Spirit of Entrepreneurship Awards Honor Two from Antioch MBA Program

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Nathalie Gensac (left) and Diana Pereira (right)

Antioch University Santa Barbara’s MBA program will be well-represented at the 2015 Spirit of Entrepreneurship Awards as Nathalie Gensac, a member of the program’s advisory board, and Diana Pereira, an MBA adjunct faculty member, have been nominated.

Nathalie is nominated in the Nonprofit category for her work with Youth Interactive, an academy located in the Funk Zone in Santa Barbara that aims to instill an entrepreneurial spirit in students aged 14-24. Youth Interactive also emphasizes technology and the arts and strives to help young people stay in school and prepare for college and beyond.

Diana’s nomination in the Professional Services category is for her work with Balance Financial Management, a consulting company that provides nonprofit and for-profit companies of all sizes with accounting, HR, payroll, operational, and regulatory management services. Diana founded BFM about five years ago.

Over 90 women were nominated for 11 categories. The winners will be announced at a reception on Friday, May 8 at The Fess Parker DoubleTree Resort in Santa Barbara with Lynda Weinman, co-founder and executive chair of lynda.com, serving as the evening’s host.

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