Forbes Under 30

Despite the discomfort of stares from her young peers in post 9/11 America, teenage Amani Al-Khatahtbeh chose to wear a headscarf, so to declare her Islamic faith. This effervescent Jersey-girl who relishes make-up and fashion, started the blog, muslimgirl.com, to humanize the everyday, law-abiding and America-loving, Muslim.

:25:15 2/8/2017

Past Episodes

Hello Alfred, an errand-service company founded by Marcela Sapone, will grab your groceries and pick up your dry cleaning -- any chore that will save the customer time. The business has tested well in Boston, New York and San Francisco. Sapone shares what inspired the company and how it's primed to spread nationwide.
42:31 5/24/2017
New to the Hollywood big time, rising star Charles Rogers is the co-creator of TBS's breakout comedy, "Search Party." Rogers came onto the scene after his film "Fort Tilden" picked up the grand jury prize at SXSW in 2014. He and fellow NYU collaborator Sara-Violet Bliss have been on a tear ever since. Listen to Rogers discuss his creative partnerships and whirlwind career.
55:50 5/17/2017
Once conservative and now unabashedly liberal, Ana Kasparian is co-host and producer of the provocative and politically-charged online news and commentary show, The Young Turks. On this episode, she talks about climbing the very competitive broadcast-journalism ladder, politics and dealing with especially aggressive trolls.
58:42 5/10/2017
Want to talk the edgiest new video game? Love pontificating on the drama of K-Pop? Ben Anderson, CEO and founder of Amino Apps, wants to connect you to others that feel the same way. His company houses thousands of communities bonded together by an interest. The mobile native app is ramping up and catching on.
37:50 5/3/2017
Yunha Kim, CEO and founder of Simple Habit, created an app that gives members a plethora of five-minute meditations to be used in an abundance of situations. Hear about how she built the company, find out the most popular topics on the platform and bonus -- experience a five-minute meditation from the app.
45:03 4/26/2017
Conflict is inevitable between friends -- and cofounders. This is the case for Ilan Zechory and Tom Lehman, cofounders of the annotation site Genius.com. But conflict doesn't get them down. Instead, they allow it to influence better decision making. Tune in to hear the duo talk about the origins of their startup, what it takes to get along and the pressure that comes with managing millions of investment dollars.
43:53 4/18/2017
An IRS enrolled agent, private pilot and ham radio operator, Jessica Mah caught the entrepreneurial bug when she sold trace drawings on a playground in second grade. Fast forward to today, she's the co-founder and CEO of inDinero, a company that provides accounting software plus bookkeeping and tax services to small business. Hear about her company's early setbacks and how she learned to overcome them.
33:39 4/12/2017
Tatiana Birgisson went from making tea in a giant pasta pot in college to producing her MATI energy drinks in a 30,000 square foot factory in North Carolina. A bout of depression is what unwittingly started Birgisson on her path to entrepreneurship. Hear the story of how she turned her homegrown drink for friends into profit.
34:37 4/5/2017
Matthew Ramirez was a teacher with a problem to solve. Frustrated with giving the same writing critiques to different students repeatedly, he set out to automate his responses. He figured this would save him time, and give him the ability to phrase his criticism constructively and consistently. He hit pay dirt. Students flocked to his office to build on his feedback. Hence, the idea for WriteLab, the company he cofounded, was born.
29:33 3/29/2017
Idaho-native Anna Therese Day was in the right place at the right time. A young journalism student studying in the Middle East, she observed the Arab Spring eruption first-hand. Hear why she's willing to put herself in high-conflict zones for journalism and how she narrowly evaded a two-year jail sentence in Bahrain.
45:26 3/22/2017

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Hello Alfred, an errand-service company founded by Marcela Sapone, will grab your groceries and pick up your dry cleaning -- any chore that will save the customer time. The business has tested well in Boston, New York and San Francisco. Sapone shares what inspired the company and how it's primed to spread nationwide.
42:31 5/24/2017
New to the Hollywood big time, rising star Charles Rogers is the co-creator of TBS's breakout comedy, "Search Party." Rogers came onto the scene after his film "Fort Tilden" picked up the grand jury prize at SXSW in 2014. He and fellow NYU collaborator Sara-Violet Bliss have been on a tear ever since. Listen to Rogers discuss his creative partnerships and whirlwind career.
55:50 5/17/2017
Once conservative and now unabashedly liberal, Ana Kasparian is co-host and producer of the provocative and politically-charged online news and commentary show, The Young Turks. On this episode, she talks about climbing the very competitive broadcast-journalism ladder, politics and dealing with especially aggressive trolls.
58:42 5/10/2017
Want to talk the edgiest new video game? Love pontificating on the drama of K-Pop? Ben Anderson, CEO and founder of Amino Apps, wants to connect you to others that feel the same way. His company houses thousands of communities bonded together by an interest. The mobile native app is ramping up and catching on.
37:50 5/3/2017
Yunha Kim, CEO and founder of Simple Habit, created an app that gives members a plethora of five-minute meditations to be used in an abundance of situations. Hear about how she built the company, find out the most popular topics on the platform and bonus -- experience a five-minute meditation from the app.
45:03 4/26/2017

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