Luisa Santos graduated from Georgetown University’s College in 2014 with a degree in Political Economy and a minor in Education, Inquiry, and Justice. During the summer between her junior and senior year Luisa learned about the process of making ice cream using liquid nitrogen. In the midst of writing cover letters for highly coveted consulting jobs during the fall of her senior year, she would find herself procrastinating by researching more about the process of making ice cream out of liquid nitrogen. Always having a business bug, as well as an inclination to start her own business, Santos began to think that maybe this fascination with liquid nitrogen was not just a fleeting interest.After an early morning car ride in a zip car and 3 hours later, Santos successfully picked up her first tank of liquid nitrogen before her morning class and was on her way to making her first batch in her townhouse on 37th and O St. The ice cream was an instant hit. With the help of many Georgetown mentors, Luisa drafted a business pitch. Lulu’s started to participate in farmers’ markets in the DMV area and gained popularity as an exciting twist on catered desserts. Luisa moved to Miami to open Lulu’s first ice cream shop but the farmers’ markets and catering arm continue to grow in DC.