LS alumni celebrated in Forbes 30 under 30 Asia 2022 list
27 May 2022
Every year, Forbes magazine features the brightest young innovators, disruptors, visionaries, and entrepreneurs across Asia, all under the age of 30. This year's list includes the following Loyola Schools alumni:
Jeth Ang (BS Management Engineering 2015)
Renz Chong (BS Management Engineering 2017)
Billie Dumaliang (BS Mangement-Honors 2014)
Ariane Lim (BFA Creative Writing-Playwriting 2015)
Shawntel Nicole Martinez Nieto (BS Management of Applied Chemistry 2017, MS Sustainability 2019)
Nico Odulio (BS Management-Honors 2015)
Ang, Chong, and Odulio are co-founders of BreederDAO, a startup specializing in breeding and crafting NFT characters and game items to be used play-to-earn games like Axie Infinity, Sipher, Cyball and Crabada. Just two months after its launch, the startup raised $10 million in series A funding.
Dumaliang is a co-founder of Masungi Georeserve, a geotourism project located in Rizal. In 2021, the conservation park received the Water Changemakers Award and a special commendation from the 2018 UN Convention on Biological Diversity.
Lim co-founded AcadArena, a Philippine esports startup that helps student gamers in Southeast Asia to compete in international esports tournaments. It has partnered with more than 600 schools, covering some 100,000 students, to create and support gaming clubs and communities.
Nieto is recognized for her work in One Cainta Food program, an initiative she started with her family at the onset of the pandemic. Since its launch, the program has provided over 5 million food hampers to 500,000 people across 15 cities nationwide.
Visit the 30 under 30 website for the full list.
10 Aug 2022