About the Entrepreneur Hall of Fame Dinner
In October 2015, the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies celebrated the 10th annual Entrepreneur Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Dinner. For this special anniversary, the Seton Hall community honored Beatriz Manetta, M.S.I.B. ’98 and Sunny Bathla ’00/M.B.A. ’15.
Beatriz (Betty) Manetta
Founder, President and CEO
Argent Associates, Inc. and Asociar, LLC
Beatriz Manetta worked in corporate America for 20 years, gaining the knowledge, skills and training needed to launch Argent Associates, Inc. in 1998 and most recently, Asociar in 2012. She sits on several boards which support efforts she is passionate about and has been awarded numerous awards for her leadership and commitment to community. Read More »
Founder, OSB Consulting
Vice President, Virtusa
With a background in finance and accounting, Sunny Bathla is the founder of OSB Consulting, a consulting services firm he recently sold to Virtusa Corporation. He credits his entrepreneurial drive to his father. An active alumnus, Bathla serves on The Entrepreneurial Center’s board and enjoys mentoring entrepreneurship students. Read More »
Emerging Entrepreneur Award
Earlene Cruz '14
Founder, Kitchen Connection
Special Guest Master of Ceremonies
Host and Producer, CEO Radio
on WCBS Radio AM 880
For more information about the Hall of Fame dinner, contact Susan Scherreik
About the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
“Built by Entrepreneurs for Future Entrepreneurs”
The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the Stillman School of Business was formed in 2003 through an endowment from Frank Scott ’50, a New Jersey entrepreneur and alumnus, and his wife, Marilyn.
The Center was created to raise student awareness of self-employment as a career option and fosters the collaboration of faculty, students, alumni and entrepreneurs to engage in activities that advance hands-on entrepreneurial learning. The Center is integral to the Stillman School's mandate to prepare students for careers in the 21st century by acknowledging the growing importance of entrepreneurship in the U.S. and global economy.