The Spring 2019 Madden Lecture will be “Life of an Entrepreneur: The Road Less Traveled.” This event will feature seven Le Moyne alumni – with majors divided between business and arts and sciences - who are all engaged in careers as successful entrepreneurs.

This panel discussion will be moderated by Ben Reilley ’01, an English major who is the founder and CEO of Life of Reilley, a farm distillery located near Cazenovia, N.Y., that became the first to receive a license to produce a ready-to-drink cocktail.

Panelists are:
Lynne Davis ’78 (English-communications), a real estate entrepreneur and the CEO of NterNow, a keyless access system that allows identity-verified prospects to tour properties instantly, on their own, in a safe and secure manner.

Greg DeFisher ’81 (business administration), president, CEO and owner of Freeman SCHWABE Machinery, a global manufacturer of the highest quality die-cutting presses, cutting and handling systems, and manufacturing software.

Lindsey Gleason ’10 (business administration), founder of TeamGleas (Globalizing Education and Sports), which to date has helped nearly 200 student-athletes study and compete at 12 universities in Ireland and the United Kingdom.

Andrew Lunetta ’12 (peace and global studies), founder and executive director of A Tiny Home for Good Inc., an organization dedicated to providing safe, dignified and affordable housing to those facing homelessness.

Indhira Santana ’06 (communications), founder, CEO and holistic wealth coach for My Wellness Solutions, a holistic health center with multiple locations in New York City.

Nate Frechette ’13 (management and information systems), chief technical officer and co-founder of Dropsource in Raleigh, N.C., a next-generation mobile app development platform.

The event free and open to the public. It is co-sponsored by the Madden School of Business and the College of Arts and Sciences at Le Moyne. For more information, call 315-445-4280.