Chuck Eesley

I'm a professor in Stanford University's Management Science & Engineering group, teaching and doing research on technology entrepreneurship so that the next generation of entrepreneurs can have the greatest chances of success possible.

Before Stanford, I earned my Ph.D. at the MIT Sloan School of Management and a B.S. in Biological Basis of Behavior at Duke University.

I've spent the past 10 years in and around startups, founding 3 of my own, worked in a Duke neuroscience lab, started a biotech consulting firm, worked with two venture capital firms (Flagship Ventures and Lux Capital) and mentored startups in the MIT 100K and Clean Energy competitions.