As a founding member of Hofstra University Start-Ups in 2012 and as a former President of the club, Max is thrilled to be back supporting the Hofstra Entrepreneurship community. While at Hofstra, Max walked on to the golf team but left after a couple seasons to pursue his business drive. He completed 6 internships at various investment funds and start-up accelerators. After a brief stint helping middle stage companies raise capital as an investment banker he founded Hell’s Creative, a boutique growth agency in Hell’s Kitchen, NYC. He currently serves as a partner at the firm helping start-ups and small businesses grow their sales.
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Robyn M. Herman is a corporate and securities attorney at the Manhattan-based firm of Hunter Taubman Fischer and Li and co-chair of the Israel Practice Group. She regularly represents startups and small businesses throughout the launch and growth phases through their exits.
In addition to her role in leading HTFL’s Israel practice group, Robyn spearheaded the launch of the firm’s Long Island office, where she brings HTFL’s deep expertise in small-cap securities and cross-border corporate transactions to Long Island-based companies. Robyn is also an entrepreneur and currently serves as co-founder of a healthcare technology startup called ER Biometrics, where her role is both managing the company direction and operations as well as funding and corporate legal matters.
Robyn’s extracurricular activities include serving as Treasurer of the Jewish Lawyer’s Association of Nassau County as well as mentorship of young entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship students through Hofstra University. Having a strong background in both law and entrepreneurship enables Robyn to bring a comprehensive, well-informed perspective from both a business and legal viewpoint both when representing clients and mentoring.