Sarah Rhodes

Entrepreneurship Business Resident, Institute for Entrepreneurship
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Sarah Rhodes serves as Entrepreneurship Business Resident and is responsible for assisting the Economic Development Administration (EDA) Grant. This EDA funded project covers three distinct regions in Colorado, (Pueblo, San Luis Valley, and the Western Slope) including those that are historically economically distressed, and more recently, impacted by the economic disruptions of COVID-19. Sarah works alongside other campus partners in the Regional Economic Development Institute, supporting entrepreneurship & innovation programing, planning and technical support to diversify economic opportunities in Colorado.  

Sarah is also an advisor to the Entrepreneurship Ambassadors Club, supported by the Institute for Entrepreneurship. The Ambassador Club provides undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines an opportunity to cultivate an innovative community across campus. Sarah obtained a B.S. in Business Administration with concentrations in Marketing and Organizational and Innovation Management from Colorado State University’s College of Business. In addition to her work with the Institute, Sarah is currently a student in the inaugural cohort of the Agribusiness and Food Innovation Management Masters.