Our team looks forward to working with you.
Madworks Founding Members
Anne Smith is in charge of developing and implementing the training curriculum. She identifies training partners and tracks the progress of companies as they go through the 10-week process. Anne is a co-founder and Director of the UW Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic. She previously served as General Counsel for Winterthur US Holdings and Promega Corporation. Anne also runs a small family business and served on boards of non-profits.
Terry Sivesind recruits and identifies outside mentors and investors who enhance the cohorts' experience. Terry is a co-founder in a series of local biotech firms, including PanVera, Mirus, Metabiologics, Renovar and Cellectar. He was also an early employee at Promega. Terry was a co-founder of Wisconsin Investment Partners and MERLIN Mentors and he currently serves on the boards of several companies.
Eric Englund is responsible for developing strategic partnerships that might be of resource to MBA participating companies. He also assists in marketing and business development throughout the Madison area. Eric is also the co-founder and Director of the UW Law and Entrepreneurship Clinic. Previously, he served as the President of WI Insurance Alliance, Executive Director of WI Society of Architects and as a partner in a Madison law firm. Eric owns and operates a local business.
Madworks Operations Managers
Louis Condon oversees the operations. He is responsible for planning and implementing a bootcamp on Lean Startup principles and helping develop the MWC curriculum. Louis is an attorney with experience working with startups, and currently works as Associate General Counsel and Partnership Manager for a non-profit that commercializes education products and services.
Eugene Kim manages the day to day operations and is responsible for facilitating classroom and community events. Eugene is also the program coordinator at the UW Law & Entrepreneur Clinic and advises early stage companies. He also helps with his family's businesses. Prior to moving to Madison, he co-founded a nonprofit organization and worked on projects at Microsoft (software licensing, XBOX, and Bing Maps).