EDIFY Speaker Series: Katyln Grasso, GenHERation Founder

Katlyn Grasso is the founder and CEO of GenHERation. GenHERation is a network for connecting young women and companies. It is the go-to source for inspiration and access for high school and college women.The event will take place in the Gloria Delgado Performing Arts Theatre.
In her role as CEO, she has grown the GenHERation community to more than 250,000 members. A graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, she is one of the inaugural recipients of the President’s Engagement Prize created by Dr. Amy Gutmann at the University of Pennsylvania.

Grasso was featured on the cover of Philly Biz Magazine as the youngest woman on the “Women to Watch” list. Katlyn is a frequent television and radio contributor and has appeared on CNBC, NBC New York, NBC Washington, D.C., SiriusXM Radio, CBS Radio Los Angeles, and Kiss 104.1.Originally from Hamburg, New York, Katlyn is now a bicoastal entrepreneur spending her time between New York City, Philadelphia, and California.

Mission: To unleash and enlighten the intellectual curiosity of St. Michael’s students so that they may form the habits of mind and heart that will enable them to courageously contribute to the common good. Made possible by a generous St. Michael's donor.

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