Greeks are everywhere and that includes Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list, which selects some of the brightest and most successful young people in the world for 2015.
The list includes people from various sectors and fields. This year it included Alexandra Cavoulacos in the Media category.
The 28-year-old woman has a Greek father, while her mother has origins from Belgium and Hungary. She was born and raised in Washington and after the age of 10, she also lived with her parents in New York and Paris. In fact, at some point she even worked at the U.S. Embassy, in Paris.
Alexandra Cavoulacos had the privilege of being included on the prestigious list, after co-founding a company called “The Muse.” The company — which she founded along with Kathryn Minshew and Melissa McCreery — essentially helps thousands of people build their careers and find the right job.
This is not the first time that Cavoulacos, who studied at Yale University, has been at the center of attention. The Business Insider had included her in its “30 Most Important Women Under 30 in Tech” last year, while TIME described her as a “champion” in the field, noting that “The Muse is a must follow for anyone interested in learning the secrets of job searches, productivity and other tricks of the workplace trade.”