Category: Keeping Up With Gen Y, Y Gen Entrepreneur
May 11, 2011 | BY Tamara Bell
DJ Saul, the May Y Gen Entrepreneur, is vice president of New Ventures at iStrategyLabs, which builds online and offline movements that engage communities through creative marketing, social media, and civic innovation.
DJ joins Keeping Up with Gen Y to talk about how young entrepreneurs are achieving “rock star” status among their peers. He also discusses how thinking selflessly when providing help to others will pay dividends when you need it most.
MORE ABOUT DJ SAUL
DJ Saul is vice president of New Ventures at iStrategyLabs, which builds online and offline movements that engage communities through creative marketing, social media, and civic innovation. The Washington, DC, resident also is founder and facilitator of Colonial Entrepreneurs, which meets monthly to share progress, ideas, connections, and all things entrepreneurial.
A graduate of George Washington University with a BA in International Affairs, DJ serves on the GW Alumni Association Communications Committee and The Luther Rice Society.
In his spare time, DJ is co-organizer of the DC Tech Meetup as well as a DC Ambassador for Sandbox, a network of 500-plus inspirational international leaders under the age of 30. He also plays in the DC Bocce League, where his team (repeat city champs) has donated thousands of dollars to local nonprofits.
The Y Gen Entrepreneurs series, which airs the second Wednesday of each month, is sponsored by Constant Contact, a leading provider of email marketing, event marketing, and online surveys to small businesses, associations and nonprofits. Click here for more information.
About the Author
Tamara Bell: Tamara Bell is the editor of Y Gen Out Loud. She began her journalism career as a reporter in Dallas, Texas. A few years later, she moved into politics and government, working for both Democratic and Republican members of the Texas Legislature. When not working on Y Gen, Tamara is a lecturer in the Advertising Department at The University of Texas at Austin. Tamara has a B.A. in Journalism from Texas A&M University and a Ph.D. in Journalism from The University of Texas at Austin.