Share Your Ideas and Experiences with Other Entrepreneurs The John J. Sullivan Chair for Free Enterprise (Sullivan Chair) was established in 1977 through a generous donation by local businessman John J. Sullivan, 1915 Regis alumnus, and former chairman of Bosworth, Sullivan and Co., investment firm. The purpose of the endowment is to "perpetuate the concept and practice of free enterprise. . . and instill in our leaders a highly developed sense of responsibility for the future of the free market system in our complex and ever changing world." Programs are designed to educate and create entrepreneurial opportunities for Regis University students and the Colorado business community at large — to help them realize their potential as well as make their communities better. About Us The Sullivan Chair sponsors programs that offer learning opportunities in business. Entrepreneur Club A student-operated business that holds events and competitions and facilitates hands-on learning. Coaching Coffees This is a chance to discuss your ideas with experienced business owners. Resources Thought leadership resources that are relevant to the Sullivan Chair and its programs. Events Learn about upcoming events and catch up on ones you may have missed.