Chris Scotti has over two decades dedicated to commercialization and entrepreneurship, contributing to Texas A&M’s innovation efforts. He has managed the Aggie Angel Network and founded several startups. Chris’s work emphasizes relationship-building and strategic partnerships, evident in his acting as a subject matter expert for entrepreneurial capstones in the executive MBA program and 10-year leadership of the Texas A&M New Ventures Competition (TNVC). He collaborates with entrepreneurial support organizations, mentors emerging ventures, and is actively engaged with the Deshpande Foundation and the Texas Entrepreneurship Exchange for Energy (TEX-E). These efforts align with Texas A&M Innovation’s mission to promote entrepreneurial commercialization.