Office Hours Mentorship Program

Mentorship

The Office Hours Mentor Program allows you to meet one-on-one with subject matter experts to discuss the growth and planning of your business. From mentorship on branding and marketing your business to operations management, the program provides a wealth of resources for you to take advantage of. Access to this mentor program requires membership.

The Office Hours Mentor Program is best suited for independently-owned and -operated for-profit enterprises competing in a well-defined market.

Our Mentors

Lacey Collins

Lacey Collins

Operations, Projects, Processes, Billing, Staffing

Jessica Noel Ritchey

Jessica Noel Ritchey

Corporate Employee Benefits, Total Rewards, HR Function Support

Justin Courville

Justin Courville

Design, Digital Prototyping, Design for Regulatory Compliance

Wade Berzas

Wade Berzas

Organizational Growth Strategy, Team Health, Leadership Coaching, Sales Strategy and Coaching

Erica Dees

Erica Dees

Accounting Optics & Process Efficiencies

Jaci Russo

Jaci Russo

Branding, Marketing, Entrepreneurship

Jackie Marks Rollings

Jackie Marks Rollings

Employee Development & Training, Building & Motivating a Team, Employee Incentives & Engagement

Corey Jack

Corey Jack

Non-Profit Entity Formation and Registration/Board Governance and Organizational Structure

William Large

William Large

Legal

Interested in Our Mentor Programs?

Access to our mentor programs requires Opportunity Machine membership. Apply for membership below.

As a marketing professional I have utilized the OM to expand my network, learn new techniques, and mentor those around me who are looking to learn about marketing for their small business. The OM provides an opportunity for young entrepreneurs to hone their skills and grow their business.

Whitney Savoie
VP of Marketing at FlyGuys

Opportunity Machine is a critical partner in the Lafayette Innovation ecosystem. The startup company expertise and growth mindset in this organization makes Opportunity Machine an ideal partner when working to transition technology from research outcomes to commercial success.

Noah Bergeron
Associate Director of UL Lafayette Office of Innovation Management

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