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Alvarez, Linda ’21
LEVELLE is a sports nutrition products company tailored to female endurance athletes – we aim to bring new meaning to the phrase “run like a girl.”
Angelos, Julia ’22
Boyd’s Antiques is an online platform connecting authenticators and appraisers with individuals hoping to value (and sometimes sell) their merchandise.
Bartell, Cathy ’90
Creating a company with the motto: “If you are going to live your best life, you have to live your best life at the end too.”
Carlton, Sonny ’21
Making healthcare more accessible for LGBTQ individuals.
Catalan, Viktoria ’22
Creating a health literacy platform that directly connects type-2 diabetic patients to both their private health insurers and physicians, with the goal of digitalizing behavior/lifestyle modification consultations and improving medical cost transparency.
Di Frances, Vanessa ’22
Creating a platform for women and minority owned technology founders (late-stage) that provides a network and investment opportunities for impact fund managers and institutional investors.
Galang, Anabella Maria ’23
The Steminist Movement, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to mitigating the STEM gender gap by providing free, undiluted STEM education to middle school girls.
Heung, Sharon ’25
Creating a toy that supports children of all abilities to learn how to identify, convey, and cope with their emotions.
Linevsky, Jacquelyn ’26
Creating terrestrial astronomy tours for hotels and cruise lines.
Loyst, Louise ’22
Working to bring Beyond Delicious GF Dessert to Grocery Stores.
Mohammed, Sabah ’21
Creating a connected care loop for women experiencing moderate-to-high risk pregnancy in their first and second trimester in medically underserved areas in the United States.
Schrauth, Stephanie ’21
LEVELLE provides endurance and energy without a side serving of agony. Because marathons are already hard enough.
Tan, Dora ’21
Creating an alternative to single-use plastic food packaging by exploring the potential to repurpose agricultural byproducts.
Urban, Emily ’24
Working on a technology that improves pathways for agriculture-derived, sustainable sourcing to help companies meet their scope 3 emissions targets.