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Noteworthy: Hotelies featured in Forbes’ 2018 30 Under 30

From left to right: Micah Green, founder, Maidbot; Christina Milano ’13, director of business development, Excel Sports Management; and Gregory Falco ’10, co-founder, NeuroMesh

Three outstanding Hotelies were featured in Forbes’ 2018 edition of 30 Under 30. This annual collection highlights young stars in 20 different industries ranging from finance to food and from sports to enterprise technology.

Christina Milano ’13

Age: 26
Director of Business Development, Excel Sports Management

Milano secures and manages marketing endorsements for Excel Sports Management’s elite roster of athletes, including Derek Jeter and Blake Griffin. She also manages Excel Sports’ client relationships with high-profile sports properties such as the Charlotte Hornets and three PGA TOUR events.

Micah Green

Age: 21
Founder, Maidbot

‘Rosie,’ an autonomous cleaning robot is the first in what Micah Green sees as a suite of mechanical helpers in the hospitality industry. His Jetsons-inspired robot is designed to cut time cleaning floors, decreases worker injury and collect data.

Gregory Falco ’10

Age: 29
Co-founder, NeuroMesh

Gregory Falco is the cofounder of NeuroMesh, which provides endpoint security for smart devices and re-engineers malware to become a vaccine for IoT. The former NASA security researcher founded the startup when he recognized the security vulnerability in industrial IoT of electric grids, water networks, and transportation infrastructure.

Read all of Forbes’ 2018 30 Under 30 story.

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