Sawyer Howitt: Entrepreneurs Don’t Have To Be Grownups

For some kids, their senior year in high school is all about enjoying prom and the last few months before college starts. For Sawyer Howitt, his senior year has been all about refining and growing his entrepreneurial goals. Sawyer Howitt is a Portland-based entrepreneur and racquetball player, and a project manager at The Meriwether Group, which provides finances and growth support for emerging startups. Previously, he was a Business Strategy Analyst with Meriwether, examining how RFID can be used to speed up the shopping checkout process.

Howitt has served as a director for several philanthropic organizations that are committed to developing a better world for women and minorities. He has also mentored at-risk teens, and completed several business and finance internships.

In the fall of this year, Howitt will begin his college career at Columbia University, with a major in Entrepreneurial Finance. He blogs regularly about racquetball at, and about sports and entrepreneurship on Twitter @sawyerhowitt.

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