(Audrey Cheng, image via Forbes.com)
We are elated to announce that our co-founder Audrey Cheng has been listed on the 2016 Forbes 30 under 30! This is no small feat as we have witnessed the amount of hard work, dedication and determination that has propelled Moringa School to where it is now all in a span of 2 years.
The award recognized those who have made outstanding innovations in the social entrepreneurship field.
“The 2016 class is combining their range of skills in technology, engineering, science and business with their hunger to solve the world’s problems. And, they’re making huge waves of impact that are crossing industry and geographic borders along the way. This year’s group was put together by Emily Canal and myself from research and online nominations, and was selected by our returning judges: Jean Case, cofounder of the Case Foundation; Cheryl Dorsey, President of Echoing Green; Randall Lane, Editor of FORBES; and one new addition, an alum of our inaugural 2012 Social Entrepreneur list, Hugh Evans, co-founder of the Global Poverty Project.”–Michela Tindera, Forbes Staff
“It is amazing and am happy that you are acknowledged in this way” said Samantha Merritt, Operations Manager and UX instructor at Moringa School.
Last year, our other co-founder Frank Tamre, was also on the Top 40 under 40 list done by The Business Daily. This clearly demonstrates that Moringa School has been widely recognized for it’s innovative program on teaching code.
We must admit the future of Moringa School is looking bright. We look forward to scaling innovative record-breaking heights that have not been witnessed before led by our outstanding co-founders.