The Forbes 30Under30 2019 recipients were announced. Claire Coder, Founder and CEO of Aunt Flow was recognized in the Social Entrepreneur category. Aunt Flow is redesigning the commercial bathroom space with their free-vend menstrual product dispenser. Toilet paper is offered, why aren’t tampons and pads?®
The cohort of young folks answered a series of questions. Here are the statistics:
- Average hours worked per week: 66
- 77% considering being under 30 an advantage in their career
- 86% are optimistic about the U.S. economy
- 48% identify as either an immigrant or first generation
- Most important apps: Google Maps, Spotify, Instagram, Twitter, Gmail, Slack
- Dream Mentors: Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Michelle Obama, Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson, Barack Obama
How does Claire Coder stack up?
- Average hours worked per week: 70 (but who is counting!?)
- Claire believes that being under 30 is an advantage for press opportunities, riskiness, and energy, but her ripe age of 22 does inherently mean a lack of life experiences.
- Claire is optimistic about the U.S. economy
- Not an immigrant or first generation college student
- Most important apps: Apple Maps, Robinhood Financial, Spotify, Gmail, LinkedIn
- Dream Mentors: Carey Jaros, Josh Braun (She is very thankful to have both of these folks in her life!)
What Is the Forbes 30 Under 30 Award?
A prestigious accolade from Forbes, The 30U30 recipients undergo a vigorous vetting process. In 2019, more than 15,000 nominates were submitted. The final product: 600 revolutionaries in 20 industries changing the course—and the face—of business and society.