“Our daughter will build confidence, strength, strategy and skill that help her find a hero in herself and be encouraged to become a future leader."

— Surabhi's mother, 2020 & 2021 FABcamp student

“How well they presented their projects and the depth in which they went to explain their creative process not only in representing the brands, but also the personal meaning and message the students were putting across”

— Mike Le Gallic, Chip Ganassi Racing

"Loxley is amazing to be doing all this for these young women and I am so honored to be a small part of helping share and expand their ideas about what possibilities await them in life..."

- Tegan Hammond

"FABcamp gives her exposure to technology, particularly automobiles which is used in our daily lives

— Tanisi's mother, FABcamp 2020 + 2021

"Getting to learn about the real world is helping me build my future in it! "

— Tanisi, Student Advisory Board

"Haley loves to tackle new challenges and immerses herself in technical projects. Athena Racing offers unique opportunities to expand Haley’s mechanical engineering experience. I think she will be a valuable asset to the team."

— Haley's mother, 2020 FABcamp Parent

“I have been able to grow as a confident speaker and meet many amazing leaders!”

— Akshaya, Student Advisory Board President 2022-23

"I have become more confident and better prepared for the future!"

— Mihika, Student Advisory Board

“I feel confident and supported by such an amazing group of strong individuals within Athena Racing!”

— Heleina, Student Advisory Board President 2021-22

“FABcamp allows her to learn more about the STEM field and more career paths as she heads toward college, but it keeps her busy and interested daily!”

— Megan's mother, 2020 FABcamp Parent


Develop Your Skills In Project Management




Alright look:

There isn’t anything special about Chris that isn’t also special about you–he just made more mistakes and learned more lessons earlier than you did.

He completed a Master’s degree in engineering a long time ago, and immediately went to work for a start up company that failed six months after he got there. Shortly after, he went to work for a larger company that did not fail, and instead learned to develop and launch products at a dizzying rate that led to a lot of success, but also a lot of burnout.

He took some time off, moved to Europe, became a consultant, and then helped found another start up, using the lessons he learned before. That one was successful, and exited in 2007.

Chris took the rest of that year off because he was tired.

Then he joined another massive company and learned how to run teams spread across multiple continents, time zones, languages, and styles of breakfast. After that, he tried another start-up that… didn’t go great. He went to an innovation think tank after that, learned some more by working with what are now household names (you’re welcome, Elon) and then joined a tiny backwater division of another big company.

He turned that backwater in to an engineering powerhouse and it went so well that they spun that company off and after that, Chris became a consultant.

Now he teaches individuals and companies how to be successful in a much straighter line than he learned the same lessons in.

He also somehow got an MBA at some point, but he doesn’t like to talk about it.