The top professionals 35 and under, surfaced by LinkedIn data and more. These are the 10 stars changing how government and policy works.

  • Jeff Chen

    Chief data scientist, U.S. Dept. of Commerce

    Data science may be the sexiest job of the 21st century, but Chen acknowledges it's "in it nascent stages...

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  • Tiffany Chu

    Co-founder, Remix

    Remix, the transit-mapping platform co-founded by Chu, allows engineers and city planners to...

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  • Cassandra DeWitt

    Lead data scientist, Detroit Fire Department

    Local governments collect troves of data but it’s only recently that they’ve begun...

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  • Rachel Haot

    Managing director, 1776

    Having previously served as Chief Digital Officer for both the City of New York...

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  • Hudson Hollister

    Founder and executive director, Data Coalition

    When he was unable to reform from within, Hollister left government and got busy...

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  • Derek Khanna

    Associate, Fenwick & West

    At 24, Khanna set a precedent for how everyday Americans can change policy...

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  • Timothy Lowden

    Digital analytics program manager, GSA

    Big Data finds new meaning in the Digital Analytics Program that Lowden, 30, operates within...

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  • Josh Miller

    Director of product, The White House

    Drop out of university, invent, iterate, sell your startup to Facebook...

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  • Haley Van Dyck

    Co-founder, U.S. Digital Service

    Van Dyck first made her mark in the 2008 presidential campaign...

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  • Jase Wilson

    CEO, Neighborly

    Here’s a term that rarely gets entrepreneurs’ blood flowing: Muni bonds. Wilson...

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