Charlotte, NC – Harvard girls’s hockey alumnus, Molly Tisenbaum ’17, has been named within the Sports activities Enterprise Journal’s New Voices Underneath 30 class of 2022, as introduced by the publication final Monday. Tisenbaum, a former Crimson goaltender, earned the respect for her work on the Sport Innovation Lab, the place she serves as a Product Director. Sport Innovation Lab is a world sports activities market analysis and advisory agency that helps sports activities organizations perceive who their followers are and the way know-how is altering their habits.
The Sport Innovation Lab was based in 2017 by one other former Harvard girls’s hockey alumnus, Angela Ruggiero ’02-04. Tissenbaum was one in all Ruggiero’s first jobs when he opened a analysis laboratory in Boston.
Tissenbaum was a four-year member of The Landry Household Head Coach for Harvard Girls’s Ice Hockey, Katie StoneSure, Crimson. The Toronto, Ontario native PLA featured in a number of vital video games for Harvard in his senior season, together with in opposition to Princeton (November 11, 2016), the place he made a career-high 50 saves on the crease. Tissenbaum additionally earned the Educational All-Ivy Distinction in 2017 for her work on the ice and within the classroom.