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Siebel Scholars Foundation
1300 Seaport Blvd., Suite 400
Redwood City, CA 94063

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(650) 299-5260

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    See How Siebel Scholars Are Making a Difference
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    250+ Patents Authored
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    100+ Companies Founded
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    Over $2 Trillion Managed
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    13,000+ Hours Volunteered

Siebel Scholars lead a diverse range of ventures, including innovative startups, cutting-edge academic research, and philanthropic initiatives which demonstrate promise for significant societal impact.

Organization Siebel Scholar School Industrysort icon Description
AisleBuyer Dan Preston Stanford CS High Tech: Mobile

Mobile commerce platform transforming in-store shopping experiences. Acquired by Intuit.

iTeleport Jahanzeb Sherwani Carnegie Mellon University CS High Tech: Mobile

iPhone/iPad app that lets you control your computer from anywhere in the world. As seen in the Wall Street Journal.

Hybrid Wisdom Labs David Wong UC Berkeley CS High Tech: Other

A next-generation approach to online brainstorming and generating insightful solutions. Powering U.S. State Department website.

Adzuna Doug Monro Northwestern Kellogg High Tech: Other

UK-based search engine for classified ads. Featured in the Financial Times, BBC News...

Ginkgo Bioworks Austin Che Stanford CS Medical & Health: Biotechnology

Making biology easier to engineer to revolutionize the provision of food, medicine, energy, and materials. Featured in Fast Company.

MIT Timothy Lu MIT CS Medical & Health: Biotechnology

"Top Innovator Under 35" aims to treat amyloid-associated diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's using synthetic biology and nanotechnology.

Illini Prosthetic Technologies Jed Taylor UIUC CS Medical & Health: Medical Devices

Developing and distributing an affordable prosthetic arm for multitude of upper-extremity amputees in the developing world.

Baxter Healthcare Joshua Bennett Northwestern Kellogg Medical & Health: Pharmaceuticals

Launched Hylenex, a new technique to rehydrate a child faster and more effectively than with an I.V. Featured on "The Doctors." 

Incentive Mentoring Program Sarah Hemminger Johns Hopkins Bioengineering Nonprofit & Organizations

Selects high school freshmen from two Baltimore city schools and matches them with volunteers to mentor and support students. Featured in the Baltimore Sun.

Sanergy Lindsay Stradley MIT Sloan Service Industry

Aims to permanently reduce sanitation-related disease in urban slums. Featured in Scientific American.