This group of young leaders share their journey through entrepreneurship
In high school, Jenny co-founded Helisa, a medtech startup, that helped to streamline the proccess of health documentation. Jenny has also taken on Product Manager roles at REX, as well as Hong Kong based Prive Technologies.
Now, Jenny is pursuing a double major in Business Management and Computer Science, Data Science and Economics, at MIT.
In 2017 Alex co-founded Whimmly, a chatbot platform for eCommerce. It helped a Fortune 500 company acheive 3x higher user engagement than the industry average with patent-pending NLP models.
He also built Open Mind to combat online misinformation and presented to NPR, Fox and CTV, Capitol Hill, Facebook, and Department of State
Alex authored the first accredited ML high school course in Canada, and is also an ex Uber ATG and Facebook ML intern.
Ukranian native who is now studying at Duke Kunshan University near Shanghai, China, Bo is the definition of international leadership. He has founded organizations like Avanti3d and MakeLabs. Through these organizations, he has helped develop 3D printing prosthetics for children in need, organized the first-ever Major League Hacking hackathon in Ukraine and more.
Jose Luis Sabau Fernandez,
Jose is a Stanford student with a passion for doing good.
In high school, frustrated by the lack of access to reliable local news in his Cozumel, Jose founded his own newspaper, Oddin Noticias. By the end of his high school career, Jose grew it to become one of the largest Facebook news companies in the region.
Alexandra Roumeliotis has had a passion for technology since high school, when she created an application to diagnose her grandfather's rare brain disorder. Alexandra is also passionate about inspiring girls in technology, and runs a nonprofit called The Coding League that works to provide resources to middle-school aged youth. Currently, Alexandra is working on a venture that helps connect small businesses with college social media ambassadors.
Nikil Ragav is a lifelong inventor and entrepreneur, and founder of InventXYZ. Through InventXYZ, Nikil is helping to bring inventor spaces to schools across the USA. He founded the company while he was still a high school student, and was able to impact numerous students through it. Nikil is also the winner of University of Pennsylvania's prestigious President’s Innovation Prize, awarding InventXYZ with $100,000.
In high school, Katherine founded GitCon and ran the first ever annual Girls in Tech Conference, attracting hundreds of bright young students.
Katherine also founded and ran the Product Initiative, a national incubator that pairs business and technical students to work on impactful tech products.
Her stealth startup, Aphea, has been accepted into HubSpot // Greylock Ventures ELEVATE Accelerator.
Thomas is a sophomore at Princeton University and co-founder of SureLight Tech, makers of the safest bike lights. SureLight Tech sells its products worldwide and won the international JA Europe entrepreneurship competition out of over 340,000 students. Our latest bike light launches on Kickstarter on September 21. It lights up red if you slow down and flashes orange if cars get too close!