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Drexel Magazine's 40 Under 40 Alumni 2022

Six LeBow Alumni Named to Drexel Magazine’s 2022 40 Under 40


April 06, 2022

Six LeBow alumni were named to Drexel Magazine’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2022, the 10th anniversary of the annual honors. These proud alumni span the College’s undergraduate, masters and doctoral programs and have carved out unique paths to success in industries ranging from real estate and marketing research to cryptocurrency and environmental protection.

“We’re going to see traditionally famous artists, musicians, journalists, directors, actors … all these people will be able to directly appeal to their fans. NFTs are a way to sell your reputation.” — William Entriken, MBA ’08 and MS finance ’08, lead author of ERC-721 and general manager, Pacific Medical Training

“Nothing really prepares you like Drexel. Along my co-op journey, I met the managing director of this bank, the VP of that bank. One thing leads to another and then these introductions all become super valuable.” — Jeffrey Gopshtein, BSBA finance ’17, co-founder and CEO, Yieldeasy

“Drexel was and continues to be a transformational place for my personal and professional growth … after graduation, I had the privilege to be an advisory board member of LeBow BRIDGE, be a founding member of HOLA Drexel — the first Hispanic and Latino Alumni Affinity Group — and be on the curriculum sub-committee for the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Action Group.” — Andrés Bisonó León, BSBA ’15, CEO and co-founder, SOS Carbon

“Drexel allowed me to mature and complete my studies while also permitting me to play the game of basketball as a student-athlete.” — Yannick Formbor Nono, BS business administration ’11, founder, Blossom Youth

“Top-notch professors and researchers at Drexel helped enhance my research capabilities. Drexel also helped me build up a pipeline of research that lays the foundation for my career.” — Lei Song, PhD marketing ’15, assistant professor of marketing, Pennsylvania State University Abington

“Because of the fast-paced quarter schedule, I learned how to understand people and their needs quickly and deliver results with short notice.” — Cheryl Thompson-Morton, BS business administration ’17, Black Media Initiative director, Center for Community Media at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, City University of New York

Read all of the alumni profiles in Drexel Magazine

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