Graduate Wears Many Hats as Co-Founding father of Beauty Firm

Graduate Wears Many Hats as Co-Founding father of Beauty Firm

As a co-founder and majority proprietor of Dynamic Mixing, a contract beauty manufacturing firm in Winery, Utah, Jordan Erskine tackles a variety of duties. 

headshot of Jordan Erskine
Jordan Erskine
Co-Founder/Principal, Dynamic Mixing. Courtesy photograph

On a typical day, he visits the varied departments, rising out the in-house advertising and marketing department, troubleshooting a method within the lab, or determining the right way to incorporate extra robotics on the meeting line.

“I’m form of all over,” says Erskine, a 2013 MBA graduate of Northeastern. “I nonetheless put on many hats.”

However lots of the foundations that gave him the arrogance to department out and begin his firm in 2015 had been put in place by Northeastern College. 

Erskine accomplished the net MBA program throughout nights and weekends as he continued working at a producing firm that produced toothpaste. He additionally participated within the worldwide journey with many colleagues from Boston in China. As well as, he met professors and college students for a 10-day journey. 

Erskine visited Boston for the primary time throughout commencement. 

“It was precisely what I used to be in search of when it comes to an MBA program that I might do whereas working full-time and attempting to propel my profession,” Erskine says. 

On the time, Utah universities solely supplied in-person or full-time MBA packages. After listening to about Northeastern by a household connection, it turned his first faculty selection. 

The programs allowed him to take a better take a look at your complete course of behind magnificence, cosmetics and skincare, from analysis and growth to beauty chemistry. 

He’s now a part of the McCarthy Enterprise Mentor Community, a university-wide useful resource obtainable to Northeastern college students, college and alumni. The community goals to pair Northeastern entrepreneurs with high-quality, skilled mentors who may help tackle enterprise challenges and make ventures extra profitable. 

Erskine is one in all almost 400 mentors who volunteer to share their trade and entrepreneurship experience, in keeping with Wendy Eaton, the affiliate director of the community. The community serves about 150 to 200 ventures a 12 months. 

Final 12 months, Erskine participated in a producing panel dialogue introduced by the Enterprise Mentor Community on-line.