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Meet the Siebel Scholars

Lindsay StradleyMIT, Sloan, Class of 2011

Lindsay Stradley Solves a Sanitation Crisis with a Waste-to-Energy Business

In developing countries, lack of sewage infrastructure contaminates waterways and food supplies and creates diseases that kill 1.6 million children each year. Siebel Scholar Lindsay Stradley wanted to solve this problem and in 2011 she launched Sanergy, a company that provides sanitation services, and which also solves multiple social problems.



Jingjin YuUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Class of 2008

Algorithms Developed by Siebel Scholar Jingjin Yu Help Robots Navigate Factory Floors Safely

In the next two years the population of industrial robots will double to nearly 3 million globally. These busy machines make factory floors more efficient, but more robots means a higher likelihood of collisions and traffic jams. Siebel Scholar Jingjin Yu is working to solve that problem by developing algorithms that enable swarms of robots to work better together.



Haroldo SilvaUC Berkeley, Bioengineering, Class of 2011

Siebel Scholar Haroldo Silva is Working Toward a Universal Cancer Therapy

Aging is a fact of life, and for many people, about 39,000 every day globally, a cancer diagnosis will come with advanced age. Unfortunately, that will also mean a death sentence for many patients as more than 22,000 people die of cancer daily around the globe.  But Siebel Scholar Haroldo Silva (UC Berkeley, BioE ‘11) is working to change that.



Rachel MillerMIT, Bioengineering, Class of 2010

Siebel Scholar Rachel Miller is Taking an Interdisciplinary Approach to Understanding Knee Pain

An assistant professor in the departments of internal medicine and biochemistry at Rush University Medical Center, Siebel Scholar Rachel Miller studies the knee, a complex joint that is prone to developing arthritis. Miller's work focuses on explaining the origins of osteoarthritis pain associated with mechanics.



Howard BornsteinStanford, GSB, Class of 2009

Siebel Scholar Howard Bornstein’s Vision Care Startup is Setting a New Standard for Corporate Wellness

Launched in 2014 by Bornstein (Stanford GSB ’09), 2020 On-site Optometry works with companies and schools to deliver vision care on-site. They are currently operating in Boston and Atlanta, and will expand into Chicago in the fall of 2016. With 2020 On-site Optometry, a 34-foot truck brings a top quality mobile vision clinic directly to schools and offices.



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Namesort icon Year School Study Location
Will Uppington 2004 Harvard University Business Business Hillsborough, CA
Mark Ulrich 2015 Stanford CS Computer Science San Francisco, CA
Jonathan Ullman 2013 Harvard University CS Computer Science Brookline, MA
Alice Tzeng 2016 MIT Bioengineering Bioengineering Beachwood, OH
Stephany Tzeng 2014 Johns Hopkins Bioengineering Bioengineering Somerville, MA
Colin Twomey 2014 Stanford GSB Business Sacramento, CA
Sean Twersky 2011 Northwestern Kellogg Business LA, CA
Guy Turner 2010 Chicago Booth School Business Chicago, IL
Danielle Tsou 2011 UC Berkeley Bioengineering Bioengineering Berkeley, CA
Lillian Tsai 2017 Harvard University CS Computer Science Palo Alto, CA
Luca Torre 2006 Northwestern Kellogg Business Spain
Edward Tolson 2002 MIT CS Computer Science LIC, NY
Paul Todgham 2004 Stanford GSB Business Pleasanton, CA
Christen Tingley 2015 Northwestern Kellogg Business New York, NY
Iris Tian 2017 Northwestern Kellogg Business Evanston, IL
Tian Tian 2016 Tsinghua CS Computer Science China
Dilys Thomas 2006 Stanford CS Computer Science Mountain View, CA
Aekkaratt Thitimon 2005 MIT CS Computer Science Thailand
Nattavude Thirathon 2004 MIT CS Computer Science Sunnyvale, CA
Bill Thies 2001 MIT CS Computer Science State College, PA
Angela Thedinga 2010 MIT Sloan Business Deerfield, IL
Julie Teodorescu-Badia 2010 MIT Sloan Business Seattle, WA
Augusto Tentori 2014 UC Berkeley Bioengineering Bioengineering Somerville, MA
Ian Tenney 2015 Stanford CS Computer Science Mountain View, CA
Jon Tedesco 2013 UIUC CS Computer Science Oak Park, IL
Hermes Taylor-Weiner 2015 UC San Diego Bioengineering Bioengineering Santa Monica, CA
Adina Taylor 2013 MIT Sloan Business Newton, MA
Jed Taylor 2003 UIUC CS Computer Science Mahomet, IL
Kah Seng Tay 2008 MIT CS Computer Science Mountain View, CA
Stephen Tarsa 2015 Harvard University CS Computer Science Duxbury, MA
Jiayu Tang 2014 Tsinghua CS Computer Science China
Robin Tang 2013 Northwestern Kellogg Business San Francisco, CA
Grace Tang 2013 Stanford Bioengineering Bioengineering San Francisco, CA
Wenbin Tang 2013 Tsinghua CS Computer Science China
Ryan Szypowski 2002 UIUC CS Computer Science Chino, CA
Joel Sunshine 2015 Johns Hopkins Bioengineering Bioengineering Pikesville, MD
Kalyan Sunkavalli 2012 Harvard University CS Computer Science San Jose, CA
Jeff Sun 2014 MIT Sloan Business San Francisco, CA
Warut Suksompong 2014 MIT CS Computer Science Thailand
Jim Sukha 2005 MIT CS Computer Science Marlborough, MA
Susan Sucu 2010 Northwestern Kellogg Business Chicago, IL
Pakpoom Subsoontorn 2013 Stanford Bioengineering Bioengineering Thailand
Ananthan Subramanian 2002 Stanford CS Computer Science San Ramon, CA
Sophia Suarez 2015 UC San Diego Bioengineering Bioengineering San Diego, CA
Zhendi Su 2006 Stanford CS Computer Science San Francisco, CA
Paul Strasma 2002 MIT Sloan Business Irvine, CA
Lindsay Stradley 2011 MIT Sloan Business Atlanta, GA
Lyndsy Stopa 2008 UIUC CS Computer Science Beverly, MA
Jefferson Stone 2001 UPenn Wharton Business Business San Diego, CA
Scott Stewart 2016 Northwestern Kellogg Business Denver, CO