Over 260 alumni from over 40 different countries

Draper University transforms its students into heroes who want to change the world. Upon graduating, our heroes go off and do amazing things. Whether it is starting new companies, joining fast-growing startups and well-known companies, going to top business schools, or transforming their existing businesses, our accomplished alums pursue life with gusto and enthusiasm. By joining Draper University, you will be a part of this alumni network that spans the globe.



 

Together, they've created 200+ startups that have raised over $20 million.

They’re funded by some of the most prestigious investors including Marc Andreessen, Tim Draper, and Marc Benioff

 

 

Places you can find our alums working or studying.

 

Featured Change Agents

Surbhi Sarna When Surbhi was 13 she suffered from an ovarian cyst and physicians couldn’t tell whether or not it was cancerous without performing a risky, invasive surgery. It was then that she decided to one day start a company dedicated to women’s health. She is a UC Berkeley trained engineer and was named as one of Forbes 30 under 30.

Surbhi Sarna

When Surbhi was 13 she suffered from an ovarian cyst and physicians couldn’t tell whether or not it was cancerous without performing a risky, invasive surgery. It was then that she decided to one day start a company dedicated to women’s health. She is a UC Berkeley trained engineer and was named as one of Forbes 30 under 30.

Surbhi Sarna

Simon Pickup Simon is an award winning pioneer in the field of hydrogen energy. He has been recognized by the Premier of British Columbia, was named a “Top 20 Under 20” Canadian by Youth In Motion, an “Emerging Innovator” by Ashoka and American Express, and was nominated for Forbes 30 Under 30 for his plan to develop hydrogen vehicle networks.

Simon Pickup

Simon is an award winning pioneer in the field of hydrogen energy. He has been recognized by the Premier of British Columbia, was named a “Top 20 Under 20” Canadian by Youth In Motion, an “Emerging Innovator” by Ashoka and American Express, and was nominated for Forbes 30 Under 30 for his plan to develop hydrogen vehicle networks.

Simon Pickup

Gabe Rotman Gabe founded a web hosting company called SteadCom (sold to eTecc ’10) and an online virtual currency exchange (sold ’04), and is now the Co-Founder and VP of Online Marketing and Product Design at EquityLancer.

Gabe Rotman

Gabe founded a web hosting company called SteadCom (sold to eTecc ’10) and an online virtual currency exchange (sold ’04), and is now the Co-Founder and VP of Online Marketing and Product Design at EquityLancer.

Gabe Rotman

Kendra Wilkins Kendra graduated from the University of Vermont with a degree in management and economics. She is the founder of a microloan program focused on funding small businesses in Kamuli, Uganda and co-founder of the socially-centered peanut butter company, Peanuts4Peanuts.

Kendra Wilkins

Kendra graduated from the University of Vermont with a degree in management and economics. She is the founder of a microloan program focused on funding small businesses in Kamuli, Uganda and co-founder of the socially-centered peanut butter company, Peanuts4Peanuts.

Kendra Wilkins

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Alumni Case Studies

Detailes short stories on their entrepreneurial experience and life at Draper University

 

Malcolm Tyson

Serafin Lion Engel 

David Kram

Erin Brady

Sharon Winter

Mike Juliano

Kevin Longa

Tony Capasso

Michael Lisovetsky

Sequoia Blodgett 

Kaili Kleemeier 

Brian Friedman