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Actually, I helped start AE’s US arm. AE works with hispanic micro-entrepeneurs to provide business education classes and to help them refine existing skill sets to work within the structure of the US. After I studied abroad in Bolivia, I got back and wanted to stay involved with spanish. I found Alejandro and Ignacio, who were applying to Duke Startup Challenge with the idea to bring AE to the states (existing Chilean org that Ignacio had founded). I loved the idea and jumped on board. We won the social track! $5K in the bank.
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