History and Mission
Dedicated to inspiring leadership in entrepreneurship, the Cronin Center for Enterprise (CCFE) resources are directed towards planning and funding educational forums and career development programs that will spur interest in business and other professional pursuits. Founded in 1997 and renamed as the Michael F. Cronin Center for Enterprise on October 20, 2007 to honor the contributions of one of HSA's greatest disciples, CCFE is the ultimate platform for talented and creative Harvard students to realize their entrepreneurial ambitions.
Through its various leadership programs, CCFE also connects recruiters, companies, and professional schools with innovative and passionate Harvard students. Whether you’re an established firm looking to connect with students or an undergraduate thinking about running a startup on campus, CCFE is your one-stop resource for all that is entrepreneurial.
Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Cyrus is a sophomore living in Dunster House. He plans on concentrating in Applied Mathematics with a focus in computer science. Outside of HSA, Cyrus is on the board of Harvard's South Asian Association and plays the saxophone in the Sunday Jazz Band.