October 21, 2014

Fortune Recognizes Four Alumni Under 40


Above: Indiegogo co-founders Danae Ringelmann, MBA 08; Slava Rubin; and Eric Schell, MBA 08. Below: Revolution Foods Founders Kristin Richmond and Kirsten Tobey, both MBA 06.

Indiegogo's Danae Ringelmann and Eric Schell, both MBA 08, and Revolution Foods' Kristin Groos Richmond and Kirsten Saenz Tobey, both MBA 06, made Fortune magazine's list of 40 "young hotshots" under 40 "who are rocking businesses."

Ringelmann and Schell co-founded crowdfunding platform Indiegogo in 2008—a year before Kickstarter, Fortune noted. Ringelmann, Schell, and co-founder Slava Rubin all shared #34 on Fortune's list.
 

Kristin Gross Richmond and Kirsten Saenz TobeyFollowing the trio in the #35 spot were Richmond (left) and Tobey (right), co-founders of Revolution Foods. Started with a small pilot program serving healthy lunches in five Oakland schools, Revolution Foods is delivering 200,000 meals a day at 1,000 schools across the country.

 

See the Fortune 40 Under 40 List

Read a Profile of Danae Ringelmann in CalBusiness Fall 2009

Read an Article about Revolution Foods

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