Ted Gonder is Co-founder and Executive Director of Moneythink, a non-profit student movement expanding economic opportunity for urban youth through peer-mentorship and financial education. Moneythink recruits, trains, and places college students as mentors in urban high school classrooms (in 17 campus communities nationwide) to run customized and relatable seminars focused on financial and entrepreneurial goal-setting. Ted is also an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the Department of Homeland Security, a novice martial artist, and a lover of puppies. He will graduate from the University of Chicago and begin full-time work on Moneythink in June 2012.
Announcing the first ever White House Student Film Festival.