Kerris Lee was first propelled into entrepreneurship at the young age of 14 when he started an apparel company called Mosayk. He attracted venture capital funding from an NFL athlete, Torry Holt from the St. Louis Rams, and sold his products in London, Japan, and the US. He later made an exit from the apparel industry and went into technology as a Business Development Executive at a research company named Cazoodle where he brokered deals with companies such as, US Army and E-Bay. Since then he has consulted for the world’s largest bank; ICBC with assets of 4 Trillion headquartered in Beijing, China, Empresario a multi-media company previous asset of Mark Cuban, several startups, and Parkland College in Champaign, IL as an endowed adjunct professor in entrepreneurship. Mr. Lee has been featured in over 30 publications and has been recognized as Central Illinois Business Magazines 40 under 40, University of Illinois Innovation Celebration awardee, and Mistrial Alliance awardee. He holds an MBA from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and a certification in agile project management from Northwestern University.