Josuel Plasencia is a graduate of the Babson College Class of 2017 and co-founder of Project 99, a startup that helps companies engage their millennials through workforce development programs and events. Project 99’s current clients include SAP, MLT, Humano and MICDS. They have executed leadership programs for millennials in the United States, Chile, Mexico and the Dominican Republic. Project 99 is a member of the 2017 Babson Summer Venture program.
Josuel sits as a board member of the ALPFA National Board of Directors since 2016, where he leads all student-focused strategic initiatives at the board level. ALPFA is the largest Latino professional’s organization in the United States. Josuel is also a member of the Alumni Leadership Council of the National Academy Foundation, leading education non-profit founded by Sandy Weill.
With distinguished honors including a Poets and Quants Best and Brightest Undergraduate Student, Junior Achievement Student of the Year, Mentee of the Year in New York City, Schöpfungsbeitrag Pris award winner, and ALPFA Student of the Year, Josuel accredits his entrepreneurial experience as being instrumental in unlocking his potential.