Hi, I’m Dr. Debra Dupree, host for the monthly Discovery Show where we uncover the many challenges of today’s work world.
I was excited to have Regina Bernal from USD’s Entrepreneurship programs where I have been honored to participate as a mentor to up-and-coming entrepreneurs. Regina is not only a millennial herself but knows firsthand the challenges of being a female leader as well as managing up, down and all around—working with those older and younger from a position of leadership. We talked about how Millennials serve as valuable Subject Matter Mentors, particularly in the area of technology in our day-to-day worlds. It’s a reframe on how we can learn from mentors at any age!
Our featured guest this past Friday was Regina Bernal, a Millennial with accomplishments and awards beyond her years, Regina leads and enhances major Entrepreneurship opportunities at USD including the V2 Pitch Competition, the Legacy Entrepreneurship Conference, and the coaching and mentoring program for student entrepreneurs.
Having grown up on both sides of the border, she mentors US and Latin American startups. She moves so fast, we suspect her blood type is caffeine but know that she is fueled by all things entrepreneurial on both sides of the border.