At the age of 22 Luke Faulconer is the founder of Troolu- a company that creates video episodes that share the stories of amazing non-profits and therefore publicize their missions. Over the next year, Troolu will be traveling to a different city every week, partnering with a non-profit organization in each city to volunteer and promote their cause through video. Luke is passionate about creating positive press in a world so full of negative press.
Regina Vatterott has founded/co-founded three companies in the past four years: InspireVive, Dinners-By-Regina, and her current startup- EllieGrid which is a smart pillbox that helps you organize your medication in seconds with the leverage of technology. She has also participated in multiple business competitions globally. Most of all, Regina is passionate about using entrepreneurship and innovation to solve problems and make a positive impact in the world.
Kevin Chan is reinventing the production processes of fashion design. At just 26 years old, he has developed a platform that aims to create transparency in order to empower designers and dissolve the unethical taboos attached to the industry’s production processes. His platform for doing this is Maderight- A business that manages the entire supply chain for fashion companies so they can focus on building their brand and designing products. In his factories Kevin focuses on putting people first. He believes that in the end, that will bring the most success.
At only 21 years old, Ashley Zahabian is a keynote speaker who has already worked with the likes of Grant Cardone, Gary Vaynerchuk and Eric Thomas. She’s spoken on stages in front almost 2 million people and has been featured in various publications like The Huffington Post and Entrepreneur. Along with these achievements, Ashley is currently working on building courses for higher education institutions on emotional intelligence.
After earning a journalism degree from San Diego State University and working for NBC, ESPN, the LA Daily News and the Los Angeles Angels' radio station, among other media companies, Josh left the journalism field and started a social media and content marketing consultancy, working with brands across four continents. He also created Epic Freelancing to show freelancers how to develop a six-figure income.
At just 24 years old, Stacey is an award winning entrepreneur, speaker and author who's been recognized for her achievements all over the world. Her first major business venture was co-funding MySocialCloud- an online web app that allows users to manage their online life in one cloud. Along with other side hustles she co-authored the book 2 Billion under 20 and is currently growing her most recent startup, Forge- an on-demand labor marketplace.
Sam is a millionaire digital marketing consultant who helps companies profit exponentially through digital marketing. By the age of 24, he had dropped out of University and started 2 successful companies all out of his parent's garage. Overall, he helps people start and grow profitable consulting businesses.
Featured in Forbes, USA Today, The Huffington Post, Inc. Magazine and more, 20-year-old Justin Lafazan is an acclaimed entrepreneur, speaker, best-selling author and consultant. The founder of Next Gen Summit and best-selling author of What Wakes You Up?, he’s on a mission to inspire the world’s young people to design the lives they want to live, through entrepreneurship.
Isaac Marble is one of the founders at Running Bear Media- a film distribution and production company. At the age of 18, he raised his first capital of $100,000 to produce his first feature film. Since then Isaac has produced a total of three feature films, several shorts and now focuses on acquisitions through Running Bear Media.
Zach is the founder and owner of Heart, Soul & Hustle- an online consulting business and podcast. He coaches business owners on how to leverage media platforms like Periscope and Facebook for their businesses. At just 22, he left his job and Master’s program to build a six-figure business in his first 6 months on Periscope.
Tristan is a 20 year-old award winning speaker, best selling-author and human motivation expert that has frequently been called the next Tony Robbins. Using his childhood story to bring hope to the hearts of thousands, Tristan has encompassed what it means to push past the trials in your life and make something of yourself even when the odds are against you. Recognized for his strides, Tristan has been endorsed names like Joel Osteen, Mike Tyson, Olympic Gold Medalists and many more.
Calvin Wayman is a social media entrepreneur and the founder of Cobbes- a social media management company. He is a sought out speaker and has been featured on major publications such as Entrepreneur Magazine, the Huffington Post, and Social Media Examiner. Just this month, Calvin published his first book, "Fish out of Water" that is packed with principles on how to transform into the new you by achieving breakthrough in your life.
Dennis Mulyar is the Co-Owner of The Film House- a digital cinema production company that specializes in weddings, commercials and original films. After only two years of business, The Film House has created over a hundred videos that have brought the stories of their subjects to life. Their most recent original film, Tomorrow, took home the 2015 Best Cinematography Award at the Atlanta Indie Film Festival and a Telly Award.
Brian Powers is the co-founder of Temper Pack- a company that creates high performance packaging insulation out of recycled materials. Their mission is to build revolutionary products that allow large organizations to manage their global supply chains with minimal environmental impact. At just 24, Brian made it on the Forbes 30 under 30 list for this invention.
Virginia Salas Kastilio is the founder and owner of the brand "Ginicanbreathe" where she creates and shares social art performances and conscious acts of kindness. She speaks out for authenticity and transparency in all aspects of human life. Currently, she is building a Snapchat agency and consulting business. At the age of just 26 she has already touched hundreds of thousands of lives with her work and was recently named one of the top Snapchat influencers by Inc. and Forbes.
Caroline Beckman is the co-founder and CEO of Nomva- a probiotic super smoothie. After just over a year of being in business, Nomva has gotten into the stores of several retailers all over Southern California. Recently, Caroline and her team have raised over 3 million in order to keep up with the rapidly growing company.
Todd VanDuzer is the co-founder of Student-Tutor and CEO and co-founder of Desert Canvas. He’s a blogger and writer for popular sites like the Huffington Post. Among many other things, he is also a motivational speaker for high schools and companies. Todd is an avid rock climber who has climbed 2000+ foot cliffs and a world traveler who has gone to over 35 countries.
Ryan Moor is the founder and CEO of Ryonet, a multi-million dollar online screen-printing equipment and supply company. Currently, Ryonet has over 100 team members and does business all over the world. Ryonet was on the Inc 5,000 list 4 years in a row and was featured on the top 1,000 list for ecommerce internet sites. Ryan himself, was also on the Portland 40 under 40 award.
At 26 years old, Teliah Gienger is a co-owner of Renu Hot Yoga and NUYU Juice Bar. She also owns Systems for Success, an online business course, with her husband Kylon Gienger. Among these many ventures, Te is starting a podcast called “The Balancing Act.” This podcast is for women entrepreneurs who are wives or mothers and are chasing balance in life within these different roles.
Nicholas Bayerle is the host of the How Bad Do I Want It podcast with his wife, Amanda. Together they interview today's top health and business experts such as Michael O'Neal, Joel Brown and Kate Erickson. Along with the podcast, Nicholas owns The True Challenge and has built multiple 6 figure businesses all before the age 24.
Cody Caraway is a partner at Monday Creations- a digital creation agency tailored towards engaging with millennials. Cody is also a huge advocate for the community which has sparked his involvement in Startup Weekend, 100+ Men Who Care, and other areas of his local community.
Amy owns Memory Montage photography with her husband Tavis. Memory Montage is a successful and growing wedding and family photography business. Over the past 8 years of it’s existence, they have covered over 1,000 photography sessions. One of Amy's greatest goals through this business is to tell amazing stories through her lens. She is passionate about God, family, creative expression and adventure.
While still enlisted in the military, Aaron started up Northwest Handyman Services at the age of 19. It began as a crew of four contractors doing handy jobs here and there. Now he has three separate sites throughout Washington and over 40 contractors. Currently, Aaron is 23 and along with his other business, working on a clothing design start-up called Left Top.
Kylan is the owner of the online marketing business, Kapkits. Kylan had been designing and managing websites for over 6 years. After a getting tired of solo freelancing, he started operating as creative director of Kapkits in 2013, where he partners with local creative professionals to provide valuable, well rounded support. Kylan is passionate about bringing simplicity into the scene for small business owners, by utilizing modern online resources.
Michael has started several business ventures including Vampd, Bloom Branding, Michael Fisk Photography and After The Rock. He launched Photoboxx, his newest startup in 2012. Photoboxx built its foundation in the hashtag printing industry, and quickly became a product used internationally by some of the worlds largest brands including Coca-Cola, Harley Davidson, NYX Cosmetics, TGI Fridays, Bai 5, TeenVogue and Acura. This new startup has inspired thousands of fans to engage with their favorite brands on social media and is on track to hit its first million dollars in annual revenue this year.