2022 New Venture Competition Winners

 

Winners

 

Meet the NVC prize winners! These 12 teams collectively won $128,000 in cash prizes. 

Over 100 judges from all over the world have chosen the 2022 winners in the Tech, New, and Social Ventures tracks and awarded 10 other cash specialty prizes.

Congratulations to all the teams!

 

 

 

 

368

Total Participants Entered 

132

Total Teams Represented

$128K

Total Cash Awards Given

12

Teams Winning Cash Prizes


Meet the 2022 NVC Prize Winners

Rugged

Rugged Redemption: Tech Venture Track Winner - $27,500

Rugged Redemption is a prosthetic knee device meant for active transfemoral amputees, specifically Veterans. This device will allow users to run and walk for long distances and on uneven terrain. This will let these active people regain their lifestyle without having to manually change or adjust their knee.

Tech Venture Track Winner ($10,000), Best Medical Device Prize ($5,000), Best Veteran Prize ($5,000), and CirrusLabs Best Tech Prize ($7,500). 

Team: Sarah Malinowski (SEAS '23), Tanner Reinholtz

Watch the video here

Clebby's

Clebby's: New Venture Track Winner - $15,000

Clebby’s is a cannabis-infused baking mix brand launching into the legal cannabis market. Prolonged third-party testing timeframes for THC dosage and strength makes selling fresh-baked edibles in dispensaries impossible. Clebby’s eliminates testing latency by providing customers the ability to bake fresh, delicious, cannabis-infused products with dosage consistency at home.

New Venture Track Winner ($10,000) and Best Food and Beverage Venture ($5,000).

Team: Sabrina Clebnik (GWSB '22)

Watch the video here

Paths

Paths: Social Venture Track Winner - $20,000

Paths provides a convenient way for housing-voucher recipients to search for nearby homes with welcoming landlords. It follows the user’s movements alongside the local government housing database to present available housing options. Paths aims to reduce the rates of expired housing vouchers due to overcrowded existing marketplaces and landlord discrimination.

Social Venture Track Winner ($10,000), Best Women's Venture ($5,000), and Best MBSA Student Venture ($5,000). 

Team: Linda Mangera (SMHS '22), Yasmine Dessouky

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Other Award Winners

POP

POP!: $25,000

POP! (Power of the Purse) is a pop-up thrift store that has generated $12,000 in revenue by selling secondhand, fashionable and affordable clothing to GW students. We reduce textile waste by promoting a circular economy and hope to broaden our impact by scaling to DC universities by franchising POP!.

2nd Place Social Venture Prize ($5,000), Best Financials Prize ($10,000), Best Undergraduate Prize ($5,000), and Viewers Choice Award ($5,000). 

Team: Anna Shah (GWSB '24), Maya Levine (CCAS '23), Stephanie Cheung (CCAS '22), Rachel Cohen (CCAS '23)

LOPE

Lōpe Tree: $11,000

Once used in Ancient Egypt, Lōpe harnesses oil from the Desert Date tree in Northern Uganda to meet the growing global demand for efficacious, clean skincare, while establishing a new model which shares high-end retail profits with people who work on its supply chain and protects the forest.

3rd Place Social Venture Prize ($3,500), and Quinn Prize for Social and International Entrepreneurship ($7,500).

Team: Lauren Servin (GWSB '24) Ruth Dwyer (GWSB '23)

PIR

PIR Prevention Systems: $8,500

PIR Prevention Systems has designed a device that tracks patient movement using several cloth-attachable motion sensors that wirelessly transmit to a bedside monitor. The device alerts staff of patient immobility to prevent pressure injury formation in nursing homes with the goal of saving nursing homes money and preventing suffering.

3rd Place Tech Venture Prize ($3,500), and Best Medical Device Prize ($5,000). 

Team: Sam Smith (SMHS '25)

SurgCycle

SurgCycle: $5,000

SurgCycle introduces surgical metal and biohazard waste recycling solutions, revolutionizing the field of medical waste disposal as we know it. Using gasifier technology and a streamlined operational model, we aim to drastically cut the unnecessary wasteful nature of the healthcare industry, which accounts for 10% of the US's carbon emissions.

2nd  New Venture Prize ($5,000). 

Team: Ameen Khalil (SMHS '24)

CURRANT

Currant: $5,000

Currant is a platform that matches brands with influencers on TikTok to grow revenue, awareness and scale their business. Our platform is focused on finding brands the right influencer fit through a combination of quantitative and content analysis.

2nd Place Tech Venture Prize ($5,000). 

Team: Ashwath Narayanan (CCAS '22), Ellie Artone (ESUA '23), Vidyut Ghuwalewala, Jasmine McCarton

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ByLil: $3,500

ByLil Bikinis is redesigning the bikini world; by creating reversible and versatile pieces, ByLil offers bikini-wearers the chance to transform one bikini into several looks, for the price of one - it’s “just a lil’ you.” 

3rd Place New Venture Prize ($3,500).

Team: Lily Khosrowshahi (GWSB '22)

Asthguard

Asthguard: $2,500

Current interventions in the treatment of asthma focus primarily on the prevention of exacerbations and control of symptoms. Asthguard seeks to identify allergens shown to be involved in the development of childhood asthma in the home of expectant parents in order to prevent its onset.

4th Place New Venture Prize ($2,500). 

Team: Jordan Shock (SMHS '25), Jacob Diaz (SMHS '25), Johhny Davoodifard (SMHS '25), Grey Madison (SMHS '25), Arash Agharahmanian (SMHS '25). 

Narrative

Narrative: $2,500

Narrative is a peer-to-peer story non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace that enables individuals and organizations to mint audible historical moments, events, and ideas while monetizing them on the blockchain.

4th Place Tech Venture Prize ($2,500). 

Team: Trevor Doucet (GWSB '22), Olivia Wilcox (GWSB '22), Chelsea Sutch (GWSB '22).

PickMeUp

PickMeUp: $2,500

PickMeUp is a social venture that will shape college students’ lives for the better. Beginning with George Washington University, PickMeUp will be the leading mental health app on college campuses. PickMeUp will connect students with the mental health resources that they need as they navigate their transition to college life.

4th Place Social Venture Prize ($2,500).

Team: Katie Fernberg (CCAS '22), Krista Minas (CCAS '22), Hannah Froimson (SEAS '22)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 2022 NVC Finalists 

 

NVC Finalists

 

Meet the NVC Finalists. These 12 teams made it through a very competitive field to compete for the top awards. 

Judges from all over the world and across various industries have whittled down the field to the top 12. Tech, New, and Social Ventures are each represented by four teams, the best in their respective tracks.

 

 

 

 

Tech Venture Finalists


Currant

Currant

Currant is a platform that matches brands with influencers on TikTok to grow revenue, awareness and scale their business. Our platform is focused on finding brands the right influencer fit through a combination of quantitative and content analysis.

Team: Ashwath Narayanan (CCAS '22), Ellie Artone (ESUA '23), Vidyut Ghuwalewala, Jasmine McCarton

 

Watch the video here

Narrative

Narrative

Narrative is a peer-to-peer story non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace that enables individuals and organizations to mint audible historical moments, events, and ideas while monetizing them on the blockchain.

Team: Trevor Doucet (GWSB '22), Olivia Wilcox (GWSB ’22), Chelsea Sutch (GWSB ‘22)

 

 

 

 

Watch the video here

PIR

PIR Prevention Systems

We have designed a device that tracks patient movement using several cloth-attachable motion sensors that wirelessly transmit to a bedside monitor. The device alerts staff of patient immobility to prevent pressure injury formation in nursing homes with the goal of saving nursing homes money and preventing suffering.

Team: Sam Smith (SMHS '25)

 

Watch the video here

Rugged

Rugged Redemption

Rugged Redemption is a prosthetic knee device meant for active transfemoral amputees, specifically Veterans. This device will allow users to run and walk for long distances and on uneven terrain. This will let these active people regain their lifestyle without having to manually change or adjust their knee.

Team: Sarah Malinowski (SEAS '23), Tanner Reinholtz

 

Watch the video here

New Venture Finalists


Asthguard

Asthguard

Current interventions in the treatment of asthma focus primarily on the prevention of exacerbations and control of symptoms. Asthguard seeks to identify allergens shown to be involved in the development of childhood asthma in the home of expectant parents in order to prevent its onset.

Team: Jordan Shock (SMHS '25), Jacob Diaz (SMHS '25), Johhny Davoodifard (SMHS '25), Grey Madison (SMHS '25), Arash Agharahmanian (SMHS '25)

 

Watch the video here

ByLil

ByLil

ByLil Bikinis is redesigning the bikini world; by creating reversible and versatile pieces, ByLil offers bikini-wearers the chance to transform one bikini into several looks, for the price of one - it’s “just a lil’ you.”

Team: Lily Khosrowshahi (GWSB '22)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Clebbys

Clebby's

Clebby’s is a cannabis-infused baking mix brand launching into the legal cannabis market. Prolonged third-party testing timeframes for THC dosage and strength makes selling fresh-baked edibles in dispensaries impossible. Clebby’s eliminates testing latency by providing customers the ability to bake fresh, delicious, cannabis-infused products with dosage consistency at home.

Team: Sabrina Clebnik (GWSB '22)

 

 

Watch the video here

Surg

SurgCycle

SurgCycle introduces surgical metal and biohazard waste recycling solutions, revolutionizing the field of medical waste disposal as we know it. Using gasifier technology and a streamlined operational model, we aim to drastically cut the unnecessary wasteful nature of the healthcare industry, which accounts for 10% of the US's carbon emissions.

Team: Ameen Khalil (SMHS '24)

 

 

 

Watch the video here

Social Venture Finalists


Lope

Lōpe Tree

Once used in Ancient Egypt, Lōpe harnesses oil from the Desert Date tree in Northern Uganda to meet the growing global demand for efficacious, clean skincare, while establishing a new model which shares high-end retail profits with people who work on its supply chain and protects the forest.

Team: Lauren Servin (GWSB '24) Ruth Dwyer (GWSB '23)

 

 

 

 

Watch the video here

Paths

Paths

Paths provides a convenient way for housing-voucher recipients to search for nearby homes with welcoming landlords. It follows the user’s movements alongside the local government housing database to present available housing options. Paths aims to reduce the rates of expired housing vouchers due to overcrowded existing marketplaces and landlord discrimination.

Team: Linda Mangera (SMHS '22), Yasmine Dessouky

 

Watch the video here

PMU

PickMeUp

PickMeUp is a social venture that will shape college students’ lives for the better. Beginning with George Washington University, PickMeUp will be the leading mental health app on college campuses. PickMeUp will connect students with the mental health resources that they need as they navigate their transition to college life.

Team: Katie Fernberg (CCAS '22), Krista Minas (CCAS '22), Hannah Froimson (CCAS '22)

 

 

Watch the video here

POP

POP!

POP! (Power of the Purse) is a pop-up thrift store that has generated $12,000 in revenue by selling secondhand, fashionable and affordable clothing to GW students. We reduce textile waste by promoting a circular economy and hope to broaden our impact by scaling to DC universities by franchising POP!

Team: Anna Shah (GWSB '24), Maya Levine (CCAS '23), Stephanie Cheung (CCAS '22), Rachel Cohen (CCAS '23)

 

Watch the video here

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The 2022 NVC Semifinalists

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Congratulations to the 2022 NVC semifinalists. These teams have made it through a particularly competitive field this year to earn a place in the Top 36.

We are proud of the progress that each team has made and we are excited to see what the next round brings!

 

View the 2022 NVC Semifinalists below:

Meet the 2022 Semifinalist Teams


 

New Ventures

Asthguard: Jordan Shock (SMHS '25), Jacob Diaz (SMHS '25), Johhny Davoodifard (SMHS '25), Grey Madison (SMHS '25), Arash Agharahmanian (SMHS '25)

ByLil: Lily Khosrowshahi (GWSB '22)

Clebby's: Sabrina Clebnik (GWSB '22)

CREW Entertainment: Dayla Durandisse (GWSB '22)

Evelet: Austin Lai (GWSB '22), Josh Luberda (GWSB '22), Yue Fang (GWSB '22), Vicki Deng (GWSB '22), Lisia Hwang (GWSB '23)

Now/here: Ad Lane (GWSB '23), Edward Lane (GWSB '85)

SurgCycle: Ameen Khalil (SMHS '24)

The Social Case: Aryanna Lyons (GWSB '23), Jacob Dmitrovsky (GWSB '23), Ana Cerda (GWSB '24) 

U&Me: Mariam Zara (GWSB '22), Isabel Meizoso (GWSB '22), Michelle Rana (SEAS '23)

Wally's Plants (W.Plants): Wally Rashid (SMHS '24)

Wedding Wiz: Zoe Cross (GWSB ‘23), Alexis Schwarz (GWSB ‘22), Sasha Somuah (GWSB ‘22), Sarah Aljuaidi (GWSB ‘22), Jeremy Cross
Z~TastyBakery: Zahra Wahed (CCAS '22), Shiyan Kesser (CCAS '25)

 

Social Ventures

Cheerlax: Ethan Kerr (CCAS '25), Paloma Corrigan

Dripsy: Scott Whetsell (GWSB '22)

Eco-Paste: Jacob Hatcher (SEAS '23), Joe Gursky (GWSB '23), Jeremiah Nguyen (SEAS '25), Gillian Fuhrmeister (SEAS '25), Amanda Mcalphin (SEAS '25)

EMPACK: Becca Hammerman (CCAS '23), Liat Perlman (GWSB '24), Annia Ward (CCAS '23)

HydroGrow: Cade Adelman (SEAS '22), Bezawit Shimeles (SEAS '22), Madison Huszar (SEAS '22), Edward Idun

Lōpe Tree/ Desert Date Co.: Lauren Servin (GWSB '24) Ruth Dwyer (GWSB '23)

Love Your Vessel International, LLC: Martina Maya-Callen (Corcoran '23)

Paths: Linda Mangera (SMHS '22), Yasmine Dessouky

PB&J (Lead Detection and Joint Optical Analysis): Jason Teske (SEAS '22) Elliott Lipper (SEAS '22), Jill Paulson (GWSB ‘22)

PickMeUp: Katie Fernberg (CCAS '22), Krista Minas (CCAS '22), Hannah Froimson (CCAS '22)

POP!: Anna Shah (GWSB '24), Maya Levine (CCAS '23), Stephanie Cheung (CCAS '22), Rachel Cohen (CCAS '23)

The Accountability Group: Joshua Bostick (GWSB '23), Anshul Garg (GWSB '23), Eden Marcus (GWSB ‘23)

 

Tech Ventures

AMP: Asthma Management Program: Ashley Stevenson (SMHS '25), Daria Coffield (SMHS '25), Bennetta Clarke (SMHS '25), Laura Lewis (SMHS '25), Brielle Hentz (SMHS '25)

Currant: Ashwath Narayanan (CCAS '22)

empyre webs: Maximilian Stein (GWSB '22), Maria Attie (ESIA '23), Megan Chadha (GWSB '22), Ethan Cuccarese (GWSB '22), Jason Israilov

InvesTreble: Darya Vavilava (GWSB '22), Jinny Hyejin Ryu (GWSB '22), Katherine Turkiewicz (CCAS '22), Lingyun Yang (CCAS '22), Roxana Kaplan (GWSB '24)

NanoXR: Sean Letavish (SEAS '22), Natalie Dow (CCAS '22), VIctoria Ravel (SEAS '23), Claudio Sebastian Ecudero (GWSB '22)

Narrative: Trevor Doucet (GWSB '22), Ruixin Huang (GWSB ’22), Luke Stephen (GWSB ’22), Olivia Wilcox (GWSB ’22), Chelsea Sutch (GWSB ‘22)

PIR Prevention Systems: Sam Smith (SMHS '25)

Rising Tides Research Group: Richard Nelson (CCAS ’20), Amber Mirza (CCAS '22), Michael Mirsky (CCAS ‘22), Liam Durant, Scott Einsidler

Rugged Redemption: Sarah Malinowski (SEAS '23), Tanner Reinholtz

Two Down Defender: Gaby DeAndrade (GWSB '23)

Vantage Rehabilitation: Carole Purwanto (GWSB '22), Armecia Rowe (GWSB ’22), Zena Jackson (GWSB ‘22)

Walk Free: Scott Downen (SEAS '22)

 


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Thank you to all who applied to the 2022 GW New Venture Competition and congratulations to the top 100 teams.

View the 2022 NVC Top 100 below:

Meet the 2022 Top 100 Teams


 

 

AA&D: Dimitri Bien-Aime (GWSB '22), Abdulai Karama (ESIA '21), Adams Tarfa (ESIA '21)

AI-for-Equality: Farhana Faruqe (GSEHD '23), Larry Medsker (GSEHD Faculty), Farhina Raka

AMP: Asthma Management Program: Ashley Stevenson (SMHS '25), Daria Coffield (SMHS '25), Bennetta Clarke (SMHS '25), Laura Lewis (SMHS '25), Brielle Hentz (SMHS '25)

AR.GO: Collin Cadet (CCAS '22), Kyle Lyon (GWSB '22), Skye Blanks (GWSB '23), Vedant Shrivastava (SEAS '21)

Asthguard: Jordan Shock (SMHS '25), Jacob Diaz (SMHS '25), Johhny Davoodifard (SMHS '25), Grey Madison (SMHS '25), Arash Agharahmanian (SMHS '25)

Asthma Heroes of DC: Victoria Biancavilla (SMHS '25)

AutoInhale: Matt Akiska (SMHS '25), Andrew Carro (SMHS '25), Elton Veseli (SMHS '25), Katherine Kopatsis (SMHS '25), Esin Namoglu (SMHS '25)

Avail: Armon Panahi (SMHS '23), Murwarit Rahimi (SMHS '23)

Barbairr: Bünyamin Kartal (GWSB '22), Luka Martinovic (SEAS '24)

ByLil: Lily Khosrowshahi (GWSB '22)

Campus Network: Tyller Zhou (SEAS '22), Lisia Hwang (GWSB '23)

CapEd: Kayla Albano (GWSB '22), Luis Chavez (GWSB '22), Farid Adibi (GWSB '23), Max Savasta (GWSB '23), Linlin Wang (GWSB '22)

Cheerlax pack: Ethan Kerr (CCAS '25), Paloma Corrigan

Clebby's: Sabrina Clebnik (GWSB '22)

College Coin: Mingtao Zhao (GWSB '22), Christian Diaz Devaldivielso (GWSB '22), Austin Setzer (GWSB '22), Xinrui Liu (GWSB '22), Chukwudozie Egolum (GWSB '22)

Creatorly: Ashwath Narayanan (CCAS '22), Joseph Gursky (GWSB '22), Apostolos Mihalis (SPH '22)

CREW Entertainment: Dayla Durandisse (GWSB '22)

Cuisno: Jordan Miller (GWSB '23), Ozioma Ikejiani (ESIA ’22), Lydia Obi (GWSB ’23)

Currant: Ashwath Narayanan (CCAS '22)

Data Dump: Anar Parmar (SMHS '25), Rami Imam (SMHS '25), Phat Chang (SMHS '25), Sanjeev Saravanakumar (SMHS '25), Jacob Adelman (SMHS '25)

Different Trading Post: Eva Cursley (CCAS '22)

Doober: Marlee Rickert (GWSB '24), Alp Mursit (GWSB '23), Xinyue (Bella) Bi (GWSB '22), Chenyu Ji (GWSB '24), Zecheng Dong (GWSB '24)

Dripsy: Scott Whetsell (GWSB '22)

EarlyBirdy: King Pascual (SMHS '22)

Easy Coffee: Isabelle Schmidt (GWSB '23)

Eco-Dental: Brittany Pickering (CCAS '23), Jordan Decrescente (CCAS '23), Kristina Galstyan (GWSB ‘22)

Eco-Paste: Jacob Hatcher (SEAS '23), Joe Gursky (GWSB '23), Jeremiah Nguyen (SEAS '25), Gillian Fuhrmeister (SEAS '25), Amanda Mcalphin (SEAS '25)

Education and Wellness Consultants: Laura Mccarty (GSEHD '22), Dr. Karin Spencer  

Electromaim: Dylan Kassin (ESIA '24), Ryan Welch (SEAS '22), Elliot Lipman, Yoelle Gulko

EMPACK: Becca Hammerman (CCAS '23), Liat Perlman (GWSB '24), Annia Ward (CCAS '23)

empyre webs: Maximilian Stein (GWSB '22), Maria Attie (ESIA '23), Megan Chadha (GWSB '22), Ethan Cuccarese (GWSB '22), Jason Israilov

Erudite English: Claire Lwin (ESIA '24), Zune Pwint Wai

Evelet: Austin Lai (GWSB '22), Josh Luberda (GWSB '22), Yue Fang (GWSB '22), Vicki Deng (GWSB '22), Lisia Hwang (GWSB '23)

EventIntent: Lauren Twadell (GWSB '24), Talula Dempsey (CCAS '24), Alexa Kretchmer (CCAS '22), Isabella Vittoria Plazas (ESIA '23), Sophia Umansky (CCAS '22)

Everroze: Yosef Hajeer (GWSB '22)

 

 

Fantasy Front Row: Madylin Knaack (CCAS '22), Kenzie Walters (ESIA '22), Kennedy Elsnes (ESIA '22), Bela Patino (GWSB '22)

FiSona: Ikumi Wajima (GWSB '23), Sebastian Ewel (GWSB '23)

FitBuddy: Riley Engels (GWSB '23), Sasha Somuah (GWSB '22), Sigal Barak (GWSB '22), Andreas Vardinogiannis (GWSB '22)

flO2: Dhruv Sharma (SMHS '25), Evan Cain (SMHS '25), Shaher Issa (SMHS '25), Aadit Mehta (SMHS '25), Christopher Oltorik (SMHS '25)

FLODICT: Wahyuni Mutmainna (GWSB '21), Gregg Legarda (GWSB ’20), Ratna Arianti Uar (GWSB '21)

GW Global Arts Inclusion Network: Ammar Kamaruszaman (SEAS '24), Lucas Souza (ESIA '24), Juliet Lancey (ESIA '24)

Gwaply: Michael Tadesse (GWSB '22), Noor Al Busaidi (GWSB '22), Alex Wong (GWSB '22), Chandler Sease (GWSB '22), Aaron Mei (GWSB '22)

Hippocampus: Vera Pertsovskaya (SMHS '23)

HydroGrow: Cade Adelman (SEAS '22), Bezawit Shimeles (SEAS '22), Madison Huszar (SEAS '22), Edward Idun

Imagine It Yours: Lisa Liao (ESIA '23), Gabriela Castillo (GWSB '24), Zehao Chen (GWSB '24)

InhaleMe: Jeffrey Kruger (SMHS '25), Ben Knudsen (SMHS '25), Vivek Sarma (SMHS '25), Ryan Friedman (SMHS '25), Sam Smith (SMHS '25)

InvesTreble: Darya Vavilava (GWSB '22), Jinny Hyejin Ryu (GWSB '22), Katherine Turkiewicz (CCAS '22), Lingyun Yang (CCAS '22), Roxana Kaplan (GWSB '24)

Journey Hero: Thalia Navia (GWSB '23), Thalia Navia (GWSB '23), Albert Bernales (GWSB '22), John Sellers (GWSB '23)

Kahini Books: Ryanna Quazi (SPH '22)

Lead Detection and Joint Optical Analysis: Jason Teske (SEAS '22) Elliott Lipper (SEAS '22)

Leap: Jacob Dmitrovsky (GWSB '22), Erin Gramley (GWSB '22), Kathleen Westover (CCAS '22), Jesse Horowitz (GWSB '22)

LGST8: Gabriella Petrillo (SEAS '22), Blake Cellum (SEAS '22), Jillian Sommer (SEAS '22)

Lōpe Tree / Desert Date Co.: Lauren Servin (GWSB '24) Ruth Dwyer (GWSB '23)

Love Your Vessel International, LLC: Martina Maya-Callen (Corcoran '23)

MatchBook: Cristina Silva (Corcoran '23), Leila Wynnyckyj (ESIA '22), Anamae Garcia de Paredes (Corcoran '24), Linglong Zhou (GWSB '22), Alexis Nazitto (GWSB '24)

Medemos: Sahith Mukku (SPH '22), Jesse Gerb

MedZoo: Elizabeth Matison (SMHS '25)

Metawork: Eleni Anastasia Theodoratou (GWSB '25), Eleana Theodoratou (GWSB ’25), Margot Rimbert (CCAS ’23), Emma Rhodes (GWSB ’25), Jessie Toh (GWSB ’23)

Moor Solar Solutions: Nkozia Knight (CCAS '23) 

Mr. Sandman: Kelsey Brunner (SEAS '22), Camille Humphreys (SEAS '22), Hassan Issa (SEAS '22)

NanoXR: Sean Letavish (SEAS '22), Natalie Dow (CCAS '22), VIctoria Ravel (SEAS '23), Claudio Sebastian Ecudero (GWSB '22)

Narrative: Trevor Doucet (GWSB '22), Ruixin Huang (GWSB ’22), Luke Stephen (GWSB ’22), Olivia Wilcox (GWSB ’22), Chelsea Sutch (GWSB ‘22)

Now/here: Ad Lane (GWSB '23)

NucleI Health: Eva Neumann (SPH '23), Sofia Brodsky (SPH '25), Makda Araya (SPH '22), Abigail Kim (CCAS '23), Alexandre Raoux (ESIA '24)

Path Travel Insurance: Nayaj Molina (GWSB '22), Mirna Mikhail (GWSB '22), Manahil Alkhatrawi (GWSB '22)

Paths: Linda Mangera (SMHS '22), Yasmine Dessouky

Perfect Provenance: Daniel Cordon-Bouzan (GWSB '23), Miguel Vizcarrondo (GWSB '24) Sofia Hernandez (ESIA '24), Huzeyfa Telha (SEAS '23)

 

 

PickMeUp: Katie Fernberg (CCAS '22), Krista Minas (CCAS '22), Hannah Froimson (CCAS '22)

PIR Prevention Systems: Sam Smith (SMHS '25)

Plane & Simple: Catherine Oriel (CCAS '22), Punn Phentrakul (GWSB '23), Mary Anyakwo (GWSB '23)

Pocketbuddi: Talula Dempsey (CCAS '24), Maher Aboughaly (GWSB '22), Alex Vagais (GWSB '22)

POP!: Anna Shah (GWSB '24), Maya Levine (CCAS '23), Stephanie Cheung (CCAS '22), Rachel Cohen (CCAS '23)

PSYCHFIT: Maria Fernanda Henne Lewis (SEAS '25), Ana Cerda Caceres (GWSB '24), Nicolas Yepez (GWSB '24), Jisoo Lee (GWSB '24)

Refinity: Ethan Osan (GWSB '23), Yutong Guo (ESIA '23), Max Savasta (GWSB '23)

Reliaplow: Jake Anszelowicz (SEAS '25)

Rising Tides Research Group: Richard Nelson (CCAS ’20), Amber Mirza (CCAS '22) Cole Breuer (GWSB ‘22), Liam Durant, Scott Einsidler

Rugged Redemtion: Sarah Malinowski (SEAS '23), Tanner Reinholtz

Sanct: Erin Gramley (GWSB '22), Cat Oriel (CCAS '22), Maddy Knaack (CCAS '22), Ellie Artone (ESIA '23), Marie Leznicki

SASFA Academy (School and Sports for All): Elias Norris (CCAS '23), Ernesto Sandoval (GWSB '23)

Select Senior Care Services: Allisa Szalda (ESIA '22)

Solstice Cosmetics: Hannah Edwards (CCAS '22) Lark Carrington (GWSB '22)

Soqua: Bünyamin Kartal (GWSB '22), Tyller Lanz Zhou (SEAS '22), Lisia Hwang (GWSB '23)

SportsConnect: Shakthi Ramasamy (CCAS '24), Joshua Hrasky (GWSB '22), Emma Gauthier

SpotMe: Julia Gundlach (SEAS '23)

Spread the Love: Terry Bitar (GWSB '24), Nour Ram

Summarizify: Daniel Encaoua (GWSB '22), Mina Panahi (GWSB '22), Raven Wu (GWSB '22), Rakesh Sighn (GWSB '22), Larisa Bustiuc (GWSB '22)

Sunset Cubes: Hasan Gokturk (SEAS '23)

SurgCycle: Ameen Khalil (SMHS '24)

Suum: David Ha (SMHS '25), Yeong Je Jeong (SMHS '25), Sang Heon (Sean) Lee (SMHS '25), Jennie Yun (SMHS '25)

The Accountability Group: Joshua Bostick (GWSB '23), Anshul Garg (GWSB '23)

The Social Case: Aryanna Lyons (GWSB '23), Jacob Dmitrovsky (GWSB '23), Ana Cerda (GWSB '24) 

Tonight: Maria Attie (ESIA '23), Luz Ambrosetti (CCAS '23), Pedro Alegret (GWSB '23), Sean Hill (CCAS '23)

Tough Choices: John Holtzen (GWSB '22), Jake Spivak (GWSB '22), Leila Hanafi (GWSB '22), Minhyuk Choi (GWSB '22)

Trouvé: Olivia Wilcox (GWSB '22), Isis Hanna (GWSB '22), Janisha Patel (GWSB '22), Karnika Majeji (GWSB '22), Samaya Mayes (GWSB '22)

Two Down Defender: Gaby DeAndrade (GWSB '23), Parker Kahn

U&Me: Mariam Zara (GWSB '22), Isabel Meizoso (GWSB '22), Michelle Rana (SEAS '23)

Unitty: Benji Martin (GWSB '22), Griffin Brettschneider (GWSB ’23), Khabib Musashaykov (GWSB ’23), Muaz Ahmed (GWSB ’23), Kevin D'Cruz (GWSB ’22)  

Vantage Rehabilitation: Carole Purwanto (GWSB '22), Armecia Rowe (GWSB ’22)

Viewpoint Recovery Group: Luke Neeland (GWSB '25), Stephen Shaw (GWSB '25), Dean Ilyas (CCAS '25)

Walk Free: Scott Downen (SEAS '22)

Wally's Plants (W.Plants): Wally Rashid (SMHS '24)

We Out Here Records: Elijah Flores (GWSB '22) David Cano, Juan Vega

Wedding Wiz: Zoe Cross (GWSB '23), Sasha Somuah (GWSB '22), Alexis Schwarz (GWSB '22), Sarah Aljuaidi (GWSB '22), Sarah Aljuaidi (GWSB ’22)

Z~TastyBakery: Zahra Wahed (CCAS '22), Shiyan Kesser (CCAS '25)