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HBA and MBA teams compete for Hult Prize

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  • Jan 27, 2014
HBA and MBA teams compete for Hult Prize

This March, teams from Ivey's HBA and MBA programs will pitch their best ideas to solve former U.S. President Bill Clinton’s Healthcare Challenge at the fifth annual Hult Prize competition.

Two Ivey teams were selected out of 10,000 applicants in 150 countries. Cynthia Liao, Ryan Collins-Swartz, Brent Anderson, Scott Villeneuve and Clarke Eaton are the candidates on Ivey’s HBA team; Jazmine Tong, Andrew Lee, Adam Ramm and Joe Fantozzi make up Ivey’s MBA team.

The competition takes place on March 7-8 in various cities around the world. The HBA team will head to Dubai, while the MBA team will be in Boston.

HBA Team (Cynthia Liao, Ryan Collins-Swartz, Brent Anderson, Scott Villeneuve and Clarke Eaton) pictured below:

Hult HBA Team Mosaic

The Hult Prize “identifies and launches social ventures that aim to solve the planet’s most-pressing challenges.” In 2014, Clinton selected a challenge which centres on the 250 million slum dwellers around the world who suffer from chronic diseases.