Each year, the Forbes 30 Under 30 lists select the brightest young tastemakers and game changers from across 20 industries, including consumer technology, healthcare, finance, and science. This year, Forbes recognized three Dartmouth alumni whose work is an exemplar of accomplishment and the Dartmouth spirit.
Charlie Friedland ’10 is an investing partner at Geodesic Capital. Working with companies like AirBnB, Uber, InVision, and others, he helps US companies expand their business into Asian markets. Before beginning his career in investing, he was a professional snowboarder.
Molly Grear ’11 Th’12 designs underwater turbines that are specifically designed not to harm marine life. A PhD candidate at the University of Washington, she’s making renewable energy safer for seals, porpoises, and whales by researching marine mammal biomechanics.
Sourav Sinha ’12 is co-founder of Oncolinx. By developing antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs), he aims at avoiding many of the side effects associated with traditional forms of chemotherapy. Working with pharmaceutical companies, academic groups, and startups, Sinha aims to enter clinical trials in 2018.
Give a rouse for this inspiring group of young alumni!