Vinnare av Årets Ledare bland studenter 2014. Max Mohammadhassan Mohammadi

Max har en lång historia av entreprenörskap. Han finansierade sin egen utbildning genom att som 17 åring starta sitt första företag och sälja det med vinst redan efter två år. Idag 12 år senare driver han framgångsrikt projektet EmazingU där han utvecklar ett verktyg inom e-hälsa för att upptäcka sjukdomar så som cancer vid ett tidigare stadie än vad som är möjligt med dagens teknik. För detta projekt vann Max tillsammans med sin bror Allen priset “Best Inventor 2014 i eHealth, Paris, Frankrike. Utöver sitt entreprenörskap så har Max ett stort ledarskap där han framgångsrikt samlar de nyckelkompetenser som krävs för att lyckas med de projekt som han bedriver.  ”Max är en de mest fantastiska talanger jag någonsin träffat. Mötet med honom förändrade mig!”, säger Mari Nilsson på 4potentials.

One of a kind. Truly.

You may meet a lot of inspiring and fascinating people in your life, but not everyone has the privilege of meeting a person that lets you redefine the title of ‘superhero.’  Epithets like ambitious, talented, intelligent and driven don’t do this person justice. With accomplishments that would make any other CEO or innovator jealous – not to mention almost everyone under the age of 30 – this person has succeeded with more in a short time than most of us only dream about achieving in a lifetime.

The most fascinating parts of the story aren’t  the prizes and awards that have been raining down on this person – but the reasons and the purpose behind them. The incredibly humble, altruistic and holistic worldview of our award winner gives people a strong sense that the world will become a better, kinder, more equal and sustainable place to live in the future. ‘Leadership’ is not something this person uses to further their own goals, but something they do for you to succeed with yours.

You quit a job for Apple, you gave up your Phd, you made the head of cancer research at Karolinska institutet leave her job to work for you, all to fulfill your vision of making the world a better place. Despite that you have no knowledge in medicine you created a prototype that can predict breast cancer two years before the average doctor as they work today.

We want to present this award to you not as further evidence that you are brilliant, but as recognition of who you are as a person – and the fact that the world needs more people like you. Thank you!”