Family Entrepreneurship Peer Forum

The Family Entrepreneurship Peer Forum is a unique platform for students who come from a family entrepreneurship background to share their concerns and challenges in the zone of personal-family-business that they cannot discuss anywhere else. Meeting once per month throughout the academic year, each forum consists of a group of 8 students and a Babson mentor who serves as both a moderator and an advisor.

Claudia Ortiz de Zevallos Roda, current MBA student, explains how the Peer Forum helps her in unique ways

Please note that this program requires a commitment on the students' part to attend ALL meetings during the academic year. Students applying to the Peer Forum must have a family business or other entrepreneurship platform. 

The Peer Forum is offered to all graduate students and to undergraduate students in the Family Entrepreneurship Amplifier Program.