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SBC alumni change the world.

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Anderson Sumarli is the CEO and co-founder of Ajaib, an online investment advisory platform and the fastest growing unicorn startup in Indonesia. In 2021, Ajaib raised $153 million in a Series B funding round with investments from DST Global, Softbank, and Insignia Ventures.

 

Anderson has worked at JP Morgan, IBM, and Boston Consulting Group before joining the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he met Ajaib's other co-founder. Anderson has also been featured on Forbes' "30 under 30" lists for Finance, Venture Capital, and Technology.

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In his junior year at Cornell University, Eddy created a short-term debt-based financial instrument aimed at allowing low-income people to invest in their own community. Eddy was invited to be an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the Center for Social Innovation at the Stanford Graduate School of Business to further develop this research.

 

His research has led to advances in localized, crowdsourced investing—with an emphasis on dynamic repayment structures—for low middle-income Americans in small, BIPOC-owned businesses and has been featured in NPR and The Atlantic.

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Tammie is the co-founder of Revery, a mental wellness startup backed by Sequoia Capital's Surge, GGV Capital, zVentures, Pascal Capital, and more.

After graduating from Cornell, Tammie joined Boston Consulting Group, where she focused on TMT cases. After 3 years at BCG, she joined Sequoia Capital as their first analyst and associate in Southeast Asia, where she covered a broad range of sectors and geographies supporting portfolio companies such as CRED, Qoala, Telio, and Perromart. In her spare time, Tammie plays video games, practices Krav Maga, and co-hosts Jeffersonian dinners.

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Part of SBC's founding cohort, Rahkeem is the current CEO and co-founder of Syrg, an enterprise HR platform that helps hourly workplaces make operations more efficient, compliant, and human. 

After graduating from Cornell, Rahkeem got work experience at General Electric and Google before joining Harvard Business School to complete his MBA in 2018. He started Syrg during this time at HBS.

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Shaibyaa is an ex-Business Analyst at McKinsey & Company and a current MBA candidate at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She is also the founder of Six Feet Closer, an online platform for young women in the workforce.

 

During her time at Cornell, Shaibyaa served as the President of Forte Cornell, the President of Cornell for Nepal, and as Project Manager for Social Business Consulting. She was also a member of Mortar Board Der Hexenkreis Senior Honor Society and the Class of 2018 Convocation Committee.