.

Stephen Wahome and Nicholas Bedard, founders of JamFuze getting feedback from Manning School of Business Professor, Deborah Finch.

One of the student teams, USe Cart, presenting their project before receiving feedback.

To learn more, please take a moment to watch a short video about Demo Day here.

Thank you to everyone that attended! The event would not have been so successful without the support of so many individuals. We hope to see you again next year!

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Boot Camp 2019

Throughout the month of June, the 2019 DifferenceMaker Idea Challenge winning teams participated in a 4-session summer Boot Camp to learn how to bring their product or service closer to market, develop their business models, and discover more about their customers.

Professor Deb Finch mentoring team USe Cart and giving them feedback and advice about their business plan.

Throughout these Boot Camp sessions, student teams learned about starting a business/non-profit. Before each session, videos about various topics, such as, building a start-up and customer discovery were provided. The sessions themselves allowed the teams to achieve a better understanding of who their customer segments are and gave them the opportunity to develop and test their business models and roadmap for their products.

The Business Model Canvas was used to further develop and understand their business.

The Boot Camp sessions allowed students to receive mentoring from previous DifferenceMaker teams and UMass Lowell faculty advisors. Homework was given each week and teams presented their discoveries in a pitch format, allowing them to receive immediate feedback from the Boot Camp mentors.

These mentors provided the students with advice on how they pitched, recommended people they could network with for guidance, and cleared up any issues on the products or services that might’ve come up in the future. The students asked them many questions, and received answers with many different opinions.

From left to right: Rajia Abdelaziz, co-founder and CEO of InvisaWear
Jonathan De Alderete, co-founder and CEO of NonSpec
Deborah Finch, UML Manning School of Business Professor
Brent Shell, UML Zuckerburg College of Health Sciences Professor and DifferenceMaker Faculty Fellow


All of these Boot Camp sessions helped the student teams prepare for Demo Day; an event that allows the teams to network, pitch their new and improved ideas, and talk to more mentors. Demo Day was on July 15th, 2019. Feel free to watch a video of Demo Day here.

The 2019 Idea Challenge winning team, Benji Ball, presenting their business model plan.

In addition to the Boot Camp advisors, we would also like to thank the Boot Camp guest speakers and mentors:

Richard Juknavorian

  • UML alumni,’98 Zuckerbug College of Health Sciences
  • Vice President, Centene

Erin Keaney

David Kantaros

  • Partner, Foley & Lardner LLP, Co-Chair, Technology Industry Practice
  • Business Law, Ventura Capital/Private Equity Attorney
  • Idea Challenge sponsor

Rajnish Kaushik

  • Associate Director, Office of Technology Commercialization

Hunter Mack

  • UML Francis College of Engineering Professor
  • DifferenceMaker Faculty Fellow

Chris McKenna

  • UML alumni, ’89, Francis College of Engineering
  • Partner Foley & Lardner LLP, Co-Chair of Technology Industry Practice, Co-Chair of Electronics Practice Group
  • Intellectual Property Attorney
  • Idea Challenge sponsor

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RIST DifferenceMaker® INSTITUTE

The Rist Family donation is a significant step forward in the development and growth of the DifferenceMaker® Program. Through the Rist DifferenceMaker® Institute, we will increase the participation and recognition of UMass Lowell student innovation and creativity across the northeast and the country. We are very grateful to Kim and Brian Rist ’77, Manning School of Business, for this generous contribution, and for their past support of the program.

Kim and Brian Rist ’77, Manning School of Business

Thank you to Kim and Brian Rist for supporting the DifferenceMaker® Program and UMass Lowell students in the following ways:

  • Establishment of the Rist DifferenceMaker® Graduate student fellowship.
  • Funding to support DifferenceMaker® student team participation in regional and national competitions.
  • Naming of the Rist Campus-wide DifferenceMaker® award.
  • Support of the Rist DifferenceMaker® co-op student award.
Brian Rist ’77, Manning School of Business, being recognized at the 2019 $50,000 Idea Challenge.
  • Brian Rist is the Founder, President, and CEO of Storm Smart Industries. He is also the President & CEO of Storm Smart’s parent company The Smart Companies.
  • Brian Rist is considered an expert in the field of innovative hurricane protection.
  • Since founding Storm Smart in 1996, Brian has dedicated his energies to customer service, product development, company growth and sustainability.
  • A Massachusetts native, he had the idea for hurricane protection after Hurricane Andrew in 1992 revealed how garage-door failures destroyed homes. Initially focused on helping homeowners protect their homes from storms, Storm Smart’s business jumped more than 300% after Hurricane Charley struck the Gulf Coast in 2004.
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2019 $50,000 Idea Challenge

On Wednesday, April 24, from 5 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., we held our 7th annual $50,000 Idea Challenge in Moloney Hall, University Crossing.  As people began to arrive they had a chance to vote for one of our nine semi-finalist teams to win the Fan Favorite award.  There was great turnout of faculty, professors, students, and others to see our ten finalist teams pitch-off for a chance to win a piece of the $50,000!

Congratulations to all of our winning teams!

Fan Favorite – $1,000

Bar Scene- Thomas Kiley, Senior, Computer Science; Hannah Wright, Alumni, Marketing and Entrepreneurship; & Owen Hunter, Senior, Finance.

“The Bar Scene app will act as a one-stop shop for nightlife information in Lowell, including prices, events, and how crowded each bar is in real time.”

Honorable Mentions – $2,000

EV Smart (EV 2 EV)- Omkar Bhandakkar, Alumni, Energy Engineering; Hamza Ehsan, Junior, Computer Science; & Rajvi Shah, Senior, Computer Science. 

“We want to solve the problem of EV owners worrying about range and charging. By creating an app to connect nearby EV owners with people in need of charging we solve exactly that. With the hardware in place for Vehicle-2-vehicle communications as well we can have short range and long range communications either between mobile phones and users or cars between cars.”

OTDSEES (Over Terrain Tactical Scuba Personnel Delivery Device)- Ian Ramsdell, Senior, BA. 

“As a scuba diver here in New England it is always a challenge to haul your gear over the extremely uneven terrain that is associated with the best dive sites. This also keeps a lot of disabled divers from being able to enjoy a sport that they love. For a disabled scuba diver, this terrain makes it even more of a challenge. I have developed a device that would either assist the diver by moving the diver’s gear to the water or even move a disabled diver to the water or even into the water.”

Projected Pin/ ATM Fast App- Conrad Nelson, Junior, Chemical Engineering; Jenna Olander, Senior, Art (BFA); Tatiana Tompkins, Sophomore, Business; & Mohammad Musawear, Freshman, Computer Engineering. 

“A faster and safer method to withdraw from an ATM that will save Americans and ATM companies millions of dollars per year.  Our method requires a minor integration to the ATM user interface that will help prevent potentially all card skimming and PIN theft that occurs at ATMs.”

RE-VIVE (NextStep)- Nicholas Lydon, Senior, Chemical Engineering (BSE); Allison Michell, Senior, Chemical Engineering (BSE); & Derek Jamieson, Freshman, Undeclared. 

“This project aims to address the opioid epidemic by preventing fatal overdose. The project consists of a wearable auto-injection system to administer Naloxone to those suffering from a drug overdose. This will help decrease the number of fatal overdoses that tragically occur, and hopefully combat the overall epidemic.”

The CAT Mat (Outside In – An outdoor simulation mat)- Michelle Mailloux, Graduate, Physical Therapy; & Katherine Muise, Graduate, Physical Therapy. 

“Our product is a mat that will allow physical therapists to treat their patients’ deficits throughout the body, from the musculoskeletal system to sensory systems. It will simulate walking outdoors to help patients prepare for community ambulation. Our mat will have a sturdy structure underneath that allows it to be slip-free and be buildable. The pieces will be sized so that they can fit in parallel bars, making them usable to even the most dependent of patients. It will be a great alternative to walking outside when an outdoor environment is not suitable for a patient.”

Contribution to a Healthier Lifestyle – $4,500

ECG for Me (Electro Cardio Athletic Patch)- Rachel Harrington, Graduate, Biotechnology; Taylor Mellen, Graduate, Biotechnology; & William Bizilj, Graduate, Biotechnology. 

“Design wireless electro cardio patches that work with the Apple Series 4 watch to display an ECG capable of detecting underlying heart conditions.”

Jack. M. Wilson First Product to Market Award – $4,500

Jamfuze (Music Web Platform)- Stephen Wahome, Alumni, MBA; Christopher Sinclair, Junior, BBA; Michael Adrien, Senior, Sound Recording Technology (BM). 

“We are aiming to create a music website/market place connects local artist with the services they need to build and accelerate their music careers. These services will range from finding local studios, engineers, videographers, beats, and much more. The key is eliminating the search cost for these artists by providing a one stop shop platform.”

Sutherland Innovative Technology Solution – $4,500

USe Cart- Max Ushakov, Graduate, Electrical Engineering; Daniel Falcone, Senior, Business; Moya Alhayek, Junior, Electrical Engineering; & Shanice Kelly, Junior, Mechanical Engineering. 

“The future shopping cart that makes the shopping faster, easier for customers, pushing the self-checking to the new level. The smart shopping cart will create the better experience of doing your grocery, and it will reduce the time that you spend in a store. Technology inside will help a customer to navigate through the piles and have a shopping list on a screen connected to theirs accounts.  Let’s make the future of shopping enjoyable.”

Significant Social Impact – $4,500

VotED- from Middlesex Community College: Michael Dignan, Sophomore, Business Administration; Gillian Inglis, Sophomore, Business Administration; & Olivia Reposa, Sophomore, Business Administration.

 “A voting education app.  It informs voters about what is on their ballot in the upcoming election and will notify them when there is an upcoming election.  They can also decide if they want to learn about town meeting and other political events in their town.”

Rist Campus-wide DifferenceMaker – $6,000

Benji Ball- Benjamin McEvoy, Sophomore, Business; Gavin Donohue, Sophomore, Engineering; Tristan Naboicheck, Freshman, English; & Edward Morante, Sophomore, Education. 

“This is a Baseball training tool that will be composed of a bat and ball with the ball having multiple sides, each side showing the different outcome of an at bat. The bat has a bigger barrel since this game/training tool is designed for children and special needs kids to be able to learn the game of baseball in a fun and simplistic way. I already have the first prototype made from a manufacturer in China.”

We would like to extend a special thanks to all of our judges for doing an amazing job!

  • Jim Barry ’88, Kennedy College of Sciences, President and CEO of InspireMD, Inc.
  • Lorna Boucher ’86, Manning School of Business, Chief Marketing Officer of Instinet
  • Mary Burns ’84, College of Fine Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences, Principal of Splash Media Group Boston, LLC
  • Jim Regan ’88, Manning School of Business, President and CEO of Digital Federal Credit Union
  • Brian Rist ’77, Manning School of Business, President and CEO of The Smart Companies
  • Mark Saab ’81, ’13 (H), Francis College of Engineering, Chief Technology Officer of Vention Medical
  • Jack M. Wilson, President Emeritus UMass System and Distinguished Professor of Higher Education, Emerging Technologies, and Innovation at UMass Lowell

Also, a huge thank you to all of our sponsors for supporting the DifferenceMaker program over the years and helping us get to where we are today!

  • Circle Health
  • Jim Dandeneau ‘80
  • Joseph C. Day Chancellors’ Fund 
  • Digital Federal Credit Union
  • Foley and Lardner, LLP
  • Joseph P. Donahue ‘13 (H) Charitable Foundation
  • Nancy L. Donahue Endowed Fellowship in Values and Ethics
  • Enterprise Bank
  • Mitchell Kertzman ‘96 (H) Endowed Discretionary Fund
  • Robert J. Manning ‘84 Endowment Fund (Robert and Donna Manning)
  • Francis L. McKone ‘56 ‘00 (H) Chancellor’s Discretionary Endowment Fund
  • Glenn Morgan ‘86
  • Pernick Chancellor’s Endowed Discretionary Fund
  • James Regan ‘88
  • Brian Rist ‘77, Manning School of Business
  • Spinola Angel Investment Fund for Entrepreneurship
  • Andrew Sutherland ’94
  • Jack Wilson Endowed Presidential Entrepreneurship Award Fund
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