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Women in STEM/Health creating more impact and fulfilment - we make it happen!

What is FL2F?

From Lab 2 Fulfillment (FL2F) is a purpose-driven program that teaches women in science, engineering, technology, math (STEM), and Health how to transform your ideas into products and companies. Learn in small interactive sessions alongside one-on-one coaching to ideate and pivot your idea into a business. You will learn how to overcome hurdles, find supporters, and build your own strategic plan and alliances.

Within 3 Weeks You Will Learn

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Implicit Bias

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Running A Start-Up

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Pitching Your Idea & Getting It Funded

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How to Deal With Setbacks & Conflicts

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Competitive Advantage


Entrepreneurial Realities


Resilience & Paths to Success


Protecting Your Intellectual Property


Creative Problem Solving

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Market & Customer Development

We thrive on cultivating the skills women need to start their own businesses.

Check out some of what our past participants have to say!

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Dr. Elise Fear, Biomedical Engineering, Founder of Waveview Imaging

"The opportunity to better understand entrepreneurship and become familiar with key tools was extremely valuable. Orly presented the processes involved in entrepreneurship and the tools that she has found useful in a logical and concise way. The framework that she discussed changed my thinking about how to approach new ventures, especially customer development strategies and the idea of a minimum viable product. The framework is also very useful for developing grant proposals and negotiating new research and development partnerships with industry. I also appreciated the fact that the workshop acknowledged our multiple roles and allowed us to identify the strengths that are associated with these experiences."

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Dr. Laura Curiel, Engineering, Vice President Strategic Development for NovusTx Device

"I came to the FL2F workshop expecting to get some information about entrepreneurship and maybe some tips on where to get started, and what I got was so much more! I acquired skills, built confidence, and learned so much. The workshop not only helped me get started, but it also provided me with tangible tools and a roadmap that I know how to use to get my venture started. It is the most valuable professional development experience I have had in a long time."

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Dr. Orit Shefi, Nanotechnology, Co-Founder of Re:pair

"I wholeheartedly recommend the FL2F workshop. It was a one-of-a-kind experience from which I left feeling empowered. The workshop consists of a mix of group sessions led by Orly, guest speakers, and one-on-one sessions, with the goal of helping each researcher bring their own idea to market."

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Dr. Carmit Hazay, Cryptography, Founder of Ligero

"The workshop has been professionally delivered while exposing the participants to a variety of interesting tools, which I believe are also useful in daily research. Fulfillment is not just about opening a new start-up, and in that sense, the workshop is an important channel for transferring knowledge regarding handling different functions outside academia."

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Dr. Elena Di Martino, Civil Engineering, Co-Founder & CSO of ViTAA Medical Solutions

"For me, the most important thing is to reflect on my role. I've been actively writing patents and getting my creative juices flowing. I had a patent, of course, to start with, but now we wrote another four! That to me has been the most rewarding part of it. The most important thing for me was to understand what I wanted to do."

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Dr. Belinda Heyne, Biochemistry, Founder of hnu Materials Inc.

"The workshop helped me realize the full potential of my innovation. It taught me valuable tips that are applicable for commercialization and also my everyday life. I wanted to thank you very much [Orly] for the workshop."

Do you want to take the lead and be in charge of your success and contribution?