The list, which includes 600 “revolutionaries” in 20 industries, is made up of people who are changing the course, and the face, of business and society, said Forbes.
The list-makers were chosen from more than 15,000 nominees.
Dennis Hansen, 27, and Samyr Qureshi, 26, co-founders of Knack in Tampa, are highlighted in the education category. The company recently won the Lumina Foundation Education Innovation Prize and developed a strategic partnership with Village Capital U.S. Education Program.
Samyr Qureshi and Dennis Hansen (PHOTO CREDIT: Michelle Stoker Photography)
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