Dr. Alisha Vincent loves to get things done. She’s a chronic entrepreneur who loves to take a problem, figure out a solution, and implement processes to make things happen. She has devoted most of that energy to building innovative nonprofit and educational programs over her 20+ year career, including a decade as a professor and administrator at Dakota Wesleyan University and several years working on community development and charitable initiatives in East Africa and across rural America. Since 2002, she's led, or co-led, processes to start ten for-profit and not-for-profit businesses, most of which continue to thrive today. Over the last 18 months, Dr. Vincent has engaged her brain and ambition as the co-founder and CEO of Easy Saturdays, a tech company that uses artificial intelligence to match people with great places to relocate or travel to based on their personal preferences, and then gives them important resources they need to get there. The company's manifesto is to make every day feel like an Easy Saturday for those they serve. When not educating or entrepreneuring, Alisha can be found drinking coffee, trail running, and cheering on her family (who are athletes, artists, and entrepreneurs themselves). Her drive and work ethic emerged from her life as a farm kid in Ola, South Dakota and she is proud to infuse those life lessons into all things she does today. Dr. Vincent earned an undergraduate degree from Black Hills State University, A Masters Degree from Walden University, and her Doctorate from the University of South Dakota.