Two Alums Named to Forbes "30 Under 30"
Forbes: 30 Under 30
Every year, reporters for Forbes look for up-and-coming stars - people who are doing groundbreaking work, disrupting traditional business models, and establishing themselves as leaders. The Class of 2016 includes two Swarthmore alums:
David Rosen '08
Rosen, CEO of Wolfire Games, is recognized for helping to pioneer the "early access" game development model and creating the "pay what you want" digital store Humble Bundle. He graduated from Swarthmore in 2008 with a major in computer science and minor in psychology.
Aaron Schwartz '09
How common is wasteful spending in healthcare? This Harvard med-student/economist can tell you: his research focuses on algorithms to determine how much is being spent on medical services that don’t make patients much healthier. Already, he’s been published in Health Affairs, JAMA Internal Medicine, and the New England Journal of Medicine. Schwartz graduated from Swarthmore in 2009 with majors in economics and biology.