San Diego Business Journal

Millennials Are Recasting San Diego’s Startup Scene

LEADERSHIP: Some See Need for Greater Diversity of Mentors By Brittany Meiling Originally published April 3, 2017 at 10:04 a.m., updated April 3, 2017 at 10:04 a.m.
   
Left to right, Rayan Bouajram, Scott Herren and Harrison Schaen, executive directors of the nonprofit Startup San Diego, attend the group’s March Mingle.

Left to right, Rayan Bouajram, Scott Herren and Harrison Schaen, executive directors of the nonprofit Startup San Diego, attend the group’s March Mingle.

— A group of millennials is edging its way into the startup community’s leadership, reshaping San Diego’s startup culture and filling a void in the region’s business community...

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