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Institute Leadership

The Each 1 Teach 1 Entrepreneursip Institute is administered through a unique partnership among the E. Craig Wall Sr. College of Business Administration, the William L. Spadoni College of Education and Conway High School. The institute is led by Yoav Wachsman, Director of International & Special Projects in the Wall College of Business, who trains the scholars, organizes the summer programs and helps raise funds for the Institute. Zan Wiggins, Director of the Biddle Center for Teaching, Learning & Community Engagement in the Spadoni College of Education, manages the college preparation seminars and supports fundraising activities. Tanika McKissick, Assistant Principal at Conway High School, and Claudine Schofield, Career Coordinator at Conway High School, recruit students and coordinate the mentoring program during the school year.

 

 

Yoav Wachsman, Ph.D.

Yoav Wachsman is an Associate Professor of Economics and the Director of International & Speical Projects at the E. Craig Wall Sr. College of Business Administration at Coastal Carolina University. He received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2003. Prior to working at Coastal, Wachsman worked as a research assistant on the Hawaii Health Coverage for All Project and as an industrial economist for the National Marine Fisheries Service. His main areas of specialization are natural resource economics and economics of tourism. 

 

Zan Wiggins 

Zan Wiggins is the interim Director of the Biddle Center for Teaching, Learning and Community Engagement in the Spadoni College of Education at Coastal Carolina University. Wiggins received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Public Administration degrees from Clemson University. Prior to working with the Biddle Center, he served as director of orientation and associate director of admissions at Coastal, associate director of admissions at UNC-Pembroke, and as senior market manager for Bright Futures Learning Inc., a private education provider. He serves on the Board of Directors for RALI (Rural Area Leadership Initiative)-Marion and volunteers for various fundraising events.