Clint Day is an entrepreneurship adjunct professor who serves on the advisory board of NACCE, the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship, and the Shore Center for entrepreneurship at Kennesaw State University. He founded three insurance entities in Florida and Georgia and began teaching/mentoring after selling his last business. Professionally qualified by the AACSB business school association, Clint earned a MBA in entrepreneurship, and has been certified by the Babson SEE, Kauffman Ice House, Lean Launch Pad, UF Experiential Classroom, and Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship courses. He founded the entrepreneurship program at the State College of Florida, and wrote the Bar Charts entrepreneurship quick study guide, a how-to entrepreneurship book “Set Your Own Salary”, and the anthology for evidence-based entrepreneurship “Understanding Lean Startup”. Clint is a member of the NACCE and USASBE entrepreneurship organizations, and participates in veterans entrepreneurship training as a Vietnam vet. He writes a popular blog titled, “Current in Entrepreneurship,” which helps entrepreneurs around the globe stay connected to the latest news in entrepreneurship.
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