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Lulu eGames LIVE
April 20 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm| Free
Lulu eGames LIVE
Join us for the Lulu eGames LIVE - a showcase of NC State entrepreneurship and innovation.
Thursday, April 20 from 6 – 8 PM
Stewart Theatre on the 2nd floor of Talley Student Union
NC State University
For two months, NC State entrepreneurs have been developing their startups for a chance to win $100,000 across six categories of competition. What startups will be launched with this cash investment? Find out during the Lulu eGames LIVE on Thursday, April 20 at 6 pm.
- Awards Ceremony: We’re giving away $100,000 in cash prizes! Hear from winning teams and vote for your favorite in the “Audience Choice Award!”
- Entrepreneurs Expo: See all the finalists at the Entrepreneurs Expo! Who can you expect to see at the expo? See all the finalists teams here.
- Networking Reception: Network with NC State entrepreneurs and members of the Triangle area entrepreneurship community.
Renee Chou, WRAL News
Renee Chou is a three-time, Emmy-award winning anchor/reporter for WRAL-TV News. She joined WRAL in October 2004 as a general assignment reporter. Through the years, she served as the weekend morning anchor and weekend evening anchor. In March of 2014, Renee was promoted to weekday morning anchor, bringing viewers the news from 4:30 to 7 a.m. on WRAL and 7 to 9 a.m. on Fox50.
Renee won a Regional Emmy for General Assignment Reporting in 2016. Her coverage of Hurricane Sandy earned her a Regional Emmy in 2014, as well as the distinction of “Best Weather Reporting” from the NC Associated Press Broadcast Awards. She also won an Emmy in 2013 for her work on the Kathy Taft murder trial. Her reports have also garnered awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas; Iowa Associated Press Broadcasters Association; and Missouri Broadcasters Association.
Prior to WRAL, she worked as an anchor/reporter for KCRG-TV in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and KOMU-TV in Columbia, Missouri. Renee earned her broadcast journalism degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She’s a founding member and past president of the North Carolina chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association. She served on the Wake County Community Foundation Board for 3 years and was active in Junior League of Raleigh for 4 years. Her current volunteer work involves making a number of community appearances throughout the year—from emceeing fundraisers and special events, to encouraging students to consider journalism as a career.
Originally from Michigan, Renee is happy to call North Carolina home with her husband, Mike, and daughter Elsa, who is 2.