About Lepage Center
The Albert Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation develops and coordinates the Freeman School’s offerings in entrepreneurship, including coursework, academic research and student programing. The Center, which oversees the Tulane Family Business Center and Levy-Rosenblum Institute for Entrepreneurship, as well as the Tulane Business Model Competition has a strong focus on community outreach, designing and delivering programs that support the region’s entrepreneurial ecosystem and addressing unmet business needs in New Orleans and the Gulf South.
The center was established in April 2015 through a generous donation from Albert Lepage (MBA ’71). The center celebrates and recognizes entrepreneurship in all its forms, from social enterprises, to technology ventures, to high growth innovators. The Lepage regular programming includes the following initiatives: