Everett W. Young ’98 is currently a fellow and a regional director of the Startup Leadership Program. He is also the co-director of the San Francisco Chapter of the Hamilton Venture Network, an organization that has a resource of networks and events, which allow Hamilton College entrepreneurs to connect.

The Startup Leadership Program’s website stated, “The Startup Leadership Program (SLP) is a highly selective, global, world-class training program and lifelong global network for outstanding founders, leaders and innovators who want to become startup CEOs. The program began in Boston in 2006 with seven Fellows (participants). It has grown to 27 cities in 12 countries.”

As a Hamilton student, Everett majored in philosophy. He was actively involved with athletics as a member of both the ski team and the men's cross country team. He was also a part of the fraternity Delta Kappa Epsilon. Since graduating, Everett has had a successful career as both a ski racing coach and in entrepreneurship as the founder and CEO of iCHAMPSPORTS, a startup that focuses on athletic data continuity.


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