Creating opportunity and building community through entrepreneurship education that is dynamic and inclusive.
“Entrepreneurship education is paving the way for young and diverse founders to change the way we look at business. It is so much more than just learning how to start a business - it’s about developing new skills, broadening your perspective, and learning to think outside the box. 3DS programs open doors for young entrepreneurs to begin their journey from where they are right now.”
Chandell was one of two nonprofit ventures selected for Y-Combinator (W21), completed the BES Fellowship in 2019, and has earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from North Carolina A&T State University as well as a Master’s in Educational Technology from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Through their commitment to excellence and entrepreneurship, Loveless strives to curate spaces that empower, educate, and elevate young people. From their role as the first Student Representative with Texas Book Festival to now, they continue to be a bridge-builder for young entrepreneurs seeking opportunity, community, and visibility in Central Texas and beyond.