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Carolynn DuncanCEO and Marathon Program Facilitator

Portland Ten

Carolynn  is the CEO and Marathon Program Facilitator for Portland Ten, an education company which runs and licenses financial literacy programs for high performance entrepreneurs & business leaders throughout the U.S. and Canada. Under Carolynn’s direction, Portland Ten alumni have generated more than $18MM in revenues and funding since 2009.

Prior to Portland Ten, Carolynn sourced deals for EPIC Ventures, a Salt Lake City-based venture capital firm, developed an entrepreneurial finance program and ran LivePitch events for FundingUniverse (now Lendio), assisted in launching the Eastern Idaho Entrepreneurial Center in partnership with BYU-Idaho and EPIC Ventures, founded the Hundred Dollar Business, was a founding employee of TagJungle, and worked at $3MM seed fund Provo Labs.

Prior to working in entrepreneurial finance, Carolynn worked as a communications specialist for DeseretBook, Granite Publishing & Distribution, Cedar Fort, Schooled Magazine, and Nomen Global Language Center. She has worked with at-risk youth through Utah Youth Village and the Casey Life Skills Program, volunteers as a "Big Sister" with Big Brothers, Big Sisters, is an advocate of Pathway, a distance learning program developed by BYU-Idaho, and has taught financial & employment literacy for young adults in the LDS Church.

Carolynn has a Bachelor’s in Modern Dance, Music (Violin), and English (Literature/Creative Writing) from Brigham Young University-Idaho, and is engaged in graduate work at Brigham Young University.