Strong showing for Princeton on the Forbes 30 Under 30 List

Monday, Nov 19, 2018
by Wright Seneres

UPDATE: Apologies to late additions to this list, Nick Jain '21, co-founder of marketing agency JÜV Consulting (marketing & advertising) and former postdoctoral research associate Sally Nuamah, founder of HerStory: the TWII Foundation Girls Scholarship (education). 

A large number of Princeton entrepreneurs were named to the annual Forbes 30 Under 30 List, "a collection of bold risk-takers putting a new twist on the old tools of the trade," that was announced last week.

Princeton Entrepreneurship Council congratulates our 2019 winners, in alphabetical order:

  • Nader Al-Naji '13, co-founder of Intangible Labs, developers of price-stable cryptocurrency Basis (finance)
  • Jake Altman '11, co-founder of people management software company Lattice (enterprise technology)
  • Angelo Campus '16, founder of Princeton Alumni Entrepreneurs Fund portfolio company BoxPower and Keller Center eLab alum (social entrepreneurs)
  • Leah Cohen-Shohet '12, vice president of Symphony (finance)
  • Trevor Martin '11, co-founder of Mammoth Biosciences (healthcare)
  • Cameron Myhrvold '11, researcher at Broad Institute of Harvard-MIT (healthcare)
  • Bryton Shang '12, founder of Princeton Alumni Entrepreneurs Fund portfolio company Aquabyte (manufacturing & industry)
  • Amina Yamusah '13, co-founder of Bloc and Keller Center eLab alum (social entrepreneurs)

Al-Naji, one-time TigerTalks in the City panelist, was the featured nominee in the finance category, with this video profile:

Photo of Nader Al-Naji