This year’s Forbes 30 Under 30, featured a host of talented individuals that have created a mark in the industry in which they participated. Chief among them were 4 Harvard Business School alumni who have dedicated themselves to revolutionizing healthcare, elevating global start-ups, expandingretail, and transforming media.
- JeetGuram, MBA HBS 2015, is a Senior Advisor to the Administrator, Centres for Medicare & Medicaid Services. He is the top policy adviser at the federal agency, working on subsidizing health coverage for over 100 million Americans, after earning an M.D. at Harvard Medical S
- Anna Khan, MBA HBS 2016, is a Senior Associate at Bessemer Venture Partners. Anna has sourced many breakout start-ups, raising over $140 million in financing. Anna was named the “Global Shaper” by the World Economic Forum, and a Rock Center Fellow by Harvard Business School for launching a female-only accelerator, teaching women how to raise capital.
- Meghana Dhar, MBA HBS 2016 is a Director of Retail partnership at B8ta. She is responsible for opening 700 stores for B8ta in 2018 to provide trendy tech products through interaction data.
- Shiv Gaglani, MBA HBS 2016, is the Cofounder of Osmosis, which is a health and medical education company that reaches 500,000 health professionals, patients and family members. The company produces animated videos on key medical topics that have been viewed more than 25million times over 200 countries.
What’s unique about all these fantastic achievers is that they are either first generation immigrants or children of first generation immigrants. Entrepreneurs are inspired by them everyday, and they’re contributing multifold towards the US economy through their start-ups and corporate performance.
Our firm’s founding partners, HBS alumni themselves, are helping hundreds of families develop their personal and professional lives in the US through the EB-5 investment visa program. By sourcing our capital from global high net-worth investors seeking permanent US residency, LCR has transformed a government immigration program into a standardized and transparent financial product. One that maximizes job creation, mitigates risk and protects investors’ principal.