The Andrew McCollum speeches focus on the importance of academics and achieving the “American Dream.” McCollum is the co-founder of Facebook, and the developer of Wirehog, which is a file-sharing application. He graduated from Harvard University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Computer Science Degree.
While attending the University he participated in the ‘31st Association for Computing Machinery International Collegiate Programming Contest’ in Tokyo with his colleagues, and came in second place. McCollum is also the co-founder of JobSpice, which is an online resume tool, and is currently an entrepreneur in residence for the New Enterprise Associates and Flybridge Capital Partners. The Andrew McCollum speeches divulge into the young entrepreneurs experiences, and what he believes are the necessary ingredients to achieving success.