It’s not just a magazine. It’s a movement.
Under 30 Following the Vision is a magazine and scholarship program. Our mission is to give recognition to individuals 30 years or younger that are following a road of excellence in different arenas of business or entrepreneurship.
Meet The 2014 Finalists
COMPANY: HIgher Family Achievement AGE: 29 http://higherfamilyachievement.org “A world where every family can achieve and every student can succeed.” This is the motto that Nancy Klausner has put to use in creating Higher Family Achievement, Inc. Higher Family Achievement is a federally recognized, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, founded in 2011 by Klausner and seven others. The organization’s
COMPANY: WeCycle Atlanta AGE: 28 http://wecycleatlanta.org Now twenty-eight, Walton rode a bicycle for the first time when he was two-years old. This, he said, was his first experience with freedom. Later on, when he was in third grade, the 1996 Olympics were held in Atlanta. Walton recalls following the torch ceremony on his bike as
COMPANY: Atlanta Cycling Festival AGE: 27 http://atlantacyclingfestival.com Projects like the Atlanta Beltline and other urban redevelopment initiatives ensure that cycling culture will continue to grow as Atlanta becomes a more pedestrian-friendly city. Mayor Kasim Reed has made the Atlanta’s revitalization a top priority, and for Jeffrey Wisard, the timing could not be more perfect. In
COMPANY: Utopian Academy for the Arts AGE: 27 http://utopianacademyforthearts.com Artesius Miller has an impressive track record. He received the prestigious Gates Millennium Scholarship when pursuing his undergraduate degree at Morehouse College. He also spent time as a financial analyst for top banking firms, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase. Still, in all his success, Miller was