Amy Rosen


Amy Rosen is the former CEO and president of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), which has worked with more than a half a million young people from low-income communities from around the world.  She is vice chair of the World Economic Forum’s Youth Unemployment Council, and has served as a presidential appointee for the last three U.S. presidents.

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Growing a Business

Why Entrepreneurs Should Embrace Hillary Clinton's Tech and Innovation Agenda

Consider her student-debt relief mechanism, which links loan forgiveness to entrepreneurship.

Thought Leaders

The Least Important Entrepreneurship Ingredient

The "bolt of lightning" idea is overvalued and overhyped when it comes to entrepreneurship.


6 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Be Better Teachers

Business teachers don't teach future leaders how to teach, but they should.

Making a Change

7 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Invest in Themselves

Investing in your development is an investment in your company.

Thought Leaders

Why Future Orientation Is the Most Important Part of Entrepreneurial Thinking

Simply having a map doesn't mean you'll even start a journey -- which is why connecting personal action to outcome is essential.

Thought Leaders

Albuquerque Has Embraced the Entrepreneurial Mindset for City Services

The desert city has invested in teaching 100 municipal employees the principles of entrepreneurship.

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