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CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Harvard women’s hockey alumna, Molly Tissenbaum ’17, has been named to the Sports Business Journal’s New Voices Under 30 Class of 2022, as announced by the publication this past Monday. Tissenbaum, a former Crimson goaltender, earned the honor because of her work at the Sports Innovation Lab, where she works as a product director. The Sports Innovation Lab is a global sports market research and consulting firm that helps sports organizations understand who their fans are and how technology is changing their behavior.

The Sports Innovation Lab was founded by another Harvard women’s hockey alumna, Angela Ruggiero ’02-04, in 2017. Tissenbaum was one of Ruggiero’s first employees when she opened the research lab in Boston.

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