Three Dartmouth Grads on Forbes' 2016 "30 Under 30"

Forbes released their fifth annual list of 30 game-changing young entrepreneurs and stars under 30. Based on peer-submitted recommendations, Forbes compiled 30 individuals across 20 sectors, highlighting men and women who are at the forefront of their field.

There are some national names many of us will recognize: NBA champ Stephen Curry, Star Wars: The Force Awakens leading man John Boyega, plus-sized supermodel Ashley Graham, Canadian crooner Shawn Mendes and YouTube gamer "CaptainSparklez" (Jordan Maron). Being added to this list for those outside of Dartmouth to be inspired by while the rest of us alums just smile, nod, say "I know, I know" and feel proud to know them.

Congratulations to the hard work of  Christine Souffrant, Founder of Vendedy

A daughter of Haitian street merchants, Christine Souffrant built Vendedy - a  mobile network directly linking tourists and local vendors. Souffrant visited over 35 countries to interview local vendors, learning how third party buyers exploited them into a cycle of poverty. valued at $2 million pre-revenue. Vendedy is digitizing the black market economy.

A daughter of Haitian street merchants, Christine Souffrant built Vendedy - a  mobile network directly linking tourists and local vendors. Souffrant visited over 35 countries to interview local vendors, learning how third party buyers exploited them into a cycle of poverty. valued at $2 million pre-revenue. Vendedy is digitizing the black market economy.

Rembert Browne, Writer-At-Large for NYMag,

Browne made a name for himself at the highly popular, now-defunct website Grantland where he did everything from reporting on the ground in Ferguson, to interviewing President Obama on Air Force One, to covering pop culture. His recent leap to New York magazine promises to be just as diverse.

Browne made a name for himself at the highly popular, now-defunct website Grantland where he did everything from reporting on the ground in Ferguson, to interviewing President Obama on Air Force One, to covering pop culture. His recent leap to New York magazine promises to be just as diverse.

and Reyad Allie , "Security Professional" for Uber

Ride-hailing service Uber is starting to take security very seriously after a data breach leaked personal information of 50,000 of its drivers. The company - which is in the process of raising another $2 billion at a $68 billion valuation - is now putting loads of money into toughening up its security, and hired Reyad Allie as part of that effort. Allie comes to Uber from security analyst positions at Google and Fidelity Investments.

Ride-hailing service Uber is starting to take security very seriously after a data breach leaked personal information of 50,000 of its drivers. The company - which is in the process of raising another $2 billion at a $68 billion valuation - is now putting loads of money into toughening up its security, and hired Reyad Allie as part of that effort. Allie comes to Uber from security analyst positions at Google and Fidelity Investments.

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