Forbes recently announced its annual ’30 Under 30′ list of young entrepreneurs and there’s a reason for Indians to cheer this time.
This year, out of 600 young entrepreneurs, there are nine Indian origin women who are making us proud with their accomplishments.
Let’s take a look at these inspiring women.
29-year-old Divya is an Investment Analyst at Viking Global Investors. Prior to this, she worked at Goldman Sachs and also co-managed Harvard Business School’s Alpha Fund while doing her MBA.
25-year-old Karishma is the youngest hire at Alphabet’s Google X’s Moonshot Factory. She’s their Rapid Evaluation Program Manager.
The 27-year-old joined Citigroup two years ago, and is now a Vice President at the American multinational investment banking and financial services corporation.
The 27-year-old comedian and writer is a YouTube sensation, and is better known as Superwoman on the Internet.
This 28-year-old is a freelance writer and game-maker. She is known for writing the very popular 80 Days game.
28-year-old Anisha has fought and continues to fight for the rights of Sikhs and Muslims in America. She won the historic case against US Army requiring religious accommodation on behalf of a 19-year-old Sikh who’d been rejected from ROTC programs.
27-year-old Nisha is the social media and community expert at MSNBC.
28-year-old Sampriti is an MIT graduate. She founded Hydroswarm, and developed underwater drones that can look for lost planes and measure radiation under the sea.
29-year-old Mugdha is a PhD candidate and drug safety researcher. She also has a bachelor’s degree in Indian classical music.