Andrea Belz is an author, nuclear physicist, business owner and an assistant professor at USC’s Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies who was just was named academic director of a master’s program in Entrepreneurship and Innovation that begins this fall at USC.
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times she talks about getting noticed, refining a vision, her heroes and this advice:
“There’s no substitute for knowing your stuff,” Belz said. “Pretending does not work in the long run. Whatever it is you are focused on. If it’s law, really know the law. Be diligent. You need to be driven to excel in that space.”
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