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Honor Recognizes Computing Alums’ Positive Impact

The size of the College’s alumni community has more than tripled since 2016. The only thing keeping pace with this exponential growth is the global impact of these alumni across a spectrum of fields and industries.

Representing all those who are “creating a buzz near and far,” three GT Computing alumni are part of the recently announced Georgia Tech Alumni 40 under 40 Class of 2023. They are Musheer Ahmed, Stuart Michelson, and Kyle Woumn. The Georgia Tech Alumni Association announced the new class on July 20.

“It’s a pleasure to see Musheer, Stuart, and Kyle being recognized for their achievements and success with this honor,” said Dean of Computing Charles Isbell, who also holds the John P. Imlay Jr. Chair.

“They are excellent representatives and incredible examples of how our alumni are using their unique talents and know-how to shape and influence their communities, and indeed, the broader world in which we live.”

[DATAVIZ: Explore the Georgia Tech Alumni 40 Under 40 Class of 2023]

  • Ahmed is twice a GT Computing alumnus, earning his Bachelor of Science (BS) in Computer Science (CS) in 2009 and his Ph.D. in 2016. Building on technology he developed as a Ph.D. student, Ahmed is the CEO and founder of Codoxo, a company working to improve healthcare systems.
  • Michelson also holds two Georgia Tech degrees. He received his BS in science, technology, and culture in 2011 and completed his Master of Science in Human-Computer Interaction in 2013. Michelson has been affiliated with the Georgia Tech Research Institute for more than 16 years and currently leads GTRI’s Human Systems Engineering Branch.
  • Woumn earned his undergraduate CS degree in 2016. A 2022 GT Computing Rising Star award winner, Woumn is a vice president with Overflow, a startup company that streamlines philanthropy to boost the bottom line for nonprofit organizations.

A complete listing of the Georgia Tech Alumni 40 Under 40 Class of 2023 is available. The annual recognition program is sponsored by the Georgia Tech Alumni Association. The inaugural class was announced in July 2020.