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Published on May 31, 2017
Silicon Valley and celebrities Jennifer Garner, Chad Pennington, and Brad D. Smith traveled to Marshall University during Intuit’s “Innovating for Impact” challenge April 26. Seven teams of Marshall’s most forward-thinking scholars presented innovative solutions to three challenges facing West Virginia today: education for youth, substance abuse, and bringing technology to West Virginia. The ideas were judged by a panel of celebrity coaches—actress, producer and philanthropist Jennifer Garner (Board of Trustees for Save the Children), Marshall and NFL football legend Chad Pennington (Founder of 1st and 10 Foundation), and Intuit CEO and Marshall alumnus Brad D. Smith. Combining the fresh perspective and knowledge of students with the support of Intuit and big names in the world of philanthropy, Marshall University takes the lead on impacting social issues in the Mountain State and beyond.