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Here Are All The Indian Women In Forbes' Under-30 Achievers List

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Forbes released its annual 30-under-30 list of young achievers described as a variety of "bright entrepreneurs, breakout talents and change agents". 45 of these change-makers have Indian origin. Here are the nine Indian women who made it.

1. Karishma Shah, 25

Karishma is the youngest hire at Alphabet's Google X's Moonshot Factory. She's their Rapid Evaluation Program Manager. Here she stands with a model of Google X's driverless car.
Karishma Shah

Karishma is the youngest hire at Alphabet's Google X's Moonshot Factory. She's their Rapid Evaluation Program Manager. Here she stands with a model of Google X's driverless car.

2. Nila Das, 27

Nila is the VP of American multinational investment banking and financial services corporation Citigroup. She joined it two years ago.
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Nila is the VP of American multinational investment banking and financial services corporation Citigroup. She joined it two years ago.

3. Divya Nettimi, 29

Divya is an investment analyst at American hedge fund Viking Global Investors. She has also worked at Goldman Sach's. According to her Forbes bio, she co-managed Harvard Business School's Alpha Fund while getting her MBA.
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Divya is an investment analyst at American hedge fund Viking Global Investors. She has also worked at Goldman Sach's. According to her Forbes bio, she co-managed Harvard Business School's Alpha Fund while getting her MBA.

4. Lilly Singh, 27

Lilly "Superwoman" Singh is a Canadian-Indian comedian and one of YouTube's biggest stars.
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Lilly "Superwoman" Singh is a Canadian-Indian comedian and one of YouTube's biggest stars.

5. Meg Jayanth, 28

Meg makes video games, and is known for writing the popular game "80 Days".
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Meg makes video games, and is known for writing the popular game "80 Days".

6. Anisha Singh, 28

Anisha has fought and continues to fight for the rights of Sikhs and Muslims in America. She's a currently working as the Campaign Manager for Legal Progress at the Center for American Progress.
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Anisha has fought and continues to fight for the rights of Sikhs and Muslims in America. She's a currently working as the Campaign Manager for Legal Progress at the Center for American Progress.

7. Nisha Chittal, 27

Nisha is the social media and community expert at MSNBC.
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Nisha is the social media and community expert at MSNBC.

8. Sampriti Bhattacharya, 28

Sampriti, an MIT grad, is the creator of Hydroswarm, a smart drone platform for underwater data collection. They drones are capable of monitoring oil spills, lost airplanes, and other activities in the ocean.
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Sampriti, an MIT grad, is the creator of Hydroswarm, a smart drone platform for underwater data collection. They drones are capable of monitoring oil spills, lost airplanes, and other activities in the ocean.

9. Mugdha Gokhale, 29

Mugdha is a drug safety researcher doing her PhD at University of North Carolina. She's known for her work on the relation of anti-diabetics and pancreatic cancer, and has also done a bachelor's in Indian classical music.
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Mugdha is a drug safety researcher doing her PhD at University of North Carolina. She's known for her work on the relation of anti-diabetics and pancreatic cancer, and has also done a bachelor's in Indian classical music.

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