Meet the Stanford GSB Alumni and the PhD Candidate Who Made Forbes’ New 30 Under 30 Lists

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Meet the Stanford GSB Alumni and the PhD Candidate Who Made Forbes’ New 30 Under 30 Lists

These professionals are shaking things up in healthcare, energy, finance, and social entrepreneurship.
February 16, 2018
Six recent Stanford GSB graduates and one current student made Forbes’ list of 30 Under 30 for 2018. | Elena Zhukova

Forbes just released its 30 Under 30 lists for the United States and Europe, two collections of rising stars within 20 major industries. Six recent MBA graduates and one PhD candidate rank among the 900 driven young people. Find out more about their work below.

Energy

Cassie Bowe, MBA ’17
Associate Vice President, Energy Impact Partners
30 Under 30 entry

Saheb Sabharwal, MBA ’16
Vice President, CSL Capital Management
30 Under 30 entry

Health Care

Trit Garg, MD/MBA ’17
Resident Physician, Stanford Health Care
30 Under 30 entry

Finance

Cyril Berdugo, MBA ’17
Cofounder, Landis
30 Under 30 entry

Wendy De La Rosa, PhD Candidate
Cofounder, Common Cents Lab
30 Under 30 entry

Saron Tesfalul, MBA ’16
Vice President, Bain Capital
30 Under 30 entry

Social Entrepreneur

Ashley Edwards, MBA ’16
Occupation; Co-founder, MindRight
30 Under 30 entry

Correction: This article was updated on February 16, 2018 to include the Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Europe list winner.

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