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2022 Forbes 30 under 30 provides a cause to be optimistic. The 600 young entrepreneurs, activists, scientists, and artists are featured in the 10th annual edition. Despite Covid19, some are bucking the odds and starting businesses; others are fighting the disease. Working on the front lines of hospitals, or collaborating with AI to seek new medications. Our under-30s pioneers have collectively raised over $1 billion in venture capital and are proof that cannot be in ambition and invention.
Devin Booker (25): Phoenix Suns shooting guard
Devin Booker had a 70-point game in 2017, but his best year came in 2021 when he led the Phoenix Suns to their first conference title in 28 years. For the second time in a row, Devin was named an AllStar. He was elected to the Olympic gold medal team in Tokyo.
Camille Buxeda (27): SLAM Media Director, WSLAM
Camille Buxeda launched WSLAM under the leadership of Slam Media in May 2019 to cover women’s basketball. From an artistic perspective and focus on the connection of the game with music and fashion to focus on culture and social justice.
Kimberly Chexnayder(25): NFL Media Host
Kimberly Chexnayder hosts or appears as a guest on various NFL Network programming and prime events. Such as the NFL Draft and Super Bowl. On Twitch, she also broadcasts two NFL shows.
Kendall Coyne Schofield (29), forward for the United States women’s ice hockey team
Kendall Coyne Schofield has two Olympic medals with the United States women’s ice hockey team. And she is to compete in the NHL 2019 All-Star Skill Contest for the first time.
Alphonso Davies (21): FC Bayern Munich left-back
Alphonso Davies, a versatile player for Bayern Munich and the Canadian national team, was mentioned in the 2022 Forbes 30 under 30. He was named best in the world in that position in a poll with other players.
Brad Fain (29) is the Vice President of Ticketing & Service for the Detroit Pistons
Brad Fain rose from his internship with the Southern Ohio Copperheads of the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League in 8 years. He then became vice president of the Detroit Pistons.
GRIND Interactive founder Thomas Fields (26)
Thomas Fields was a high school basketball player. Until a knee injury turned his attention to the shortage of accessible sporting equipment for low-income households.
Farzeen Ghorashy (28) – Director of Strategy and Finance, Overtime
Farzeen Ghorashy managed the growth of sports media firm Overtime from 25 to 250 workers and three rounds of investment totaling more than $140 million.
Heath Gould (29) – MedStar Union Memorial Hospital Surgical Resident
Heath Gould is a fourth-year orthopedic surgery resident who trains with physicians from the Baltimore and Washington professional teams.
He has produced more than 2022 Forbes 30 under 30 peer-reviewed textbook chapters.
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