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Raymond Fava, Entrepreneurship Fellow

"When it comes to launching my business, my goal is to implement a strategy that will allow me yo be competitive. Reading the "Art of War" has helped me formulate that strategy."-  Raymond Fava

Raymond Fava

Raymond Fava transferred to the University of Baltimore in the fall of 2016 from Carroll Community College. He knew he wanted to pursue a business career so while at CCC he studied accounting. It was while attending an open house event about the program where he met Chris Wilson a Cohort I Entrepreneurship Fellow, that he knew that this was the program for him.

Robert Kiyosaki's book "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" is a book that helped shape Fava's entrepreneurship thinking. One of the most important concepts from the book the he holds in high regard is that it important to have clear purpose in mind. Having a clear and defined purpose keeps him focused and doesn't allow distractions to disrupt the things he want to do.


What is he working on now?

Raymond Fava is working on a promising redesign of the standard beverage koozie.