Students for Intellectual Property
Caleb Carr is the President of Students for Intellectual Property a non-profit from the United States that focuses on giving student innovators a voice in their local, state, and federal governments. Originally from New Zealand, he became an entrepreneur early by creating his own defense company at the age of 18. Now, he continues to serve as the President of both Students for Intellectual Property and The Ideation Foundation where he works to advocate and inspire student innovators all over the world. Caleb was a 2016 finalist for the Startup Nations Award for Groundbreaking Policy Thinking.