Alina Morse is a first-year finance student in the Broad College of Business, pursuing a minor in entrepreneurship and innovation. She is a recipient of the Schaberg Entrepreneurship Scholarship and is part of the program’s second cohort of scholars within the Residential Business College. As the founder of ZolliCandy, the fastest-growing zero-sugar candy company in the United States, she continues to make her mark.
For as long as I can remember, I have been passionate about business and, more specifically, how it can impact the greater good globally. At age 4, my father read me the book “Rich Dad, Poor Dad,” by Robert Kiyosaki. This incredible piece of literature changed my perception of business by combining the ideas of innovation and philanthropy to influence change.