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DC’s Halcyon Incubator won big on the 2017 Forbes 30 Under 30 list

The program's director and three of its fellows made the social entrepreneurship list.

The Halcyon House. (Photo by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier)

Millennials are doing some pretty cool things. This via the newly-released 2017 Forbes 30 Under 30 list — the annual celebration of young, smart, accomplished and famous (or some combination thereof) people.

While there were various D.C. names on the list in a variety of categories (30 Under 30 is, after all, more correctly 600 Under 30), Georgetown’s Halcyon Incubator came out as a particularly big local winner. The social enterprise incubator saw a number of ventures they’ve incubated get named to the list, and the program’s director, Ryan Ross, was named too.

Here’s who we recognized:

All of these winners were in the Social Entrepreneurship category — it is worth mentioning that one judge of that category was the D.C.-based Case Foundation’s Jean Case.

Read more about the Halcyon Incubator’s incoming class of fellows here. And as far as #30Under30 goes, who else should be congratulate?

Companies: Halcyon

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