Anne-Marie Maman '84

Executive Director of the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council
Clio Hall Award Recipient

Anne-Marie Maman is Executive Director of the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council, which works to engage and educate Princeton-connected entrepreneurs of all levels, on campus, in our community, and in locations around the world. PEC also actively engages with the greater NJ entrepreneurial ecosystem.  Princeton Entrepreneurship Council has several active programs involving under-appreciated academic founders from all communities. 

Anne-Marie spent most of her career commercializing leading edge medical technologies—starting in large international companies, moving to medical device startups, and then becoming an entrepreneur herself. Her passion was improving patient care by matching specific market needs with effective products. She has experience raising non-dilutive funding and dilutive funding, as well as selling a startup to a large international organization.  

Anne-Marie has an AB from Princeton University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

"GradFutures has been a great collaborator with the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council.  We have enjoyed working with them to present the Bootcamp that is run twice a year for grad students and postdocs.  Whether you have an idea or not, if you want to learn more about the entrepreneurial mindset and how to think through the product/market fit - join us!! The skills you are developing as grad students are very relevant in the startup world - connect to me or anyone on the PEC team if you want to talk or if you have questions."

Social Media Links: @AnneMarie_Maman