As Associate Director of the John E. and Alice L. Butler Launch Pad, Ms. Klein Marmer has helped to define and redefine the accelerator model for delivering resources and services for Babson's current students and alumni entrepreneurs. Currently, she manages the mentoring and advising of hundreds of entrepreneurs annually in topics such as opportunity recognition, market feasibility, go to market strategy as well as developing their business model. She also launched the Fast Track Cohort program, an intense, structured facilitated coaching program that accelerates businesses through the academic year. Ms. Klein Marmer joined Babson's Graduate School Center for Career Development in 2004, working as Associate Director with students interested in technology, life sciences, energy and entrepreneurial careers. She is an MBA from Babson College's two year MBA program, where she went through the Entrepreneurship Intensity Track (EIT) and co-launched AdvantageNet, Inc., a business and career management consulting firm. Ms. Klein Marmer started her career at Ernst & Young and then held several positions of increasing responsibility in accounting and finance in the financial services and communications industries. She served for three years as co-President on the board of Wellesley Community Children's Center. She earned her B.S. in Accounting at University of Delaware, an MBA with honors from Babson College, and is a former CPA.