The Pacific Standard named E. Glen Weyl ’07, Alisha Holland ’07, Eugene Yi GS ’13, Andrew Kim GS and Nicholas Carnes GS ’11 as members of the Top 30 Thinkers under 30. The criteria for the list were individuals who would make significant impacts on society politically, culturally and socially.
Weyl graduated as the valedictorian of his class with a concentration in economics and is currently a professor at the University of Chicago.
Holland studied at the Wilson School and is currently a graduate student at Harvard University studying comparative politics with a focus on Latin America.
Yi was one of the Wilson School’s Scholars in the Nation’s Service who now works for Twitter’s international division.
Kim is also a SINSI Scholar who worked on East Asian diplomacy at the State Department.
Carnes, who received his doctorate in politics and public policy from the University, is a assistant professor at Duke University and published his dissertation on class politics as a book.