OZY Genius Award winner Grace Fisher caught a rare disease that paralyzed her from the neck down.
Antonia Ginsberg-Klemmt has designed a carport that protects your car from the elements while also charging it.
Gabriel Saruhashi has developed an app that lets inmates and their loved ones stay in touch for free.
Brandy Merriweather is providing free support for digital creatives who are Black, Indigenous and people of color.
Dyllen Nellis wants every student to have the chance to tell their best story, regardless of income.
Tony Shu is helping young people overcome barriers with the first ever transitional employment program for homeless youth.
Joel Baraka wants to give every student a chance to achieve their dreams.
In the latest installment of the OZY Genius Awards, 10 college students will be selected to receive grants of up to $10,000 to help them pursue their dreams.
OZY Genius Award winner Elise Shea launched a digital language-learning platform that's helping refugees around the world.
Applications for the 2021 OZY Genius Awards are now open — learn more and apply today.
Rohan Pavuluri, an OZY Genius Award winner, helps financially challenged Americans file for bankruptcy (for free).
These 10 college students are receiving up to $10,000 to pursue their genius ideas.
We’re giving 10 bright minds 10K to make passion projects come to life.
OZY Genius Award winner Elise Shea, the founder of Speak to Me, a digital language-learning platform, shares her story.
A longtime investor in digital media, Jarl Mohn shares his thoughts on how to see ideas through to succeed in any field.
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