Charlottesville Entrepreneurs and Espresso will begin at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 21, 2016 in the i.Lab at UVA. The format of C-E2 will consist of networking over coffee, a pitch from Ben Pfinsgraff of Common House with time for Q&A, and lessons learned with Joel Selzer.
Common House is a social club for the community of creative people in art and commerce. Our members are artists, craftsmen and entrepreneurs who share the belief that we can create an even more productive, progressive hometown by bringing the unique people already making a difference together in one common, creative place. Our first club will launch in Charlottesville, Virginia within the year, with expansion plans to other tertiary and secondary markets throughout the Southeast.
Joel Selzer has spent the past 10 years driving innovation in the healthcare industry as an entrepreneur, board member, and advisor. He co-founded and currently leads ArcheMedX, an e-learning technology and healthcare informatics company, that is transforming online education and training across healthcare through a data-driven approach to learning.
Joel also serves as Chairman of Ozmosis, Inc., a provider of care collaboration solutions to the healthcare industry. Prior to Ozmosis, Joel co-founded and directed Medical Funding Services (MFS), a digital healthcare payments firm, previously served in management roles at IBM Global Services, and developed data analysis solutions for the U.S. Government while at American Management Systems.
Joel received his BA from Georgetown University and MBA from the Darden School of Business, where he led the Entrepreneurs Club and worked for Updata Venture Partners. He co-founded FounderCorps and currently serves as a Board Member of the Charlottesville Business Innovation Council (CBIC) and Special Advisor to Social Safeguard and OpenQ.