Gib Reynolds is a serial entrepreneur with a passion for student entrepreneurship. During his undergraduate years he was involved with multiple startups and an active member of the Baylor Entrepreneurship Living and Learning Community. He also served as a Senior Analyst for the Baylor Angel Network, a student run, angel funded investment group with ties to the Hankamer School of Business. He then attended the Acton School of Business and earned an MBA in Entrepreneurship. Since moving back to Waco, he has started Urban Produce, a controlled environment agriculture company, and led the Accelerated Ventures Program at Baylor University. In addition to teaching, he currently serves as the Director of the New Venture Competition, Baylor’s annual business plan and elevator pitch competition. BBA Baylor University ’12; MBA Acton School of Business ’13.